The Registrar's Office supports the academic mission of the College by providing superior service and support to all future students, current students, alumni, faculty, and staff in the pursuit of academic excellence. - Mission Statement
Spring 2016 Classes Begin
Monday, January 25
Drop/Add and Visiting Student Registration Begins
Monday, January 25 at 8am
Drop/Add and Visiting Student Registration Ends
Friday, January 29 at 4pm
Third Quarter Withdrawal Deadline
Friday, February 12 at 4pm
Fourth Quarter Alternate Registration Begins
Monday, March 7
Third Quarter Classes End
Friday, March 11
Third Quarter Student Teaching Ends
Friday, March 18
Fourth Quarter Classes and Student Teaching Begins
Monday, March 21
Fourth Quarter Alternate Registration Ends
Monday, March 21 at 4pm
Fourth Quarter and Full Term Withdrawal Deadline
Friday, April 15 at 4pm
Online ordering offers benefits over traditional services including online order tracking and status reporting, email or text messaging notifications, address verification and lookup, expedited FedEx Shipping, and 24 hour access to the system. This service is available to all current students and all alumni.
SUNY Cortland offers a series of online, hybrid and blended courses for visiting and matriculated students. All of our online course offerings are published both on the schedule of classes, and Open SUNY.
The Child Abuse and Maltreatment and Neglect (formerly, Child Abuse Identification and Reporting) workshop, the Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (formerly, School Violence Prevention and Intervention) workshop and the Dignity for All Students Act workshops may be enrolled during pre-registration, and the drop and add period using the traditional online myRedDragon registration process.
The SUNY Cortland Registrar's Office is pleased to be able to participate in the SUNY Reverse Transfer Initiative which gives students with a substantial portion of an associate degree completed the ability to transfer credits they have earned at a SUNY four-year institution back to a SUNY community college.
Matriculated students and non-matriculated students must review and complete certain health history and immunization requirements in accord with New York State law and SUNY policy.