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All in-person Continuing Education and Business Central (non-credit) courses scheduled to begin or to continue between May 12, 2020 are cancelled, with few exceptions (see below). 

Online classes, or classes that have moved to a distance learning format, scheduled during this time will run. Classes that are already online or have made this transition include:

  • Python for Data Analytics
  • Startup Adk
  • Notary Public License Exam Prep (online)
  • All Ed2Go online short courses and workforce training programs

We are working with instructors in the following classes to assess the feasibility of moving the classes to a distance learning format. We have not cancelled these classes at this time and will update enrolled students as to the status of these classes shortly.

  • Barre
  • Beginning Guitar
  • Ayurvedic Guide to Health
  • Writing and Selling Your Book
  • Landscaping Your Home
  • Notary Public License Exam Prep- May 1 session

There are no in-person services available in the Office of Continuing Education at this time, as staff are working remotely. The Continuing Education main phone line is being checked regularly and all staff are available via email. There may be a slight delay in our response, but we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Phone: 518.743.2238
Email: conted@sunyacc.edu


The Office of Continuing Education offers non-credit courses for students ages 7 to 97, truly creating endless possibilities for learning. Take a class at our Queensbury campus, SUNY Adirondack Saratoga in Wilton, online, off-campus or at your own location.

  • Business & Career Training
  • Youth programming
  • Adventure sports
  • Personal Enrichment

Browse our Spring 2020 Continuing Education Catalog

Register online!

If you would like to receive a printed copy of the Spring catalog, please email us your request to be added to our mailing and/or email list. You can also call 518.743.2238.

SUNY Adirondack's Office of Continuing Education is accepting applications for the SUNY Workforce Development Training Grant. This grant is designed to support customized employee training projects at businesses within New York State and connect companies with the workforce training resources at community colleges. It is part of the larger Workforce Development Initiative awarded through the Consolidated Funding Application.

Individual companies in Warren, Washington and/or northern Saratoga counties may apply, or groups of companies may apply as a consortium. Applications for this competitive grant will be accepted on a rolling basis until funds are depleted or training project timelines are no longer viable. Projects must conclude by June 30, 2020. 

Download the SUNY Adirondack 2019-2020 SUNY Grant Information PDF for more details about the grant. 

To access the online application, go to http://bit.ly/SUNYAdirondackWorkforceTrainingGrant_2019_2020