Generally, there are no entrance requirements in continuing education courses, except as indicated in certain professional program areas. Such requirements and prerequisites are specified in course descriptions. Formal admission to the college is not currently required.
Students should register early to ensure a place in the class. All registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Students may register in any of the following ways:
Concurrent Enrollment in Credit Classes
Students may enroll in a credit course for no credit through Continuing Education on a space-available basis with instructor permission. Tuition and fees will be assessed at the same rate as for a credit course.
Adults 60 years of age and older:
Tuition will be waived for adults 60 and over who reside within the College district and who enroll in a semester-length credit course for no credit. Although tuition will be waived, students pay fees and provide necessary supplies.
Record Of Achievement (Transcript)
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded upon completion of a substantive in-service or occupational training experience received through a continuing education course. A nationally recognized measure, a CEU is defined as "ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction." The CEU should not be interpreted as a substitute for college credit.
Transcripts must be requested in writing from the Continuing Education Department. There is no charge.
Articulation With Credit Programs
The College does not award academic credit for work taken on a non-credit basis without appropriate documentation that the non-credit coursework is equivalent to a designated credit experience. Students must demonstrate proficiency in course competencies to the satisfaction of a full-time, appropriately credentialed faculty member. A knowledge and/or skills exam may be required. Documentation will be further reviewed by the Vice President for Instructional Services, who will determine whether the non-credit work should be approved for credit.
Postponed or Cancelled Classes
Courses listed in this schedule may be postponed or cancelled without notification due to insufficient enrollment, budget constraints, inclement weather, or other program changes. In such situations, every effort will be made to contact all students enrolled. A full refund will be processed unless the student asks to be transferred to another continuing education course or section.
Other Changes to the Schedule
Although class meeting dates, times, locations, and instructors are published as intended, the college reserves the right to make changes as needed. All tuition and fees are subject to change at the discretion of the Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees.
Refunds must be requested through the Continuing Education Office and will be made according to the following schedule:
Refunds will be mailed by the College Business Office. Students should allow two to three weeks for processing.
Books and Supplies
Some courses require textbooks which can be bought at the college bookstore. Information about special supplies appears in course descriptions. If a course is cancelled, a full refund will be given for texts purchased prior to the beginning of class. However, to receive a refund, texts must be unmarked, accompanied by sales receipt, and returned within five days from the date the class was scheduled to begin. For additional information about texts, please contact the college bookstore at 903.434.8155 .
Students are expected to comply with all applicable college regulations. Those who do not may be dismissed without refund.
Students should park in lots located behind the Humanities, Math/Science, Student Union, Business Technology, and Whatley Center buildings. They should not park in visitors' parking areas during class times.
The College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate in either admissions or employment with regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
Furthermore, unless it poses an undue hardship on the College, the institution makes an effort to reasonably accommodate the disabilities of individuals who are otherwise qualified as students or employees. Inquiries about civil rights policies should be addressed to the Vice President for Student Services.
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This page last updated by L. York on 07/30/2013
Northeast Texas Community College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, ADA institution.