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Tacoma Community College
Continuing Education
 Mosaics  Israeli Folk Dancing
 Creating Better Photos from A-Z  UGOTCLASS
 Basketball Referee/Official Training
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Drawing for the Non-Artist
Learn how to observe the world the way an artist
sees, then draw the illusion that represents the world
around us. Acquire sketch techniques to illustrate
notes and letters or document life experiences.
Minimal supplies required. (6 sessions)
X127 Sept. 25-Oct. 30
Drawing for the Non-Artist, continued
Builds upon the knowledge and skills gained in Level
1. Learn to apply these skills to a variety of subject
matter utilizing creative and fun sketching and
drawing techniques. (3 sessions)
X128 Nov. 6-Nov. 20
Drawing for the Non-Artist Combo
Register for Drawing for the Non-Artist 1 and 2
and save $13.
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Bring your acoustic or electric guitar (no bass) to
class in playable condition. Learn tuning, basic
chords, picking, strumming, chord progressions and
rhythm techniques. A beginner course for ages 16
and up. (8 sessions)
X126 Sept. 24-Nov. 12
No musical experience necessary! Learn to
play soprano, concert or tenor ukulele. (Sorry,
curriculum doesn’t support the BARITONE
ukulele). Course covers a wide variety of music
including: Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Hawaiian
songs and more. (8 sessions)
X160 Sept. 26-Nov. 14
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Fundamentals of Digital Photography
Beginning Charcoal Drawing
Beginning charcoal drawing, information and
techniques. No experience necessary for this fun
team-oriented workshop with helpful tips with a
fun end project to show and tell! Minimal supplies
required. (6 sessions)
X113 Sept. 26-Nov. 7
Continuing Education
This 10-week class is a combination of Beginning &
Intermediate Digital Photography. Participants will
learn all the basics of their digital camera. Controls,
settings and how to use them. (10 sessions)
X179 Sept. 25-Dec. 4
Introduction to Mosaics
Participants will learn how to plan and execute a
mosaic using various techniques in design, layout,
cutting, and grouting. Create your own piece by
choosing from a variety of tesserae provided by the
instructor. For the base of their projects, participants
may use small decorative pieces provided in class
or they may bring their own small items to class,
e.g., picture frames, flower pots, boxes, small table
tops, mirror frames, etc. All required materials and
supplies are included and provided by the instructor.
A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor as
the first class (CASH only please). Previous mosaic
experience is not necessary. (8 sessions)
X130 Sept. 26-Nov. 14
Creating Better Photos from A-Z -- Part 1
Part 1 teaches participants about composition,
lighting, camera functions, how to take better
photos, and problem solving. Loaded with handson, in-class and weekly photography assignments to
improve skills. Bring Point-and-Shoot Camera or
your best DSLR and have fun learning more about
photography. $2 class fee for 100+ pages of handouts
for easy reference.
X176 Sept. 24-Oct. 22
Creating Better Photos from A-Z -- Part 2
Prerequisite: Part 1. Part 2 builds on knowledge
gained in Part 1. How to better control light, proper
shooting techniques for various types of photos,
developing your own “style.” More hands-on, in-class
and weekly photography assignments to improve
your skills. Bring Point-and-Shoot or DSLR and
have fun learning more about photography from
A-Z. $2 class fee for 100+ pages of handouts for easy
X177 Oct. 29-Nov. 26
All classes are at the Tacoma
Campus unless otherwise noted.
Address and map of class location
provided upon registration.
Digital Photography
Workshops will cover composition,
lighting techniques, tips, and
secrets for better images. Designed
for beginning to intermediate
photographers. Students need
to bring their camera with a fully
charged battery and a memory
disk. Must pre-register. No on-site
Photographing Tacoma
Class Meet outside the parking garage across from
Freighthouse Square. We’ll ride the free trolley and
stop and photograph scenes along the way.
