Extended Campus

The Extended Campus Program was developed by the School of Education to "extend" the walls of the University beyond the physical boundaries of the main campus. The program provides multiple options for professional development and emphasizes the School's and University's commitment to a strong field orientation in graduate education.

Course offerings seek to address the unique professional development needs of a broad range of educators and education communities in Central New York. All program areas within the School of Education offer courses through the extended campus. Courses are taught by both full-time School of Education professors and recognized expert practitioners in their fields. In-class and online courses are offered.

For information about current and future course offerings, please contact Michelle Mondo, Extended Campus Coordinator, at (315) 443-2685.

What Are The Advantages of Extended Campus Courses?

  • Reduced tuition for part-time study.
  • Courses are conveniently located in off campus sites with easy parking.
  • Courses are designed specifically to support professional development needs and interests.
  • Courses are applicable to certification and degree requirements within program guidelines.
  • Access to SU libraries, computer clusters, gyms, and other workout facilities.

Who Takes Advantage of Extended Campus Offerings?

Students who seek out our Extended Campus courses include working professionals who are pursuing graduate degrees part-time, full-time master's and doctoral students, and other professionals who are exploring their potentials and possibilities. Extended Campus course offerings are for professionals who are:

  • interested in career changes or advancement
  • considering an advanced graduate degree
  • searching for meaningful professional development opportunities
  • pursuing certification in a wide range of areas
  • lifelong learners with the zest to grow

For further information contact Extended Campus Coordinator Michelle Mondo at (315) 443-2685 or visit us in 150 Huntington Hall. New graduate students can register by mail or fax. Returning graduate students can register online.