Registrar's Office

Current, New, and Returning Matriculated students are encouraged to use the Scheduler Planner software available in the Self-Service Banner registration area via the MySUNYADK portal Course and Registration Link to develop their optimal, conflict-free schedule after meeting with an Advisor to select courses for the semester. Get instructions for Scheduler Planner.

Record keeping

The Registrar’s Office is the official record keeper on campus.

The office conducts the following services:

• Certifies student enrollment
• Collects immunization records
• Confers degrees
• Veterans' certification
• Issues academic transcripts
• Maintains the official academic record of each student
• Processes course registrations, including drop/add forms and course withdrawals
• Processes grades
• Processes name and address changes
• Reviews and evaluates coursework taken at other institutions. (For complete information relative to our transfer policies, see the Admission with Advanced Standing in our catalog.) 


Ways we can help

SUNY Adirondack offers students advanced standing, granting credit for classes they have taken, work and military experience, and exams. These transfer credits are reviewed by the Registrar’s Office after a student is accepted to SUNY Adirondack. Official transcripts must be sent to the Registrar’s Office for review. Transfer credit is applied to the student’s academic record upon enrollment. Additional details about advanced standing credits.


The Office of the Registrar is located on the Queensbury campus in Warren Hall, Room 156.


Monday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Mailing Address

Office of the Registrar
SUNY Adirondack
640 Bay Road
Queensbury, NY 12804

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Students looking to cross register at SUNY Adirondack from another SUNY campus via the SUNY Cross Registration process, should review the SUNY Student Mobility site before submitting Non-Matriculated Student information.

SUNY Adirondack students, looking to take a class at another SUNY campus via the SUNY Cross Registration process, should contact

To see the College's Immunization policy review the College Catalog here. Immunization forms are available in the Registrar Forms section above.

New York state requires that college students provide immunization records for mumps, measles, rubella and meningitis if you are taking six or more credits.

If you have not yet submitted your shot records to the Registrar's Office in Warren Hall, you are at risk of having your classes dropped.

Anyone who submitted paperwork in the past does not have to resubmit those documents.

Check your SUNY Adirondack email NOW to see if you are in compliance with this law.

If you still don't know if you are in compliance, contact the Registrar's Office in person or call 518-743-2279.

Immunization forms can be downloaded from the Vaccinations section on the Registrar Forms page.

Priority Registration is for currently enrolled and matriculated students at SUNY Adirondack based on the students earned credit (transfer and resident) totals at the time of registration. The chart below shows the Priority Registration week day and credit totals:

Priority registration weekday Earned credit totals
Monday Students with 45+ earned credits
Tuesday Students with 30+ earned credits
Wednesday Students with 20+ earned credits
Thursday Students with 10+ earned credits
Friday Students with 0+ earned credits

Open Registration is for new or previously matriculated students, Plattsburgh Branch Campus Cross Registration students and general non-matriculated students.

SUNY Cross Registration is for matriculated students at SUNY campuses seeking to take coursework at SUNY Adirondack or currently matriculated Adirondack students seeking to take coursework at another SUNY campus. The SUNY Online Cross Registration form is required. Students should speak with a Student Success advisor to consider available campus options before submitting a Cross Registration request.

The last day to drop courses without Financial Liability is the last day of Open Registration for each semester (or the day before the start of a late-starting part of term). During Drop/Add period, there is a liability amount due per the College Catalog Tuition and Fee Schedule (


Registration dates  
Semester Priority registration Open registration SUNY cross registration
Fall 2023 April 17, through Friday, April 21 April 22, through Sept. 12 Aug. 23 through Sept. 12
Winter 2024 Oct. 23, 2023, through Jan. 3, 2024
Spring 2024 Nov. 13, through Nov. 17 Nov. 20, 2023, through Jan. 26, 2024 Jan. 8 through Jan. 26, 2024
Summer 2024 March 25 through July 8, 2025 — 
Fall 2024 April 15 through April 19, 2024 April 22 through TBD* TBD*


* Dates will be established with the future adademic year calendar.

To request a copy of your transcript, click HERE.

For more information on taking classes as a non-matriculating student, click HERE.