Advisement & Course Registration for New and Current Students
- All BPS students can register for courses when the course registration period opens.
- All BPS students are encouraged to seek academic advisement prior to course registration.
- BPS students are encouraged to use the online Degree Works tool in MyCollege on the QuickLaunch Launchpad. More information on how to run and review your Degree Evaluation, click here.
- Advisement Plans for all BPS programs are available here.
- Current BPS students are assigned an advisor once the semester begins. To find out who your advisor is, look at your Degree Works report or call (607) 778-5008 or stop in to the main BPS offices in the Business Building (BB104)..
- New BPS students will be assigned an advisor once the semester begins.
How do you get started?
Select what kind of student you are:
I am a New or Re-Admitted student who plans to take classes on the SUNY Broome campus.
I am a New or Re-Admitted student who plans to take classes on the SUNY Broome campus and cannot come to campus to attend a Course Registration Session.
I am a New or Re-Admitted student who plans to be a fully online student.
I am a current BPS student.
New or re-admitted BPS students who have earned credit through other colleges should request that official transcripts be sent to the Office of Admissions. New students will receive a preliminary transfer credit evaluation during their initial advisement. Once enrolled and registered for classes, transfer credit will be finalized and posted to the student’s academic record. Once the transfer credit is posted, students can run and review their Degree Evaluation (in MyCollege, under Student Records) to see how their transfer credit applies to to their degree requirements.
Credit by Portfolio or Assessment of Experiential Learning
Credit by Exam
College Credit for High School Courses
Students who completed courses in high school through our Fast Forward program will see these courses automatically on their SUNY Broome academic transcript.
Students who completed courses in high school through other colleges need to request that an official transcript be sent from that college to the Office of Admissions.
Students who completed any other high school courses as part of an agreement for credit should report this information to their advisor before they start their first semester.