Workforce Development and Community Education: Spring 2023

53 | COVID-19 vaccination requirements for in-person classes at TIPS FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION To create and activate your account and/or to register for classes go to CLASS SEARCH Click on the tile "Class Search-Continuing Ed." Then Select the term “Spring 2023” Enter the class you are searching for, either the title or the description. NEW STUDENTS If you have never taken a class at SUNY WCC, click on the tile "Cont. Ed Online Registration." You will be prompted to fill out an online form to create a user account. Please note that if you are already in our database, or if your information is a match to an existing record, you will be unable to continue, and must contact our office at 914-606-6830, press 1 for help. RETURNING STUDENTS Click the "Signin or Activate New Account" tile to enter your user id and password. You will need your student self-service ID. If you don’t have it, call 914-606-6830, press 1 or contact the MyWCC Helpdesk (info below). For help, see “Registration Guide for Returning CE Students” at The MyWCC Help Desk is available at or 914-606-5600. Payment is due at the time of online registration. If you have trouble making an online payment, call our office at 914-606-6830, press 1. Enrollments without payment will be dropped and you will need to reregister. CUSTOMER INFORMATION CHANGES & CLOSINGS: Programs, requirements, course times/ dates and instructors are subject to change without advance notice. Tuition and fees set forth in this publication are similarly subject to change. In the event of severe weather or other emergencies, classes may be canceled. When this happens, every effort will be made to reschedule the class. For information on emergency closings, visit our website at or call 914-606-6900. CONFIRMATIONS: Once your registration has been submitted, simply come to class either in-person or virtually. We will contact you should your class be full or canceled for any reason, or if there is a problem with your registration; confirmations are not sent out. Obtain your course information and receipt anytime by accessing your account at (User ID required; contact the SUNY Westchester Community College Help Desk at or 914-606-6830 press 1 for help). PAYMENT OPTIONS: Payment is accepted using credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover), and check or money order. No cash payments accepted. We accept 529 and Sallie Mae funding for select workforce training programs. REGISTER EARLY: Classes are canceled for under-enrollment several days in advance. We recommend that you register at least ONE week in advance of the course start date. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION: REMOTE Students and instructors report virtually to classes on the designated days, dates, and times they are scheduled for. HYBRID Combination of remote and in-person instruction. You will meet virtually and in-person on scheduled days. IN-PERSON Students and instructors meet in-person on the designated days, dates, and times they are scheduled for. ONLINE Students work on assignments and view content at their own pace online for the duration of the course. CAMPUSSECURITY INFORMATION To obtain a copy of our annual security report, visit For campus maps and directions, visit DIVERSITYSTATEMENT The Division of Workforce Development and Community Education offers a wide range of courses for adults, teens, children, and seniors. SUNY Westchester Community College is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in all areas. To learn more about the college’s DEI Statement, Policies and work led by our Chief Diversity Officer and Title IX Coordinator, please visit HOWTOREADACOURSEDESCRIPTION CE-BUS 2073VA, 4 Tues., Apr. 12-May 3, 6:00-9:00 pm, KNC–3, $120. L Leahy. #12718 TEXTBOOK REQUIRED CATALOG # DAY/DATES/TIME CLASS MEETS BUILDING– ROOM # COST INSTRUCTOR COURSE TITLE Improve Your Writing Skills For both new and out-of-practice writers. Learn to write clearer sentences, develop effective paragraphs, design opening statements, arrange facts and ideas logically, and increase readability. A knowledge of basic grammar rules is assumed. COURSE DESCRIPTION CLASS #