Financial aid includes grants, scholarships and student loans. There are also a variety of other ways that you can pay for college.
Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office or check your financial aid status on WebAccess.
Learn more about placement testing and how to take one. If you require accommodations for placement testing due to a disability, contact the Office of Accessibility Resources.
In order to get the classes you need to graduate you will need to be advised so you can select the right classes to register for. Learn more about the advising and registration options for new students.
There are a variety of options for making payments. Contact the Student Accounts Office if you have questions.
To get your student ID card or "Lazer Card" you will need to stop by the Lazer Card Office during business hours. You will always be asked for ID when on campus for services.
Live outside of Onondaga County but in New York State? You MUST file a Certificate of Residence. It entitles you to pay resident tuition, which is currently HALF that of non-residents.
Orientation is held at various times before the semester starts and it is required for new students. Reserve your spot now.
You can work with the Bookstore to get your books and supplies by going to http://onondagacc.bncollege.com/.
Campus maps are available online or at campus entrances and kiosks located throughout campus.
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