Accepted Students

Now that you are accepted, the next step is to sign-up for a mandatory upcoming Accepted Student Day. This day includes placement testing if you require it, orientation, advisement and ultimately registration for your classes. 

1. Prepare for placement tests and attend an Accepted Student Day.


  • To attend a Spring 2019 Accepted Student Day RSVP here.
  • To attend a Fall 2019 Accepted Student Day RSVP here.
  • You can also RSVP by contacting Office of Student Success at or call (518) 832-7708.

2. Apply here to live on-campus.

3. Apply for Financial Aid here if you have not already done so.

4. Submit your Immunization records and a Meningitis Vaccination Form to the Registrar's Office.

5. Submit the most updated version of any college transcripts and advanced placement credits to the Registrar's Office


SUNY Adirondack’s orientation program includes placement testing, advisement and registration for the upcoming semester. During the day, we offer separate activities for parents and family members to teach them about the college. Accepted Student Days are only for students who have been accepted to SUNY Adirondack.

The sessions run around 6 hours, and students should plan to be present the entire duration. During the program, you will learn about what SUNY Adirondack has to offer in and outside the classroom, complete placement testing requirements (if needed), meet other students, tour campus and be advised and register for first-semester courses.  Light refreshments will be available to students and guests.

Parents and family members are not required to attend. Special programming will be offered for families to acclimate them to the campus and provide information on how best to support students during the college experience.

Representatives from Financial Aid, Residence Life, Accessibility Services, Veterans Services, Student Accounts and the Registrar’s Office will be available for questions or concerns. You will be able to get your SUNY Adirondack Student ID and apply for your Parking Permit.

Remote Testing provides students the option of testing at other academic institution in your area willing to proctor the exam. The most usual sites for remote testing are community colleges or high schools. Other organizations can include public libraries, SUNY system offices or community organizations. For more information, contact the Center for Student Success at (518) 832-7708 or email

What to expect

Learn more about what you can expect from your first year of college by clicking HERE.