About our Campuses
What is an SLN Campus?
SUNY Learning Network member campuses work with SLN to provide enhanced online learning experiences and support to online students.
SLN supports campuses with educational training for faculty, developed especially for online teaching and learning, as well as advanced technology support and HelpDesk services.
This support gives SUNY SLN online students the opportunity to work in virtual classrooms that foster intensive interaction, individual attention, high standards, and enhanced learning outcomes.
SUNY campuses are your classrooms.
When you take an online course at SUNY, you are actually signing up or registering with the campus offering the degree program or course you are interested in. You'll receive sign up and log in instructions from the campus or instructor, and work with that campus on scheduling, transcripts, registration and specific details like book requirements and start dates.
What do I do if I want to take courses at different campuses?
You'll need to sign up for the course at the campus offering the course. This may mean signing up at more than one campus. If you are interested in a degree program, make sure all your courses will transfer by contacting the registrar at each campus before you sign up. You can also check transferability between SUNY campuses on the SUNY Transfer Paths web page.