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REGISTRATION DEADLINE
Please
register
early!
Registration should be complet-
ed early to guarantee a space in
the class. Late registrations may
be accepted if the class is not
full. Minimum enrollment levels
are established for each course.
When enrollment levels are not
met, the course may be can-
celled. Confirmation notices are
not sent. You must mark your
calendar with dates and times.
NON-CREDIT COURSE POLICY
Payment is due at the time of
registration. Individuals may pay
by cash, check or credit card. For
company sponsored individuals,
an invoice may be used. Invoice
information must be determined
at the time of registration.
ATTENDANCE POLICY:
Failure to attend a non-credit
course does not constitute with-
drawal. The office of Continuing
Education must be notified direct-
ly of a cancellation at least three
business days before the start
date of a class in order to receive
a full refund. Refunds will not be
made once a class begins.
Participant substitutions may be
made.
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
The Continuing Education Unit
(CEU) is a nationally recognized
method of quantifying time spent
in the classroom during profes-
sional development and training
activities. The primary purpose of
the CEU is to provide a perma-
nent record of the educational
accomplishments of an individual
who has satisfactorily completed
significant non-credit educational
and career enhancement experi-
ences. One CEU is equal to ten
contact hours of participation in
an organized continuing educa-
tion experience under qualified
instruction. For more information
about customized sources for
your
business,
call
the
Continuing Education office.
REFUNDS/CANCELLATIONS
Continuing Education is self-
supporting and costs are cov-
ered through student registration
fees. In the event a course is
cancelled
by
Continuing
Education, the student will
receive a full refund or may apply
payment to a future course (with-
in one year). The registrant will
be notified of any changes in
dates or times. It is important that
you provide a valid telephone
number. No refunds will be given
once a course begins. Rates for
courses are subject to change
without notice. Check with the
Continuing Education office for
current fees. Troy University
reserves the right to cancel any
classes, make instructor, and/or
course substitutions without prior
notice.
MISPRINTS
The office of Continuing Education
shall not be held responsible for
misprints (typos) with regard to
course fees, dates, etc. Schedules
and instructors are subject to
change. We appreciate your busi-
ness and your patience.
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
In the event of inclement weath-
er, tune into your local radio or
television stations for informa-
tion about closings.
Important Information
Table of Contents
Business / Professional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
Ed2Go
Healthcare Seminars
Insurance Pre-Licensure -
New Course!
Master Mentor Program
NxLevel Training
Real Estate
SHRM Learning System
Social Media Security Professional
Tax Workshop
Computers and Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Cyber-Security
Excel
Powerpoint
Quickbooks
Technical Bootcamps
Certificate / License Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9
Auctioneer
Career Training
Paralegal
Personal Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Community Band
Chinese
Spanish
Teacher Workshops
Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
CONTACT INFORMATION
Continuing Education Center
501 University Drive
P.O. Box 8368
Dothan, Alabama 36304
Phone: (334) 983-0005; Fax: (334) 983-0009
Email: continuinged@troy.edu
Visit us online: www.troy.edu/ce
Spring 2015 Schedule
Thursday, January 1..........................................................................................................................................................New Year’s Day (Campus Closed)
Friday, January 2 ..............................................................................................................................................................................................Campus Open
Monday, January 19.......................................................................................................................................Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Campus Closed)
Monday-Thursday, March 9-13......................................................................................................................................................Spring Break, No Classes
Friday, March 13.............................................................................................................................................................................................Campus Closed
Monday, May 25 .................................................................................................................................................................Memorial Day (Campus Closed)
Tobacco Free Campus
Troy University is committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for all students, faculty and staff. The University's Board of
Trustees demonstrated this commitment with the approval of a resolution designating Troy University as a tobacco-free institution. This
new policy, effective since August 13, 2012, prohibits smoking and the use of all tobacco products within all University buildings, park-
ing lots, structures, walkways, indoor and outdoor athletic facilities, University vehicles, worksites and grounds and any vehicles on campus regardless of
ownership. The health care and health education programs of the University perform an important function by demonstrating and promoting healthy
lifestyles through activities such as curtailment of the use of tobacco products. This policy applies to all Troy University employees, students, contractors,
vendors, recruits and visitors.