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Winter Session 2015-16 Registration

Registration begins on Nov. 2.

All students are limited to 4 credits in Winter Session. 
Winter Session courses are online and cannot be audited.

If you need a class, and can't get in, e-mail us.

All classes will be held online using Blackboard. For technical information, please visit the Academic Computing website

Current New Paltz students — register online

Online registration through is only for current SUNY New Paltz students. Once you sign onto, 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. You do not need an ARN.

Non-New Paltz students — register by e-mail, mail, or fax

Download the registration form here

Once completed and signed, send your completed and signed registration form:

By email (preferred): Send your scanned form to

Or by mail to:

The Office of Extended Learning
Attention:  Winter Session
State University of New York at New Paltz
500 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561

Or by fax to 845-257-2899

Register in Person

Bring your completed registration form to the Office of Records & Registration, Haggerty Administration Building, Room 19 (basement). Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Winter Intersession hours: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Who can take Winter Session Classes?

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 4 credits in Winter Session.