To register for a class visit the college or school continuing education link found at the COURSE CATALOG page. Find the course that interests you and select the “register now button” then follow the prompts. If you have questions, contact the continuing education administrator in the college or school offering the course of interest. Unless otherwise stated, clients interested in enrolling in a continuing education, community education and workforce or professional development courses should be 18 years of age or older. A high school diploma and GED are preferred, but many courses do not require one.
Where specified, a bachelors or graduate degree may be a prerequisite.
**Please refer to course descriptions for further information on course enrollment requirements.
Continuing and Extended Education Refund Policy
Refund to original payment is made at 100% when a registrant cancels attendance at least seven business days prior to the start of the first class. Alternatively, the registrant can choose to transfer paid tuition to a later, equivalent course of their choosing within the same college or school at no additional cost. Refunds may take up to ten business-days to receive.
A cancellation and refund request after seven business days up until the first day of class will be refunded minus a $25 late cancellation fee.
No refund will be issued after the first day of a class. Students canceling after the first day of class can choose to transfer paid tuition to a later, equivalent course of their choosing within the same college or school, by paying a late administrative change fee of $50.00.
Cleveland State University serves hundreds of students with a variety of disabilities, including learning disabilities, chronic health issues, attention deficit disorders, psychological conditions, visual impairments, mobility impairments, and hearing impairments. Anyone requesting accommodations due to a disability should make her or his request through the Office of Disability Services.
The mission of the Office of Disability Services is to provide leadership in fostering an environment that supports the full participation by all individuals in the campus community.
The Office of Disability Services (ODS) provides assistance to both students and faculty in accommodating students with disabilities. This office serves as the primary resource for all student disability issues. The office has a long history, dating back to before both the ADA and the Rehabilitation Act. It was created in 1970 to serve the needs of a growing population of students with disabilities on campus.