Information and policies for
Note: Students who previously
attended SUNY Oneonta as a degree-seeking student should contact the
Academic Advisement Office, Netzer 100 for information on
readmission to the College.
All non-degree students must be accepted for admission through the Office of Continuing Education. In order to be eligible to take courses as a non-degree student at the College at Oneonta:
- a student must be at least a rising High School senior;
- graduated High School or have passed the GED;
- have a cumulative average of a 2.0 from the last college attended
If a student has been previously dismissed from either the College at Oneonta or another college they are not eligible to take courses as a non-degree student.
Students must submit an admission
application, available at this link or in the Continuing Education Office, Netzer Administration Building,
Room 135. (Directions
Application deadline is the Friday of the first week of classes
for any semester.
Applications must be submitted to
the Continuing Education Office, accompanied by:
HSED or GED completion
high school transcript showing
award of diploma, or
transcripts from all post
secondary institutions attended
Admission as a non-degree
undergraduate student does not guarantee:
Non-degree students may
register for up to 13 s.h. per semester and 6 s.h. each summer
Non-degree students may earn no more than 24 s.h. prior to
admission as a degree-seeking student.
Non-degree students may need to take placement exams in writing, reading and/or math depending on academic history.
Non-degree students are required to
maintain a 2.0 grade point average to be eligible to continue
All new pre-matriculated students are required to make an individual advisement appointment
prior to enrolling in courses.
Continuing pre-matriculated students
are encouraged to meet with
the advisor each