We maintain a waitlist for our most popular courses and your name can be added during the registration process.

No. You must register for any class you wish to attend.

Generally, you can drop a class and request a refund up to the day before the first class meets through phone or email to conted@westga.edu. We charge an administrative fee that varies among classes. Additionally some classes have a policy that requires earlier notice in order to receive a refund. No refunds are available after the first class meeting. We also allow transfers to another class but if this is done within the window of no allowable refund, the original policy applies.

If a class lists a prerequisite, we strongly recommend that you take it. However, if you have taken similar classes at another location, or have previous experience that covers the content of the prerequisite, you may choose not to take the prerequisite. Overall, we just ask that you assess your skill level and select a class that you feel will be most appropriate for you. If you would like an instructor to help you determine your skill level, please call (678) 839-6614 or email conted@westga.edu.

Our classes are intended for students 18 years of age and older, unless stated otherwise in the class title or class description. It would be at the instructor’s discretion to allow a student who is younger than 18 to enroll in their class. To inquire about approval, call (678) 839-6614 or email conted@westga.edu.

Register your child according to the age and/or grade level outlined for the class. If your child is not enrolled in the appropriate age and/or grade level, we reserve the right to reassign your child to a more suitable class (if space is available) or deregister your child.

Transfers are subject to approval from the Program Coordinator. Please contact the CE Department at (678) 839-6614 or conted@westga.edu, if you would like to request a transfer. You will be notified once a decision has been made. There is no guarantee that your transfer will be approved.

If you see the textbook symbol at the end of the class description, you will need a textbook. If a class has an optional textbook, it will be stated within the class description. If a class fee includes the cost of the textbook, it will also be stated within the class description and are typically handed out on the first day of class.

The College reserves the right to cancel any class if the enrollment is low or for other valid reasons. The College may change the day, time of day or location of a class. In the event of a class cancellation or change prior to the start of the semester, students will be contacted and may select another class or request a full refund. Refunds will be returned in the method of which they were originally made. Cash payments will be returned by check.

A notice will be placed on the University website and social media sites. Closings will also be sent to the local news media. It will be broadcast in the same manner as K-12 school closings.

Yes. Every effort will be made to schedule a make-up when a class has been cancelled due to inclement weather, instructor illness or any other university emergency. Your instructor will be notified if/when a make-up class is scheduled, and he/she will then notify the students at their next class. If the make-up class is imminent, the CE Office staff will notify the students by phone and/or email.

You may only attend a class for which you are registered unless approved by the Program Coordinator.

CEUs are Continuing Education Units. They are different from traditional college credits in that they do not count toward a degree or certificate. Some organizations require that their professionals obtain a certain number of CEUs within a specific timeframe.

CEUs are awarded based upon the requirements of the class. Please see you course description and Syllabus to determine the evaluation process

Yes, you will receive a certificate upon completion of the course.

We are only able to provide you with an instructor’s contact information if they have authorized us to do so. If not, we will take your contact information and pass it along to them.

It is the student’s responsibility to notify the college of any changes to name, address, phone or email as this information is used to send class confirmation or to contact you regarding changes in class status. Entering new contact information on your registration form does not automatically update your student record, unless you are registering in person.

Yes. Items that are left behind are turned in to Campus Security Police. They can be reached at (678) 839-6000.

Yes, complete a course proposal form and talk with one of our Program Coordinators. Also watch our website for requests for instructors in specific areas.