There are no requirements to attend most noncredit Continuing Education classes for adults.
Most classes do not require a High School Diploma/High School Equivalency Diploma. Some experience may be necessary. Check course description for details and required prerequisites. Contact us with questions at 732.255.0409.
CEU are awarded for participation in occupations and professional development courses. CEU eligible courses are identified in the course description. Attendance rate of 80% is required in order to recieve CEU. Some courses may require a passing grade in order to receive CEU.
Contact CPE in order to request CEU grade reports.
In order to qualify for a Certificate, you must complete all the courses within the Certificate Program successfully.
Email the request for your certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- OCC ID#
- Your name
- The name of the certificate you are requesting
- Your current mailing address
You may request a transcript letter by following this same procedure.
CPE accepts purchase orders, vouchers, and letters of intent on company letterhead for pre-approved companies only by mail. A completed CPE Registration Form must accompany these documents.
Provide CPE with a current email address to receive your course confirmations and registration receipts by email.
If you are registering online, you may print a registration receipt.
It is your responsibility to confirm the start of the course and its room assignment by checking CPE Spring Classroom Locations.
CPE posts the weekly schedule of class meeting times every Friday.
All classes are at OCC, unless otherwise noted.
IMPORTANT Bring your registration receipt/confirmation to the first class. If you register close to the start of the class, your name will not be on the instructor’s attendance sheet. Present your payment receipt for entrance into the class.
CPE reserves the right to cancel a course. Additionally, CPE may change course time, location, or instructor.
If the status of a course is changed, CPE will notify you by email or phone call.
If a course is cancelled, all registered students will be issued a full refund.
Reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities are determined and approved by the Center for Student Success-Disability Services. If you, as a student, believe you are eligible for accommodations (e.g. testing, captioning, ASL, large print) but have not obtained approval please contact Disability Services immediately at 732.255.0456, 711 (NJ Relay), or e-mail at email@example.com.
Disability Services notifies students of their approved academic reasonable accommodations and coordinates implementation of those accommodations. It is the student’s responsibility to provide faculty with a copy of the individualized accommodation plan, and are encouraged to discuss details of the implementation of individual accommodations.
In case of emergency, OCC will administer First Aid and/or arrange for transport to a hospital unless you specify otherwise.
Submit a completed Kids & Teens Health Waiver with your child’s registration form prior to the camp/course start date or bring it with you on the first day of the camp/course.
OCC does not tolerate student misconduct on campus at any time. For a list of misconduct examples, refer to the OCC Student Campus Life Policy #5247.
College administration will address all CPE student misconduct incidents and deal with each situation appropriately.
CPE will provide a refund for a class ONLY if you withdraw four (4) business days, 8:00AM-4:00PM prior to the start date of the class for which you are registered.
If you are withdrawing due to medical circumstances or personal hardship, CPE requires proper documentation.
Refunds are issued within 2-4 weeks based on the original payment method.
CPE does not issue refunds should you be dismissed from class for misconduct. CPE does not issue refunds for trips or ticketed events. Student substitutions for courses are not allowed.
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CPE Kids & Teens on Campus Policies
Our Kids on Campus programs are intended to be an educational, fun experience for children. To insure a happy and healthy summer, please adhere to the following parameters.
In the event of an emergency, it is imperative that CPE Camp Instructors have current contact numbers.
If your daily contact number changes, please provide the change to the instructor when dropping your child off at camp.
All campers must be dropped off and picked up at their classrooms. Students must be signed in and out of camp by a parent, legal guardian, or legally designated adult.
It is imperative that children are picked up promptly at the end of class.
All campers should pack a snack and a bottle of water.
Kids & Teens On Campus offers before-camp care as a service to working parents. Our program begins at 7:30AM and ends at 9:00AM, Monday through Friday. Campers participate in supervised activities in a relaxed atmosphere.
Adults escort the campers to their morning camp in time for their 8:30AM or 9:00AM start. Camps that begin at 8:30AM or 9:00AM are available for this program. Register ahead of your camp’s start date. We do not accept daily registrations.
Kids & Teens On Campus offers a supervised lunch hour for campers who wish to remain on campus between their morning and afternoon camps. Campers may bring their own lunch or purchase lunch at the college cafeteria.
Adults escort the campers to their afternoon locations. Kids & Teens On Campus offers this complimentary service to campers whose morning program ends at noon.