Facts about Cornell

Does Cornell offer non-degree study, travel programs for families, and other informal learning opportunities?

Through CyberTower, you can have access to Cornell expertise and knowledge wherever you happen to be, whenever you have the time and inclination. For details on how to use CyberTower, visit its web site.

Cornell's Adult University (CAU) offers a variety of on-campus summer informal education programs, as well as wonderful education vacation trips throughout the world. For details, see CAU's web site.

Anyone who is not currently enrolled in a degree program at Cornell University can take individual classes at Cornell year-round through the Extramural Study Program, provided they meet class prerequisites and receive the permission of the instructor. In addition to the regular academic-year fall and spring semesters, Cornell offers courses during Winter Session, and Summer Session.

Cornell offers a variety of distributed and distance learning opportunities, credit and non-credit. These are summarized on the Cornell Information Technologies Distributed Learning Services web site.

Contact the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions to learn more about current credit-bearing distance learning courses at Cornell, and about how corporations and organizations can work with the staff to custom-design courses tailored for their needs.

Access to Cornell University's top-rated colleges, schools, and programs enables eCornell to create career-enhancing non-credit Internet education experiences that have the flexibility and interaction between faculty members and students that corporate professionals expect.