X180 Sept. 28
How to Create Better Flower Photos
Class meets at the Rose garden inside Pt. Defiance
at 9am. Participants will learn how to create award
winning flower photos. All skill levels welcome. All
cameras welcome.
X181 Oct. 5
Kehr Introduction to Interior Design
Master design skills step-by-step while completing
your first project: a fully developed room design
complete with spatial layout, lighting, and finish
selections. (6-week online class)
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
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Accounting Fundamentals
Suitable for both small businesses and individual
households, this course is sure to increase financial
awareness and accountability.
X300 Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Accounting Fundamentals 2
Advance your current financial awareness and
accountability while also gaining a marketable skill.
X301 Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Basic Sewing
Don’t let that sewing machine gather dust! Students
will learn the mechanics of their sewing machine,
the accessories, how to thread and sew, as well as the
basics of pattern reading and project construction.
This class is designed for the novice sewer or
someone who just needs a refresher. Students need to
bring their own machine. (4 sessions)
Sept. 24-Oct. 22
6:30-8:30 pm
Got the basics? Take your sewing to the next level!
Join us for the next step where we learn how to make
buttonholes, install zippers and move on beyond
straight lines. We’ll also cover basic fitting, so you
can make sure your new creations look great! This
class is designed for those who know the basics of
their machine or who have taken the basic sewing
class. (4 sessions)
Sept. 26-Oct. 17
6:30-8:30 pm
LSAT Prep-1
Intermediate Sewing
Administrative Assistant Fundamentals
Discover and master the essentials of managerial and
staff support, information and records management,
communications technology, travel and meeting
coordination, space planning, and office ergonomics.
X302 Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Part 1 provides an overview of law school entrance
procedures, a career in law and law school survival
LSAT Prep-2
Welcome to the world of knits! Participants will learn
the techniques needed to successfully sew with knit
fabrics. Topics covered include: types of knits, stretch
stitches, and serger use (a serger is not necessary).
We’ll make a pair of yoga pants to lounge around
in. Students need to have a basic understanding of
sewing and bring their own machine.
Sewing Techniques- Sewing with Knits
X194 Oct. 29- Nov. 19
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11 Dean
Love that shirt or skirt, but it’s falling apart? Have
a piece of vintage clothing you want more of? In
this class we’ll take a well loved, well fitting item of
clothing and use it to create a pattern to duplicate it!
Basic sewing knowledge is required. Students need to
bring their own sewing machine. (4 sessions)
Part 2 provides an intensive review of reading
comprehension and proven approaches for selecting
the correct answers.
Sewing Techniques- Rub Off Technique
X192 Oct. 24- Nov. 21
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Computer Skills for the Workplace
Become more computer savvy and acquire practical
applications for software most common to the
workplace and fundamental computer competencies.
X360 Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Creating Web Pages
Learn how to design, create, and post your very own
site on the internet’s World Wide Web.
X372 Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Introduction to Flash CS6
Learn the fundamentals of using Adobe Flash
CS6 to create engaging Web pages, mobile apps,
Flash movies, animation, graphics, and interactive
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
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Introduction to Dreamweaver CS6
In these step-by-step lessons, you’ll build an in-class
website using Adobe Dreamweaver CS6—and in the
process, you’ll discover how to plan a website from
the ground up.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep
Learn everything you need to know to select, install,
and service video, sound, and portable computers.
The course teaches networking, both wired and
wireless, because every well-rounded tech needs to
know it.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
CSS and XHTML, Introduction
Acquire the foundation you’ll need to master two
critical and fast-growing new web languages. Learn
how to create state-of-the-art websites using modern
CSS and XHTML techniques.
X374 Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Introduction to SQL
Learn the key concepts of Structured Query
Language (SQL) and gain a solid working
knowledge of this powerful and universal database
programming language.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Retirement Your Way
Basic CompTIA A+ Certification Prep
This course teaches you about the hardware
common to virtually every personal computer,
including microprocessors, RAM, power supplies,
motherboards, BIOS, CMOS, the expansion bus,
and input/output devices.
