The Office of Continuing and Professional Education is open year round to answer questions and to take registrations. The registration staff is located in the main office, Room 206.
Kingston Center of SUNY Ulster
94 Mary’s Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
Office hours: 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday
NOTE: Due to COVID-19, the hours that the office is open may vary. Please call ahead to be sure.
There are a few ways you can register for one of our courses: in person, by phone, online, by mail or by fax. Please be sure to review our registration policies regarding deadlines and refunds.
Pay by Cash or Check in Person
Come to the Kingston Center and meet with one of our registration team members who can process your registration in person. You can fill out a registration form ahead of time and bring it with you or complete the form when you arrive.
Pay by Credit Card over the phone
Call us directly at 845-339-2025 and we can take your registration information over the phone.
Pay by Credit Card online
While viewing the course listings on our Continuing Education web pages, you can click on the course number which will place your class into a cart to pay.
You may also visit our Register and Pay online portal and enter in the course number manually or search for the course title.
Send in a Check or Money Order by Mail
Fill out our Registration Form and mail it to us with your check or money order (made payable to Ulster County Community
College): KCSU Registration
94 Mary’s Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
Pay with your Credit Card via Fax
Fill out our Registration Form with your credit card information and fax it to: 845-331-2331.
There are a few different course types being offered by the Continuing Education department.
Remote: this is a course that is running on specific dates and times with a live instructor delivering the course remotely via an online conferencing tool such as Zoom or Google Meet.
Online: this is a course that is entirely online with no instructor. The course is often self-paced and accessible to you as you need it in order to complete the program.
Hybrid: this is a combination of both Remote and In-Person instruction. Classroom lecture is generally held remotely via Zoom or Google Meet with some portion of the course held in person.
Combo: this is a course where all the lecture is held remotely vis Zoom or Google Meet with additonal lab training that is held in-person.
KSU: This code refers to our Kingston Center building
SRC: This code refers to our main Stone Ridge Campus
HAR: This code refers to Hardenbergh Hall building at Stone Ridge
VAN: This code refers to John Vanderlyn Hall at Stone Ridge
BUR: This code refers to Burroughs Hall at Stone Ridge
HAS: This code refers to Hasbrouck Hall at Stone Ridge
ALG: This code refers to Algonquin Hall at Stone Ridge
KEL: This coe refers to Kelder Conference Center at Stone Ridge
Christopher Marx, Associate Vice President for Workforce, Economic Development and Community Partnerships
Email: email@example.com - Phone: 845-802-7167
Barbara Reer, Assistant Dean for Workforce, Career Development and Apprenticeship Initiatives
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 845-802-7171
Joe Gonzalez, Coordinator/KCSU & CE Operations
Email: email@example.com - Phone: 845-802-7165
Michelle Lyons, Administrative Aide
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 845-802-7161
Elijah Podell, Registration Clerk
Email: email@example.com - Phone: 845-802-7174
Estelle Smith, Program Coordinator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 845-802-7173
Todd Schmidt, Program Coordinator/ Continuing & Professional Education, IDP/Impaired Driver Program
Email: email@example.com - Phone: 845-687-5017
Joann Dayton-Wolf, Water & Wastewater Program Coordinator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: 845-802-5012
Kevin Fournier, Workforce Development Program Coordinator
Email: email@example.com - Phone: 845-802-7189
Noncredit Service and Transfer Fees
There may be certain fees applied for withdrawing, requesting a transfer from one class or session to another, and for other administrative services.
Any student who is registering for a credit bearing course must adhere to the term registration deadline in order to avoid late fees. Students who are registered for credit courses totalling 6 credits or more are also required to provide medical records. Students who live outside of Ulster County are subject to an “out of county” fee.
Full refunds are issued up to two weeks prior to class. For refund requests less than two weeks prior to the start of class there will be a prorated administrative fee of 25% of the cost of the class up to a maximum of $50. No refunds will be granted on or after the start date of the class.
For grant funded courses or tuition covered through an agreement between the College and a third party, the fee policy may be adjusted according to the conditions or provisions of the contract.
In the event of severe weather conditions or other emergencies, it may be necessary to cancel a class meeting. Such classes are usually made up at a later date. If you are unsure about whether classes are cancelled due to weather, visit the website homepage for any alerts.