How to Enroll – Workforce & Community Education

It’s easy & open to all

Continuing education and job-related non-credit classes have open enrollment. The only limitation is class size, so complete and submit your registration as soon as you can.

Join the thousands of your co-workers and neighbors who get involved in our classes, seminars, and workshops every year. Call us at (860) 215-9028 if you have further questions.

Download the Fall 2016 catalog

Four ways to enroll

Online Registration

Some of our classes are available through online registration. View the list of those classes here, where you can search by topic or class title.

By Mail

Complete the course’s registration form, include payment, and mail to:

Three Rivers Community College
Attn: Workforce and Community Education Department
574 New London Turnpike Norwich, CT 06360-6598

By Fax

This method is only available if you are paying by credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover).

Fax number: (860) 215-9902.

In Person

In case you have questions or are unsure how to complete the registration, we invite students enrolling in non-credit classes to register in person at the Workforce and Community Education Department, located next to the Welcome Center.

Refunds and Course Cancellations

Refund Policy

A full refund for noncredit programs will only be considered when a student drops a class up to one business day prior to the first scheduled meeting. You may submit your written request to the office of Workforce and Community Education by mail, e-mail (WCEinfo@threerivers.edu), or by fax (860) 215-9902.

Students need to provide the following information: full name, address, date of birth, student identification number or social security number, and course reference number (CRN). In addition, we require a brief explanation for your withdrawal.

Verbal withdrawals for noncredit programs are processed only through the office of Workforce and Community Education by phone or in person.

Refunds are mailed directly to you approximately two to four weeks from the processing date. No refunds or credit towards another program will be considered after the first class has begun.

Cancellation and Course Change Policy

The college reserves the right to limit the number of students registered in any course, to cancel any courses for which there is insufficient enrollment, and to make changes in the schedule as circumstances require. Course cancellations will be announced before the first day of class.

For weather related cancellation info, call the college’s main number at (860) 215-9900.