Accepted Student Next Steps


Congratulations and welcome! Now that you have been accepted to Morrisville State College, you're probably full of questions. What happens next? What do I need to do to prepare for school? How do I get my schedule? Where will I live? This short guide is for you!


Once you are accepted to Morrisville State College you are required to submit an advance deposit that will be applied toward tuition and secure your space in your chosen major. As a commuter student attending the Norwich campus, you are required to submit a $100 pre-admission tuition deposit.


If you wish to receive federal loans and/or grant money, you must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Form. This can be accessed at and must be renewed every year. For students who reside in New York, a TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) Application can be completed by visiting to determine eligibility to receive New York grant money. In addition, a wide variety of scholarships and awards are available, and there may be other forms of assistance available as well. For more information please visit


Morrisville State College's Web for Students area is a secure online area that allows you to access:

  • Your Financial Aid Information
  • Your Course Schedule

As a Morrisville State College student, you'll also use Web for Students to check your grades and much more. Web for Students requires you to input the Morrisville I.D. and PIN provided to you in your acceptance packet.

What do I do if I lose my Web For Students PIN?
Please call the Admissions Office at 315-684-6046 so that a new PIN can be assigned to you.

What if my Web for Students PIN becomes disabled?
Please call the Registrar's Office at 315-684-6066 so that it can be reset.


The Morrisville State College Mathematics Placement Test is an on-line, multiple-choice test that is divided into four parts of varying lengths and has 60 questions in total. The test is designed to be completed in one sitting, and generally takes most students no longer than two hours. Please note, that math placement is not determined solely by this test. The Faculty of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science will review all relevant academic materials to determine your final class placement. If you require testing accommodations, please contact your Admissions Advisor to make individual arrangements.  Mathematics Placement Test Instructions


As an incoming freshman, transfer or readmission student, your school office will build your course schedule for you. Each subsequent semester, students will be responsible for meeting with their faculty advisors to formulate their own schedules.


The college bookstore website allows you to view all textbooks that are required for your courses. Students have the option of pre-ordering their textbooks at the beginning of each semester.