Credit-Bearing Academic Degree Programs
- Culinary Arts
- Pastry Arts
- Professional Chef
- Hospitality & Tourism Management
- Tourism (Certificate)
- Adventure Sports Management (future program)
- Golf Management (future program)
Community Learning Non-Credit Personal Enrichment Courses
These hands-on experiences are offered at the Loch Sheldrake campus and at the Narrowsburg Union kitchen and are taught by SUNY Sullivan faculty. Examples include the Friday Night Flavor Series and classes such as:
- Knife Skills 101
- Farm to Table Vegetarian Delights
- The Greek Kitchen
- Tipsy Desserts
- Kids Cooking Classes
Held in the college’s Grossinger Dining Room and prepared by Culinary and Pastry Arts students, these restaurant experiences allow hospitality-related business owners to enjoy a three-course meal while identifying potential employees.
The SUNY Sullivan Bakery Café
Open each Wednesday morning during the fall semester to provide Culinary and Pastry Arts students with baking, entrepreneurial, and customer service experience. The café is open to the community.
Summer Learning Packages
Summer visitors will enjoy upscale field trips to local farms, farmer’s markets, cideries and distilleries to purchase ingredients, following by a cooking class led by the Director of the Catskill Hospitality Institute.
Professional Development Training
Offered for culinary and hospitality professionals and includes TIPS® (Training for Intervention Procedures) and ServSafe® Food Safety Training.
Collaborations with community partners
such as the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association, Sullivan Renaissance, the Catskills Food Hub, and many other organizations allow SUNY Sullivan to develop and offer customized learning experiences.
Whether it’s at your place of business or in a classroom setting on campus, SUNY Sullivan staff and faculty are available to help you design and offer professional development trainings.
Contact SUNY Sullivan at (845) 434-5750, ext. 4252 or 4377 to learn more about what the Institute can do for you!
The Catskill Hospitality Institute at SUNY Sullivan: Where a history of hospitality education meets the future of tourism.