Cross-registration is intended to promote timely degree completion by providing student access to courses at other SUNY campuses while they are enrolled at their Home Campus. Niagara County Community College participates in a Western New York Consortium Agreement and a SUNY Cross-Registration Agreement whereby matriculated students in good academic standing may cross-register for coursework at another participating institution.
Participating institutions make their own policies regarding admittance of cross-registered students, so students must check with the institution they will be cross-registering with. All SUNY institutions are included in cross-registration. View a list of participating institutions within the WNY Consortium Agreement, along with important dates and further details.
A Home Campus is the institution of the student’s primary registration/matriculation. A Host Campus is the institution that provides instruction to a matriculated student registered at a Home Campus.
Students’ submission of the Cross-Registration Agreement is considered approval for the Host Campus to automatically release grades/transcripts to their Home Campus at the end of the semester. This also permits the Home Campus and Host Campus to communicate regarding their academic and financial records.
Students’ submission of the Cross-Registration Agreement also indicates their agreement to abide by all regulations imposed by the Host Campus. In addition, the Host campus may apply rules and regulations to incoming students as they deem necessary (e.g., restrictions on classes). Students must be aware of those rules before they cross-register.
Enrollment changes may impact students’ eligibility for financial aid for the current term and/or future terms. Students must consult the Financial Aid Office regarding academic eligibility for financial aid, including satisfactory academic progress standards before making any changes to their schedules. They are required to notify the NCCC Registration and Records Office and the Host Campus within five (5) business days if their enrollment status changes. Changes in enrollment may impact their financial aid and may result in tuition and fees being due to NCCC. Students may become liable for tuition if they make enrollment changes.
Any health (immunization/records/physical exam, etc.) requirements must be met at BOTH campuses, even if they differ. Students failing to meet these requirements may be liable for tuition and fees.
Cross-registered students who register prior to published dates will not be honored as cross-registered students and the tuition will not be deferred. A cross-registration application CANNOT be backdated for a previously enrolled course. If a student does not submit the cross-registration form at the time of registration, the student will be billed for the course.
Currently NCCC has cross-registration agreements with the following colleges/universities:
- All SUNY institutions
- Canisius College
- Daemen College
- D’Youville College
- Hilbert College
- Houghton College
- Medaille College
- Niagara University
- Saint Bonaventure University
- Trocaire College
- Villa Maria College
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Registration Questions: 716-614-6884 | email@example.com
Transfer Questions: 716-614-6253 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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