NonCredit Registration & Other Information
August - December
January - May
Continuing Education Units
The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized unit of measurement for participation in non-credit continuing education programs. Adults who participate in the Center's programs that award CEUs will have a permanent transcript of CEU's that may be useful for promotion or certification purposes.
In order to register for non-credit courses, you will first need to enroll. To enroll, complete an online application, providing your contact information, immigration status if you are not a U.S. citizen, and some personal information. The system will then assign you a Student ID and PIN.
To enroll contact email@example.com
You can register in several ways:
- Online with MyMercer:
Go to MyMercer and use the "Continuing Studies Students", Need Help? Go button to
learn about our NEW ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2014.
- Phone: call 609-570-3311 and use your VISA, MasterCard, or American Express
(Discover not honored) during these hours:
- Monday-Thursday, 9 am - 7 pm
- Friday, 9 am - 5 pm
- Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am - 4 pm
- In Person: The Conference Center on the West
Windsor Campus during the hours above.
- Mail or FAX: Use the form in the mailer or print it now (pdf).
The FAX number 609-570-3883 is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Registrations must be received 10 business days before the course start date.
A $15 late fee will be charged (for each class) for registrations received after that time.
There is a non-refundable $10 per semester registration fee.
Non-U.S. citizens are assigned registration numbers. Please call our registration desk
at (609) 570-3311.
After your registration is received, your registration is confirmed unless you are notified
Phone: Once you register by phone, you can assume your registration is confirmed.
Mail, FAX and Website: Please contact the noncredit registration office at
(609) 570-3311 to make sure your registration is received if you do not
receive your confirmation prior to the start of the course
The confirmation usually specifies the classroom building and room number. If you do not receive
room information (appearing as "TBA"), call 609-570-3311 for the assigned room location and plan
to arrive early for your first class.
Unless otherwise noted, noncredit courses are scheduled at the West
Windsor Campus. Locations are indicated in the course descriptions for courses that meet at any other site.
The college reserves the right to cancel a course when registration is less than the minimum
required. Tuition and fees are refunded in full when the course is canceled by the college.
Notice of cancellation will be given in writing when possible or by phone.
When you register, please provide a daytime phone number at which you can be reached in
the event of a cancellation.
A student who withdraws seven (7) business days before a class begins will receive a full refund.
No refunds will be given thereafter. Please call 609-570-3311 or
When courses are canceled because of inclement weather or for other reasons, announcements
will be made on
Supplies, Materials, Books
Course descriptions include materials/book information. Materials are supplied by students
at their own expense unless otherwise indicated. Required texts are
available in the college bookstore, arranged by course number, unless otherwise noted.
If you are unable to purchase books during regularly scheduled hours, please call the bookstore
(609-570-3416) with credit card information and request that your purchase be held at the Security office.
Senior Citizens Policy
Mercer County residents who are age 65 or older may enroll in noncredit courses with space available.
This policy does not apply to certificate programs, special events or courses specifically designed for
older adults. Please note that the students must pay books, materials, and lab fees.
Please call after 3 pm on the day before the course is to begin (609) 570-3311 to check
availability and to register.
Ample parking is provided in the two student lots indicated on the map that will be sent
to you along with your confirmation if your registration is received early.
The lots are well lighted at night.
Students or instructors who require special services, please send email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 609-570-3422.
Timing is important!
There are three important reasons why EARLY registration can benefit you.
- By registering early, you will receive your confirmation in a timely manner.
- We limit class size to provide the best learning experience for our students. Many of
our courses fill very quickly.
- Occasionally a course may be canceled because of insufficient registration. You can help
save a good course by registering at least 10 working days before it begins and avoid a $15 late fee too.