Once you find the
courses you want, complete a registration form.
You can register for continuing education classes in one of four ways:
enroll and register online for most continuing education classes if you are 18 or older and have an email address.
2. In person
Continuing Education Office during office hours and register in person. If you are registering for a class by corporate billing, you must register in person or by mail.
3. By telephone
Continuing Education Office and sign up by phone. Be ready to give your social security number (optional) or student ID number, your credit card number and expiration date, and course information.
4. By mail
registration form and payment to the
Continuing Education Office. Be sure to include a check or money order made payable to the college or your credit card number along with expiration date and signature. If you pay by check, you must include a valid driver’s license number, date of birth and the daytime phone number of the person signing the check on the check.
Registration fees are payable by cash, check, money order, credit card or debit card. If you register online or by phone, you must pay by credit card. All major credit cards are accepted.
You must pay your tuition in full when you register, or your registration will be canceled. There are no payment plans for continuing education classes. If you register by mail and a class is full, your check will be returned.
- All sections on the form must be completed for registration. Either a social security number (optional) or student ID number is required to register.
- If you register by mail and pay by check, a driver’s license number, date of birth and the daytime phone number of the person signing the check must be on the check.
Register Early and Get the Classes You Want
Please register at least three days before your class begins. All courses have limited enrollments and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. By enrolling early you guarantee your place in the class. You must register before attending class.
Adding or Dropping Continuing Education Classes
Before the first day of class, you may visit your campus in person or call by phone to drop a class or change from one class to another. (See contact information for our
Continuing Education Offices.)
If a refund results from the change, we will mail the difference to you in four to six weeks. If additional tuition is required, you must pay the difference when you request the add/drop. All transfers are subject to the standard