Continuing Education FAQs
Here are some frequently asked questions about Continuing Education programs. If the answers to your questions are not here refer to Continuing Education policies or if you need more information, please call (918) 595-7200 or email email@example.com.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
What are Continuing Education Units?
Continuing Education and Workforce Development at Tulsa Community College offers Continuing Education Unit (CEU) courses. CEUs are nationally recognized units for measuring educational participation in continuing education non-credit programs. One CEU is awarded for every 10 hours of completed coursework. CEUs provide the framework for documenting students’ efforts to update or broaden their knowledge and skills. These CEUs are accepted by many employers and professional agencies as evidence of your commitment to career advancement and the maintenance of professional competence. Courses granting CEUs do not offer academic credit.
If CEUs are required for various licensed professions, you must check with the licensing board for your profession to ensure that a course meets the educational requirements.
To ensure accurate attendance tracking, instructor(s) will take role or students may sign the attendance roster during each class. CEWD retains the right to not award CEUs if proper documentation of attendance cannot be provided. Obtaining CEUs requires minimum 70% attendance and completion of required class work. To receive a certificate documenting CEUs earned, students must submit a written request via email. CEUs are not granted for hours spent on activities such as performances, field trips, or tours.
How do I get a copy of my student CEUs record?
Verification of your CEUs will be provided upon request. Student records from our website are for personal tracking only and cannot be used to verify the number of CEUs accredited to the student. To obtain a certificate of completion with your CEUs, please submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. CEUs verification may take up to two weeks to be issued.
What is Credit/Non-Credit Programming?
Students may enroll through Continuing Education to attend the same classes offered for credit. This is called co-listing classes and is also referred to as credit/noncredit programming. Enrollment through Continuing Education will yield zero credit and will not build hours toward a degree plan at TCC, nor are you considered a TCC degree-seeking student; however, CEUs may be issued. In many instances, credit/noncredit classes offer students the benefits of getting the instruction you need without barriers to enrollment such as placement tests, high school transcript, or general education required for a degree.
Review materials needed for your noncredit course(s) in your syllabus.
If you’re interested in enrolling at TCC as a credit student, please refer to TCC's Admissions page for credit/degree enrollment instructions.
When you register for any TCC-CEWD course(s), students will create a student profile with a limited amount of personal information so TCC-CEWD can maintain a record of students' attendance and/or grades. For registration purposes, we ask for the student's name, address, phone number, and date of birth.
TCC-CEWD uses your personal information to provided you up-to-date instructions about learning events, to notify you of any important changes, and to communicate special offers.
To register for classes online, students may pay with a Visa or a MasterCard. Please click on the course title to see the class description and to register.
Checks and Money Orders are payable to Tulsa Community College. Cash must be paid in person at the Continuing Education Office between Monday - Friday at Tulsa Community College Northeast Campus in room 142 of the Academic Building. Please bring exact change.
For further registration assistance or questions, please contact us at (918) 595-7200 or email@example.com.
If the class you are interested in is already full, add yourself to the waiting list and please check with us to see when it will be offered again. Please provide us with the course title when contacting us.
For ESL Classes
To register for classes, students must call ESL's office at (918) 595-7536 or visit their office at TCC Northeast room 1512 in the Student Union Building. To learn more about the ESL Program, click here.
Early registrations are encouraged at least one week before the first day of class to ensure adequate enrollment and space availability. Most courses fill up quickly, so please reserve your spot as soon as possible. Course tuition must be paid for in full at the time of registration. In addition, please read the course content for the list of material(s) you may need to purchase separately for the class unless indicated that all materials will be provided. Credit/Non-Credit class materials will be listed in the syllabus.
Please note that our programs are designed for adults, so participants must be at least 18 years of age unless otherwise approved by the course instructor. Each student must complete a separate online registration for each person registering.
How do I create an account with TCC-CEWD?
For first-time users, students must complete a Student Profile for each person registering or create a Household Profile.
The Household Profile is designed for families or a group of people who share the same contact information such as address, phone number, email, etc. This profile is popularly used for our College For Kids Program. Complete the Household Profile with the guardian's/parent's personal information; once the account is created, you'll have the option to add your child(ren)'s names to the account. This will save you time.
I am a TCC student and I have a T#, is my login information the same as MyTCC?
No, you must complete a separate Student Profile with TCC-CEWD.
I have attended TCC before and I have a T#, is my login information the same as MyTCC?
No, you must complete a separate Student Profile with TCC-CEWD.
Financial and Payment Options
Full payment is expected at the time of registration. We accept payments made by Visa or Mastercard (debit/credit) online. Checks and money orders made payable to Tulsa Community College or cash are accepted at the TCC Continuing Education office:
Tulsa Community College - Northeast Campus
Continuing Education & Workforce Development
3727 East Apache Street, Suite 1102
Tulsa, OK 74115
Can my employer pay for my course(s)?
Yes! For more information see our Invoice Policy.
Books and Supplies
Supplies and textbooks are not included in the course fees unless stated in the course description. If you are enrolled in a Credit/Non-Credit class, you'll receive an email with access information to Blackboard, an online tool that allows faculty to add resources for students such as syllabi, homework assignments, etc. Please read your class syllabus to be informed of any materials that you will need.
Suggestion: Save your receipts and do not mark in the book or open the packet until the enrollment level ensures the class will run. The class cancellation decision will be made two full business days (M-F) before the first day of class for CEWD classes and up to class start date for Credit/Non-Credit classes.
Attendance and Grade
For more information see the Attendance/Grade Policy.
What is Credit/Noncredit policy of course completion?
Our noncredit students enrolled in TCC credit classes must adhere to the attendance policies specific to each credit class, which will be listed in the syllabus.
Tulsa Community College Continuing Education and Workforce Development (TCC-CEWD) will not issue 1098-T tax forms to students in Continuing Education classes. The IRS does not require that TCC-CEWD provide 1098-T forms to non-degree students. Students may consult with their accountant or tax preparer to determine if TCC-CEWD courses are deductible for tax purposes.
Returning Students - Student Gateway Link
Please click this link to return to the Continuing Education student login page.