Students must confirm that they are fully vaccinated for COVID and upload proof of vaccination to FIT prior to arriving on-campus for in-person courses, as directed in your "Welcome to FIT CCPS" confirmation email. Per SUNY mandate, all students are now required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend in-person classes and continue their enrollment at FIT. Students have until Sept. 27 to be fully vaccinated; weekly PCR testing requirements continue until the Sept. 27 deadline. Refunds will not be issued or adjusted as a result of failing to show confirmation of submission at the door.
Almost anyone can register for noncredit and credit courses at FIT. Here's how to get started:
Noncredit courses are short, intensive seminars or workshops taught by an expert in
the topic. Please see individual course listings for registration deadlines. A mark of either Pass or Fail is awarded at the conclusion of the course. Noncredit
courses begin with a three-letter code (CEO, SUS, SXF, etc.) and may be purchased immediately
through our store below. These courses do not require an application fee. You must be 18 years of age or older to register for noncredit courses, please visit
Precollege Courses if you are not.
- Noncredit Online Registration Store
- Noncredit Refund Procedures and Form
- For additional information on noncredit courses, email [email protected]
Credit courses (non-degree) are officially registered with the State University of
New York and administered by an academic school and department. Tests, assignments,
and grades are provided by FIT faculty. Requirements to register for credit, non-degree
courses are 1) a high school diploma or its equivalent, and 2) the legal ability to
take credit courses in the United States (ie, not on a tourist visa). Credit courses
begin with a two-letter code (HA, GD, EN, etc.) and require an application process
and a $65 processing fee. Please note: this fee is nonrefundable and ONLY for credit bearing courses.
FIT takes various measures to protect personal data and records, including fulfilling its obligations under all applicable laws. To the extent it is applicable, FIT processes personal data in accordance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which provides protections for various information and records while a person is located in the EU. FIT provides notice to students, employees, and website users of what type of data FIT processes, including sensitive personal data, and how and why that data is used and shared through information posted on the GDPR page of FIT’s Privacy website. Please review the applicable notice(s) carefully.