The Office of Community Services provides varied educational, vocational, personal interest, and cultural opportunities. The program – one of the most innovative in the State University system – strives to meet the lifelong- learning and personal-enrichment needs of area residents, both youngsters and adults, by offering noncredit courses, training programs, workshops, camps, community events, and a highly acclaimed concert/lecture program, which is part of the Gemini Series.
Noncredit class offerings alone feature more than two hundred titles, with courses starting each month throughout the year. At the same time, senior citizens can participate in activities offered through the Adult Learning Institute.
Meanwhile, the Gemini Series offers a vibrant calendar of cultural events that has featured such blues artists as Buddy Guy and the late Pinetop Perkins as well theatrical presentations and lectures.
For more information, call (518) 828-4181, extension 3342.
Noncredit Class Search
Fall Spring 2016
Featured Noncredit Class
The Elements of Writing a Successful Screenplay
Do you have a story to tell? For those who have always dreamed of writing an original screenplay, this is the workshop for them. Workshop participants will be taken through each of the steps that go into writing and selling an original screenplay—including story concept, story structure, and the correct way to format a screenplay. Members will also learn how to protect their work, write a query letter, find an agent, and learn how and where to present their work without an agent.