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ENTICE, EXCITE, ENGAGE!

Spring 2020 Continuing Education Catalog   

ENTICE...EXCITE...ENGAGE!

Our Spring 2020 Continuing Education catalog for personal and professional enrichment  has arrived!

Check out what we will be offering this spring! We are excited about the variety of course offerings and are certain that we have something special for everyone.

This issue includes long-time favorites like Golf, CPR, Wine series, and Ballroom Dancing along with some new classes such as Easter Chocolates, Pen & Ink, and Sweet Yoga.

Spring registration begins on Monday, January 6, 2020.

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Are you ready to learn something new? 

Register Now! By Phone... By Mail... In Person...Online

 1. REGISTER ONLINE:

NEW STUDENTS; ccbc.edu/conedregistration

RETURNING STUDENTS; ccbc.edu/conedregistration

1. Select the 'Continuing Education' tab in the Toolbar

2. Click on the green buttion 'Create New User Account'

3. Enter your information into the form

4. Search for interested courses under 'Public Registration Course List'

5. Click on 'Add button' to add a class(s) to cart

6. When finished adding classes, proceed to shopping cart to checkout

7. You must then pay at this time with a credit card to be added to the course(s)

8. Follow the prompts to enter your credit card information

Once your online registration is complete; You will receive three emails:

1.Enrollment Confirmation

2.Payment Confirmation

3.Login and password for future registration.

1. Log in with your username and password at the top of the 'myccbc' site

2. Select the 'Continuing Education' tab in the toolbar

3. Under Public Registration Course list, select 'go to course schedules portlet'

4. In the shaded box under add/drop, click on the pull down 'Term' menu to select 'Continuing Ed/Workforce 7/1/19-6/30/20

5. Enter your course search criteria under the 'course search menu'. If you would like to search for all available continuing education courses for the date range, enter no information into the search fields and hit the 'search button'

6. To add a course; place a checkmark by the course(s). Keep in mind, once you hit 'add course' you will not be able to drop the course.

My Account; Payment is due at the time of registration

My Account Balance; Once payment has been received, you will receive a receipt confirming payment.

Make all checks payable to CCBC. (Please do not mail cash). 
All payments are due at the time of registration.

2. REGISTER BY PHONE: Call the Information Registration Center at 724-480-3575 to register with a credit card payment. Business Hours are, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday, 8:00am - 7:00p.m.

3. REGISTER BY MAIL: CCBC, One Campus Drive, Information Registration Center, Monaca, PA 15061. 
Printable registration form

4. REGISTER IN PERSON: Business Hours are, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday, 8:00am - 7:00p.m.

 

 

 

Please note: All registrations are not complete until payment is received.

CCBC’s Workforce & Continuing Education Team

Email: workforce@ccbc.edu

Phone: 724-480-3452

Refund Policy for Cancellations
Refunds are available for pre-registered students with the following restrictions:

  • 100% refund of tuition, if written notification is received via letter, email, or fax and received within three (3) business days prior to start of class.(Fax: 724-480-3564 or Email: WFD@ccbc.edu)
  • 50% refund of tuition, if written notification is received prior to the second class meeting.
  • Lab fees are non-refundable.
  • Please allow 3-5 weeks for refund processing.

Senior Citizens
Free or Reduced Rate Tiontion for Adult Learners (You must be 65 and over to attend)

Tuition waived or reduced for all clasees only in the Lifelong Learner section. Lab fees apply. Seating on first-come, first-served basis. 

Areas of Study

CCBC recognizes the community’s need for lifelong learning, training, and personal/professional enrichment.  We offer a wide range of non-credit courses, programs, seminars, and workshops for the community and businesses.  Each year thousands of people enroll in our non-credit offerings. Most classes have no entrance requirements with the exception of some career-related courses and certificate programs. Each person who attends 75% of his/her scheduled class hours receives a class completion certificate.