Take a Course

Enjoy ˮƵ's friendly campus and vibrant course offerings while taking an individual course. Choose from courses in a wide range of disciplines for a part-time liberal arts educational experience that works for you. It's a flexible way of learning that allows you to pursue your academic interests based on your schedule and lifestyle.

Continuing Education

Individuals from all walks of life may take a college level course at ˮƵ. Whether you are a local resident, a student taking a gap year, a student at another institution who wants to complete a course, a student looking to complete a pre-requisite course for grad school, or a ˮƵ Staff member, we can help you find the course you need.

Graduate Nursing Courses

For Bachelor’s Level registered nurses who are looking to advance their degree with graduate level coursework.

For more information contact:
School of Nursing & Health Sciences

High School Students

High school students can take ˮƵ courses along with their current high school course work. This gives students the opportunity to understand and experience college, earn college credits, and prepare for the full transition to college level work.


Students who are enrolled at a college where they do not offer internships for credit have the opportunity to receive credit at ˮƵ.

For more information contact:
Jennifer Tockman
Director, Harrington Center for Experiential Learning

Environmental Studies Certificate

With a strong commitment to Sustainable Environmental Studies, ˮƵ offers short course and certificate options for those seeking additional knowledge or credentials in food systems, farming and permaculture. These options are offered at various times and course lengths to better meet the needs of students and working professionals.

To see what courses are available, please check our Course Schedules & Information page.

To Apply

Complete ˮƵ’s . If you have previously been admitted as a Non-Degree Student and you have taken a course in at least one of the two prior semesters, you may skip this step.

For questions about tuition, deadlines, applying, or information about taking a course, please contact Admissions at nondegreeprogram@colby-sawyer.edu for more information.