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Frequently asked questions.......

How do I register for a class?

What is my User ID number?

Can you send me a catalog?

Will I need a textbook? 

Parking?

What should I do if my online registration attempt fails?

Must I take an entrance exam to enroll in Continuing Education classes?

Disabilities? 


You can register online, by phone, by fax, in person, or through the mail.  Click here for a printable registration form. Our registration staff is available by phone from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm weekdays at (678) 839-6611, or you may fax your registration to: (678) 839-6610.  Mail completed registration forms to: UWG Continuing Education; 1600 Maple Street; Carrollton, GA  30118.  If you choose to mail your registration, please plan to have it arrive in our office at least one week prior to the first day of class.

Every person who registers with UWG's Continuing Education for a class is assigned a User ID #.  These numbers are unique to you and are assigned by our ACEware registration system.  If you don't know your number of have forgotten it, use the Lookup ID link on our registration page and it will be e-mailed to you.

We no longer print a full catalog (Agenda) of our programs at this time.  However, we do occasionally develop program brochures that are distributed by mail or e-mail.

Generally the cost of a Continuing Education course includes all necessary books and materials.  Please read your confirmation carefully as it will contain any information about material requirements for the class. 

Parking permits are required for classes held on campus.  If a parking permit is required for your class attendance, it will be sent to you by mail or given to you upon arrival at your class.  This permit will be valid only for the days your class meets.

Please call our registration staff during normal office hours or e-mail emcclain@westga.edu if your registration attempt fails while registration online.

Our classes are non-credit and do not require an entrance exam nor a degree (unless otherwise stated) to attend.

Persons with a documented disability requesting reasonable accommodation should contact our office at least ten days in advance of the program in which they are registered to ensure that arrangements are made for accommodation.