Welcome to the Harpur Academic Advising forms and petitions page. This page allows you to easily access and complete important advising forms. Please read all instructions in their entirety before submitting the forms. If you have any questions, please call the office at (607) 777-6305.
University-Wide Late Add and
Student Petition Request for Late Add or Late Course Withdrawal
Late Course Withdrawal Petition Information (pdf 60KB)
|Overload Request Form:
|General Academic Petition:
Submit to Harpur Academic Advising, AB G-18
|Transfer Credit Petitions and
Degree Audit Help Desk Form
Transfer Credit Petition: MAJOR/MINOR REQUIREMENTS ONLY (.pdf)
Transfer Credit Petition: GENERAL EDUCATION, HARPUR AND ELECTIVE CREDITS ONLY
1. You must be a Harpur College student or pursuing a Harpur College minor. Professional school students taking Harpur College courses must petition through the professional school's advising offices.
2. Check the Binghamton University's Course to Course Equivalency site to see if the course appears.
3. Please complete all relevant sections of the petition. Incomplete petitions will not be reviewed.
4. Please complete one petition for EACH course you wish to take.
You will receive an email indicating the result of your petition within 5 business days of submission.
|Harpur College Degree Audit Help Desk Form
The Harpur College Degree Audit Help Desk allows you to quickly and easily submit your degree audit question to the Harpur College Degree Audit Coordinator. Students requesting assistance for the following should complete this form:
Please make sure to complete all of the required fields and use the menu options to select the appropriate exception.
Please do not include your social security number on any electronic or print correspondence.
AP Laboratory Science Requirement Form
The Binghamton University General Education Laboratory (L) requirement may be satisfied by an Advanced Placement (AP) score of 3 or better in Biology, Chemistry, or Environmental Science only. You must have received a passing grade in the corresponding high school course and have documentation of the laboratory activities in order for your request to be considered.
Please use the form from the General Education website to obtain approval of laboratory activities from a Binghamton University faculty member from the respective department. Complete Part 1 of the form and then contact the faculty member indicated on the form for more information on the type of documentation required to demonstrate laboratory activities.
Applications to Transfer to Another School
Submit these forms with stamped addressed envelopes to Harpur Academic Advising (AB-G18). Applications should be filled out completely and signed. Please allow at least five days for processing.
Closed-Course Petitioning Procedures by Academic Department (.pdf)
Use this document to determine departmental procedures for petitioning into closed courses at the beginning of a semester.
Letter of Good Standing Release Form (.pdf, 1mb)
Under the provisions of FERPA, Harpur College Academic Advising cannot discuss your student records with other persons or entities without your expressed consent. Some colleges/universities require letters of good standing from your home institution. In order to provide these letters, you must complete this form to permit us to release your records to the college/university.
Release of Student Information Form (.pdf) This form is to be used for the purposes of the Harpur Academic Advising Office only
Under the provisions of FERPA, Harpur College Academic Advising cannot discuss your student records with other persons or entities without your expressed consent. This form allows you to give consent to specified persons, for a specified amount of time. Use this form only when requested or necessary.
Semester/University Withdrawal Form (.pdf)
Use this form to withdraw from ALL classes for the current semester. Obtain any necessary signatures and submit the completed form to the Office of Financial Aid & Student Records (Student Wing 119) no later than the last day of classes.
Last Updated: 11/3/14