Scheduling for Spring 2021 is now available. Scheduling (also referred to as registration) typically begins in late October of the fall semester and late March of the spring semester.
Any obligations (holds) to the college must be satisfied before a student can select courses for the upcoming semester.
Returning students must meet with their faculty advisor to receive their alternate PIN number and create a schedule for the upcoming semester. Incoming freshmen will have their first semester schedule created by the Office of Campuswide Advising and incoming transfer students will have their first semester schedule created by their school office.
The resources below will assist you with scheduling.
Students will have access to online registration according to the following schedule.
Online Scheduling for Spring and Summer 2021
|TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS||ACCESS TO ONLINE SCHEDULER BEGINS AT 7:30AM|
Friday, November 6
90+ credit hours
Monday, November 9
60+ credit hours
Wednesday, November 11
45+ credit hours
Friday, November 13
30+ credit hours
Monday, November 16
Wednesday, November 18
Web for Students
Web for Students is a portal that allows you access to your important student records.
- View your class schedule
- Schedule classes
- Get your username and password for email and network access
- Check your grades
- Review your financial aid status
- Select your meal plan
- Indicate your housing preferences
- See if you have any holds
- Enroll in a Payment Plan or Pay Your Bill Online
DegreeWorks is a web-based tool designed to help students and advisers monitor progress toward degree completion. DegreeWorks uses degree requirements from the college catalog and reorganizes the student’s transcript to produce an easy-to-read audit.
The audit is divided into blocks to show all of the necessary requirements and how courses taken or in-progress count toward those requirements. Each block contains checkboxes to easily identify what courses and requirements are complete, in progress, or still outstanding.
DegreeWorks can be used as part of advising sessions to determine course selections (in conjunction with the courses offered for the term) and review graduation requirements.
How do I access DegreeWorks?
From Web for Students, click on the DegreeWorks (degree audit) link on the student information and financial aid tab to go to the login page. Log in using your regular Morrisville credentials.
Schedulizer is a tool that allows you to select courses, build a schedule and view options available in a convenient Week at a Glance format.
Prior to reviewing classes and building a schedule, it will be important to know how to identify the various course format (see below for details on the current delivery modes available at SUNY Morrisville). This video will help you identify the various delivery modes.
Delivery Mode Definitions
During Fall 2020 and Spring 2021, SUNY Morrisville will recognize the following six teaching modalities. Details, including definitions, when/where descriptions, instructional considerations, contingency planning and COVID-19 considerations, follow this modality matrix.
Additional details are available on the Distance Education Definitions page.
|Face to Face||Yes (face to face)||
Traditional format, in-person course.
|Hybrid||Yes (both face to face and web-based)||Consists of both face to face and online elements. The percentage of face to face time vs. online time can vary as appropriate to the course needs Face to face sessions will include interaction; cannot be used solely for exams.|
|Hybrid - Rotation||Yes (both face to face and web-based)||Instructor will develop a rotation model with students to ensure physical distancing is met in a classroom. Simultaneous instruction to students in seated class and online can occur. Students should be prepared to utilize instructional technology, such as Blackboard or Microsoft Teams.|
|HyFlex||Yes (web-based and face to face classroom)||Simultaneous instruction to students in face to face class and online. Students should be prepared to utilize instructional technology, such as Blackboard or Microsoft Teams.
|Online Asynchronous||No||All elements of the course are conducted online No physical presence on campus is required. No synchronous activities are required. Any synchronous sessions must be optional and/or recorded and available for asynchronous review. Students should be prepared to utilize instructional technology, such as Blackboard or Microsoft Teams.|
|Online Synchronous||Yes (web-based)||Synchronous elements are online rather than seated No physical presence on campus is required. The percentage of synchronous time vs. asynchronous time can vary as appropriate to the course needs.|
The SUNY Morrisville College Catalog describes our academic programs, including associate and bachelor's degrees, certificates and minors, and the criteria for completing them when starting in the indicated academic year. Along with a list of classes offered, the publication also provides a summary of student services, academic requirements and procedures, and other planning information.
Adding or Dropping Classes
A student may add or drop courses during the first four class days of each semester without prejudice.
- All NEW students must have course additions and deletions approved by their school offices.
- Continuing students can add or delete courses using their web for students accounts.
After the fourth day of classes, a course drop/add form must be obtained from the school office and all requirements stipulated thereon must be met in order for a course to be officially dropped or added. Changes after the fourth day of classes may be subject to a fee.
Once a course has been formally dropped, the student transcript will show a grade of "X," signifying that the student dropped the course. "X" grades are not included in grade point average calculations.
Dropping a course may exclude a student from being placed on the dean's or president's list. Please check with your school office.
If dropping a course will take you below 12 credits, please speak to the financial aid office before taking steps to drop the course. This could affect aid eligibility and cause a decrease in the amount of aid you receive.
SUNY Morrisville supports students who wish to cross-register for a course at another SUNY College.
Cross registration is primarily intended to resolve scheduling conflicts for required courses that would delay timely program completion. By providing access to required courses at other SUNY campuses, cross registration allows students to complete requirements in situations where a course or courses are unavailable at their home campus.
Home Institution = the institution where you are matriculated.
Host Institution = the institution you are seeking to take additional courses with.
- Students must be in good academic standing and be registered for at least half of the credits at their home institution (e.g. enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours at Morrisville) to cross-register.
- Only courses that will transfer into your program will be approved. Credit courses must be applicable toward the student’s degree at SUNY Morrisville as a required or elective course for their primary degree or certificate.
- SUNY cross-registration is offered only for fall, spring and summer semesters. Winter courses are not included.
- Credits earned through cross-registration are recorded on the SUNY Morrisville transcript as a transfer course.
- Cross-registered courses do not count towards residency course requirements for graduation.
- You must have the approval of the Home and the Host institution. You are responsible for ensuring that the courses meet the requirements of your degree.
- Please be advised that even if you have the permission of the instructor or have satisfied the pre-requisites necessary for enrollment at the Host institution, you still need to fill out the Online SUNY cross-registration form in order to be considered to be officially cross-registered on the course.
- Registration deadlines vary by college. Students are responsible for contacting the host institution for registration related dates and deadlines.
- If you are not enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit hours applicable to your degree (combined enrollment between your Home and Host institution) by the date in which you incur full liability, you may be disqualified for certain aid programs (e.g. TAP, Excelsior Scholarship, etc.).
- If you drop a course and your combined load is less than 12 credit hours, then you may be liable as the Financial Aid may have to be adjusted.
- Student’s submission of the cross-registration form through the secured online form will allow both institutions to communicate to coordinate the cross-registration process. Please have all the information about the course you intend to cross-register (course number, course title, credit hours, etc.) prior to submitting the form.
- Any immunizations requirements by the Host institutions are the responsibility of the student.
- Students seeking to register at a Community College must also comply with the Certificate of Residency requirement for the Host College.
- Cross-registering for a course is the responsibility of the student. Once you submit your online cross-registration form, you must check your email for communications from the Home and the Host institutions.
- Students must adhere to the Host institution academic policies and procedures like dropping a course, adding a course, withdrawing from the Host institution, attendance, grades, etc. All students taking a course at another SUNY college must abide by all appropriate regulations, honor systems, parking regulations and the like at the host institution.