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SUNY Adirondack Online aims to increase your access and opportunity for getting a great education by giving you course delivery options that meet the needs of your busy life. Click the link below to access SUNY Adirondack Online Courses.
Current Courses Online
Click here to see SUNY Adirondack's FALL 2016 online courses.
Logging into Angel
Your SUNY Adirondack ANGEL username and password are the same username and password you use to access your other SUNY Adirondack academic technology accounts.
Click here to learn how to find your Angel username and password to access your courses.
- CONTINUING EDUCATION students, please click here for login directions.
NEED HELP? Click Here to see a *video demonstration on how to access the SUNY Adirondack ANGEL server.
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Getting Started with SUNY Adirondack Online
Through SUNY Adirondack Online you can take Web-based courses any time and anywhere you have access to a computer and the Internet.
It's as easy as:
START HERE to find out if taking online courses is right for you.
REGISTER for your online courses.
ACCESS your online courses
Online Course/Program Complaint Resolution Process
SUNY Adirondack students should first attempt to resolve complaints through internal campus processes and procedures. The SUNY Adirondack Student Handbook describes the appropriate complaint procedures. However, the U.S. Department of Education regulations require each State to have a process to handle complaints for all institutions in their State, except Federally-run institutions (including service academies) and tribal institutions such as tribally-controlled community colleges. For purposes of HEA eligibility under these regulations, the State remains responsible for responding to complaints about institutions in the State regardless of what body or entity actually manages complaints.
Institutions delivering courses by distance education are required to provide students or prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with the State approval or licensing entity in the student’s State of residency and any other relevant State official or agency that would appropriately handle a student's complaint.