Registration Services at SUNY Sullivan are addressed by the Office of Registration Services/Registrar. The role of the Office of Registration Services/Registrar is to oversee the maintenance and protection of student records. The office's duties include:
- Processing of transcripts and students’ academic standing
- Maintaining course schedules
- Providing enrollment verification
The office awards degrees in accordance with the New York State Education Department, the State University of New York (SUNY), and college policies, and provide diplomas to our graduates.
SUNY Sullivan offers Associates of Arts (AA), Associates of Science (AS), Associates of Applied Sciences (AAS), Associates of Occupational Studies (AOS), and Certificates (CERT).
Registering for Classes
To register part-time, please visit Part-Time Registration.
All full-time registration may be done prior to the start of the semester on MySUNYSullivan.edu. Please be sure to consult with your academic advisor when selecting your courses. Once the semester starts, you won’t be able to change your schedule via the web portal, however, you may still make alterations with your advisor.
After creating your schedule, full-time or part-time, you may drop, add, or withdraw from your courses, with the approval of your advisor and professor(s). To request a drop/withdrawal, please login to your My SUNY Sullivan account, click on “online forms” to the left of your screen, and select the “Drop/Withdraw from a Course” form. Be mindful of deadlines for any schedule changes!
registration services team
The best way to contact us is VIA EMAIL at email@example.com. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us!
DIRECTOR of Registration services/registrar
SUNY Sullivan Follows FERPA Regulations
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) mandates that records of students enrolled in college courses be protected from access by essentially anyone other than the student, members of the college community who have a need and right to access information, and certain government agencies as permitted by law. Learn more about what SUNY Sullivan designates as public or "Directory Information" HERE.
If you wish to allow others (such as family members) to access your records, please carefully read and fill out the FERPA waiver.
There is a Spanish language version of the FERPA waiver here.