Non-credit course registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. All courses and programs are subject to cancellation for insufficient enrollment. Register by filling out a registration form and submitting it to the Office of Continuing Education.
Online: Fill out our Registration Request Form. 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).
In-person: Monday - Friday, 8:00am- 4:00pm. The Office of Continuing Education is located in the north end of Adirondack Hall, in suite 142.
By mail: Office of Continuing Education, SUNY Adirondack, 640 Bay Rd., Queensbury, NY 12804
By phone: Monday – Friday, 8:00am- 4pm by calling 518.743.2238
By fax: Fax form to 518.743.2318, processing occurs during normal business hours
By email: Send form to email@example.com, processing occurs during normal business hours
Motorcycle Course Registration
Motorcycle registrations are only available online via www.adkmc.com.
SUNY Adirondack encourages persons with disabilities to participate in official college programs, events, and activities. Reasonable accommodations can be requested by contacting SUNY Adirondack Accessibility Services at 518.743.2282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Check: Made payable to SUNY Adirondack. Payment by check can be made by mail along with a completed registration form or in person during regular business hours.
By Cash or Credit Card:
- Cash payment must be made at the Business Office in Warren Hall, with a copy of the Student Schedule and Bill.
- Credit card payment must be made at the Office of Continuing Education or at the Student Accounts Window in Warren Hall, with a copy of the Student Schedule and Bill or by clicking HERE, using e-cashier. A $1.00 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.
Course Drop/Refund Policy
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 8am till 4pm, 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.