Non-Matriculated Student Registration Information
- Non-matriculated Application Form
- Hudson Mohawk Cross Registration Procedures
- Create or reactivate your Skidmore Email Account (Skidmore ID and Date of Birth required)
How do I apply to Skidmore as a non-matriculated student?
- Complete the Skidmore Non-matriculated Application Form.
- Obtain your college transcripts (or high school if never attended college) and standardized test scores.
- Personally deliver or mail to the Registrar’s Office at 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
The Registrar’s Office will notify you of the outcome of your application.
How do I choose a course?
- Locate the course days/times by viewing the Online Master Course Schedule.
- Utilize the online Skidmore College Catalog for course descriptions, pre-requisites, including lab and studio fees.
- Copies of the College Catalog are available at the Registrar’s Office if you do not have access to the web.
When do classes start?
January 22, 2019
When can I enroll for classes?
December 3-14 and January 7-18
(Employees and their dependents may sign up starting November 30th)
Office hours: 9:00-11:30am & 1:30-4:00pm
Where do I sign up?
In person at the Registrar’s Office, Starbuck Center, Second floor, 203 (Phone: 518-580-5710).
What are the fees to take a class?
That will vary based on the courses you select - consult the table below. Skidmore accepts checks, Master Card, Discover, American Express, or cash as payment.
You will not be allowed to register without payment.
Type of Fee
|Adults||High school students
(1/2 tuition benefit)
|Registration Fee (per semester)
|Tuition per credit hour
|Student Activity and General Fee
(required for students taking 12 or more credits per semester)
|Studio Fees for Studio Art/Dance/Theater courses
||Vary - see catalog for each course|
|Lab fees (if applicable)||Vary - see catalog for each course|
Are there any restrictions?
- Registrations are allowed on a space available basis.
- Physical Activity (PA) and Scribner Seminar (SSP) courses are not available to nonmatriculated
- There must be no academic, financial or library holds on your account.
- You will be required to get a signature from the course instructor if the course is
closed and/or if you do not meet the course prerequisites. (A copy of the permission
form can be obtained at the Registrar’s Office but an email from the course instructor
will also suffice for permission. Email(s) should be forwarded to the Registrar’s
Office at email@example.com).
- Once you have identified the instructor’s name on the Master Schedule, utilize the online directory for contact information or call our Information at (518) 580-5000 to obtain the phone number for the instructor or the department.
- If you are unable to contact the instructor before the first day of classes, attend the first class and ask the instructor for permission to enroll in the class using the Course Override form and return to the Registrar’s Office.
- Select courses have a quantitative reasoning requirement. Proficiency can be achieved with a SAT Math score of 630+, SAT II Math score of 570+, an ACT Math score of 28+, or a passing score on the Skidmore’s Quantitative Reasoning (QR) Examination. Please contact Kim Newsom at (518) 580-5280 to schedule an appointment for taking the QR test if necessary.
What do I need to know after I register, before classes start?
- You must have a Skidmore sticker affixed to your car to park on campus.
- Go to the Security Office located in the basement of Jonsson Tower.
- Information about campus parking regulations will be given to you and upon presentation of your I.D. card and your vehicle registration, you will receive a parking sticker for your vehicle.
- The parking sticker is valid only for the academic year (Fall & Spring) you are enrolled in. A new sticker must be obtained each academic year.
- You may also register your vehicle online.
- Textbooks, paper, pens, and other supplies can be purchased at the Skidmore Shop on the lower level of Case Center.
- To review the textbooks needed for your courses, use the online listing.
- Textbooks are in the back of the store, arranged alphabetically by department. Staff is available to provide assistance.
Health Regulations Apply
- Immunization records are needed for anyone born after January 1, 1957 and enrolled for 6 or more hours per semester.
- Submit them directly to Health Services in Jonsson Tower on campus.
- Failure to submit records will result in withdrawal from the College.
- Per New York State law, it is illegal for Skidmore College to enroll you without these records being on file.
Dropping, adding or withdrawal procedures
- Courses may be added during the first week of classes with instructor permission utilizing the Course Registration Form or added in the second week of classes with instructor permission and approval of the Committee on Academic Standing utilizing the Late Course Registration Form. Additional tuition and any appropriate fees will be charged for an added course.
- Courses may be dropped within the first two weeks of classes. Visit the Registrar’s Office to drop a course. A dropped course may entitle you to a partial refund only if the course is properly dropped during the first two weeks of classes.
- Forms are also available at the Registrar’s Office.
- A student may withdraw from a course without grade penalty from the 3rd week through the 11th week of classes in the term, but no tuition refund will be given.
- A grade of “W” is assigned for the course.
- The maximum number of course withdrawals (W) is two, regardless of GPA.
- The Withdrawal Form must be completed and signed by the instructor.
Continuation Standards for Special (Non-Matriculated) Students
Non-matriculated students are expected to complete their academic work according to the following GPA standards as seen in the chart below. Failure to meet these standards will result in a review by the Committee on Academic Standing and possible withdrawal from the institution.
|Courses taken at Skidmore||Cumulative GPA required to continue as a non-matriculated student|
|After 10||Must apply to matriculate, or withdraw.|
Employees taking courses but not interested in pursuing nor obtaining a degree may petition the Committee on Academic Standing for a waiver of the ten course limit.