Because of the continued concerns of COVID-19, SUNY Ulster decided to deliver all their classes remotely in the fall except for those that require on-campus learning such as science labs, certain art courses, or practical examinations. Use of computer classrooms did not qualify which means we will not have on-site SCLC classes for the fall.

SUNY Ulster will re-evaluate this for the subsequent semester and we do plan to keep everyone posted. Should SCLC also decide to go remotely with some of our classes we will keep everyone posted on that as well.

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SUNY Ulster

Senior Computer Learning Center - Kingston, NY

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What is the Senior Computer Learning Center?

The Senior Computer Learning Center provides a variety of computer courses primarily for adults age 50 and over in a warm and friendly environment. Classes are small and with aid of coaches, students are never left behind. Courses and workshops offered include subjects such as Beginning Computer use, Internet and e-mail, Digital Photography, File Management and many others.

The Learning Center is a program for seniors and taught by seniors, in small classes, at a pace and in a language that seniors can understand. All classes are held weekdays at the Kingston Center of SUNY Ulster (KCSU) on Mary's Avenue in Kingston and are two hours once a week for four or eight weeks with workshops just two hours. The classroom is equipped  with Windows 7 computers with flat panel monitors to give the students the best learning experience.

The instructors and coaches are all volunteer seniors and with many expanding their skills by taking Learning Center courses. Course fees are modest and include the manual and free practice labs.

Senior Computer Learning Center

Kingston Center of SUNY Ulster (KCSU)

94 Mary's Avenue, Room 201

Kingston, NY 12401

Phone: 845-339-0046