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What is the application procedure for San Diego Continuing Education?

San Diego Continuing Education is an amazing institute for continuing education. I am thinking about applying to this institution for my continuing education courses for teachers. The only problem is that I have no clue how to apply for the program or where to do it. Do I have to pay for the registration and will it take me a very long time to complete the application process? I would also like to know how long it will take after the application process for me to begin taking my classes.

Kristi Hammond

in Higher Education

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Kaitlin Dean on March 15, 2018

You are right San Diego CE is one of the best institutes for continuing education. The institute offers a number of programs and they offer excellent training. The institute has a very easy application procedure. They have an online registration and application for community education programs, English as a Second Language and non-credit programs. You will use the same procedure for your continuing education teachers’ courses

Non-Credit Application and Registration

The first step is completing an online application. New students are required to begin the application from scratch while returning students simply need to update their details on the online platform. Once you have completed the online application, the next thing you will be required to do is to get a student attendance card. This can be obtained from any of the institutions’ campuses. After this, you will need an access code. This will be provided by your instructor in your first class. Use the code to register online. Also make sure you have a CRN number to register for different classes.

Registration for Community Education

The community education programs are fee-based programs. This means you will have to pay a fee to take the courses. Normally the charges range from $5-$15 for every instructional hour. This program is open to people who are above 18 years old. To apply, you need to follow the same application procedure described for non-credit programs.

The application process is very simple. As long as you have all the required details, you can complete the application process in less than an hour. It will not take you very long o begin your classes. Once you have registered and paid the required fee, you can begin the classes. However, every student must start the classes as instructed. There is a calendar that shows when classes start. Therefore, make sure you check the calendar so that you can find out which classes you can apply for as soon as possible.

Although everything concerning application and registration can be done online without having to visit the campuses, I would suggest that you visit the campuses to get clear directions on how to apply for the teacher’s courses. This is very important because it will give you clear directions. You will also get a chance to ask other questions concerning the class schedule, fees and any other question you might have about the program. Last but not least, you get an opportunity to visit the campus and see some of their facilities. This enables you to make the right decision.

Tad Frazier2 years ago

Numerous people apply for San Diego continuing education. This makes the online system really slow at times especially when you are trying to complete your online application and registration. Therefore, I wouldn’t encourage you to complete an online application. In my opinion, you should visit the campus to find out whether or not they can receive your application in-person. If not, ask them to give you clear directions on how to go about it. This is especially important if you are supposed to pay an application fee. Without clear application instructions, you might end up losing your money and not completing the application process. The student service center personnel is very friendly, they will give you all the information you need concerning applications. With the information, try completing your application as early as possible and follow up to see if the campus received your application. The application only takes a few minutes of your time.

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