How to Register
- Click the View and Register link to navigate to our online Course Catalog to view all of our classes and trips.
- Mail. Indicate which course you wish to register for, and mail your check to the CE office. Don’t forget to include your contact information! Name, phone number, mailing address, and email address (if applicable) are required. We cannot accept credit card payments via mail.
- Phone us at (262)-335-5208. Registration can be taken over the phone with a credit card during our regular office hours.
- Fax. Indicate the course you would like to register for, your contact information, and your credit card number to the Continuing Education office.
- Walk-in. Register in-person by coming to the Continuing Education office at the UW-Milwaukee at Washington County campus, room 107. Credit cards, cash, and check are accepted in-person.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know which campus my class will be held on?
With the design of the new catalog this year, we have included a Table of Contents at the start of the catalog with page numbers listed for each individual campus, as well as the page numbers for class offerings that are available across the region. Each campus page header is indicated with a different color for each campus. Note: For easy online access, we have also included the website information for that campus at the bottom of each page.
Where do I go to register?
Each of our campuses has its own website and course catalogs. The registration page for each class can be found in the campuses course catalog by visiting the websites listed below:
Once you have found the course you would like to register for, click the Register Now button and either login to your existing CE account or create an account.
What does “Early Bird Discount!” mean?
UW-Milwaukee at Waukesha and Washington County Continuing Education and Professional Development department offers an “Early Bird” savings of 10% to those indicated classes in our catalog if we receive your registration at least three weeks prior to the start of your class. Sorry, the discount cannot be used for special community classes, trips, or travel opportunities (including field trips), online courses, or credit classes.
Is there a discount available for seniors?
In addition to the early-bird specials, we offer a “Silver Dollar Discount”, which is an extra 5% discount for anyone over 62. The discount cannot be used for special community classes, trips, or travel opportunities (including field trips), online courses, or credit classes. In order to receive your discount, you must enter your date of birth in the online registrations system. You may also register over the phone or by mail.
What is the "Youth Event Health form"?
The Youth Event Health Form is required to be filled out for all minors (under age 18) in order to participate in each of our classes. A new health form must be submitted for each class that the student is registered for, since health history is subject to change. All youth event health forms must be scanned, faxed, or mailed back to Continuing Education prior to the start of class.
How do I find out where my classroom is?
Class details can be accessed on our registration site with your class description. You will receive an email confirmation with your class location about a week prior to the start of the class. You can also call our office for course information.
I didn't receive an email confirmation for my class. Is it running?
If you did not receive a confirmation for your course and it is less than seven days before the start date, please call the Continuing Education and Professional Development office at (262)-335-5208 for assistance.
I’m not sure where I should park. Do I need a pass?
Directions to each campus and a campus map will be included with your class confirmation about a week prior to the start of your class. Parking passes are not required after 5 p.m. on weekdays or weekends. Check with your specific campus to find parking rules.
How will I know if my class is canceled due to weather?
Weather cancellation information will be posted by 3pm on our websites www.waukesha.uwc.edu/ce or www.washington.uwc.edu/community/continuing-ed. All participants will be notified via email about any course cancellation. If you do not have an email, you will need to contact our office or visit our website for this information. All canceled classes will be rescheduled. If a student elects to not attend due to weather, no voucher or refund will be given.
I won’t be able to attend a course I registered for. How do I cancel my enrollment?
If you cancel 72 hours or more ahead of the class start date, a voucher* will be issued to you. If less than 72 hours’ notice is given, you will not be eligible to receive a voucher. No refunds will be given. *Vouchers are not issued for and cannot be used towards trips, online, or credit courses.*
I would like to support Continuing Education. Can I make a monetary donation?
Yes! All monetary donations are appreciated and go towards Continuing Education’s Program Fund. We rely on donations to help us provide quality programs for the community. You can easily add a donation to our online registration system during your checkout. Please call the office, or visit our website under “Support Continuing Ed” for more details!
Can I receive credits for Continuing Education courses?
Continuing Education units (CEUs) may be awarded upon completion of a class, either on-campus or online. Ten class hours is equivalent to 1.0 CEU. If you would like to request CEUs, please contact the Continuing Education office prior to the start of your class. For the processing of CEU requests, a $15 fee is charged per class.
Do I need to purchase a textbook or any supplies for my course?
Textbook and supply information can be found on the Continuing Education registration website within the course description and will be sent via email with the class confirmation about a week prior to the start of your class. Students are responsible for insuring that they have all of the materials for the course prior to the start date. Texts can be purchased at a local bookstore or through an online venue.