SUNY NEW PALTZ STUDENTS: REGISTER ONLINE
Web registration is only for current SUNY New Paltz students. Sign into my.newpaltz.edu, click on the "Students" tab, and then "Registration." Click on "Add/Drop," select a term, and press "Submit." Enter one or more CRNs (obtained from the Schedule of Classes) and press "Submit Changes."

 NON-MATRICULATED UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: REGISTER BY EMAIL/FAX/MAIL

If you are not a SUNY New Paltz student, please download the Non-Matriculated Student Course Registration Form. Submit your form to Records and Registration via:

Email: recreg@newpaltz.edu  (send signed and scanned forms to this email)

Fax: 845-257-3103

Mail:
Office of Records and Registration
State University of New York at New Paltz
500 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561-2439

In Person: Wooster Hall, Room 115


ELIGIBILITY FOR SUMMER SESSION CLASSES

Summer Session courses are open to all students, matriculated or non-matriculated, who meet the course prerequisites listed with the CRN numbers in the Schedule of Classes. Click the CRN number to examine information about the class. There is no admission process for visiting students.

High school students may, with the recommendation of their guidance counselor, register for courses appropriate to their abilities.

 

COURSE WORKLOAD FOR SUMMER SESSION
There is a 12-credit limit for the summer. Permission to exceed these limits is normally granted only in cases where a student has a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA and is within a semester of graduation.

Online Classes Only: If you are not a SUNY New Paltz student and are registering for an online class, you may register with the Office of Records and Registration (see information above) OR you may submit your completed and signed registration form to the Office of Extended Learning at summer@newpaltz.edu (send signed and scanned forms to this email).

 

NON-MATRICULATED GRADUATE STUDENTS: REGISTER BY EMAIL/FAX
Non-matriculated graduate students must submit a Non-Degree Student Application to the Graduate School to register for classes. To learn more about non-matriculated graduate students, visit the Graduate School / Non-Degree Students page or call Alana Matuszewski at 845-257-3285. Send the completed application form to Alana Matuszewski via:

Email: matuszea@newpaltz.edu

Fax: 845-257-3284

 

AUDITING A CLASS
Some academic courses may be audited. Registered students, staff, and alumnus of SUNY New Paltz, as well as persons over 60 years of age may audit courses without paying a registration fee. All others will be charged a non-refundable registration fee of $50. To audit a course, students must complete a Course Audit Form from Records and Registration and obtain the required signatures of the department chair, course instructor, and Academic Computing staff member. Auditors may not take examinations or receive a grade for the course. Online courses cannot be audited.

 

NYS PUBLIC HEALTH LAW REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS
Students taking 6 or more credits per semester must fulfill New York State Public Health Law Requirements. Students who NEVER come to campus because they are taking online courses from home are exempt from NYS Public Health Law regarding post-secondary school immunizations.

Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)
New York State Public Health Law requires that students born after Jan. 1, 1957, submit proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella prior to registration. Download the Immunization Form and complete it. For more information, visit the Student Health Service / Immunization page or call 845-257-3415.

Meningococcal
New York State Public Health Law requires that all students attending college in NY state be offered a meningococcal vaccine. If they do not receive the vaccination, they must submit a Meningitis Vaccination Response Form. For more information, visit the Student Health Service / Immunization page or call 845-257-3415.

 

NEW PALTZ REQUIRED TUBERCULOSIS SCREENING POLICY
Students should complete the Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire to determine if they are required to take a Tuberculin Skin Test.