Congratulations on your acceptance to Fulton-Montgomery Community College! Follow these easy step-by-step instructions to complete the enrollment process.
NOTE: If you are interested in Nursing or Radiologic Technology you must complete a separate application. Deadline dates and specific prerequisite requirements apply.
Step 1. Schedule your Placement Test
Do you live in New York City or surrounding areas? We are holding a Special NYC Accepted Student Day on June 30, 2015. Click here for details!
Call the Student Development Center 518-736-FMCC (3622) extension 8140 to schedule your placement test (What is this?)
Click and print your Placement Test Guide and Student Immunization Requirement form. Students residing outside Fulton and Montgomery Counties are required to submit a Certificate of Residence. Click here for more information.
Step 2. Reserve Housing – Commuter students skip to Step 3
All first-year full-time students who relocate to the region for the purposes of attending college at FM are required to live on campus during their first year of attendance, on a space available basis. Students must complete placement testing and pay their $300 Housing Fee before they can reserve housing. Please note, the $300 Housing Fee is non-refundable in the event the student cancels their enrollment. Click here for Fall 2015 Housing Request Form. Complete all housing documents and hand them into the Admissions office the day of your placement test. Housing forms cannot be mailed in advance of your placement test.
Step 3. Register for Classes
Upon completion of your placement test, an appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor to select your classes will be scheduled. Out-of-town students may have their advising appointment completed the same day as their placement test.
If you are a returning student or your placement testing has been waived (contact Admissions for information concerning criteria for placement test waiver) contact the Student Development Center at 518-736-FMCC (3622) extension 8140 to schedule an appointment to meet with Academic Advisor. Check out the class schedule by clicking here.
Step 4. Register for Orientation
Student Activities will mail information regarding Orientation.
• Complete your placement testing and reserve your housing right away! Popular classes fill quickly and housing is limited so don’t delay. Contact the Student Development Center to begin the registration process.
• Apply for financial aid early! File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for aid. Students can apply as early as January 1st for the upcoming Fall semester (ie: January 1, 2012 first day to file FAFSA for the Fall 2012). Go to fafsa.ed.gov . Once you have applied, go to MyAid to check the status of your aid at FM.
• If you have questions, please call the Admissions office 518-736-3622 ext. 8301
Fall 2015 New Student Commuter Orientation Registration (For Students that live within driving distance)
Congratulations on your decision to attend FM starting in the Fall 2015 semester. Orientation is required for all new students. Below is registration information on attending the new commuter student orientation program to learn about college success strategies. Make your transition to college life easier by learning to navigate the system and by becoming an involved student on campus. We have planned a full day of college related activities, including refreshments, which are designed to familiarize you with important college topics.
Fall 2015 New Student Orientation for Resident Students (For Students that will live on Campus)
Orientation will be held on August 31st. You will receive information in the mail.