University College-Part Time Study

University College is the gateway to Syracuse University. For part-time matriculated students whose goal is to pursue a degree or earn a certificate or credential from any of SU’s schools and colleges, for nonmatriculated students interested in continuing education for professional development, and for visiting students who want to take a class and transfer the earned credits to their home institution. University College offers a variety of degree programs, certificates, and noncredit courses in the daytime, evenings, online, and in condensed and accelerated formats.

Learning Disabilities Association of Central New York (LDACNY)

LDACNY is an affiliate of the Learning Disabilities Association of New York State and is the only statewide association in New York that specifically represents the needs and interests of children and adults with learning disabilities, their families and professionals who support them.

Learning Disabilities Association of America’s mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities and to reduce the incidence of learning disabilities in future generations. LDAA is the leading advocate nationally for laws and policies that create opportunities for people with learning disabilities. LDAA frequently joins with other organizations to work on important legislative issues, such as the individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the No Child Left Behind Act.

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Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County

Our mission is to build upon our heritage and collectively support community initiatives that raise literacy levels across the lifespan in Onondaga County. Solving the problem of low literacy gets at the root of educational, social and economic issues in a way that no single subject does.

Over 200 community members have met in extensive planning sessions to establish community literacy indicators and priority recommendations for achieving with a shared vision of “100% Literacy through 100% Community Engagement.” Based upon our Community Literacy Plan, we are now working to develop action teams, baseline measures, targets and collaborative strategies to reach our community literacy outcome indicators.

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Onondaga County Public Library (OCPL) at The Galleries of Syracuse

The Onondaga County Public Library’s Adult Literacy Program offers a variety of materials and services in support of our mission to assist our adult learners in becoming “information literate,” and to help them on a path to lifelong learning. Information literacy includes:

  • traditional literacy (reading and writing)
  • media literacy (using videos and audiotapes for information)
  • computer literacy (using literacy software and other basic applications)
  • network literacy (using OCPL’s online catalog, serials database and the Internet)

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MANOS Early Childhood Education Program (Partners In Learning)

MANOS provides a dual-language environment where children & parents learn together. Children ages 2 through 4 years old participate in activities to cultivate Spanish and English language skills while supporting cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Each week parents work together to lead PACT, Parent and Child Together learning opportunities.

 

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North Side Learning Center

The NSLC empowers refugees through English Language education to be independent and to become active participants in their community.

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Refugee Assistance Program (SCSD)

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Adult Education at Johnson Vocational Center (SCSD)

The Johnson Center’s mission is to provide our students with the opportunity to learn a skill that can support them for life. We will accomplish this through our continued effort to keep our programs current and aligned with industry standards and post secondary educational opportunities.

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You can also find the nearest class to you by calling the 2-1-1 HELPLINE. Representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you find an ESL, adult basic education or high school equivalency prep class.