Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I get an Enrollment Verification?

  1. Log on to your KnightWeb account.
  2. Click on "Student Menu".
  3. Click on "Student Records".
  4. Click on "Enrollment Verification".
  5. Print the verification, and you can use it for insurance, scholarships etc.

2. How can I find out who my advisor is?

  1. Sign into your KnightWeb account.
  2. Click on "Student Menu".
  3. Click on "Student Records".
  4. Click on "Student Information".
  5. Look at name under "Primary Advisor".
  6. You can type your advisor's name into the "People Search" on the Geneseo website to find their email address.

3. How can I find out my time slot for registration?

  1. Sign into your KnightWeb account.
  2. Click on "Student Menu".
  3. Click on "Registration".
  4. Click on "Check Your Registration Status".
  5. Ensure that you do not have any holds that would prevent you from registering.

4. How can I update my off-campus address?

  1. Sign into your KnightWeb account.
  2. Click on "Personal Information Menu".
  3. Click on "Update Off-Campus Address".
  4. Fill out all relevant information and click "Submit".

5. How can I reset my PIN?

Forgot your PIN?
  1. Enter Geneseo ID number on KnightWeb.
  2. Click on "Forgot PIN?"
  3. Answer security question.
  4. You are directed to reset your PIN.
Got locked out of your KnightWeb account?
  1. Contact the Registrar's office at (585) 245-5566 Monday-Friday between 8-4.
  2. Your PIN will be reset and you will be given a temporary PIN, and asked to create a new PIN upon login.

6. How do I request a transcript?

  1. Order a transcript

7. How do I get a copy of my unofficial transcript?

  1. Log on to your KnightWeb account.
  2. Click Student Menu
  3. Click Student Records
  4. Academic Transcript

8. How do I order a copy of my diploma?

  1. Diploma request form.

9. How long after graduating do I receive my diploma?

To see if your degree has been awarded:
  1. Log on to KnightWeb.
  2. Student Records.
  3. Academic Transcript.
  4. It will say degree awarded with the month and year of your graduation if your degree has been awarded.
  5. The diplomas are mailed approximately 90 days after degree has been awarded.

10. Where do I send my transcript to get credit from other institutions?

Send transcripts to:

SUNY Geneseo
Office of the Registrar
Erwin 102
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454

11. How can I tell if my transfer credit has been processed?

  1. Log on to your KnightWeb account.
  2. Go under student menu.
  3. Student Records
  4. Academic Transcript
  5. The transfer credit will appear as TR along with the name of the equivalent course offered at Geneseo .

12. How can I determine if I have a KnightWeb account?

  1. Any graduate after 1989 and currently enrolled students all have access to KnightWeb with their Geneseo ID number.
  2. If you graduated prior to 1990, you do not have a KnightWeb account but can still request a transcript here.

13. How do I get the registrar to drop a class for me?

  1. If KnightWeb will not allow you to drop a class, and you are within the add/drop/withdraw timeframe, send and email to with: your name, Geneseo ID number and the CRN of the class.

14. How do I complete the Code of Conduct survey?

  1. Log on to your KnightWeb account
  2. Go to answer a survey.
  3. Go to the Code of Conduct survey.
  4. Complete survey.

15. What if I want to change my schedule after orientation?

  1. There will be open registration once all orientations have happened.
  2. You can check your registration date by logging on to KnightWeb then student menu and registration.

16. How do I send my AP scores?

Our office needs to recieve the official document from College Board with your AP scores. You can have College Board send your scores to:

SUNY Geneseo
Office of Admissions
Erwin 116
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454

17. How do my transfer courses count?

Transfer Equivalency

18. What are the requirements for cross-registration?

  1. The requested course is NOT available at the home school.
  2. The student is a full-time undergraduate student at their home school throughout the duration of the requested course. A full-time student is defined as a matriculated student carrying not less than 12 credit hours. You must be a non-matriculated student at the visiting school.
  3. The course shall be applicable toward the student's undergraduate degree program.
  4. Registration is on a space available basis.
  5. Registration dates and deadlines vary by college. You are responsible for contacting the host institution for registration related dates and deadlines and determining which office(s) are responsible for signing your form.
  6. Students are governed by the academic policies of the institution visited with regard to course requirements, withdrawal policies etc.
  7. Cross-registration is not applicable to intersession or summer programs, graduate students or graduate-level courses.
  8. Consult with your Dean or Registrar regarding the policies of transfer credit and inclusion of quality points.
  9. The fees associated with courses may be charged. Please be prepared to pay these fees at the time of registration.