Registration Guidelines

Tuition and Fees

Registration is done a first come first serve basis. The tuition is listed for each course listing. There is a $2 Insurance Fee for each student per semester which is mandatory. Returned checks will incur a $25 fee per check returned. Foreign check handling fee per check will be $10.

* Please note that purchases of materials (textbooks, workbooks, consumables, equipment, etc.) may be required for certain courses (see specific course description). This cost is not included in the course tuition unless specified. Please see our website or call for purchasing information.


Payment can be made by mail, in person, via fax, or online. You can pay your tuition and fees by cash (Middletown only), check, money order, MasterCard, Visa or Discover, or the Tuition Pay plan. If you are using a charge card, you must provide card number and expiration date, student's name, cardholder's name, address and zip code (if different from student's). All registrations must be accompanied by copy of student's identification (driver license or passport).


Registration for 1-day courses must be received prior to the start date of the course (unless otherwise noted). Payment for tuition at off-campus locations must be made by check, money order, MasterCard, Visa or Discover . SUNY Orange reserves the right to change instructors and program offerings.


Students that have unmet financial obligations to the College or who failed to comply with college requirements will not be permitted to register until the stop/hold is cleared with the issuing office. In addition, all information relating to student records will be withheld in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.


Students who completed registration for courses may add other courses and/or change the courses throughout the semester. They may also withdraw (drop) by deadlines listed (see refund policy). Drop/Add forms are available at the Student Services Central .


100%, if written request is received prior to the first day of class. There will be no refunds on the day the class begins and thereafter. See special refund conditions in the course descriptions for certain courses. Refund payments are processed and mailed approximately six to eight weeks after the cancellation date.

Students unable to attend the courses they registered for must inform the Continuing and Professional Education department in writing that they wish to withdraw. Failure to complete the course DOES NOT constitute official withdrawal, nor does notification of the instructor. The lack of attendance alone DOES NOT entitle the student to a refund. Refund requests cannot be made by telephone, online, or through the instructor.

Course Cancellation

All Continuing and Professional Education courses are subject to minimum enrollment. When courses are cancelled by the College for any reason, students may transfer payment to another course within the same semester, or receive a full refund. SUNY Orange reserves the right to cancel any class for which there is insufficient enrollment and to withdraw or modify course offerings. Course locations, dates, fees, and instructors may also be changed when necessary. Check our website for the most up to date information regarding course offerings, schedule, locations and fees.

Session Cancellation Policy

The College will make every effort to accommodate emergency situations that may occur such as severe weather conditions, a facility issue or instructor illness, in most cases the total number of hours advertised for the course will be honored.

College Closing and Delay

For updated college closing and delay information, phone the College at 845-344-6222 for recorded voice information or look on the web at You may also sign up for automatic email notification of college closings and delays at

Accessibility Services

The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) provides services to students with disabilities. Services are coordinated for individuals with disabilities including, but not limited to, those with physical, learning, mental health, chronic health or sensory related disabilities. Once students have self-identified, applied for services, and provided documentation of their disability, our staff works to determine eligibility for reasonable accommodations. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), both the student and the college must carry out these responsibilities in a timely manner. The OAS office is in Room 301 of the Shepard Student Center in Middletown and can be reached at 845-341-4077. For OAS in Newburgh, call 845-341-9034.

Student Code of Conduct

Orange County Community College Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, and staff have a primary concern for the academic achievement, standards, and personal integrity of our students. We recognize our obligation to protect college property and we take a special interest in the mental and physical health and safety of our community. We are committed to preserving the peace, uplifting campus morale, and creating a civil climate on our campuses. The College has adopted a set of policies and procedures as an expression of its expectations of student conduct and can be seen in the Student Handbook located at

For more information, contact us at or call 845-341-4890.