Financial Aid: Applications, types of aid, cost
of attendance and financial literacy.
Registrar: Class registration, academic and
student calendars, grading, degree audits, student data, enrollment
and degree verification, transcripts, class schedules, final exam
scheduling and diplomas.
Student Accounts: Tuition and fees,
comprehensive fees, billing and payment, late fees, liability
deadlines, financial aid refunds and New York State residency.
Please Note: Phone call and email services at the Student Response
Center are no longer available. Contact Financial Aid, Registrar
and Student Accounts offices directly. (232 Capen and 104 Harriman
Hall continue to serve as walk-in centers.)
To become a candidate for an advanced degree you must submit,
for Departmental and Graduate School approval, a program of study
consisting of a coherent list of graduate courses that have, or
will have, been taken and a title of the projected thesis or
project (for an M.A. student) or a title of the projected
dissertation (for a Ph.D. student).