Frequently Asked Questions
The fees for each course are listed in the course catalog and on our online registration system. In some cases, there will be an additional charge for textbooks, materials or supplies used by the student.
How do I register for a course?
Please go to the Registration tab or click here!
Who is eligible to take Adult Education classes?
Any adult may register. Most classes are open to youths if certain conditions are met. For more information, contact the Adult + Community Education office at (239) 377-1234.
Can I get a refund?
Refunds for classes will not be given after the first class. If you need to withdraw from a class after it has started, a prorated credit voucher, based on the number of classes remaining and the date the withdrawal was requested, may be obtained for use toward any future class fee. Credit vouchers issued on or after June 1, 2013, are valid for 12 months.
Please contact our office at (239) 377-1234 with any refund/withdrawal requests.
Full refunds are given if we cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment.
Please note the following special circumstances:
- • Materials fees and textbook purchases are nonrefundable
once class has started.
• For cooking or classes meeting two or fewer times, you must contact our office two (2) or more business days prior to the start date of your class to qualify for a full refund of your registration fee.
• There are no refunds for courses that are delivered via our online vendor, Ed2Go.
- • Materials fees and textbook purchases are nonrefundable once class has started.
Refunds are not issued for missed classes and classes are not pro-rated if you sign up after a class has started.
Interested in teaching a class?Interested in teaching a class through Community Education? Please download and complete a Course Proposal. Return the proposal to our office by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (239) 377-1002.
Who do I contact with additional questions?
Adult + Community Education: (239) 377-1234 or Email Us