Registration for Short-Term Courses
Fall registration begins the first week in July and Spring registration begins the first week in December of each year. Students may register on-line at www.capectc.org, in person or by mail. Course fees are due at the time of registration. Therefore, we are sorry that we are unable to accept your registration by telephone. Please be sure to mark your calendar for the time and date your class begins. You are enrolled upon receipt of your class fees. You will not be notified unless your class is canceled. You are encouraged to register early, since classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registration also helps prevent the canceling of a class due to insufficient enrollment. Most classes require a minimum of 10 students. You will be notified if the minimum is not met and the class must be canceled. Conversely, many of the classes have limited enrollment. Since we do not currently maintain waiting lists, enroll at your earliest convenience. You must be 18 years of age or older to register for classes.
Obligation for Payment
Registration constitutes a financial contract between students and the school. Students are ultimately responsible for payment of amounts owed to the school, including instances where anticipated financial aid becomes unavailable. If students do not make payments of amounts owed to the school when they become due, the school has the right to cancel students’ registration; to withhold their grades, transcripts, diplomas, certificates, and to refuse admittance to final exams.
Refund Policy: Short-Term Courses
If a course is canceled due to insufficient enrollment or extenuating circumstances, a full refund will be issued. If a student elects to drop a short-term course (courses not eligible for financial aid), the student must make a formal request in writing on the designated form, available at the front office. The student must make the request to drop a course prior to the beginning of the second class meeting to obtain a FULL REFUND. After the second class begins, a REFUND will not be issued. Classes eligible for financial aid are noted by this symbol“v”.
Refund Policy: Motorcycle Safety Class
The exception to this policy, applies to the Basic Rider Motorcycle Safety course. Payment in full is required upon enrollment, $100 of which is non-refundable. A student may withdraw from this course with a partial ($100) refund until 4:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding his/her respective class. Students may not transfer out of the class for which they have enrolled later than one week before the class begins.
School will be closed on the following dates:
Monday, September 5 , 2011
Wednesday, November 23 - Friday, November 25, 2011
and Friday, December 23, 2011 through Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Each short-term class requires a minimum enrollment. If this minimum is not met two days before the start date, the class may be cancelled. Here at the CTC we allow enrollment for short-term classes up until the start date, but a decision about a class running has to be made two days before a class starts. Sometimes classes get cancelled because people wait until the last minute to register. Please enroll early to help ensure a class makes. Courses with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled and registrants will be notified by phone.
In the event of inclement weather, please watch KFVS and/or listen to the local radio stations regarding delay of classes or closing at the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center. A separate announcement will be made for classes of the Cape Girardeau Partnership for Higher Education (CGHPE).
The Career & Technology Center is a smoke-free campus. Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the grounds.