FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
The questions below should answer any questions you may have about becoming a non-matriculated (visiting) student. If your question is not answered below, please contact the Registrar's Office by calling 934-420-2776 or by emailing us at email@example.com.
NOTE: If you are interested in becoming a NEW non-matriculated (visiting) student,
you must first complete the non-matriculated student application. You can access
the application for non-matriculated students, when it opens.
The information below pertains only to students taking courses as non-matriculated (visiting) students.
|How do I apply to be become a non-matriculated (visiting) student?||
In order to apply as a non-matriculated student, we require that you fill out the application located at https://www.farmingdale.edu/admissions/non-matric-student-app.shtml. Once your application is accepted by the Admissions Department, they will send you an email confirmation that will refer you to the registration process.
|How do I register for classes as a non-matriculated (visiting) student?||
Once your application is accepted by the Admissions Department, they will send you an email confirmation that will refer you to the registration process.
After completing the registration process, you will receive a message automatically to the email address you provided confirming your submission. Within 5 business days of your submission a Registrar’s Office staff member will contact you via email or phone and provide you with an update on your request. If you do not hear from a staff member within 5 days of submitting your request you should reach out to the office directly by calling 934-420-2776 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note a submission does not guarantee that you will get a seat in the course you selected.
To register for classes in the Fall semester you must wait for non-matriculated student registration to open on August 2, 2017.
Non-matriculated students may utilize our Academic Advising Information Center (AAIC) for advisement and questions regarding what courses to take and other advisement topics. Information regarding the AAIC.
|Where do I look up the current course listing?||
Please utilize our Course Listing to look up the courses we offer.
|When is the last day to drop a course?||
|How do I drop a course I no longer wish to take?||
You may drop your courses up until the drop add/deadline by submitting the non-matriculated summer drop form. The form can be accessed by clicking here. Please go to the Academic Calendar to determine the Last Day you can drop/add a course in each summer session.
|How do I register for a closed course?||
If a course is closed you must request permission to register with the chair of the department responsible for the class. For example, if the closed course you wish to take is MTH 110- Statistics you will need to reach out to the Math department. Contact information for each of our departments is available by clicking here. Once on the page click Academic Departments A-Z.
Please note the Chemistry department will NEVER permit a student to register for a closed course.
|Where can I find Information regarding tuition and fees?|
|My college requires I submit a copy of the syllabus and/or course description for prior approval. How do I go about getting this information?||
|How do I access my online portal account?||
After your registration form has been processed, an online portal account (OASIS) will be created for you. You will use OASIS to review your schedule and your grades. You can access your online portal by clicking here. First time users will use your full social security number (no spaces or dashes) as your user name and your password is the 6 digit date of birth mm/dd/yy (no spaces or dashes). If you have any difficulty accessing your online portal, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 934-420-2776. We cannot reset your password via email.
|I have registered for an online course, how do I log in to Blackboard?||
For questions regarding the online Blackboard system please visit the Blackboard information site. If you have further questions after reviewing the above link, please contact email@example.com
|Do I need a parking permit?||
Yes, all students must obtain a parking permit if they plan to park on campus. Please visit the University Police website for more information.
|I completed my class and would like to transfer the course/credits to my home college. How do I go about doing so?||
Once you have completed your course and your grade has been posted on your OASIS transcript, you may request an official transcript to be mailed to your home college. The request form and other information regarding the transcript request process can be found on the Transcript information page.