J-Term Tuition & Fees

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Tuition & Fees

J-Term 2012

SUNY Fredonia Students may register online beginning October 10, 2011.  Tuition and fees must be paid in full at the time of registration to avoid being dropped from classes. Visiting Students may register for J-Term courses by downloading the Registration Form from this site.  Payment and documentation of college coursework is due with registration. The deadline for online and mail-in J-Term registration is December 2; in-person registration runs from December 5 through December 23.

Registration or Admission Status Information

A. Undergraduate Students wishing to enroll for J-Term courses must meet the prerequisites of the course(s) in which they would like to register and one of the following criteria for eligibility.

  1. SUNY FREDONIA UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS who are eligible to register for Spring Semester 2012 and who are in good academic standing may register for J-Term courses.
  2. FORMER SUNY FREDONIA UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS who were not registered for the Fall Semester 2011 must request readmission.
  3. NEW SUNY FREDONIA FRESHMEN OR TRANSFERS ADMITTED FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER 2012 are eligible to register for J-Term courses and begin matriculation toward their degree. If you have not applied for admission to the University for the Spring Semester 2012 and wish to do so, contact the Office of Admissions, Fenner House, 673-3251. Registrations for J-Term will not be processed until your application for the spring semester has been approved.
  4. NEW CONTINUING EDUCATION AND VISITING STUDENTS who have not attended SUNY Fredonia should contact Lifelong Learning and Special Programs, 2148 Fenton Hall, 716.673.3177 as far in advance of registration as possible.
  5. FORMER CONTINUING EDUCATION STUDENTS who were not registered for the Fall Semester 2011 should contact Lifelong Learning and Special Programs, 2148 Fenton Hall, 716.673.3177 as far in advance of registration as possible.
B. Graduate Students
  1. SUNY FREDONIA STUDENTS WHO COMPLETED AN UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE from SUNY Fredonia should indicate the date the bachelor's degree was awarded.
  2. FORMER SUNY FREDONIA GRADUATE STUDENTS who were enrolled during any of the preceding semesters (Spring 2011, Summer 2011, Fall 2011) are eligible for enrollment and need only to submit the registration form with payment to complete registration.
  3. STUDENTS ALREADY ADMITTED FOR J-TERM also need only to submit the registration form with payment to complete registration.
  4. STUDENTS NOT QUALIFYING UNDER (1) or (2) above must, in addition to the registration form, include a valid transcript copy showing the awarding of a bachelor's degree. This is to be done at the time of registration whether by mail or in person.  REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED UNLESS THIS PROOF OF DEGREE IS SUBMITTED. Former SUNY Fredonia students need not submit proof of degree but must indicate degree and year awarded on the registration form.

Course Request Information

  1. IMPORTANT: Course Reference Number. Indicate the 5-digit course reference number listed in the far left column.
  2. Indicate Subject Code (3 or 4 letters after the 5-digit course reference number).
  3. Course number. For example, ART 115, write "115" in the Course Number Column.
  4. Indicate the section number you are requesting and the credit hours for your course.
  5. If you register by mail, written confirmation of your registration will be mailed to the mailing address you indicate on the registration form.

Course Load

During J-Term, students may enroll for a maximum of 4 credit hours. In order to be considered for an exception, students must submit their request in writing to the Director of Lifelong Learning and Special Programs explaining their individual situations. Approvals/denials will be provided in writing and copies sent to pertinent campus offices before students are eligible to register for additional credit.

Registration Form 

Printer friendly format: Download free Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF Registration Form Registration form, complete payment and documentation (if necessary) should be mailed or faxed to: Lifelong Learning and Special Programs, SUNY Fredonia, 2148 Fenton Hall, Fredonia, NY 14063, fax 716.673.3652. Mail registrations will be accepted according to the dates in the J-Term Calendar.

 

 

Student Status and Tuition

1. Undergraduate students enrolled at SUNY Fredonia or visiting from another institution, use the following per credit hour table:

New York State Resident: Tuition $220.00 + Fees $58.85 =$278.85/credit hour 

Non-NYS Resident: Tuition $597.00 + Fees $58.85 =$655.85/credit hour

2. Graduate degree or permanent certification students (curriculum code begins with 6 or 7) eligible to register at SUNY Fredonia, use the following per credit hour table:

New York State Resident: Tuition $370.00 + Fees $58.85 = $428.85/credit hour

Non-NYS Resident: Tuition $632.00 + Fees $58.85 = $690.85/credit hour

3. Graduate non-degree (non-matriculated) students (Fredonia or Visiting) taking:

A. Undergraduate-level courses (100-400 level):

New York State Resident: Tuition $220.00 + Fees $58.85 =$278.85/credit hour 

Non-NYS Resident: Tuition $597.00 + Fees $58.85 =$655.85/credit hour 

B. Graduate-level courses (500-600 level):

New York State Resident: Tuition $370.00 + Fees $58.85 = $428.85/credit hour

Non-NYS Resident: Tuition $632.00 + Fees $58.85 = $690.85/credit hour

To calculate the "course fee", multiply the number of credit hours for each course by the appropriate "fee per credit hour" (see Tuition and Fee schedule above). Add all course fees to determine the total balance due.

Note: Full-time rates do not apply to J-Term. Tuition is calculated at the part-time per credit hour rate. * RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE by the State University of New York Board of Trustees prior to the start of school.

Fee Payment Information

If you have a question regarding fee payment, please contact the Office of Student Accounts 716.673.3236. According to SUNY policy, no student is allowed to register for future semesters until all tuition, fees and other current financial liabilities have been paid. PAYMENT IN FULL SHOULD BE MADE AT THE OF REGISTRATION - payment in full MUST be made by December 2, 2011 to avoid being dropped from classes. Check or money order for full payment should be made payable to "SUNY FREDONIA." You may not defer payment of amount due.

*Waiver of Tuition:  If you are presenting a valid cooperative teacher Tuition Waiver Certificate in lieu of cash payment toward tuition, attach certificate and payment for balance of tuition and fees. If you have been authorized for other types of waiver of tuition (i.e., Graduate Assistant, Employee, etc.) attach to your registration form an explanatory statement and payment for balance of tuition and fees. Please Note: Tuition waivers may only be applied toward the tuition charge.

In-Person Registration Information: December 5 - December 23, 2011 Registrar's Office, first floor of Reed Library. Payment must be made at time of registration. Graduate students who do not meet the eligibility requirements to register for graduate courses (see Graduate Eligibility section) must bring verification of their baccalaureate degree at the time of registration. A valid undergraduate transcript or photocopy is acceptable verification. REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS FAILING TO MEET THIS REQUIREMENT. Refund Schedule: The College Fee is not refundable after Monday, January 2, 2012. Tuition and Student Services and Programs Fee refunds are based on the day that the Office of the Registrar records the drop. It is the student's obligation to notify the Registrar. Notifying the course instructor is not valid for purposes of tuition refund.   Tuition and Fee refunds are based on the day of the drop (see schedule below). The first week ends on Friday of the week the course begins. If the course begins on Thursday, the second day (Friday) is the end of the first week.
LENGTH-OF-TERM WEEK OF WITHDRAWAL
2 weeks 2nd Day of Classes Remainder 1st Week 2nd Week
100% 20% 0%

FOR ADDITIONAL IN-PERSON REGISTRATION INFORMATION, CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR, First Floor of Reed Library at 716.673.3171, or Lifelong Learning and Special Programs, 716.673.3177.

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