Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. on April 13, 2015.
Web registration is only for current SUNY New Paltz students when they login to my.newpaltz.edu. Once you sign onto to my.newpaltz.edu, the system automatically associates your New Paltz ID and pin so that you can web register within my.newpaltz.edu. Click on the Student Services tab, and the web registration box will be located towards the bottom of the page. Click the "Add/Drop" link and select the courses for which you would like to register. You do not need an ARN from your advisor.
REGISTER BY MAIL/FAX/EMAIL
Send your completed and signed registration form to:
Records and Registration Office
State University of New York at New Paltz
500 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561-2439
REGISTER IN PERSON
Bring your completed registration form to the Office of Records and Registration in HAB, room 19. Office hours:
Prior to May 19: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
May 19 - August 15: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
MENINGITIS INFORMATION RESPONSE FORM
New York State Public Health Law requires that all college and university students enrolling here for the first time for at least six (6) semester hours or the equivalent per semester complete and return a Meningitis Information Response Form. For more information, contact the Student Health Service at 845-257-3400.
MMR PROOF OF IMMUNIZATION FORM
New York State Public Health Law requires that certain students file a Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) Proof of Immunization Form with the College prior to registration. If you are a new student here, were born on or after Jan. 1, 1957 and are taking 6 or more credits in one of the summer Parts of Term, you must file an MMR form with the College. Download the MMR form here. For more information, contact the Student Health Service, 845-257-3400.
WHO CAN TAKE 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 on the CRN number and all information on the class will come up. There is no admission process for visiting students.
Pre-college aged students may, with the recommendation of their guidance counselor, register for courses appropriate to their abilities.
SUMMER SEMESTER WORKLOAD A student's semester workload is the combined total of the academic credits and registration units for which he/she is registered.
There is a 12-credit limit for matriculated graduate students.
Both matriculated and non-matriculated undergraduate students are allowed to register for up to two courses per summer session. Students may add a third course to their registration providing it is an on-line course. Students are limited to a maximum of three on-line courses during the summer. There is a 12-credit limit for the entire summer. Permission to exceed these limits is rarely granted and normally only in cases where a students has a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA and is within a semester of graduation.
AUDITING A CLASS
Some academic courses may be audited. Registered students at the State University of New York at New Paltz, faculty and staff of New Paltz, persons over 60 years of age and Alumnus of SUNY New Paltz may audit courses without paying a registration fee. For all others, a non-refundable registration fee of $50 will be charged. Persons who would like to audit a course must obtain an Audit Form from Records and Registration. The completed form must have the signatures of:
- The chair of the department offering the course
- The course instructor
- Linda Smith, head of Blackboard Technology at New Paltz (CH-H113B)
Forms must be submitted to Records and Registration with the proper signatures and proof of payment of fee.
The audit privilege permits the auditor to attend a course, providing there is room in the course and the necessary approvals have been granted, and to do assignments, but it does not permit the auditor to take examinations in the course or to have his or her work evaluated in any other way. The auditor receives no grade for the course, nor is any record of course attendance kept in Records and Registration. Students may not change their enrollment status from audit to credit, or from credit to audit.
Audit privileges are not ordinarily available in studio, laboratory, performance courses, or courses where class participation of students is of major importance, nor are they available in credit-free courses offered by the institution or in any foreign student program or course. Online courses cannot be audited.