How to Register

Current Oneonta Students

If you are a current SUNY Oneonta student, you can register for summer classes through myOneonta just as you would for spring or fall semester courses.
Registration begins MARCH 1, 2022.

See what courses will be offered

You are allowed to take up to 12 credits total for the summer, and a maximum of 6 credits in either session I or II. If you are registering for more than 6 semester hours per session, you will need to complete the  course overload section of the add/drop form and have it signed by your major Department Chair. If your GPA is below a 3.0, you will also need to obtain the signature of your school’s dean. Return the form to the Registrar's Office, 130 Netzer, before the first day of summer classes.

If you are on a leave of absence for the spring semester, you won't receive a time ticket to register. Please call the Registrar's Office at 607-436-2531 so that we can issue you a time ticket to register.

Non-degree students

 Online summer courses can be a good fit for non-degree students of all ages, including:

  • high school seniors getting a head start on college courses;
  • students enrolled at other colleges who want to take courses at Oneonta to transfer back to their home institutions; and
  • students who are taking courses with the goal of eventually enrolling at Oneonta or another college.

    The very last day to apply as a visiting student for a summer session term is the first class day. We strongly encourage that you apply by the Friday before the first class day, which will allow time to create your user account and gain access to our online learning platform before the class begins.

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Summer 2022 Schedule

Full term: May 23 - August 12
Short term: May 23 - June 10
Session I: May 31 - July 1
Session II: July 11 - August 12

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Contact

Office of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
20 Hunt Union
800.SUNY.123 x2548
607.436.2548
Fax: (607) 436-2692
conted@oneonta.edu

Office Hours

Monday-Friday
9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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