SUNY Westchester Community College at Peekskill Center will offer a weekend program option for busy adults
SUNY Westchester Community College announced that it will offer a college weekend program at its Peekskill Center designed for busy adults who spend their weekdays working and caring for family.
Adults can earn up to nine credits this semester. These credits are easily transferable to 4-year institutions and support liberal arts degrees for social studies and for math and science. Courses offered include college algebra, introductory psychology, lifespan development, and several writing courses.
Classes begin September 8 and end December 21. All Saturday classes are held in person at the SUNY WCC Peekskill Center located at 27 North Division Street in Peekskill. Classes offered only on Sundays will be online only. Classes offered on Saturdays and Sundays will be offered in a hybrid format, which combines online and in-person instruction.
“SUNY WCC’s new weekend program offers busy adults a convenient start to their academic journey,” said Dr Sherry Mayo, director of the Peekskill Extension Center. “This program empowers adults to create the life they want while acknowledging the time constraints that might otherwise prevent them from pursuing their activities. Adults who haven’t been in the classroom for many years will appreciate the intimate setting with personal attention that will help them focus more on their lessons and keep them on the path to success.
For more details, visit www.sunywcc.edu/peekskill/weekends.