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Fall 2020 Restart Plan

The College of Saint Rose has announced its restart plan for Fall 2020. Visit the restart plan website for more details and FAQs. View Restart Information

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Student Transition, Advising, and Registration (STAR)

Once you have been admitted and paid your deposit, the next step is to select and sign-up for a Student Transition, Advising, and Registration (STAR) day. This is a one-day program for all new undergraduate students. The STAR days will be held on:

  • F20 STAR #1: Thursday, May 28, 2020
  • This is now a virtual event!
    More details from the College coming soon
    Questions? Contact the Orientation Team at orientation@strose.edu

  • F20 STAR #2: Thursday, June 18, 2020
  • This is now a virtual event!
    More details from the College coming soon
    Questions? Contact the Orientation Team at orientation@strose.edu

  • F20 STAR #3: Thursday, July 9, 2020
  • This is now a virtual event!
    More details from the College coming soon
    Questions? Contact the Orientation Team at orientation@strose.edu

  • F20 STAR #4: Thursday, July 23, 2020
  • This is now a virtual event!
    More details from the College coming soon
    Questions? Contact the Orientation Team at orientation@strose.edu

  • F20 STAR #5: Tuesday, August 18, 2020
  • This is now a virtual event!
    Please note, the August STAR Day is subject to change. Division of Student Development will update registrants. More details from the College coming soon
    Questions? Contact the Orientation Team at orientation@strose.edu

Please click here for more information and to register for the day.

STAR DAY INFORMATION & REGISTRATION

Course Registration

The Office of Academic Advising pre-registers all incoming first-year students for their first-semester class schedule. Your course schedule is determined by the requirements of your academic major, your score on the math placement exam, and liberal education courses you select. When you attend the STAR orientation day, you will meet with an advisor to review your class schedule. Any changes to your schedule can be requested at that time.

First year information regarding scheduling your courses and math placement will be e-mailed as soon as your deposit is paid. See below for more information about math placement.

Since registration policies vary from institution to institution, it is the student’s responsibility to become aware of the registration policies at Saint Rose including: Add/Drop/Withdraw and Pass/Fail Grading. Please note that first year students entering in their first semester will not be able to add/drop courses on their own.

Advising Presentation

Math Placement Testing

Students entering The College of Saint Rose as first-year or as transfer students are required to take a math placement test unless:

*A student enters the College with a “C-“ or better in College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, or a Calculus course which carries college credit. (note: Math/Science majors/concentrators are encouraged to take the Math Placement if they are only transferring in College Algebra). Please note college level statistics will not waive the Math Placement.

*A student enters the College with a “3” or better on an Advanced Placement test in Calculus.

If you meet either of the above two requirements, you may register for any mathematics course at The College of Saint Rose for which you meet the pre-requisites. If you do not meet either of the above two requirements, you must take a math placement test.

The Math Placement can either be taken at home or on campus. It must be complete by the time students attend the STAR orientation day. To take it at home, students will use Honorlock and must have access to a computer/laptop with a webcam. You are allowed to use this system once free of charge. The Math Placement will not be offered on campus this summer due to the pandemic.

*Unavailable for Summer 2020* To make an appointment to take it on campus, please go to www.strose.edu/reserve.

Once the semester starts the Math Placement exam is offered for free at the Academic Success Center every Thursday, please visit the Academic Success Center on the 2nd floor of St. Joseph to schedule to take it.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Math Placement

Required Health Forms

New York State Law requires all students born on or after January 1, 1957 registering for six or more credits to prove immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella.
All students registering for six or more credits must submit:
• Immunization Record
• Report of Medical History
All International and Resident Students must complete the following:
• Immunization Record
• Report of Health Evaluation
• Report of Health History

To access these forms or for more information, please visit Health Services.

HEALTH SERVICES & WELLNESS