Homeschool with Success
Learn how to take your children out of school and
make their transition to homeschooling both fun
and effective.
Learn your options in this course that will allow
you to calculate the amount of money you need
for retirement. Participants will utilize income
for retirement. Participants will utilize income
tax reduction strategies, convert your IRA to a
Roth IRA, take retirement plan distributions,
and avoid probate and legal challenges. Book
included. This course is taught by Bill Sydor, CEP
of HouseholderGroup-Estate and Retirement
Specialists. (2 sessions)
X190 Oct.15 & Oct. 22
X191 Oct.17 & Oct. 24
Israeli Folk Dance
Israeli folk dancing is a vibrant movement that is
very much a part of every-day Israeli culture. Each
dance is choreographed for a specific song. The first
hour we will teach beginners, going over basic steps
and dances. The second hour will be open dance
where we will put on music for beginners through
advanced dances. (11 sessions) (no class week of
X116 Sept. 25-Dec. 11
QuickBooks 2012
learn how to manage multiple company files and
how to export and import list data from one file to
the next. QuickBooks 2012 software required.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
QuickBooks 2013
Learn how this well-designed accounting program
can make it a snap to set up a chart of accounts,
reconcile your checking account, create and print
invoices, receipts, and statements, track your
payables, inventory, and receivables, create estimates,
and generate reports. QuickBooks 2013 software
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Eat Your Way Healthy
A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner will teach you
how to eat a nutrient dense, properly prepared,
whole food diet for health, vitality and enjoyment.
Topics cover optimal digestion, blood sugar
balancing, which foods to eat, and which foods to
avoid (you might be surprised). (8 sessions)
Sept. 24-Nov. 12
Start Your Own Edible Garden
Grow delicious, nutritious fruit and vegetables
in your own backyard! In this course, you’ll learn
how to give your garden a healthy start and keep it
growing strong all season.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
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Luscious, Low-fat, Lightning-Quick Meals
Medical Coding
Have you ever wished you had a personal chef
preparing luscious, low-fat meals for you? This
course is the next best thing! Learn how to prepare
casseroles, crock-pot dishes, vegan dishes, oven-fried
foods, meat-based meals, and many other entrees
that are both nutritious and delicious!
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Take the first steps toward a lucrative career as a
medical coder! In this course, you will learn how to
use the CPT manual and the ICD-9-CM to find
medical codes for any disease, condition, treatment
or surgical procedure.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Explore a Career in a Dental Office
You will master basic dental terminology and
anatomy, discover how to create a patient chart, and
identify the privacy rules that are crucial to proper
dental office management. You’ll also delve into
dental disease, its prevention, and its treatment.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Become an Optical Assistant
YOGA is for bodies of all types and fitness/flexibility
levels. Come learn the basics with a mixture of
students: beginners and experienced yogis welcome.
Students will need to provide their own yoga mat
and 8' strap. (12 sessions)
X198 Sept. 23-Oct. 30
X199 Nov. 4-Dec. 11
Zumba combines upbeat music with dance steps
from around the world (merenge, salsa, cha-cha-cha,
reggaeton, belly dancing, calypso, and more).
All abilities and fitness levels are welcome. Before
beginning any exercise routine you should first
consult a physician. (11 sessions)
Sept. 24-Oct. 29 Tu/Th
Nov. 5-Dec. 12 Tu/Th
Speed Spanish
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Learn useful conversational phrases and vocabulary
words. Participants will have a cultural knowledge
only an insider has.
Medical Terminology
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Learn practical, common phrases that will make
your trip to the many French-speaking regions of the
world more pleasant.
This course teaches medical terminology from an
anatomical approach. Word associations are provided
as a learning tool.
With the powerful methods taught in this course,
you’ll be able to engage in conversational Spanish in
no time. ¡Qué Bueno!
