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Registration Process for MATRICULATED students

CLASSROOM SCHEDULE INFORMATION: Check your classroom schedule in your OASIS account BEFORE the first Day of Classes and through the first two weeks as your classroom location could change. Hard copies WILL NOT be mailed.

Online Registration available to CONTINUING and NEWLY ACCEPTED Students:

  • CONTINUING STUDENTS AND NEWLY ACCEPTED STUDENTS can register through OASIS here Online Student Information System. Newly Accepted students are required submit proof of immunization to the Health & Wellness Center prior to registering for classes.  Instructions for submitting your immunization documents can be found by visiting the Health and Wellness Homepage

  • To access OASIS a Student log-in Pin and ID number is required.  Your PIN and ID will be mailed to your home. If you do not receive your Pin or forget what you changed it to, please call 631-420-2776 or come in person to have your Log-in Pin reset during business hours (Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:15pm).

  • Your Farmingdale Email Account
  • Please visit the Academic Advisement (AAIC)  for information regarding academic advisement.  Depending on your program, you may opt to meet with an advisor in the AAIC.
  • The college will NOT drop you for non-payment.  If you request registration for a course and you are successfully registered, it is your responsibility to drop or withdraw from the course if you no longer with to take it. 

*Important Information for ALL Students*

 Fall 2018:  The last day to create a schedule is August 30, 2018. You MUST be registered for at least one course prior to the semester beginning on August 31st.

 Fall 2018:   Students with existing schedules, prior to August 30, will have until Thursday, September 6 to make drop/add changes.  The withdrawal period begins on September 7.

**The college will NOT drop you for non-payment. If you request registration for a course and you are successfully registered, it is your responsibility to drop or withdraw from the course if you no longer wish to take it **


Registration Process for NON-MATRICULATED students

Fall 2018

Registration for non-matriculated students who wish to register for fall 2018 courses will begin on Wednesday, August 1, 2018.  Prior to registering, new non-matriculated students should submit their application for admission.  The application for new non-matriculated students for fall 2018 is accessible at  Admissions Non-Matric Application


Prior to registering for fall 2018 courses all new non-matriculated students must submit proof of immunizations.  For more information regarding our immunization policies please visit the health and wellness center's website. 


New and continuing (active) non-matriculated students who have submitted proof of immunizations will be eligible to register online via the OASIS webpage, in person at the Registrar's Office or Academic Advising Information Center or via the non-matriculated student registration form below (form will become active at 8:30am on August 1, 2018).  If you wish to register for a course that requires prerequisite(s) you must submit proof of prerequisites either prior to registration on August 1 or at the time of registration. The non-matriculated web registration form for fall 2018 will close at the end of business on Tuesday, August 28. Non-matriculated students who wish to register AFTER end of business on August 28, must use their OASIS account or come in person to the Registrar's Office.  Our office hours beginning August 29th are Monday through Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. The Registrar's Office will be open until 6:30pm on Thursday, August 30.


Non-matriculated Student Fall 2018 Registration Form
This form will only be active for Fall 2018 submissions August 1, 2018 - August 28, 2018


If you should have any questions regarding this process please contact the Registrar's Office at (631) 420-2776 or email us at REGOFFICE@FARMINGDALE.EDU.

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