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SUNY Sullivan’s Summer courses begin

SUNY Sullivan’s next series of Summer Courses begin June 26 and July 5, with almost two dozen classes to choose from, and with in-state tuition reduced by 33% off the regular rate. The sessions are a combination of online and on campus classes.

SUNY Sullivan is once again offering its current and prospective students a financial break – a 33% discount on in-state tuition. Students who enroll in Summer Session 2017 will do so at a cost of only $130 per credit. A 3-credit on-line course totals $420, which includes a $10 per credit online fee. That amounts to just $130 per credit. For students paying out of-state tuition rates, discounts will bring the cost down to $260 per credit, plus the $10 per credit online fee.

SUNY Sullivan’s Summer Sessions provides students with an excellent opportunity to get a jump on Fall Semester, fulfill their General Ed requirements, or just catch up on credits. Students should check with the SUNY Sullivan Financial Aid Office to determine if courses will be covered by aid. Other fees may apply, depending on the course.

Theory & Techniques of Coaching will be held from June 26 – July 24.

The session that begins on July 5 and ends on August 10 offers the following classes: Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, International Business, Introduction to Casino Operations, Gaming Industry, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Composition II, U.S. History and the Paranormal, Introduction to Jazz, Elementary Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Statistics for the Social Sciences, Developmental Psychology, Health Sciences Applied to Coaching, Principles of Biology I, and Human Anatomy & Physiology II.

Both the Introduction to Gaming and Gaming Industry classes can be taken as stand-alone classes or can be counted toward the college’s 15-credit online Certificate in Casino Operations.

American Sign Language I will be held from July 25 – August 17.

To find out more, visit To begin the registration process online, students should visit and complete a part-time registration form. For more information, call (845) 4345750, extension 4302.