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Session 1
Session 2
We’ll cover optical assisting in private practice,
healthcare clinics, the military, teaching facilities,
and in retail sales. You’ll discover the personal and
professional skills needed to work in a front and back
office and in an optical dispensary and lab.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Instant Italian
Participants will read, hear, and practice dialogues
based on typical situations that you’re likely to
encounter while staying in Italy.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
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A to Z Grant Writing
Get the skills and tools you need to enter the exciting
field of grant writing!
Online Certificates Courses in these categories:
Business and Career Skills; Business
Communication; Courses for K12 Teachers;
Health; LEED Green Workplace; Management
and Leadership; New Media Marketing; Social
Media for Business; and Training and Education.
Fall Quarter highlighted classes:
eMarketing Essentials Certificate
Come get a fundamental yet advanced
introduction to eMarketing, including improving
email promotions, analyzing your web site traffic,
doing search engine optimization, and how to
successfully employ online advertising. $495 for
eMarketing certificate (all three courses: Improving
Email Promotions, Boosting Your Website Traffic,
and Online Advertising), or $195 each
Substitute Teacher Preparation
Develop a sub notebook, understand classroom
management, the latest techniques in developing
lesson plans, how to use your own portfolio to
assist in teaching, and much more. $145
Management Boot Camp
Learn how to create clear expectations, engage
and motivate employees, and increase your
effectiveness through use of the DiSC personality
profile (included). By the end of the course we
will have you managing like a pro - quickly and
with confidence. $295
Creating Cell Phone Apps for Your Business
Step-by-step instructions on how non-technical
users can build, deploy and market smartphone
applications across Android and iPhone platforms.
Introduction to Social Media
Learn what social media are and their role in
your business and personal life. Find out the top
sites and how businesses are using the sites for
communication, customer retention, branding,
marketing, market research, needs assessment and
serving customers and clients. $195
To register for these and many more courses visit:
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Writing Effective Grant Proposals
Learn how to become an expert at writing and
submit complete grant proposals to foundations,
corporations, and wealthy individuals for any
number of your pet projects.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Beginning Writer’s Workshop
Get a taste of the writing life, improve your writing
skills, and develop new ways to stretch your creative
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Resume Writing Workshop
Create an effective resume or improve the one you
already have.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Write Your Own Life Story
This course walks you step-by-step through the
process of writing your life story.
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
Write and Publish Your Non-Fiction Book
You’ll find out how to choose a topic and size up
the competition—developing a perfect, one-of-akind book concept that will stand out to agents and
Classes start Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11
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Building Career Training
Home Inspection Training
Our hands-on programs will
show you how to succeed
as a professional home
inspector. Perform two to three
actual inspections with our
instructors. Classes are offered in
Washington. $3,995
Register directly! Go to
or call 877.838.0959
Green Business
Train for a new career with a
focus on green, clean-tech, and
sustainable business practices.
Upon successful completion of this one-day course,
you will be certified and issued an ID card valid
for three years in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and
Montana. Students must be 18 years of age or older.
Pre-registration required. Fee includes textbook and
ID card.
X200 Oct. 12
8:30am-4:30pm $60
X201 Nov. 9
8:30am-4:30pm $60
X202 Dec. 7
8:30am-4:30pm $60
Forklift Operator Certification
Learn the skills to maneuver a forklift and become
safety certified. This is a state and OSHA course
(TITLE 29 CFR 1910.178) and is appropriate
for all skill levels. Must be 18 years or older. Upon
successful completion, students will receive a threeyear certification card. Fee includes handouts.
Courses are offered in
the areas of: Entry Level
Green Training, Energy
Auditing, LEED Certification,
Renewable Energy
Training, Indoor Air Quality,
Sustainability Training and
Environmental Training.
Classes start at $299 and
range from six weeks to
eight months in length.
