Dear Parents and Family Members:
Dear Parents and Family Members:
SUNY Cortland is excited to have our students back and taking classes. It's been a crazy few years but we are happy to see everyone back on campus. We encourage our students to continue following the COVID guidelines and protocols as well as continue participating in testing. There have been a few changes to our policies so please visit our COVID-19 safety information website.
If you have any suggestions/comments regarding the Family page, or to subscribe or unsubscribe from the parent/family email list, please email Student Affairs.
Keep in touch with your student by sending a package from home and we’ll be sure your student receives it promptly.
Check schedules for the weekend and break buses so your student can make arrangements to travel home and return to campus. For other transportation needs within and to/from Cortland, visit the Way 2 Go Cortland site.
Your student’s success stems from the care, concern and support you and your family provide, as well as what we offer at SUNY Cortland.
Our campus benefits include everything from that all-important Internet and email connection to an enjoyable and safe residence life, a variety of social and recreational activities, health and wellness resources, academic support and career services.
You can count on SUNY Cortland’s dedicated faculty and staff members to help your student succeed.
Sept. 27, 2022
A limited number of tickets remain on sale for the Nov. 12 game.
Sept. 5, 2022
Activities and accessibility are among the area’s highlights.
Aug. 29, 2022
The university expects 1,384 first-year students, the most in the more than three decades first-year attendance has been tracked.
Aug. 22, 2022
Road work continues to close a portion of Route 13/Clinton Avenue, a commonly used route to campus.
For many students, SUNY Cortland is a gateway to educational opportunities and professional success that otherwise might have been out of reach. We invite you to contribute to our mission by taking advantage of the many opportunities for giving.
Supporting your student’s education, especially at a college located in a different country and culture, can be exciting and concerning. You can rest assured that SUNY Cortland faculty members, staff, students and programs are focused on your student’s well-being. Visit our International Students and Scholars page to learn more about helping your student prepare for a successful experience.
Every student comes to college with a distinct set of talents, experiences and goals. There are some shared experiences among students, but your student’s experience will be a unique journey. Because you are important to your student’s success, we see you as a part of the SUNY Cortland community and welcome you along with your student.
New students are assigned to academic advisors from their major department early in the fall semester. For students who are undecided about what they eventually will choose for a major, the College has a Pre-Major Program with special advisement. Advisors for the Pre-Major Program are assigned through Advisement and Transition. Students can view their academic advisor (name and contact information) through myRedDragon.
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