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Register for a Class

Community & Industry Education (CIE) courses are open to anyone 18 years or older, regardless of citizenship or residency—except for programs specially designed for children and youth. Some courses have specific requirements, which are noted in the course descriptions.

New CIE Students

You must apply for admission before registering for CIE courses.

Next, follow the instructions for returning students to register for class.

Returning CIE Students

Register Online

If you are a returning CIE student, you can register for classes online through TCC's WebAdvisor.

  1. Log in to WebAdvisor
  2. Select Students
  3. Select Find Sections under Find Classes & Build Schedule
  4. Select a Continuing Education Community & Industry Education Term option 
  5. Select a course subject from the Choose a Subject list
  6. Select a course
  7. Check the class section to add to your list and select Submit
  8. Select Proceed to registration or Find another course
  9. Confirm your choices and select Submit
  10. Select Payment options to pay online with a credit card
    (Learn more about our Automatic Payment Plan)

Questions? See detailed instructions for registering in WebAdvisor

Register by Submitting a Form

Or you can register for classes by submitting a form.

Registration forms are PDF and will open in a new window.

  1. Fill out a CIE Registration Form
  2. Submit your form in person, by mail or by fax to any campus Admissions and Registrar Office.

Special Registrations

  • Senior Education Program registration instructions
  • Some advanced level computer classes are offered online.
    • You must first complete registration through South Campus CIE Services before accessing courses on the online learning site (Link will open in a new window).

Ages 65 and Older Tuition Exemption

Texas residents age 65 and over may be exempt from payment of all tuition for up to 6 hours per semester and/or from payment of tuition if auditing undergraduate or continuing education courses.

Audit registration begins 3 business days before the start of a Community & Industry Education class and must be requested in person. Classes may be audited only on a space-available basis.

  • Community & Industry Education courses require department approval.
  • Classes in the Senior Education Program are not eligible.

Pay for Your Courses

Paying your tuition is easy: Learn more about our payment options

Plus, many of our courses and programs are eligible for scholarships or financial aid. Learn more about CIE Financial Aid options.


Northeast Campus
Community & Industry Education Services

Northwest Campus
Community & Industry Education Services

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Community & Industry Education Services

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Community & Industry Education Services

Trinity River Campus
Community & Industry Education Services

Updated October 26, 2017