Applications received before these dates will be given first consideration:
Fall Semester:July 1,Winter Semester: November 1,Spring Semester: November 1,Summer Semester:April 1
The deadline indicates the date by which a completed application must be received by the Admissions Office. Students applying after the deadline will be considered on a space-available basis. It is extremely important that you indicate both your present curriculum interest (and study option) and your previous major at Plattsburgh. If you have any prior financial debts to the college or holds on your record, you must clear them before your application for readmission can be reviewed.
Special Requirements and Considerations
Students seeking readmission to Education (all programs), Business (all programs), Nursing, Nutrition, Communication Disorders and Sciences, Human Development and Family Relations (all programs), Fitness & Wellness Leadership, Social Work, or Criminal Justice may do so only if they were enrolled previously in the same program and/or if they meet the grade point average required of students applying for transfer admission to these programs.
Students applying for readmission to SUNY Plattsburgh after an absence of five years or more may request to be considered for admission under the Special Consideration Readmission Policy. Please be aware that candidates must request this special readmission policy prior to the start of classes. Please refer to the college catalog for eligibility requirements.
Students who have been granted a Medical Leave of Absence must submit evidence of their treatment and of their recovery from the medical problem that had prevented them from continuing in college. A letter from the attending physician must be sent to Dr. Kathleen Camelo, Director, Center for Student Health and Psychological Services. This letter must contain the following information: 1) Diagnosis; 2) Treatment (with inclusive dates); 3) Degree of recovery; 4) Prognosis; and 5) Recommendations for treatment while at college and your ability to resume full-time studies. The letter will be kept as part of the student’s medical record; it is not included in the academic record.