The following forms should be useful to you as you pursue courses through the Center for Innovative and Continuing Education. Some forms and applications are online while others are .pdfs that require downloading (you’ll need free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to open these files).
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- If you are a former non-matriculated student who missed more than three (3) consecutive semesters, please use the Re-Enrollment Form. Once you receive your re-enrollment letter, contact the following offices to determine if updated documentation is required:
- Late Add/Drop/Withdrawal Procedures *please note that a late-drop after the deadline will be a withdrawal
- Use this form to request a waiver of the add deadline for a course. Current semester late adds are submitted to your instructor. Please review the petition for complete instructions. (.pdf, 38kb)
- Late Course Withdraw Petition (pdf 48kb) Use this form after the withdraw deadline but before the end of the semester to request consideration for a late course withdraw. Please review the petition for Late Withdrawal Petition Instructions. (.pdf 48kb)
- Administrative/Late Fee Appeal Form (.pdf 31.4kb)
- University Withdrawal Form *included on list of Registrar's Office forms. Use this form for fall or spring term
- Lifelong Learner Contract (.pdf 61kb)
- Guidelines for Undergraduate Re-Enrollment (.pdf 249kb)
- Request for Re-Enrollment Form (.pdf 161kb)
- Grade Option Change
To apply as...
If you have a bachelors degree and want undergraduate courses, apply as a non-matriculated graduate student.
- Non-Degree/Non-Matriculated Student Application
- Health Forms (For information about health forms, please visit the Decker Student Health Services Center webpage for new students). See the section, "Things You Need To Do Before You Can Register".
- New York State Residency Status Online Application
Follow the Graduate School's instructions for submitting a non-degree application. You may also wish to review the graduate non-degree applicant overview and qualifications.
If you choose to take undergraduate courses, please note that undergraduate coursework taken while a student is enrolled as a graduate student will show on a graduate transcript. However, it will carry no grade points and will not count in a graduate GPA, nor will it count toward the completion of a graduate degree. Credit hours and the quality of work are indicated, but the letter grade is preceded by a "0".
Non-degree credit limits and transferring credits: Non-degree graduate students may take up to 12 credits total, though some academic departments and schools limit that number further. Any credits taken beyond the 12-credit limits as a non-degree student will not be counted toward earning a degree, should you later matriculate into a graduate degree program. Any credits taken beyond 8 will not be counted toward earning a certificate, should you later gain admission to a certificate program. View the Graduate School Manual for details.
- Important Information about Binghamton University’s College Link program for high school students
- Submit the College Link Application for Admission
- Submit the College Link Course Request Form
- Submit Health Forms (For information about health forms, please visit the Decker Student Health Services Center webpage for new students):
*Allow sufficient time for documentation of registration if seeking approval of reduced high school load
- Older Adult Audit Program - Instructor Approval Form (.pdf 414kb)