Enrollment and Registration: Summer Sessions
Current Fredonia undergraduate and graduate students may register and pay online via Your Connection. Payment of tuition and fees SHOULD be made upon successful registration to avoid being dropped from classes. The last day for May Term, Summer I, and Summer Extended Web registration is May 14; the last day for Summer II Web registration is June 15. After these dates, Summer Sessions registrations will be processed in the Registrar's Office on the first floor of Reed Library.
Visiting undergraduate and graduate students (students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at another institution) must first fill out the Summer Sessions Registration Form, mail, e-mail, or fax it to Extended Learning with documentation of college coursework (advisor's or registrar's signature or current transcript), and then make full payment. Please make note of any course prerequisites when reviewing the Summer Sessions schedule under Course Information. You must provide evidence of having completed them. To view course equivalents, please visit Fredonia's Course Equivalencies page. Once the form is processed, you will be sent a copy of your schedule confirming the registration. Class spaces will be assigned according to the date of receipt of the Registration Form. After May 14 (for May Term, Summer I, and Summer Extended) and June 15 (for Summer II), please call Extended Learning directly at 716-673-3177.
Undergraduate and Graduate students not currently enrolled in a college program must submit an Application for Continuing Education Credit Study and should contact Extended Learning well in advance of registration.
In accordance with SUNY policy, no student is allowed to register for future semesters until all tuition, fees, and other current financial liabilities have been paid.
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
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Undergraduate student summer course loads are generally limited to 9 semester hours per session. Undergraduate students desiring to take more than 9 semester credit hours of work in any one session must obtain prior approval in writing from the Director of Extended Learning.
Graduate student summer course loads are limited to 6 credit hours per session. Graduate students who wish to take more than 6 credit hours must submit a Permission to Waive Credit Hour Limit form to Extended Learning. You must obtain the signature of your department chair and (if applicable) the Dean of the College of Education before submitting the form.
All students enrolling in May Term courses are limited to 4 semester hours during May Term.
A. Undergraduate Students wishing to enroll for summer courses must meet the prerequisites of the course(s) in which they would like to register and one of the following criteria for eligibility.
- FREDONIA UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS who are eligible to register for Fall Semester 2020 and who are in good academic standing may register for summer courses.
- FORMER FREDONIA UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS who were not registered for Spring Semester 2020 must apply for readmission/reinstatement well in advance of registering. Registrations will not be processed until this requirement is met.
- NEW FALL SEMESTER 2020 FREDONIA FRESHMEN OR TRANSFERS WHO WANT TO REGISTER VIA THE WEB MUST PAY THEIR ADMISSIONS DEPOSIT by May 1 (Freshmen) or June 1 (Transfers), and should contact the Registrar's Office at 716-673-3171. After those dates, new students should submit the Summer Sessions Registration Form by the deadlines specified in the calendar. If you wish to apply for admission to the College for Fall Semester 2020, please contact the Office of Admissions, Maytum Hall, 6th floor, 716-673-3251. Registrations for Summer Sessions will not be processed until your application for Fall Semester has been approved and you have submitted your admission deposit.
- NEW CONTINUING EDUCATION AND VISITING STUDENTS who have not attended The State University of New York at Fredonia should contact Extended Learning, 2146 Fenton Hall, 716-673-3177 as well in advance of registration as possible.
- FORMER CONTINUING EDUCATION STUDENTS who have not registered since the Spring Semester 2020 should contact Extended Learning, 2146 Fenton Hall, 716-673-3177 as well in advance of registration as possible.
Students who wish to register for graduate courses must meet one of the following conditions for eligibility:
- Current Fredonia graduate students: If you are actively enrolled (i.e. you took courses in Spring 2020) in a graduate program, you are automatically eligible and may register and pay online via Your Connection.
- New Fredonia graduate students in a degree program: If you have been accepted for the Summer 2020 you are automatically eligible and may register and pay online via Your Connection. If you have been admitted for Fall 2020 and want to take coursework in Summer 2020, please contact the Graduate Studies Office at 716-673-3808 for online registration activation.
- Professional/Personal development:If you wish to participate in graduate coursework for professional or personal development, and have earned a master's degree from The State University of New York at Fredonia or another institution, you must first fill out the Summer Sessions Registration Form and then mail or fax it to Extended Learning with documentation of college coursework (adviser's or registrar's signature or current transcript) and make full payment.
- Visiting graduate students:If you have been accepted or currently attend another graduate school, you must first fill out the Summer Sessions Registration Form and then mail or fax it to Extended Learning with documentation of college coursework (adviser's or Registrar's signature or current transcript) and make full payment.
- Prospective graduate degree students: If you have completed an undergraduate degree and wish to take graduate coursework, you must submit a full graduate application (see application procedures here). Applications are available online or in the Graduate Office, Maytum Hall, 6th floor, 716-673-3808. The deadline for completed applications is April 1, 2020, but late applications will be accepted. A late fee applies. Please call the Graduate Studies Office directly at 716-673-3808 to discuss your options with an admissions specialist.
If you do not meet any of the categories listed above, please contact the Graduate Studies Office at 716-673-3808 or Graduate.Studies@fredonia.edu for further instructions. Please note that you may be required to submit application materials such as a statement of intent, current resume, and transcript before becoming eligible for registration. Please visit the website for more details.
- Indicate the specific summer session (MT - May Term; SE - Summer Extended; S1 - Summer I; S2 - Summer II) for each.
- IMPORTANT: Course Reference Number (CRN). Indicate the 5-digit course reference number listed in the far left column.
- Indicate Subject Code (3 or 4 letters after the 5-digit course reference number - ARTH, EDU, BUAD, etc.).
- Course Number. (e.g. ARTH 290 - write "290" in the Course Number Column.)
- Indicate the section number you are requesting (01, 02, etc.) and the credit hours for each course (1.0, 2.0, 3.0, etc.).
- If you register by mail, written confirmation of your registration will be mailed to the mailing address you indicate on the registration form.
Degree and Certification Applications for August 2020 graduation must be completed by Friday, June 12, 2020. Appropriate forms are available in the Registrar's Office, first floor of Reed Library.
*Mail-in or in-person registration: PDF Printable Form. The registration form, complete payment and documentation (if necessary) should be mailed to:
2146 Fenton Hall
Fredonia, NY 14063
*Note: Mail registrations will be accepted according to the dates in the summer calendar.
**Also Note: As of the first day of any Summer Session, students who wish to add a course must first obtain the instructor's permission via email (and copy Extended Learning) or via hard copy Course Drops and Adds slip.