Welcome Fredonia Students!
We hope you are ready to start an exciting new year at Fredonia.
The first day of classes is Wednesday, January 21, 2015.
Welcome Letter from the Vice President of Student Affairs,
View/Dowload PDF Welcome Letter of Dr. David E. Herman
Arriving to Campus
New First-Year and Transfers should:
Click Here to Register for Spring Orientation before January 16
View/Download detailed Arrival Instructions here
- If you are living on campus report directly to your Residence Hall between Saturday,
January 17 and Tuesday, January 20. (Earliest entry is 9:00 a.m.)
- If you are not living on campus- report directly to the Williams Center for orientation
on Tuesday, January 20 starting at 9:00 a.m. (Check in begins at 8:30 a.m.)
- If you are unable to make orientation on Tuesday please contact Erin.Mroczka@Fredonia.edu
Returning students should:
- Report directly to your Residence Hall between Saturday, January 17 - Tuesday, January
20. (Earliest entry is 9:00 a.m.)
- If your are living off-campus, please review the Arrival Instructions for important
information about office hours and campus events starting Saturday, January 17.
Welcome Week Events
Get Connected from the Start!
Welcome Week Events for 2015
Additional Helpful Information
Academic Calendar of Information
View the Academic Calendar
Alcohol Wise Online Program
Alcohol Wise is an online alcohol education course that is required of all first-year
students (not transfers) at Fredonia. The course takes approximately one hour to
complete. Log-in instructions have been emailed to each student's Fredonia email
account from Julie Bezek (via 3rd Millennium Classrooms). All first-year students
are required to complete the program prior to September 8th, 2014. Failure to complete the program by that date will result in a ‘hold’ being placed
on the student's account until such time that the Alcohol Wise program is completed.
A hold will prevent you from checking your midterm and final grades, as well as preventing
you from registering for Spring 2015 classes. Please direct questions or concern
to Julie Bezek at Student Counseling Services - Julie.Bezek@fredonia.edu or 716-673-3424.
Brooks Memorial Hospital
529 Central Avenue
Dunkirk, NY 14048
Brooks Memorial Hospital has been providing quality healthcare services to the residents
of Northern Chautauqua County since 1898. Brooks, located in Dunkirk, NY, is a 99-bed,
private, not-for-profit, community hospital. A healthcare team of more than 450 employees
and 87 physicians ensure that area residents receive the best primary acute care available.
Brooks Memorial Hospital is located approximately 2 miles from the Fredonia campus.
Emergency Alert System Students interested in signing up for the Emergency Alert Notification may do so by
signing into your student account in "Your Connection." Once you are logged in, click the Personal Information link from the Main Menu.
The last option on the Personal Information menu is the link for Emergency Alert Contact
Information (NY-ALERT). Please read all the information provided on the web pages
and the system will guide you through the registration process.
"The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974"
View/Download FERPA information
View/Download Notification of Rights Under FERPA for Post Secondary Institutions
Fredonia does not currently require students to have health insurance. It is strongly
advised that insurance be maintained on all students to cover outside medical care
and emergencies. Students should bring an insurance card to school with them. Many
insurance plans limit services to your home area or require diagnostic tests and prescriptions
to be ordered by your primary doctor. It is very important to know how your insurance
works and if referrals are needed.
Information Technology Services (ITS)
A student accident and health insurance program is not available through the University.
If you do not currently carry health insurance, we strongly encourage you to consider
the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). However, all International
students MUST carry health insurance, please contact the International Education Center
(716) 673-3451 for more information.
In keeping with the Fredonia Vision, Information Technology Services (ITS) at Fredonia
strives to serve the electronic information needs of the students, faculty, staff,
administration, and all other Fredonia constituents in their fulfilling of the University's
mission. General Information http://www.fredonia.edu/its/
Technological Assistance www.fredonia.edu/helpdesk
Report a Tech Problem https://fredquest.fredonia.edu/
Know the Policies http://www.fredonia.edu/helpdesk/netpolicy.asp
Student Accounts Office
Located on the 3rd floor of Maytum Hall, Student Accounts is responsible for the collection
and disbursement of funds associated with the financial obligations and entitlements
for students attending Fredonia. The office staff is dedicated to helping you meet
your personal financial responsibilities to Fredonia by providing courteous service
and several payment options. Please stop by, call (716) 673-3236 or email email@example.com with your questions. View Tuition & Fees rate table.
Student Right-To-Know Act
Federal legislation relating to student consumer rights requires all institutions
participating in Federal student assistance programs to compile and publish completion
and graduation rates. The information-gathering requirements are contained in legislation
known as the Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act as amended by the Higher
Education Technical Amendments of 1991. For detailed information regarding the Student
Right-To-Know Act, please visit http://www.fredonia.edu/academicaffairs/InstitutionalResearch/Right-to-Know/.