Academic Advisement/Student Success

Here to help

Our office coordinates the matriculation process, Early Alert, Academic Alert, Midterm Outreach, Finish-in-2, Athletic Academic Advising, advising technologies (like DegreeWorks, Career Coach and using Banner for course selection/registration), advising communications and advisement training.

Our office serves as the primary student resource for Priority Registration, Change of Major, Withdrawal from a class and Add/Drop.

Accepted/New Student Registration

Now that you are accepted, the next steps are to complete placement testing and attend a virtual meeting with an Academic Advisor to register for your first semester classes. To do so, fill out the Next Step online form and a member of the Student Success Center will reach out to help you schedule your placement test and/or your registration appointment.

Current students

All students are encouraged to connect with an advisor prior to registration. If you're unsure of who your advisor is, please contact the Student Success Center at

Former students​

Interested in returning to SUNY Adirondack? Please provide more information by completing this online form and an advisor will reach out to you with next steps. 

Looking to access your Banner account?


Contact us

Phone: 518-832-7708

Connect with a live person during Open Zoom hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday via the following link: Meeting ID: 666 957 6066. No appointment needed!


Meet with an advisor

Scheduling regular appointments with your advisor is an important part of staying on track academically.

To look up your advisor, log in to Self Service Banner, then click on the “Student” tab. Select “Student Records,” then “View Student Information.” Select the correct semester.

Your advisor's name will appear on the top of your degree audit in DegreeWorks as well. 

You can view your advisor's information on the SUNY Adirondack student portal or in your Banner account.


Need help with a class?

The Center for Reading and Writing and the MECS Tutoring Center, available at both the Queensbury campus and SUNY Adirondack Saratoga, can help. Learn more about SUNY Adirondack's Tutoring Center.

The Accessibilities Services Office provides equal educational opportunities to students with disabilities by ensuring full access to all programs, activities and facilities of the college.