Continuing Education Registration

CEWD - Registration

This registration form is for Continuing Education students only.

Students interested in Credit courses can find Admissions information here and registration information here.
Please fill out this form to begin your registration. After submission, Norwalk Community College will contact you by telephone for payment information.

Required fields are marked with an *

1. Contact Information

If you have legally changed your name, please include your previous name here so we can make sure not to create a duplicate account.
Please enter the best email to contact.
Please enter the best phone number to contact.
If desired, please enter a secondary phone.
Permanent Mailing Address *
Permanent Mailing Address
City
State/Province
Zip/Postal
If you've registered with us before, is this mailing address above a new address? Leave disabled if not.

2. Student Details

Are you a new or returning student?

3. Course(s) Details

Please enter the details of the course(s) you'd like to register for. (Use the ADD button to the right to register for multiple courses, up to 10)
This is a 4 digit number.
Example: BIO D123, COMP D1234
This is a 2-3 character code such as: 34A, 1XC
The course starting date

4. Disclosures

The college reserves the right to cancel classes or limit class size. The semester Course Schedule is subject to change.

Please toggle each option below to confirm that you have read and agreed to the following policies.

Refund Policy: A student who withdraws by the last BUSINESS DAY (24 hours) prior to the class start date is entitled to a full refund. No refund will be made after the first class meeting of the course except in cases of: serious illness, call to active military duty, or other extenuating circumstances. Documentation will be required by the Division of Continuing Education to support the refund appeal.
I understand that in the event of an outbreak of the coronavirus or other illness, the institutions reserve the right to adapt the format of any class to an entirely online/distance learning modality as public health conditions warrant. Such change will not result in any increase or decrease of tuition and fees.