Registration

How to Register

Registration is ongoing throughout the year for continuing education classes.  Register early to avoid class cancellations. ACC requires a minimum number of students to enroll for a class to be held.


What is the difference between CEWD and credit?

CEWD classes give you fast track options and hands on training students need to obtain skills in the work place. A college application, transcripts or college entrance exams are not required to enroll in  CEWD  programs.  Students  may  only  take  classes  specific  to  the  trade  you  are  registering  for.  Unlike  credit  classes,  CEWD  courses  are  non-transferrable  from  one  college  to  another.  Upon  completion  of  a  CEWD  program,  students  will  earn  a  Certificate  of  Completion  or  a  state  certification.  Credit  programs  are  geared  for  a  two  year  degree  or  transfer  of  credit  to  another  college or university.  More information about credit vs. non-credit can be found here.  

Register In-Person

Registration can also be completed through email at cewd@alvincollege.edu. Include the course(s) and/or programs in which you are interested, and a representative from CEWD will respond. 

Click here for CE Registration Form.pdf

Location:
Alvin Campus 
3110 Mustang Road, Room H103
Alvin, TX 77511
Phone: 281-756-3787

Hours:
Monday-Tuesday
8:00AM - 5:00PM

Wednesday-Friday
8:00AM - 4:30PM


Register Online

Online registration is available for some Continuing Education Workforce Development training programs.

  1. Register Online with WebACCess
  2. Choose the Topic Code and Location in drop-down menus for the class which you are registering.
  3. Select the class session for which you are registering by clicking on the white box in the select column. Click Submit at the bottom of the page.
  4. On the Personal Identification page, fill out all of the fields that are indicated with a red star with the student’s information.

Important: When entering information on the Personal Identification screen, ALL the information must be the student’s. Using a parent/spouse’s Social Security Number in place of a student’s will cause record damage with the college’s Registrar. Please note on the top of that screen the message regarding address and/or phone number changes; if you are a returning student and your address/numbers/email have changed within the last 3 months you must contact our office in order for us to have updated information. Just entering the new information on the Personal Identification screen will not over-ride the old information in our student database. It is important our office has current student information in case of class cancellations or changes. Please call CEWD at 281-756-3787.


Payment Options

Payment must be made at the time of registration. Currently there are no payment plans for Continuing Education.

If registering in person, payment must be made at the Cashier window located in the Admissions office in Bldg. A, immediately following registration.

For courses available through WebAccess or Marketplace, you may pay with a credit card online.

Important: When entering your payment information, the student’s name will automatically populate in on the Payer’s Name line. You must change this to the name on the Check or Credit Card.

Class/Payment Confirmation: this will show you the classes you are now officially registered for. In the paragraph below the classes you will find your user ID (to log back in to registration if needed), and your password will be emailed to you.

Methods of Payment

Cash, checks, money orders, traveler's checks, VISA, Master Card, American Express, and Discover are accepted as payment for classes.


Service for Students with Disabilities

Voice 281-756-3531
TDD 281-756-3845

ACC complies with ADA and 504 Federal guidelines by affording equal access to individuals who are seeking an education. Students who have a disability and would like classroom accommodations must register with the Office of Disability Services, A 136, 281-756-3533. Instructors are not able to provide accommodations until the proper process has been followed.