State University of New York at Fredonia Student cross registration

Fredonia students seeking cross registration at another SUNY institution.

Note: Cross registered coursework taken at another institution is transfer work. Only the credits will be transferred back to your Fredonia record. Grades will not be calculated into your Fredonia grade point average.

Procedure:

  1. Complete the Transfer Credit Approval Form and obtain approval signatures of your department Chairperson and the Registrar’s Office.
  2. If the transfer credit approval is granted, complete the online cross registration application at www.suny.edu/crossregister .  Notifications of approval, denials and other communication will take place via the online application process.

Criteria and applicable situations for cross registration during the Fall or Spring semesters:

  • Students must be registered for at least 6 credit hours at Fredonia.
  • No more than six credit hours of cross registered coursework are allowed per semester.
  • All applications for cross registration must be received before the first day of classes for a given semester.
  • Courses must meet a specific degree requirement (non-elective) AND
  • Courses are not available or are necessary to resolve a schedule conflict that would otherwise create a delay in degree completion OR
  • Courses are being sought for greater efficiency of resources (faculty, facilities, etc) OR
  • Courses must be unique experiences not offered at Fredonia (subject to additional approval)
  • Restricted Courses: Internships, Independent Studies or Capstone Courses. The institution reserves the right to restrict other courses as necessary.
  • Students must check for any additional restrictions with the visiting institution

Criteria and applicable situations for cross registration during the Summer or J-term (winter) sessions:

  • Cross registration is not available for the J-term (winter) session.
  • Summer cross registration is reserved for those students who will be utilizing financial aid for tuition and fee payments.
  • Restricted Courses: Internships, Independent Studies or Capstone Courses. The institution reserves the right to restrict other courses as necessary.

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