SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education is committed to providing a comprehensive variety of high quality programs that reflect the lifelong learning interests of our local population. These non-credit courses, workshops, and seminars are intended to provide opportunities for personal enrichment, skills enhancement, and professional development to the public sector, private industry, and the community at large.
Continuing Education is committed to fostering the type of environment in which students can enjoy their learning experiences and offers high quality programs presented by qualified, experienced instructors. Our professional staff coordinate classes year round for students of all ages, offering a wide variety of programming to meet the diverse needs of the community. Classes are offered in the fall and spring semesters for area residents, in addition to summer programs for kids and teens. Continuing Education also works with organizations and businesses in the region to provide customized training for employees.
Continuing Education professionals regularly confer with various community organizations including local schools and PTAs, the Workforce Investment Board, the One-Stop Career Centers of Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties, local chambers of commerce, and BOCES. This outreach enables Continuing Education to stay abreast of what’s happening both in the business community and the region at large. Continuing Education partners with organizations in the region to offer special educational programs annually like Girls Go STEM and National Manufacturing and STEAM Day. Many Continuing Education classes are taught by regional business owners and professionals, area experts and SUNY Adirondack faculty.
SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education offers open enrollment courses in business and career training and personal enrichment to provide the educational opportunities that people need in order to continue to grow and thrive in both their professional and personal lives. Youth programming is offered throughout the year with special educational events and summer courses. Customized contract training is available year-round to meet individual and business needs. Customized Outdoor Education programming is also offered through Continuing Education.
Courses are offered at both the Queensbury campus and SUNY Adirondack Saratoga in addition to online and at community and business sites. Contact Continuing Education by phone at 518-743-2238 or visit http://www.sunyacc.edu/continuing-ed.