- What is it?
It is the delivery of accredited college courses on the internet.
- How does it work?
Students simply register for a SLN course and instead of attending class on campus, they attend class through a computer connected to the Internet.
- When does class meet?
Whenever the student is available to access the Internet, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. School never closes.
Same as any other credit bearing class. Plus the costs of Internet access. Minus the costs of the commute.
- College Credit Courses?
YES!! These are fully accredited college courses taught by professors from the sponsoring schools. (Example: MCC courses are taught by MCC professors.)
- How can I find these courses?
On the master schedule they will have a SLN or SL1 section designation. (Example: PEC 253 SL1 or HED 108 SLN)
- How do I register?
For information on how to register, visit How to Enroll in a MCC SLN course.
- Who should consider SLN?
Anyone who has scheduling restrictions. Athletes, child care, employment, commute.
Contact the Health & Physical Education Department at (585) 292-2840.
SUNY Learning Network Web Site