Job Training & Continuing Education
The Continuing Education Division at Vance-Granville Community offers a variety of programs to meet the needs and interests of its citizens. There are opportunities for students to gain basic academic skills, job training and retraining skills, along with personal growth and cultural programs. The Continuing Education Division provides life-long learning opportunities. Some courses are offered on a semester basis or as needed. Courses are scheduled when a need is established and space and an instructor are available.
Any adult who is 18 years or older may enroll in Continuing Education courses. Individuals who are 16 to 18 years old and determine to have special needs may be admitted only after meeting special admissions requirements.
Costs for Continuing Education courses vary but are usually a nominal fee. Human Resources Development (HRD) courses are fee waived if a student meets the established criteria. The cost per class unless otherwise indicated is as follows:
$70.00 – for classes 0-24 hours
$125.00 – for classes 25-50 hours
$180.00 – for classes 50+ hours
$4.00 – Campus Access Fee
$3.00 – Technology Fee
Registration for occupational extension courses can be completed on-line. Schedules for classes in all continuing education areas are updated on the website throughout the entire year.
As of November 1, 2017, Senior Citizens 65 or older may audit a course section without payment of any required tuition or registration fee. Senior citizens shall pay self-supporting fees or other fees associated with the course.
The Continuing Education Division will award Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for all appropriate programs. The CEU is an established method of recording an individual’s participation in an organized continuing experience under qualified instruction. Anyone earning CEUs at Vance-Granville Community College can obtain an official transcript from the Records Office .
Students will be eligible for a 100 percent registration fee refund if official withdrawal occurs prior to the first course meeting or the course is canceled due to insufficient enrollment. A seventy-five (75) percent registration fee refund will be given if the student withdraws prior to or on the ten (10) percent point of the scheduled hours once the course begins. For contact-hour courses, five (5) calendar days from the first day of class is the determination date. Students must contact staff in the program area to start the process for refunds and a request for refund must be completed. Additional fees (if applicable) will be 100 percent refunded when a student officially withdraws from a course prior to the first class meeting. These fees are non-refundable once the course begins. For Self-Supporting classes, no refund will be made unless the course is canceled.
Course Cancellation Policy:
Vance-Granville Community College reserves the right to cancel any course due to low registration and/or attendance. For more information: (252) 738-3300NC Community College Public Safety Calendar School Release for Underage Students Form