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Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
The Registrar’s Office conducts continuous on-line registration and drop/adds, stores and updates student records, receives midterms and final grade reports, records student attendance, issues official and unofficial transcripts, certifies students for graduation, along with other record keeping transactions.
On-going registration allows students to register well in advance of the beginning of each term. New and returning part-time students may register in person, by phone or fax, email or US mail.
WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND
Students notifying the Registrar’s Office of intention to withdraw before the first scheduled class will be entitled to a 100% tuition refund. After this time period, refunds will follow a published schedule, available in the Registrar’s Office in Auburn and in the main office in Fulton.
Financial aid, State Education Department, SUNY and others require the College to provide a variety of information concerning student attendance, including the last day of attendance for students who withdraw from a course.
As a result of failure to report non-attendance or inaccurate attendance records, financial aid funds which may already have been disbursed to students must be returned to the government. In these circumstances, the College must try to collect the funds from the student. Therefore, it is very important that instructors maintain complete and accurate attendance records and respond to Registrar’s Office request for information in a timely fashion.
Students must apply for a degree or certificate the semester before they intend to complete a program of study. Degree/Certificate Survey forms can be obtained from the Registrar’s Office in Auburn, or the main office in Fulton. The form must be completed with an adviser or counselor, and returned to the Registrar’s Office for processing. Students will be notified if their degree requirements are insufficient.
CHANGE OF STATUS
Students must notify the Registrar’s Office in Auburn, or main office in Fulton, of change of name, address, or phone number.
Midterm grades are optional. Grades are due by the date indicated on a memo from the Registrar, and no grades will be processed after that date. Only D and F grades are reported at midterm.
Final grades are due 48 hours after the last class or 48 hours after the final exam is given, without exception.
Academic transcripts must be requested in writing. No fee is required.