Registration

Non-credit course registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. All courses and programs are subject to cancellation for insufficient enrollment, so please register early. See the links below for more information:


HOW TO REGISTER

Online registration: Select the applicable form below. Processing occurs during normal business hours. After your request has been processed, you will be contacted with a confirmation of enrollment and billed, or notified if we are unable to register you for your specified course(s).

By email: Send form to conted@sunyacc.edu.

By phone: 518-743-2238

By fax: Fax completed registration form to 518-743-2318.

Printable registration form for Continuing Education classes (PDF): Non-Credit Course Registration Form
 

In person: Register at SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education, 640 Bay Road, Queensbury, NY 12804 (8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding campus closures and holidays).

Drop off your paper registration form at SUNY Adirondack Saratoga, 696 Route 9, Wilton, NY 12831 (call 518-584-3959 for business hours and availability). Please note: Those seeking registration less than a week before their course begins are strongly encouraged to register online or by phone instead to ensure their registration is processed in time.

 

Motorcycle Course Registration: Motorcycle registrations are only available online through the Adirondacks and Beyond Motorcycle Safety website. View available courses under Motorcycle Training in our Continuing Education catalog, or call Adirondacks and Beyond Motorcycle Safety at 518-668-5589 for more information.

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COVID-19 VACCINATION COMPLIANCE INFORMATION

PLEASE NOTE: For students taking on-campus non-credit classes at SUNY Adirondack’s Queensbury campus, SUNY Adirondack Saratoga in Wilton or the Culinary Arts Center in Glens Falls, proof of a full course of COVID-19 vaccination is required to be submitted to SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education before your class starts. A full course is defined as one dose of the Janssen/Johnson and Johnson or two doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Proof of vaccination must be received by the Office of Continuing Education by 4 p.m. on the last business day before your course start date. At this time, only a picture of the front of your official vaccination card or immunization record from your doctor's office clearly indicating your name, the type and the date of vaccination will be accepted as proof of vaccination. Boosters are strongly encouraged.

  • Submit proof of full COVID-19 vaccination before your class in one of these ways:
  • If you need to seek a medical or religious exemption from this policy, please use the "Request for Medical Exemption to COVID-19 Immunization Form" or "Request for Religious Exemption to COVID Vaccination Form" available on the Registrar Forms page.
  • You may not participate in an on-campus class unless you have already submitted proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to the Office of Continuing Education or have an approved medical or religious exemption on file with the Registrar’s office.

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COURSE PAYMENT

Course registration is an automatic commitment of full payment to SUNY Adirondack. Payment shall be made:

By Cash or Credit Card:

All students must register for courses with the Office of Continuing Education prior to using these payment methods.

Cash payment must be made at the Student Accounts Cashier Window in Warren Hall or at SUNY Adirondack Saratoga (call 518-584-3959 to check availability), with a copy of the Student Schedule and Bill.

Credit card payment must be made either at the Office of Continuing Education, at the Student Accounts Cashier Window in Warren Hall or at SUNY Adirondack Saratoga (call 518-584-3959 to check availability), with a copy of the Student Schedule and Bill, or by using e-cashier. A $1 nonrefundable NELNET Enrollment Fee will be assessed for each e-cashier payment. Full payments are deducted immediately from the account provided on the NELNET agreement.

Third Party/Employer-Paid Tuition:
Please mail or fax a letter to the Office of Continuing Education on company letterhead authorizing SUNY Adirondack to bill the company. This letter must be included with the registration material.

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LEARNING CERTIFICATES

Give the gift of education! We are offering giftable Learning Certificates, perfect for giving to friends, loved ones or colleagues. Gift a specific Continuing Education course or an amount of your choosing. Learning Certificates can be purchased for family, friends or coworkers, but the recipient must register for the applicable course(s) with the Office of Continuing Education in order to redeem the certificate. Certificates can be purchased by completing the Learning Certificate Request form here. Processing occurs during normal business hours, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, except during college closures. Questions? Contact our office at conted@sunyacc.edu or 518-743-2238.
 

COURSE DROP, REFUND & TUITION LIABILITY POLICY

Requests for drop/withdrawal and/or refunds for all Continuing Education courses (including all open enrollment, youth enrichment, international education and online ed2go) must be submitted by a student, a student’s significant other, a student’s legal guardian, or an employer who has provided us with a letter of intent for registration and payment for an individual. Requests must be made by phone, fax, email or in person prior to the class start.

Please note:

  • All drop/withdrawal and refund requests must be received during regular business hours. Requests submitted after the office has closed for the day will not be processed until the following business day. The Office of Continuing Education is open from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding College holidays and closures.
  • Students will receive confirmation of a drop/withdrawal and/or refund or remaining liability via mail. If a student has not received a confirmation via email, the drop request has not been received and processed.
  • All refunds will take the form of a check, made out to the student and make take up to 21 business days to be processed.
  • Course registrations may not be transferred to another person. If a student is unable to attend a class, they may not send someone else in their stead.
  • No refunds will be granted for non-attendance. If a student has not withdrawn from a course, they are liable for the course and material fees even if they choose not to attend.
  • When materials and/or textbooks are distributed for a course, regardless of course length, students are liable for cost of those materials even if they withdraw from the course.
  • Some courses have published registration and refund cutoff dates to ensure purchase of textbooks and/or course materials.
  • Summer youth courses, ed2go courses, international education trips, and certification testing services have their own withdrawal and student liability policies.
  • Payment is due at the time of registration. Non-payment may result in balance being turned over to a collection agency. All collection fees, including reasonable attorney fees, will be the responsibility of the student.
  • Requests for special consideration for refund and/or bill adjustments can be made by filling out the Non-Credit Request for Refund/Bill Adjustment form.
  • Students are not liable for any class and materials fees for any classes cancelled by the Office of Continuing Education and will be refunded for fees paid.

 

Course Drop/Tuition Liability Policy

(Except for Summer Youth courses, ed2go courses, and International Education trips)

Courses eight weeks and longer:                      

Time of Withdrawal/Course Cancellation

Student Liability Amount*

Prior to the first class

0%

During the first week of classes       

25% course fees

During the second week of classes

50% course fees

During the third week of classes

75% course fees

After the third week of classes         

100% course fees

 

Courses three to seven weeks:

Time of Withdrawal/Course Cancellation

Student Liability Amount*

Prior to the first class

0%

During the first week of classes       

75% course fees

After the second week of classes         

100% course fees

 

Courses two weeks and shorter:

Time of Withdrawal/Course Cancellation

Student Liability Amount*

Prior to the first class

0%

After the first class, but before the second

75% course fees

After the start of the second class   

100% course fees

For one-session classes, after the class

100% course fees

 

Online asynchronous (self-paced) courses of any length:

Time and Status of Course Access at Withdrawal/Course Cancellation

Student Liability Amount**

Prior to the class start date, assuming student has not accessed any portion of the online course

0%

After class start date, assuming student has not accessed any portion of the online course

0%

At any point after registration, if course has been accessed*

100% course fees

 

* When materials and/or textbooks are distributed for a course, regardless of course length, students are liable for cost of those materials even if they withdraw from the course.

** If a student accesses the course content and materials via online course spaces (i.e., Blackboard, Google Classroom, etc.), no refund will be payable.

Please note: The Course Drop/Refund Policy deadlines do not apply to enrollment in Youth Enrichment programming. These program deadlines are defined in the individual course registration materials.

 

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