Application for Undergraduate Readmission

For All Returning Students: It is strongly advised that you submit your application by the end of March for the fall semester and by the end of October for the spring semester. Many classes fill up quickly and applying early for readmission will ensure that your application is processed in time for you to register for the classes you need to fulfill your graduation requirements. Also, if you have any holds on your account or owe money to the college or another SUNY school, these must be cleared before your application for readmission can be reviewed.

For Students Seeking Readmission to the Crane School of Music: You must also be cleared by the School of Music administration, which may delay the readmission process. Details about readmission to Crane can be found in the Crane Student Handbook ("Procedure for Readmission"). For students who have sat out more than two full semesters or who have failed out of a music degree program, additional steps may be required, as explained in the Handbook.

Please include City, State and Zip Code.
If you have attended another institution since leaving Potsdam, you must forward an official transcript of your coursework, bearing the seal and/or signature of an appropriate school official to the Admissions Office (44 Pierrepont Avenue, Potsdam, NY 13676).

Please note: A decision regarding your application for readmission to SUNY Potsdam may be delayed until we have received all official transcripts from the above schools.

If yes, you will be contacted by someone in the Provost's Office in order to evaluate your readiness to return and develop strategies to ensure your academic success.
Readmission to SUNY Potsdam is based on the qualifications of the individual, without regard to sexual orientation, race, age, color, creed, national origin, disability or handicap. The College reserves the right to deny readmission to any student who does not meet established standards, or if evidence exists that readmission may constitute a threat to the health and/or safety of the student or to any member(s) of the College community.