CONTINUING AT FREDONIA
You are already fully enrolled as a Fredonia student; there is no need to reapply.
Be sure to clear any holds on your record or you will not be able to register for classes. Review "Your Connection" for hold status.
Once you have declared a major, you will be assigned an advisor from that department.
The 3-1-3 Director will forward your Fredonia file to that office.
If you are Liberal Arts, the 3-1-3 Director will remain your advisor.
Former 3-1-3 students who still need to have credits transferred to their new school should download the transcript request form Fill it out, sign it and return it to the address at the top of the form. The Registrar office will send an official transcript to your new school.
If your new school wants to know the grade for courses earning an ‘S’ on your Fredonia transcript, email or call Liza Smith
(716) 673-3550, Liza.Smith@fredonia.edu with your name, date participated, name and address of person or office who should be notified
- Current students who are not returning to fredonia should download, print, fill out and return a withdrawal/non-returning form this ties up any loose ends at Fredonia.
We will be sending out a survey (your 4th and final portfolio requirement) in early November. Please take the time to fill it out and send it back to us in the stamped addressed envelope provided. This will be a short questionnaire outlining the your views of how your academic progress was affected by the 3-1-3 experience.
Other Important Information:
Credit for high school classes
High School Courses: High school courses that earn credit should be on your Fredonia College transcript by August. These courses will have an “S” grade, and they are not used to calculate your overall grade point average.
For SUNY Schools: Some of your high school credit may satisfy certain SUNY General Education Requirements. Please see the High School Course Equivalency page on this site. You may also call or email Liza Smith for more information.
Please remember to save syllabi for all the courses you took at Fredonia until your credits have transferred to your new school.