|The College offers credit and community service (non-credit) Continuing Education courses during its evening and summer sessions. Please see Programs of Study. Continuing Education provides members of the community with a means of pursuing their education on a part-time or full-time basis; students, if qualified, may elect courses which they feel will meet their specific needs and interests. Services and activities are characterized by the College’s Continuing Education's policies of outreach, accessibility and commitment to new educational prospects. Students who wish to attend the Continuing Education courses will find:
* College credit courses leading to degrees in Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), and Associate in Applied Science (AAS). The student must fulfill Core Curriculum requirements and complete a minimum of 60 credit hours in a program of study (some programs require more credits).
- In-house certificates in career areas such as Fire Science and Desktop Publishing (to name a few). These certificates are validated by the College rather than the Board of Higher Education, and they represent a coherent, competency-based concentration of courses.
- Academic Counseling and Assessment testing for entry into Core curriculum courses and degree programs.
- Summer Day and Evening credit and non-credit courses.
- College courses for transfer credit to other degree-granting institutions. (The student is advised to check with the institution from which he or she wishes to receive the transfer credit.)
- High School Equivalency (GED) exam preparation courses.
- College courses and programs to meet job requirements or to ease advancement in certain occupations and professions.
- Specific community service and in-service courses designed to meet the needs of civic, cultural, business, and professional groups.
- Non-credit workshops in appropriate subject areas in response to the needs of any group large enough to warrant the organization of such offerings.
- Extra-curricular programs in response to the identified needs and desires of its students and the community.
- All college services are available to all students; however, some offices are only open during the day.