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What is a Matriculated Student?
A matriculated student is one who has made application to the college, submitted the required documentation, i.e., official high school transcript or proof of a General Education Diploma (GED), and has been formally accepted as a candidate to a degree or certificate program.
Who should matriculate?
- All full-time students (12 credits or more).
- All students who wish to be considered eligible for financial aid.
- All students who are seeking a degree or certificate.
- All part-time students who have accrued 18 credits and wish to complete a degree or a certificate program.
Non-matriculated students are not eligible to receive financial aid.
Part-time (11 credits or less):
- If you are applying for financial aid, you must apply to SUNY Adirondack
- If you are not seeking financial aid, come directly to SUNY Adirondack and fill out a registration/admission form and certificate of residence at the Registrar's Office. You will also need to verify that you have a high school diploma or a GED.
- If you prefer, you can download the registration form and register by mail.