Registration begins on Nov. 2.
All students are limited to 8 credits in Winter Session.
Online registration through my.newpaltz.edu is only for current SUNY New Paltz students. Once you sign onto my.newpaltz.edu, click on the "Student Services" tab and look for the "Registration" link towards the bottom of the page. Click the "Add/Drop Classes" link and select the course for which you would like to register.
Download the COURSE REGISTRATION (non-matriculated students only) form from the Records & Registration / Forms web page. Send your completed and signed registration form to us via email, mail, or in person.
Office of Records & Registration
SUNY New Paltz
500 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561
In Person: Bring your completed registration form to the Office of Records & Registration, Wooster Hall, Room 115. Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Winter Session hours: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Download, sign, and submit the Non-Degree Student Application form under the Registration heading of the Graduate School / Non-Degree Students web page. Send the form to Alana Matuszewski by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at 845-257-3284. A non-degree record will be created and your registration will be sent to Records and Registration. You will receive an email when registration is complete.
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." In addition, students withdrawing from an online course must ask their instructor to email the Office of Records and Registration at email@example.com with the following information: student name, student ID number, course name and number, semester, and the last date the student participated in the class.
Winter Session courses are open to all students, matriculated or non-matriculated, who meet the course prerequisites listed in the Schedule of Classes. Click on the CRN number or course title to see the course description, prerequisites, etc. There is no admission process for visiting students. Select classes are open to high school students, with written approval from the high school guidance office.
Because of the workload required in a three-week class, students can only take 8 credits in Winter Session.