You can take courses without applying for admission to a degree program. If you are interested in just registering for one or a few classes, there are a few things you should know.
You cannot receive financial aid if you are not officially admitted in a degree program. Financial aid includes grants and federal student loans. If you are interested in receiving financial aid, you must apply for admission to a degree program.
Tompkins Cortland offers classes in fall, winter, spring, and summer terms. The catalog contains scheduling information and descriptions for each course, by type of course and semester.
NOTE: Winter classes are only offered online. Fall, spring, and summer feature online and in-class offerings.
You must complete and submit your registration form.
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The College accepts cash, check, credit card, or money order for course payments. There is no financial aid available if you are not admitted in a degree program.
The College features only online courses during the winter session. Winter session courses are open to everyone – you do not need to be a currently enrolled student. The registration process is the same as for taking one or a few classes during the regular semester.
There is no financial aid available for the winter session, even if you are a currently enrolled student. Payment must be made by cash, credit card, check, or money order at the time of registration.
If you are currently enrolled as a Tompkins Cortland student, financial aid may be available for summer. However, you must contact a financial aid representative (email@example.com) for details.
If you are not admitted in a degree program at Tompkins Cortland, no financial aid is available.