Earn College Credit While You’re Still in High School
SUNY Sullivan’s High School Concurrent Enrollment programs allows high school students to enroll in college credit classes via SUNY Sullivan at the same time that you’re working toward your high school diploma. These classes are either taught by your high school teachers and held at your high school, offered on our campus, or delivered online. See your Guidance Counselor for more information.
Students who are home schooled and who meet all admission requirements may take college courses on SUNY Sullivan’s campus, or online through our digital campus. Home schooled students are eligible for study in the college’s 24-Hour equivalency program.
If you’d like to attend SUNY Sullivan part time and work toward earning your degree or certificate, click through to the My SUNY Sullivan portal and begin the application process.
Students Enrolled at Another College
If you’re enrolled at another college and looking to take a course or two to supplement your education, SUNY Sullivan has a variety of options. In addition to our regular fall and spring semesters, we offer Summer Session and Winter Session courses, with most classes available online so you can take them from wherever you are. Be sure to check with your home college to make sure these credits will transfer.
Personal Enrichment/Community Learning Classes
SUNY Sullivan offers a wide range of Community Learning classes throughout the year. These classes/workshops are mainly non-credit courses for personal enrichment and continuing education. In addition to offering the majority of classes at our Loch Sheldrake campus, we also offer classes at the Narrowsburg Union.
So whether you’re looking to learn how to paint with watercolors, improve your health with yoga or dance, or enhance your cooking and baking skills, we have something for you!
Continuing Education and Professional Development
If you’re a business owner who wants to improve the success of your company, SUNY Sullivan is happy to work with you to develop customized training packages for your employees.
Individuals looking to enhance your career skills should look through our list of Community Learning courses. Throughout the year we offer courses in Microsoft Excel, Notary Public Workshop, the New York State Real Estate Salesperson Course, Insurance courses and more.
In addition, we offer online non-credit courses and programs through Ed2Go, Mind Edge, Career Step, and Cape, in categories such as Business, Computer Applications, HealthCare, Insurance, Writing and Publishing, and more.
Students Who Would Like to Audit a Class
Any individual may opt to audit a course. While you don’t receive college credit for the class, you may participate in class discussions and other activities and/or present examinations and other papers to be reviewed by the instructor. Please see SUNY Sullivan’s catalogue section, Auditing a Course, for more information.