Each institution has its own registration policy. The information provided below is meant to act as a guide. Please contact the Extended Studies office at the institution you wish to attend. Please also see the individual courses for specific registration information.
Adams State University
The courses listed are offered as part of the Statewide Extended Studies Program. Please note any 500 level course requires a B.A. or B.S. Degree. Call Adams State Extended Studies for additional information at 1-800-548-6679 or visit our website at http://exstudies.adams.edu
Colorado Mesa University
Note special registration contact information for institutes and special workshops. For more information on these programs, or other courses offered through Colorado Mesa University, you may contact the Office of Extended Studies at (970) 248-2398.
Colorado School of Mines
The Colorado School of Mines is pleased to announce its Teacher Enhancement Program offerings. These CSM courses offer unique educational opportunities and practical hands-on experience. They are designed to provide valuable content through skilled instruction and an enjoyable educational environment.
Graduate-level credit offered for each course may be applicable for license renewal in the State of Colorado and is generally accepted elsewhere. The credit is not applicable toward a degree at CSM.
All policies and requirements stated below are program-wide and not at the discretion of individual instructors. Enrollment in any course offered for CSM credit implies your agreement to comply with program policies and requirements.
All of the courses are coordinated through the Office of Special Programs and Continuing Education at the Colorado School of Mines. Unless another organization or individual is specified as the registration contact in a course listing, enrollment and tuition credit card information should be electronically submitted through our website to the CSM Teacher Enhancement Program.
You must register at least 48 hours prior to the start of a workshop (Saturday and Sunday excluded). Do not show up for a class without a confirmed registration from the Teacher Enhancement Office or person/organization taking the registrations. You are likely to be turned away by the instructor. CSM reserves the right to assign audit (non-credit) status with full tuition responsibility to walk-in participants.
Tuition and Refund Policies
Unless otherwise noted in a course listing, registration through Teacher Enhancement must be accompanied by full tuition payment by credit card authorization. If a course registrant must cancel or transfer an enrollment, the tuition amount minus a $25 ($35 IPS & FM&E) cancellation/transfer fee will be refunded or applied to another course. Unless otherwise indicated, you must cancel at least 48 hours in advance of a workshop to qualify for a refund (Saturday and Sunday excluded). Once a class has begun, no full or partial tuition refunds will be granted. Colorado School of Mines reserves the right to cancel a course if the minimum enrollment is not reached (with full tuition refund to participants). Colorado School of Mines and the Teacher Enhancement Office will not be liable for any expenses incurred by the participants.
Course participants are expected to attend each class session in its entirety. This includes arriving on time and staying until dismissal. Credit only will be granted for a course when the full contact hour requirements have been met. Missed sessions of a course cannot be made up by attending subsequent offerings of the same class or by completing additional assignments. In consideration of the instructor and other course registrants, DO NOT bring children of any age to class under any circumstances.
The Teacher Enhancement Office and Colorado School of Mines cannot be responsible for meeting individual deadlines for credits toward license renewal and/or salary increases. Official transcripts for current course work can be printed upon request approximately two weeks after the instructor submits course grades to the Teacher Enhancement Office.
Colorado State University
Colorado State University – Pueblo
See course listing for registration information.
Fort Lewis College
Please call (970) 247-7385, email the Office of Extended Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org
), or go to our web site at www.fortlewis.edu
(go to Community and Culture then hit Continuing Education) to receive an application for admission into the Extended Studies program. Some classes are limited so we strongly recommend that you apply and register early in order to get into the course you want.
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Classes offered by The Metropolitan State University of Denver for teacher licensure and re-licensure are at the undergraduate level. Classes are offered either at Metro South, 5660 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Greenwood Village, or Metro North, 11990 Grant St., Northglenn.
The following classes are offered as part of the Statewide Extended Studies Program.
Admissions and Registration
All new students must apply for admission and pay a non-refundable application fee of $25. You may apply online at http://www.mscd.edu/admissions.htm
. Please check "Extended Campus only
" under the Metro State Plans section of the application for year and semester of expected enrollment. If you check non-degree seeking option on the application, you will not be required to submit transcripts from other colleges/universities you have attended. If you would like to have an admission application mailed to you, please call Extended Campus at 303-721-1313.
Readmit students: Students who have previously applied to MSU Denver and received a grade, and who have not attended classes for over one year, must submit a readmit application online at http://www.mscd.edu/admissions.htm
Courses offered through Extended Campus at Metro North or Metro South are not eligible for the College Opportunity Fund. Students will pay only the amount listed in this resource guide. If you have questions about tuition for off campus programs contact Extended Campus at 303-721-1313. Payment may be made by MasterCard, Visa, Discover or check.
Please note that any of the classes offered by MSCD on this web site may be audited for no credit at a reduced tuition rate of $80 per credit hour. Please call Extended Campus at 303-721-1313 for audit registration information.
University of Colorado Boulder
The University of Colorado Boulder offers a variety of courses for teachers and educators. In addition to the numerous offerings through the School of Education, you will find many courses of interest within the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and the College of Music. The Summer Session catalog has information on over 500 courses. Summer classes are smaller, more informal, with a variety of terms to suit your work or vacation schedule.
You can register and earn undergraduate or graduate credit as a non-degree or visiting student. For more information on any CU-Boulder courses or for information on scholarship opportunities call the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies at 303-492-5148 or 800-331-2801 or visit the Summer Session web site at www.colorado.edu/summersession
or call Carol Mehls at 303-438-3963 or email at email@example.com
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
For more information regarding registration, please contact Cindy Brown at (719) 262-4344 or firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Colorado Denver
Registration varies with each course; please see course listing for registration contact information
University of Northern Colorado
The University of Northern Colorado offers credit and non-credit education courses for teachers, educators and others. They include workshops, site based classes, institutes and online courses.
Please see our website www.unco.edu/extendedstudies
for a complete list of courses. For more information about the courses and registration procedures call the Office of Extended Studies at 1-800-232-1749.
You will receive a bill and all payments should be made to the UNC Cashier’s Office.
Auditing a Course
You may audit a course for no credit by paying tuition and fees. Indicate “0” credit in the credit hours box on the registration form.
It will be necessary for you to have access to email, an internet browser, World Wide Web, MS Word/PowerPoint or viewers and Adobe Acrobat.
In accordance with University and Colorado Department of Higher Education policy, if you this class after the course starts you will be assessed a drop fee. The drop fee is pro-rated up to the half-way point in the class. You are legally responsible for payment of full tuition once 50% of this course has been concluded. In order to be eligible to receive any refund of tuition, you must contact the office of Extended Studies to formally withdraw from your class. Your refund, if applicable, will be based on the date of contact with our office. Withdrawals received via telephone during non-business hours will be processed and dated on the next working day. Failure to notify us will result in UNC tuition being owed even though you do not attend or complete the coursework.
The University reserves the right to cancel any program. In the event of cancellation, you will be notified immediately, and all program fees will be refunded or applied to a future program at your request. If you must cancel a registration, you are entitled to a full refund only if you cancel prior to the first class meeting.
Western State Colorado University