For more info, visit
X203 Oct. 19
X204 Nov. 23
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Comp TIA A+ Certification Training [ONLINE]
The CompTIA™ A+ program will prepare you
for two CompTIA™ A+ certification exams: A+
Essentials and A+ Practical Application. Adobe Flash
Player and Adobe Acrobat Reader are required.
Human Resources Professional
Master the skills needed to gain an entry-level
position in the popular field of human resources.
Prepare to take the PHR (Professional in Human
Resources) certification exam.
X466 $1,595
AutoCAD 2011 with AutoCAD 3D [ONLINE]
This program will give you the skills you need to
prepare for the Autodesk AutoCAD 2011 Certified
Associate exam. A perpetual student AutoCAD 2011
license is included in the cost of the program.
Microsoft Office 2010 Master Certification Training
Learn basic to advanced skills in Microsoft Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook 2010 while you
prepare for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
certification. In order to take this program you
will need Microsoft Office 2010: Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Outlook, full retail version.
Web Design [ONLINE]
Learn professional applications for Adobe
Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and
See more online computer classes
Clock Hours or Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are offered in many fields for an
additional $20 per class, and will only be granted to students who register for them
at least one week prior to class start date.
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Health & Wellness
Certification &
Testing Center
Bldg. 6
Open to the public
by appointment
Alcohol/Drug Information School
– Training for Trainers (ADIS-TOT)
Approved course by Division of Alcohol and
Substance Abuse for individuals wanting to become
certified as Alcohol/Drug Information School
(ADIS) trainers. Fee includes facilitators manual.
(14 clock hours or 1.4 CEUs)
X218 Oct. 12 & Oct. 19
8:30am-4:30pm $199
HIV-AIDS Independent Study for Health Professionals
We’re here to help you advance your
career through professional certification.
The Center provides a comfortable testing
environment in our state-of-the-art facility.
Typing Tests: Typing tests can often be taken
on a walk-in basis. Please bring the receipt
from the cashier at test time. Typing test fees
are $25.
MOS, Microsoft Office Specialist Tests:
MOS tests can often be taken on a walk-in
basis. Please bring the receipt from the
cashier at test time. Test launch fee is $30.
Certiport tests may be purchased through
Certiport at the Test Center.
We are an authorized testing center for:
Prometric, CASTLE, PSI, WorkKeys, CASAS,
Certiport, Kryterion, ACT, Lasergrade, MSSC,
ATI, Pearson Vue and GED.
Testing fees may apply. The Cashier’s office is
located in Bldg. 14 on the TCC Campus.
This seven-hour DVD kit prepares you to meet the
AIDS education requirements mandated for health
care professionals by Washington state. A certificate
of completion will be issued after successfully
completing the exam. Call 253.566.5020 to reserve
your kit.
Administrative Dental Assistant [ONLINE]
Learn about dental terminology and anatomy,
medical records management, accounts receivable
and reimbursement management, insurance and
patient billing, patient scheduling, and procedural
and diagnostic coding.
Administrative Medical Specialist
with Medical Billing and Coding [ONLINE]
Prerequisite: A basic understanding of Medical
Terminology. Nationally recognized and most
popular due to a demand in the field. This course
will give you the skills you need to find the job
you are looking for as an Administrative Medical
Specialist (AMS), Medical Billing Specialist, and/or
Medical Coder.
Medical Billing & Coding Career
Certificate Program [ONLINE]
GED Testing
GED testing now offered in the
Certification & Test Center.
Go to
to schedule your test.
For prep tests and classes
call 253.566.5144.
Prerequisite: A basic understanding of Medical
Terminology. Show future employers that you are
well trained in billing, medical codes, creating paper
records, generating billing statements, researching
and auditing claims, and more.
Medical Terminology [ONLINE]
This nationally recognized online course introduces
elements of medical terminology, such as the
etymology of words used to describe the human
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Medical Transcriptionist Career Certificate Program
Prerequisite: A basic understanding of Medical
Terminology. Learn how to produce a wide variety of
medical reports and documents, including discharge
summaries; history and physical examination
reports; operative, consultation, and autopsy reports;
diagnostic imaging studies; progress notes; referral
letters; and more.
Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative
Become an entry-level, certified pharmaceutical sales
representative, even if you don’t have pharmacology
or medical education.
Basketball Referee/Official Training
This course will give participants the basic skills and
rule knowledge to become a basketball referee. The
Western Washington Basketball Officials Association
(WWBOA) is one of the top high school basketball
official organizations in the state. Participants will
have the opportunity to become a member of the
WWBOA and officiate basketball for schools and
recreation organizations throughout Pierce County.
Officials in the WWBOA referee all school basketball
for high school, junior high, middle school, youth
and adult recreational programs in the region.
X171 Oct. 1–Nov. 26
ICD-10 Medical Coding
This online program offers you comprehensive,
robust training in diagnostic and procedural coding,
using the ICD-10-CM (diagnostic) and ICD-10PCS (procedural) coding manuals. This training
includes detailed instructions for using the coding
manuals, understanding the coding guidelines, and
accurately applying the ICD-10 coding steps. There
are more than 40 quizzes and exams for diagnoses
and procedures by body system to test your
knowledge and understanding.
Certified Personal Trainer
This program blends the best of academic and
hands-on training, offering: 15 hours of online
theory in the comfort of your own home;
15 hours of practical “hands-on” training over a
four-day period; and 30 hours of internship to give
you real-world experience. When you successfully
complete all of your course requirements, you will
receive your nationally-recognized World Instructor
Training School (W.I.T.S.) Personal Trainer
Nursing Assistant Certified
Becoming a Nursing Assistant Certified is the
perfect stepping-stone into a career as a nurse.
Students need to be able to read, write and
speak English well enough to communicate
effectively (ESL Level 6 as determined by the
CASAS assessment). For schedule info go
online to or stop by
Bldg. 6 to pick up a packet. 
Prerequisites: Students must provide proof of
CPR certification for Health Care Providers, a
2-Step TB test, and pass a background check.
Documentation is required no later than 3 p.m.
on Sept. 19, 2013.
Students must register in person at the Tacoma
Campus in Bldg 6. Payment is due in full at
time of registration.
Classes start Sept. 23, 2013.
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If you have a particular talent
and desire to teach adults,
we need you. We are seeking
to expand our course
offerings and welcome your
suggestions on new courses
that you would like to offer.
To be considered
please send an email to
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Proposal and link to
the electronic application.
By registering early you can avoid the disappointment of
missing out on a class that is already full and you can help
prevent a class from cancelling due to low enrollment
(cancellation of a class is usually determined one
business week prior to the class start date).
These courses do not qualify for financial aid.
Workforce and Military Assistance may apply.
Payment is due in full at time of registration. Continuing
Education classes do not qualify for financial aid.
All classes are payable in full at the time of registration.
Confirmation will be sent to students for all registrations.
BY PHONE 253.566.5020
Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.
Payment can be made with VISA or MasterCard.
IN PERSON at the Tacoma Campus, Bldg.
6, 6501 S. 19th Street, Tacoma. Monday-Friday,
8am-5pm. Payment can be made with credit
card, check, cash, or money order. The Tacoma
office will accept cash payments through
the cashier’s office in Bldg. 14 during
business hours.
REFUND POLICY: A phone contact request for a refund
must be received at least 48 hours before the first day of
class. Then, the class fee minus a $20 processing fee, will
be returned to the student. There are no refunds for less
than 48 hours requests received prior to or after the class
has started.
NOTE: Students who are registered for the Nursing
Assistant Certified program but have not met the
prerequisites of the class are subject to being dropped
without a refund.
CANCELLATION: In the event that a Continuing
Education class is cancelled, all effort will be made to
contact all registered students. A full refund will be issued
within 21 days.
Important! All classes are at the Tacoma Campus
unless otherwise noted. Address and map of class
location provided upon registration.