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How to Register

How/when can I register?
Remember that some of our Continuing Education (CE) courses begin after the regular semester start date. For CE classes with a later start date, registration is ongoing throughout the semester.
•       Walk-In Registration deadline: Seven days prior to the first class meeting.
•       Mail-In Registration deadline: Please mail the form at least 10 business days prior to the beginning of class. The form must be processed seven days prior to the first class meeting.
•       Fax-In Registration deadline: Seven days prior to the first class meeting.
•       Online Registration: Seven days prior to the first class meeting. First time registers, please visit one of our convenient campus locations.

What registration form do I need to complete if I register on campus?
The Continuing Education registration form is located inside the CE Schedule book for that semester. You can also obtain the form from a Campus Registration office or it can be downloaded from our CE link under “Forms” CE Course Registration Form.

Do I have to pay at the time of registration?
Yes, the District does not accept cash. Students may opt to pay by money order, check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or ATM debit transfer. The District Bookstores provide money orders for a nominal fee. It is recommended that the student review the cost of fees in the class schedule before registering.


What is the last day to register?
Due to the limited seating capacity, we encourage you to register seven (7) business days prior to the start of the class.

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