Guides and Topics Index

SUNYRA has assembled a series of guides and topic collections focussed on current events, policies, law, initiatives, and  general developments in higher education that are important to registrars. Use this list, or the menu at the top of the page to access the guides.  If you have any suggestion, or would like to see something else here, please let us know.

Guides

Guides feature relevant links to related to specific areas of policy and operations that are important to Registrars.

  • 150% and Program-Level NSLDS Reporting Resources
    Assembles recent guidance and documentation regarding new NSLDS requirements for program-level reporting required for the "150% legislation" for federal student loans.
  • Article 129-B - "Enough is Enough" Legislation
    The “Enough is Enough” legislation will require all colleges to adopt a set of comprehensive procedures and guidelines to address sexual violence, including a uniform definition of affirmative consent, a statewide amnesty policy, and expanded access to law enforcement.
  • Compliance Resources
    Includes resource links and information for FERPA, the Solomon Act, Student Right to Know, Voter Registration, and other federal and state compliance and regulatory resources.
  • FERPA Resources
    SUNY, Organization Resources and Federal Resources
  • SUNY Resources
    SUNY policy repositories, guides and publications.
  • SUNY Social Media and Web Resources
    Various social media and communication tools used by SUNY and its units or initiatives.
  • Related Offices and Programs
    Offices, programs and units support the work of Registrars or help to maintain and enforce compliance.

Topic Collections

Topic collections feature current news sources, materials and announcements in addition to providing access to external resources.

  • Common Application
    Resources related to the Common Application and associated schools.
  • e-Transcripts
    Resources related to electronic transcript formats and exchange processes.  Includes information concerning the current SUNY project.
  • Reverse Transfer
    Resources related to reverse transfer processes and initiatives.