Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Withdrawing From a Course?

The deadline for withdrawing from courses is fast approaching; Make sure to turn in all of your paperwork by Tuesday, April 15, 4 pm. This is the last opportunity for all students to withdraw from a semester course.

Remember that the withdrawal form requires four signatures – it is important get those signatures in place quickly.

The withdrawal form is available in department offices, the associate dean’s offices and on the web:

Students should be certain to have their fully completed forms in the associate dean’s office by 4 pm on Tuesday, April 15th.
After that date we will no longer accept course withdrawals – no exceptions!

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Registration Reminders!

Registration is right around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about your Fall 2014 schedule!  If you have questions about your CAPP, understanding your degree requirements, or using the course schedule make sure to attend the New Transfer Registration Reminders info session.

Academic advisors from the Advisement and Transition office will be available to answer questions and ease your registration concerns.

New Transfer Registration Reminders Info Session
Wednesday, March 19
4:00 p.m.
Cornish, 1310 (Computer lab)
or 
Thursday, March 20
1:15-2:05
Cornish, 1310

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Happy Spring Break!

Have a safefun, and relaxing spring break!
Spring Break, Monday, March 10-Friday, March 14
Residence halls re-open Sunday, March 16 at 2 pm 
Classes resume Monday, March 17 at 8 am

Friday, February 28, 2014

Mid-Semester Estimates

It's almost half way through the semester! Mid-semester estimates will be available soon for viewing in myRedDragon.

All students should receive estimates on their progress in all courses. The options are:
“S” - Satisfactory
“U” - Unsatisfactory
“F” - Failing
“NR” means “Not Recorded” and typically indicates that your professor did not submit estimates by the deadline. To receive your mid-semester estimates in this case, see your professor directly.
"N" Student never attended the course that was registered for.

Estimates can be helpful in gauging your success so far in the course. If you received a U or F, talk to your professor during his/her office hours about how to improve your grades.  Receiving an S indicates that you currently have a C or higher in your class.  The U indicates C- and below.
Estimates of “S,” however, can also be deceiving since you may not have had enough graded assignments in the class to accurately assign a grade. At this time of year, it is a good habit to personally assess your performance in your classes. If you have concerns in a class, even if you received an “S,” talk to your professor and consider seeking academic help through ASAP on campus.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Welcome New Transfers!

Welcome to SUNY Cortland!

Don't forget to attend Transfer Connect Events!

Transfer Takeoff
Monday, January 20, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Sperry Lobby










Class Finding Tours
Tuesday, January 21, 3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Depart from Old Main Lobby
(Main entrance)








New Transfer Welcome Lunch
Friday, January 24, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Corey Union, Raquette Pizza



Transfer Student Panel
Thursday, January 30, 1:15 - 2:05 p.m.
Old Main, Colloquium (2nd floor)



Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Withdrawing From A Class?


The deadline for withdrawing from courses is fast approaching; this year it is Friday November 15th at 4 pm.  This is the last opportunity for a student to withdraw from a semester (or second quarter) course.

Remember that the withdrawal form requires four signatures – it is important get those signatures in place quickly.

The withdrawal form is available in department offices, the associate dean’s offices and on the web:

Students should be certain to have their fully completed forms in the associate dean’s office by 4 pm on Friday the 15th.
After that date we will no longer accept course withdrawals – no exceptions!

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