Fredonia Students and Visiting Students register for J-Term 2015 through different
procedures. Please read the instructions below and pay particular attention to the
- Dec 5
Web Registration: Fredonia students eligible to register for Spring 2015 are automatically
eligible to participate in Web registration for J-Term. Web registration and Web
payments can be made through Your Connection. Payment of tuition and fees SHOULD be made upon successful registration to avoid
being dropped from classes. Web registration closes on December 5.
Mail-in Registration: Visiting students may register by mail by first visiting fredonia.edu/jterm
and downloading the Registration Form. Mail-in registrations must include complete payment and documentation of college
coursework (advisor's or registrar's signature). After December 5, please contact
Lifelong Learning and Special Programs at 716.673.3177 or email@example.com.
Tuition and fees must be PAID IN FULL to avoid being dropped from classes.
|Dec 8 - Jan 2
||In-Person Registration. Please visit the Registrar's Office on the first floor of
Reed Library. Payment must be made at the time of registration. If you are unable to register on campus, please call Lifelong Learning and Special
Programs at 716.673.3177. Also note that campus offices will be closed for Holiday Break Campus Shutdown beginning
at the close of business on Tuesday, December 23, 2014 and will reopen on Monday,
January 5, 2015.
||Course cancellations (if necessary) will be announced.
||First day of J-Term Online classes.
||Students enrolled in J-Term may move into campus housing after 12 p.m.
||First day of J-Term On-campus classes.
||Drop deadline and last day to apply for Pass/Fail option.
||Final day to withdraw from courses.
||Degree application deadline for J-Term degree conferral. Please note: All course
work MUST be completed no later than January 21, 2015 to qualify for J-Term graduation.
||Final exams and last day of classes.
||Final exams and last day of classes in the event of a snow day.
The State University of New York at Fredonia reserves the right to cancel any course
for which the enrollment is deemed insufficient or for other administrative reasons.
The University also reserves the right to change faculty assignments and therefore
cannot guarantee students the faculty of their choice. For additional in-person registration
information, contact the Registrar's Office, first floor of Reed Library, at 716.673.3171, or Lifelong Learning and Special Programs, 2146 Fenton Hall, at 716.673.3177.