The School of Continuing Education (SCE) is working with Cornell leadership to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and help ensure the health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, and community.
- Please visit the Cornell coronavirus website regularly for updates, information, and resources for students.
- Review the links below for information about SCE programs and contact us if you have any questions.
We are dedicated to helping you continue your education during this difficult time.
Wishing you well, the staff at Cornell SCE
Cornell SCE operating status
Although our office in B20 Day Hall is closed and we are working remotely, we remain open for business by phone and email and (by appointment) via Zoom.
For general inquiries
- Email: email@example.com
- Call: 607.255.4987
Or review the Cornell SCE contact page.
Cornell CAU Youth Programs
Although CAU is unable to offer on-campus, in-person programming at this time, we have developed virtual content for youth and teens, ages 10–15.Learn more about youth and teen programming
Learn more about youth programs and COVID-19.
Contact Youth Programs for more information.
Due to COVID-19, precollege programs are currently being held online.
This spring and summer, earn credits while taking regular Cornell classes taught by university faculty. Learn more about online study.
Learn more about Precollege Studies and COVID-19.
Contact Precollege Studies for more information.
Due to COVID-19, the majority of Summer 2021 courses will be held online.
Learn more about Summer Study and COVID-19.
Contact Summer Session for more information.
Spring /Fall Part-Time Study
Please review our page on part-time study and COVID-19 for updates on spring /fall classes, student resources, and contact information.
Cornell in Washington
Currently, the Cornell in Washington summer term is set to proceed as scheduled. Visit CIW and COVID-19 for updates.
is set to proceed as an online offering.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, the next offerings of the Administrative Management Institute and the Cornell University Viticulture & Enology Experience are to be determined.
Contact Professional Studies for more information.
CAU Education Vacations (on campus and around the world)
Although CAU is unable to offer travel or on-campus, in-person programming at this time, we have developed virtual content for adults.
Online offerings for adults consist of weeklong and weekend courses, evening webinars, and other classes featuring live lectures and discussions with Cornell faculty, and opportunities for interactive activities with other intellectually curious people.Learn more about adult programming
Learn more about CAU on-campus programs and COVID-19.
To learn about the status of our study tours around the world, visit CAU trips and COVID-19.
Contact CAU for more information.