Catch up or get ahead — take classes on campus or online.
Benefit from small classes and quality time with top-notch professors.
Summer & Winter Sessions
Summer and winter sessions are the perfect time to catch up or get ahead on credits,
improve your GPA and learn unique skills. You will also benefit from small classes
and face time with professors — and being able to focus on fewer courses than you
would during a normal semester.
Summer Sessions: Three Convenient Options
Summer session registration begins April 10, 2023 for matriculated students.
Session A: May 30, 2023 – June 9, 2023
This two-week intensive session permits you to complete up to three credit hours by
the beginning of June. This is a great session to attend if you want to take a course
during summer session, but have to return to your hometown or work full-time throughout
the summer. View Course Schedule.
Session B: June 12, 2023 – July 14, 2023
This session allows you to finish one or more courses before mid-summer. The majority
of SUNY Plattsburgh’s course offerings take place in Session B. View Course Schedule.
Winter Session online courses will begin on Dec. 27, 2022 and end on Jan. 27, 2023;
however, since some courses are fewer than three credits they can be scheduled in
a variety of ways. Please refer to Banner Web for the exact course dates.
Three-week Courses: Jan. 9–27, 2023
Winter Session courses will be held from Jan. 9–27, 2023. Please refer to the Banner Web for exact course dates.
Winter Session 2022–23 Important Dates & Deadlines
Answer: For the two-week summer session the maximum is four credits and for the five-week
summer sessions the maximum is seven credits per session. The maximum number of credits
for which a student may enroll during the summer session is 15 (including enrollment
at SUNY Plattsburgh and at any other colleges).
Answer: For the winter session the maximum number of credit hours allowed is seven credits
for undergraduate and graduate students.
Students may be granted permission to exceed the maximum number of credits allowed
by completing the Credit Hour Overload form. This form requires written approval from the student’s academic adviser, department
chairperson, and dean of your major; non-matriculated students must receive permission
from the director of admission.
Answer: Registration is mobile friendly or accessible from any computer at home or from any
of Plattsburgh or Queensbury campus computer labs. Visit Registration Dates & Instructions for more information.
Answer: Yes, on-campus residence halls, conveniently located near academic buildings, with
single and double occupancy are available. Roommate requests can be accommodated.
Please check with campus housing for dates of availability.
Please make payment by the due date to avoid administrative and late payment fees.
Bills processed after the bill due date will be assessed an administrative fee of
$30 to $50 depending on the balance. A late payment fee of up to $50 per month thereafter
may be charged on outstanding balances, up to a maximum of four charges per semester.
For more information contact student financial services 518-564-3120 or email at [email protected].
Answer: Undergraduate courses are open to all individuals who meet course requirements. Graduate
courses are open to individuals who have earned a bachelor’s degree. No more than
12 graduate credits taken as a non-matriculated student may be applied toward a graduate
degree at this college.
Students who would like to be formally admitted to an undergraduate program (for fall
or spring) should contact the admissions office at 518-564-2040 or [email protected].
Answer: Textbooks required for each course are available in the college store prior to the
start of each course. College store hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Textbooks and required supplies can be ordered online at the College Bookstore.
Answer: All students who register for a course are responsible for the accuracy of their
course registration and the tuition and fees associated with the course. Non-attendance
does not remove tuition and fee liability.