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SCE News, December 5, 2023

When cult movies—films with a passionate fanbase and oft-quoted dialogue—are discussed in academic settings, works such as "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" or "The Big Lebowski" are frequently used as

by Shelley Preston,
SCE News, November 21, 2023

Since Cornell’s Winter Session debut in 1975, thousands of students have had an opportunity to get ahead in their studies, catch up on coursework or learn something new while earning

by Shelley Preston,
SCE News, November 15, 2023

This Winter Session, students have a rare opportunity to visit "Planet Rap: Where Hip-Hop Came from and Where It's Going (MUSIC 2370)." Only offered during Winter Session once before,

by Shelley Preston,
SCE News, November 8, 2023

Through Cornell’s Precollege Studies Programs, offered by the School of Continuing Education (SCE), high school students have an opportunity to study with top-notch Cornell faculty and take credit courses alongside

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell Chronicle, October 18, 2023

This January, students can study accounting, animal science, arts, biology, business, debate, design, economics, government, hip-hop, hospitality, and marketing during Winter Session Online 2024.

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell SCE, September 11, 2023

Before Esha Patel became a freshman at Cornell University's Nolan School of Hotel Management this year, she attended Cornell's Precollege Summer program as a high school student where she took

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell Chronicle , August 14, 2023

Staff, faculty, and visiting students can explore new interests, enhance their resumes or strengthen their professional skills through the Fall Part-Time Study program provided by Cornell’s School of Continuing Education.

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell SCE, July 31, 2023

On a recent summer afternoon, on the ground floor of Tjaden Hall, Laura Robert, 70, stood next to a hulking steel ink press used for print making.

“I’m not allowed to

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell SCE, June 10, 2023

Freshmen are required to take a swim test at Cornell. If they don't pass or aren't confident to take it, they can meet the requirement by taking the "Beginning Swim"

Cornell SCE, May 30, 2023

From music on the Arts Quad to fascinating talks, the 2023 Free Summer Events Series at Cornell will offer a fresh mix of entertainment and education open to the public.

Cornell SCE, 2023

Sydney Zarb, a senior at Miss Porter's School in Farmington, CT, said her experience taking VTBMS 1200 Veterinary Medicine: Science and Practice during Cornell Precollege Summer program fueled her dream

Cornell SCE, May 8, 2023

In this video, Dr. Christopher J. Miller from Cornell’s Department of Music talks about MUSIC 1343 offered June 20--July 1, 2023 during Summer Session. Students in this online course will

Cornell SCE, May 1, 2023

For the first time, Honey Bees: Their Intriguing Biology and Interactions with Humans (ENTOM 2030) will be offered during Summer Session 2023.

This online course, taught by Dr.

by Shelley Preston,
The Chronicle, April 7, 2023

Innovation and entrepreneurial leadership defined Jermy’s career

It’s hard to imagine a time when email didn’t exist at Cornell, but Charles W. Jermy Jr. remembers. The former dean began his career

by Shelley Preston,
SCE News, April 5, 2023

This summer, students can explore business management in the center of global business by taking The Business World in New York City, offered by Cornell’s School of Continuing Education

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell Chronicle, March 29, 2023

C. Evan Stewart '74, JD '77, director of the Cornell University Prelaw Program, discusses this intensive, six-week summer program. The program features a four-credit course, "Introduction to the American Legal

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell Chronicle, March 16, 2023

Cornell students, students from other universities, and adult learners are invited to enroll now in Cornell's Summer Session, which features on-campus, online, and off-campus courses. Students can earn up to

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell Chronicle, March 6, 2023

Cornell's Summer and Winter Sessions are great times for students to learn American Sign Language outside the busy fall and spring semesters. Watch a video where instructor Matilda Prestano explains

by Shelley Preston,
Cornell Chronicle, January 20, 2023

Physical education as an online credit course? In winter?

Watch the video to hear why freshman Nic Oke decided to take an online PE course from his family residence near Baltimore,