In the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions .
Cornell’s Adult University: Education Vacations
Cornell’s Adult University (CAU) offers weeklong noncredit courses on campus in the summer for adults and families. During the fall, winter, and spring, CAU offers weekend seminars and longer domestic programs as well as international study tours. Developed and led by distinguished members of the Cornell faculty, all programs are inspired by the conviction that one of the roles of a great university is to provide a bridge between traditional formal education and informal, noncredit study. For information, visit cau.cornell.edu, e-mail email@example.com, call (607) 255-6260, or write to Cornell’s Adult University, B20 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-2801.
English for Non-native Speakers
English for International Students and Scholars (EISS), offered during Summer Session as well as during the spring and fall semesters, is a course for visiting scholars and others seeking improvement in basic English-language skills, with special emphasis on proficiency in spoken English. For more information, visit sce.cornell.edu/eiss, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (607) 255-7259.
Executive and Professional Programs
Once you’re out in the work world, you may be interested in the short, high-level executive education programs that the School presents on campus, online, and in locations worldwide. These courses are taught by Cornell faculty and distinguished leaders in many fields and provide opportunities to hone skills, increase effectiveness, stay abreast of changes in the work world, and network with colleagues. Programs also can be designed to respond to the specific needs and interests of corporations, professional societies, and other groups. For information, visit sce.cornell.edu/ps, e-mail email@example.com, call (607) 255-7259, or write to Professional Studies, B20 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-2801.
The School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions (SCE) actively supports a number of programs and activities that serve the common good. Among these are programs that offer employees, retirees, and area residents an opportunity to study at Cornell at little or no cost; free summer events for area residents, visitors, and the campus community; and the Cornell Prison Education Program. For a complete list of the School’s outreach programs, visit sce.cornell.edu/sce/outreach.php, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, call (607) 255-4987, or write to SCE at B20 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-2801.