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Please Note: The process for registering for Workforce Development and Continuing Education courses is different than registering for credit courses. See directions to register for credit programs.

Connect With Us to Get the Answers You Need

Thank you for your interest in attending CT State Community College. We know you have questions about our programs, the registration process, financial support, and more. We're here to answer your questions and help you achieve your job training goals. If you're ready to register, choose the following option to connect with us.

Three Ways to Register

First, visit our Workforce Development/Continuing Education (WDCE) page to select your courses. Then register using one of these options:

1. Register Online

Continuing students only may complete the course registration form online. Payment must be submitted to the Bursar/Business Office at the time of registration.

Please note: New students cannot register online. First-time students must register in person or by phone at the campus where the class is being held.

2. In-Person

The college campuses are open for students to meet with someone in the WDCE office for in-person registration.

3. Register by Mail

Complete the course registration form. Mail to the WDCE office at the campus of your choice (see links to campus WDCE offices at the bottom of this page). Payment must be submitted the to the business department at the time of registration.

Refund Policy

A full refund for noncredit programs will only be considered when a student drops a class up to one business day prior to the first scheduled meeting. You may submit your written request to the Office of Workforce Development and Continuing Education by mail or e-mail.

Students need to provide the following information: full name, address, date of birth, student identification number, and course reference number (CRN). In addition, we require a brief explanation for your withdrawal.

Refunds are mailed directly to you approximately two to four weeks from the processing date. No refunds or credit towards another program will be considered after the first class has begun.

Cancellation and Course Change Policy

The college reserves the right to limit the number of students registered in any course, to cancel any courses for which there is insufficient enrollment, and to make changes in the schedule as circumstances require. Course cancellations will be announced before the first day of class.