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Continuing Education Registration Information

When Can I Register?

NSCC Continuing Education – Course Registration Form (PDF 39KB)

We recommend that you register and submit your payment early.

Registration for Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) course(s) is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Please provide the personal information requested (making sure to use your full legal name). It is important that you provide your home and business telephone numbers and your email address to facilitate our contact with you. Registration confirmation will be confirmed via your email address.

Your registration is not complete until we have received your payment and assigned you a seat. Please review the General Information page which contains important information.

We may accept late registrations if there are available seats, but you must register and submit payment prior to attending any classes. If you are registering late, you must receive permission from the Training Coordinator responsible for the program. Please note that instructors are not responsible for repeating course content covered in missed classes.

Registration & Payment Options

Registration is only complete, and a seat reserved for you, once payment has been received.

  1. By Phone – Call Admissions or any Campus (have your credit card ready - we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express)
    Admissions – Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    902-491-4911 (in Metro)
    1-866-679-6722 (outside Metro; toll-free)
  2. In Person – Stop by any Campus and pay using a debit card, personal cheque, credit card, or cash.
    Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Campus Contact Info »
  3. Online – You can register and pay online (have your credit card ready)

Due to limited course enrolment, we will assign you a seat in the course only upon receipt of your payment.

There will be an additional charge if your payment is returned by the bank for any reason, including NSF (Non-Sufficient Funds).

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