Community and Continuing Education Registration
Community and Continuing Education requires payment at the time of registration. If payment is not received at the time of registration, the student will be dropped from the course(s).
Children in Community and Continuing Education Courses
Community and Continuing Education courses are designed to meet the learning needs of adult learners, unless otherwise designated. We do not provide onsite day care and do not allow unregistered children to attend class sessions or sit unsupervised in public areas.
Children under the age of 16 that want to register for a course not designated for children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is also registered and will be in attendance at all class sessions with them. Prior approval for children is required by the instructor and program developer or department manager. To make a request, please call 253-840-8451 and allow 10 working days before the course begins for processing of your request.
If granted permission to participate, children must be registered with their legal name and birthdate.
Access and Disability Services (ADS)
Contact ADS to request accommodations due to a disability. If you are unsure of your needs, ADS is happy to consult and answer your questions. Contact ADS as soon as possible, as some accommodations take time to implement. Contact information is on the ADS website.
Weather and Emergency Related Closure Information
Pierce College Community and Continuing Education class sessions may be canceled in case of snow, extreme cold, or other emergency. Listen for announcements on local TV and radio news stations for up-to-date information about closures and delays. Also, see the Pierce College home page and the Community and Continuing Education home page. In case of class session cancellations due to weather or other emergency related events beyond our control, we will make every effort to accommodate students. However, we do not guarantee make-up hours and will not provide refunds for canceled class sessions.