SUNY Cross Registration Agreement is for students cross-registering at a SUNY college and
is for matriculated (declared major), undergraduate-level students and graduate-level students.
SUNY Comprehensive List of College Participants
Very important note about taking courses at a community college as part of SUNY Cross-Registration:
Eligibility Criteria (Undergraduate): Must be a matriculated, undergraduate-level student. There is no minimum number of credit hours a student must be enrolled in at Buffalo State College in order to participate.
Quick Summary (Undergraduate):
Eligibility Criteria (Graduate): Must be matriculated in a graduate degree program or certificate program. There is no minimum number of credit hours a student must be enrolled in at Buffalo State College in order to participate.
Quick Summary (Graduate):
No credit hour limit per semester.
Cross-registration is at a SUNY college.
Credits from host college brought back to home college as credits earned (credit hours count toward program completion and final grade does count in cumulative GPA).
Cross-registration is available at Buffalo State College for the fall and spring semesters and on a limited basis in summer and J-term.
WNY CONSORTIUM UG
Western New York (WNY) Consortium Undergraduate Cross Registration is for students
cross-registering at one of the private colleges listed that participates in the Consortium
agreement and is for full-time, matriculated (declared major), undergraduate-level students
Western New York Consortium Participants:
Western New York Consortium of Registrar's Cross Registration Calendar.
This link offers detailed information about each participating college including their
policy & procedures and deadlines.
Eligibility Criteria: Must be a full-time, matriculated, undergraduate-level student.
Student is cross-registering at one of the private colleges listed above that
participates in the WNY Consortium agreement.Students must abide by the
rules and regulations and deadlines of the college where he/she cross registers.
Student may cross register only for the approved course that is listed on your form.
One course limit per semester (fall and spring).
Students must continue as full time students at their home college during the semester
in which they cross register in order to be eligible to receive credit through the
cross registration program. A student who drops below full time status will forfeit
any credits earned at the host college.
Students may register for undergraduate courses only.
Student may not register for Independent Study.
Credit hours and final grade count toward cumulative average.
There is no cross-registration program during J-Term or Summer, no exceptions.
Final transcript/grade will be forwarded directly to the home college.
*Form available (Western New York Consortium Undergraduate Cross Registration
Request Form) in the lobby at the Registrar's Office, Moot Hall 210.
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