Next Steps for Accepted Students

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Congratulations on your acceptance to SUNY Morrisville!

As you prepare to enter this exciting new phase of your life, you’re probably asking, “What do I do next?!”  

We are here to help you answer those questions! After receiving your acceptance letter and financial aid package, we suggest you submit your deposit to secure your spot as a Mustang for the upcoming semester. We require a $200 enrollment deposit, $100 guaranteeing your place in your chosen academic program and $100 to reserve your space in the residence halls. Deposits can be submitted by logging into your Web for Students account.

Once you’ve paid the deposit and logged into Web for Students, there are a few things you can do to better prepare for your transition to SUNY Morrisville. After submitting your deposit, be sure to check your email address regularly, as this will become the primary method of communication used by a variety of campus offices. We look forward to assisting you with a smooth transition to SUNY Morrisville!

So now what?

1. Log into our student portal, Web for Students

Log into Web for Students using your Morrisville user (ID) and PIN. What do I do if I don’t have my PIN?  If you need assistance accessing your Morrisville user ID or PIN, please contact the Admissions Office at 315.684.6046. If your PIN becomes disabled, please call the Registrar's Office at 315.684.6066 so that it can be reset.

Web for Students is a great resource to get to know, as it provides you online access to your academic records, course schedules, financial aid and billing information, and housing and meal plan options.

2. Visit SUNY Morrisville during one of our Registration Days 

Come see everything Morrisville has to offer during one of our Registration Days, where you can:

  • Meet faculty and fellow classmates
  • Tour the campus and academic facilities
  • Speak with various campus offices
  • Taste a variety of dining options

Additionally, deposited students will be able to:

  • Take their student ID photo
  • Receive their fall course schedule

 You can register for a Registration Day through the Web for Students portal.

3. Watch and Learn! 

See all that SUNY Morrisville has to offer by taking a virtual tour of our beautiful campus! Be sure to also visit our YouTube channel to learn more about our programs, view housing options, hear from alumni and discover a 360° Experience of our facilities.

Other Important Info for Accepted Students


If you wish to receive federal loans or grant money, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form and renew it every year. 

For New York State residents, a TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) application can be completed at Higher Education Services Corporation to determine eligibility for New York State grant money. A wide variety of scholarships, awards, and other forms of assistance are available at SUNY Morrisville. For more information, please contact the SUNY Morrisville Financial Aid Office.


The Math Placement Test is an online, 60-question multiple-choice test designed to be completed in one sitting, and takes approximately two hours to complete. Please note that math placement is not determined solely by this test. The faculty of Morrisville’s Department of Mathematics will review all relevant academic materials to determine your final class placement. 

The placement test score is needed before your schedule can be made. If you require testing accommodations, please contact your SUNY Morrisville Admissions Advisor to make individual arrangements. You must pay your admissions deposit to access the exam. 

more information on the Math Placement Test


Students planning to live on campus must complete a housing application prior to being placed in housing. Housing applications for fall 2019 will be available starting March 1, 2019, you can access the application through your Web for Students checklist. * SUNY Morrisville email must be activated prior to submitting housing application.

The last day to submit a roommate request form is June 24, 2019. Housing assignments will go out starting the first week in July.

* Please note: housing preference and roommate assignments are based on deposit date and space availability. Please contact the Office of Residence Life at with questions.  


As an incoming freshman, transfer or readmission student, your school office will build your course schedule for you. Each subsequent semester, you will be responsible for meeting with your faculty advisor to formulate your own schedule.


The SUNY Morrisville Campus Store allows you to view all textbooks required for your courses. Students have the option of preordering their textbooks at the beginning of each semester.

IMMUNIZATION RECORDS and Health Insurance Waiver

Immunization records must be submitted to the SUNY Morrisville Student Health Center. You must provide proof of two MMR vaccines (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) and proof of the Meningitis vaccine or Meningitis waiver. You will not be able to register or access your class schedule until you are in compliance with these immunization requirements.

If you are covered under a family or individual medical insurance plan, you can submit the hospital insurance waiver form on your Web for Students account to have that charge removed from your semester bill.

All students are required to have medical insurance. If you are not covered under a family plan, the college’s Business Office can help you choose a health insurance plan.

Required Medical Forms


Directly following high school graduation, you must submit your official final high school transcript verifying high school graduation, or the equivalent, to the SUNY Morrisville Admissions Office. Please note that the transcript must include a date of high school graduation.

Failure to submit official final high school transcripts by the first day of classes may impact your receipt of federal and state financial assistance. Additional implications may include housing status and meal plan access.

If you have questions concerning official final high school transcripts, please contact the Admissions Office at 315.684.6046 or