Summer Session 2017
Managing Your Account

To manage your account, go to and log in using your New Paltz Computer User ID (NPCUID) as your username along with your password. If you do not know your username or password, please use the "Forgot username/password" link on the or contact the Academic Computing Help Desk at or 845-257-3597.

Click "Money" and then "My Student Account." Visit the Student Accounts / Billing Information page for further information. Students will be alerted via email that their charges are available for viewing on their accounts. Please note that you may elect to split your payments with 50% due May 15th and the remaining balance due June 28th. There is no fee for this payment plan.

To review your class schedule, enter your username and password in Go to "Registration," then to "Class Schedule." Select the term and press "Submit" to see your class schedule.

Add or drop courses in the "Registration" link by going to "Add/Drop Classes." Pick the term and press "Submit." To add a class, enter the CRN (obtained from the schedule of classes), and press "Submit Changes." To drop a course, select "DROP on Web prior to 1st day" or "Drop on Web after 1st day" (depending on whether it is before or after the first day of classes) from the class's Action column and press "Submit Changes." 

To withdraw from an online course students must ask their instructor to email the Office of Records and Registration at with the following information: student name, student ID number, course name and number, semester, and the last date the student participated in the class.

For add/drop, liability, and withdrawal deadlines, see the Academic Calendar. Records and Registration at 845-257-3100 will assist you with add/drop, withdrawals, and general registration problems. 

Non-matriculated students can register for online summer courses by downloading the SUMMER REGISTRATION FORM. Complete, sign, and email the form to, or fax it to 845-257-2899. If you have trouble registering for an online course, telephone 845-257-2904 or email

See the schedule of classes for course descriptions.