Online registration for SummerSession ’22 begins Monday, March 28 at 6 am, is operational 24/7 during registration periods from Web Banner. You can register from any computer that is connected to the Internet.

 

Before You Register

  • Holds: After signing into Web Banner, check Student Services > Student Records > View Holds for any holds that may prevent you from registering. Only the office that placed the hold on your record can clear it. Please contact that office regarding the hold. If a hold is placed on your record after you have registered for courses, you must email a written request from your Brockport email address to make changes to your schedule.
  • Have the Course Reference Number (CRN) for each course for which you are attempting to register. You can use the Course Schedule to look up the CRNs.
  • Permission Key Numbers are no longer available. Please see instructions below regarding overriding enrollment to a course.

How to Register for Classes:

  1. Access Web Banner
  2. Enter your NetID and Password
  3. Click on Student Services
  4. Click on Registration
  5. Click on Registration/Add/Drop Classes

State University of New York System-wide Policy

All students are required to accept SUNY Brockport Code of Student Conduct to register. A hold is placed on the student account (at the end of each day) for students who have not accepted the Code of Student Conduct, precluding the student from conducting further business with the College.

Course Limits for SummerSession

  • Undergraduate students may register for a maximum of 16 credits.
  • Graduate students may register for a maximum of 15 credits.

Any exception to these limits requires written permission from Dr. Susan Lowey, Director of Special Sessions and Programs, at slowey@brockport.edu.

 

Registration Deadlines

It is important to register early. SummerSession courses that do not meet a minimum enrollment may be canceled. While it is possible to register for a course as late as the first day of class, early registration helps ensure that the course will be held.

 

SummerSession ’22 Deadlines
Monday, March 28 Registration begins for all sessions. (Online registration begins at 6 am.)

Saturday, April 30

Registrations that have not been affirmed online by students are removed. Students may re-register for their courses if space is still available (late fees apply) by contacting the Office of Registrations at registrar@brockport.edu.

 

Registrations made on or after Sunday, May 1 must be affirmed online by checking the <accept box> on the Enrollment Agreement screen within 24 hours of registration. Failure to do so results in your course schedule being removed and late fees will apply for re-registration.

Sunday, May 1 Recommended deadline to file SummerSession financial aid application.
Session I Deadlines
Sunday, May 15 Online registration deadline for Session I.
Monday, May 16 SummerSession I begins.
Session II Deadlines
Monday, May 30 Online registration deadline for Session II
Tuesday, May 31 SummerSession II begins.
Session III Deadlines
Monday, July 4 Online registration deadline for Session III.
Tuesday, July 5 SummerSession III begins.

 

Special Session Registration Deadlines

Online registration deadline: The day before the course begins.

Contact the Office of Registration and Records at (585) 395-2531 or registrar@brockport.edu, for Special Session dates and deadlines.

 

Independent Study and Directed Study

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR INDEPENDENT/DIRECTED STUDY?

You cannot register for independent/directed study online. You can apply for independent/directed by contacting the instructor of the course you wish to take and they will begin the application process on your behalf. Applications should be, submitted by the regular add period deadline to avoid a late fee.

UNDERGRADUATE ELIGIBILITY
  • 54 or more completed semester hours (junior status)
  • An established Brockport cumulative GPA — you must have completed at least one semester at SUNY Brockport
  • A cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher
Graduate Eligibility
  • Have completed six credits of course work at the graduate level
  • Be able to demonstrate adequate background for the area in which the course is to be taken
  • Independent Study must not exceed six credits and must be identified as either liberal arts or professional credit

Eligible students may carry no more than one Independent Study course and one Directed Study course per session during SummerSession.

 

Policy for Undergraduate Students

Policy for Graduate Students

 

Deadline to register for all summer independent or directed study courses: Monday, July 11 at 4 pm. Registration for any course will not be accepted after this date and time. Students must register prior to starting any directed study or independent study.

 

Late Registration

For students with no existing SummerSession registration, registering for courses during the Add Period of that particular session constitutes a late registration. There is a $40 fee for late registration.

 

Re-registration (due to not affirming enrollment online)

Students who register by Saturday, April 30, 2022 and do not check the Accept button on the online Enrollment Agreement screen on or before Saturday, April 30, 2022, will have their course schedule removed.

Students who register on or after Sunday, May 1, 2022 and do not check the Accept button on the online Enrollment Agreement screen by the end of the next business day will also have course schedule removed.

Late registration fees apply ($40 fee) and will be assessed for each subsequent re-registration.

 

Tuition Liability

Students who are adding and dropping courses after the 100 percent refund period for a course is over, will be assessed tuition and fee liability for both the courses which have been dropped, as well as any new courses that have been added.

Class non-attendance does not excuse financial obligation. If you are registered for a class, you will be responsible for full payment of your course schedule whether or not you attend class(es).

 

Repeating Courses

Undergraduates may repeat a course at SUNY Brockport to attempt a higher grade, but the course has to be precisely the same SUNY Brockport course as the one previously taken. Equivalents will not do. The most recent grade counts toward graduation requirements and the cumulative grade point average, and the previous grade remains on your permanent record. Students receiving financial aid should not attempt to repeat a course for which they received a grade of D- or higher without first checking with either the Financial Aid Office (585) 395-2501, or the Academic Success Center (585) 395-5397.