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Do I have to be a college graduate to enroll in continuing education classes?

Generally, no. Some courses may require a certain level of education or prior training in order to enroll. Be sure to read any “prerequisites” that may be listed for a course.

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Do I need a textbook for your courses?

In 95% of courses, all materials and hand-outs will be provided and included in your registration.  In the case where a textbook is required, a link for purchase will be included on the course description page.

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What are the prices of your programs, and are there any discounts?

Please visit each program page for prices.  In some cases, we offer discounts in conjunction with a promotion or advertising campaign.  If you received a "promo code", simply enter in the registration checkout page where indicated.  Your prices will be updated to reflect that particular promotion.

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What are the dress requirements?

Depends on the program.  For most professional courses, business casual is the norm.  For some hands-on & installer courses, please dress appropriately for that type of activity including in some cases protective gear and footwear.

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Where do your programs take place?

All over New Jersey.  See our locations for a site near you.

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Do you have a refund policy?

Yes, see our FAQ category under "Payments and Refunds".

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Are course canceled for inclement weather?

First, and foremost, if you do not feel comfortable enough to drive, please don't! Classes are canceled when the university is closed; which is a rare event. Check website for weather updates and cancellations.  Information will be posted here.  You may also call our University Help Desk at 732-445-INFO.

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Where are you located?

Our administrative offices are located at 35 Berrue Circle, Suite 206, Piscataway NJ 08854 (Livingston Campus)

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What is a CEU?

CEU stands for “Continuing Education Unit.” A CEU is a unit of credit equal to 10 hours of participation in an accredited program designed for professionals with certificates or licenses to practice various professions. Some professionals, such as professional engineers and architects, have slightly different designations.

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What is continuing education?

Continuing education programs are educational opportunities offered to individuals throughout their lifecycle. These programs cover a range of experiences including courses, camps, conferences, and certificate programs.

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