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Workforce and Continuing Education
All course offerings are subject to a minimum enrollment and classes may be added
upon request. Please feel free to call us or check back on this site for changes and
We offer several types of courses in the Continuing Education Department. Students do not have to go through the admission process to register for our classes and can gain Continuing Education Unit Credits or take classes for Personal Enrichment. Our courses are available to enhance lifelong learning and make new learning opportunities available.
A Co-Enrollment Course is a Continuing Education course which meets at the same time and place as an existing college credit course. Enrollment is based upon space availability and where applicable, completion of appropriate assessment and counseling. Co-Enrollment students earn CEU's when applicable, not college credit. The advantage of a CEU course is that you don't have to go through the admission process to take a co-enrollment class. If you want college credit, you must seek admission to Panola College as a credit student. Students taking Co-Enrollment courses do not apply for formal admission to Panola College, nor are they required to take the THEA (Texas Higher Education Assessment, formally the TASP Test). Attendance at all class sessions and participation in classroom lecture/discussion and evaluation is expected. To register for a Co-Enrollment Continuing Education course: determine the course and section that you would like to attend, register for the course at the Workforce Office in Carthage or at the site where the course is offered, tuition is charged at the in-district rate and lab fees are added, proceed to the scheduled class meeting, and enjoy!
Tuition may be paid by cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. Checks should be made payable to Panola College.
Panola College reserves the right to cancel any course if enrollment is insufficient. However, the college will make every attempt to prevent undue hardship on students. The decision to conduct or cancel a class is made immediately prior to the first day of class. This provides every opportunity for sufficient enrollment. Please call before driving to make certain your class has made.
To withdraw formally from a Continuing Education class, a student must contact the campus where the course is offered either by phone or in person during working hours.
Workforce & Continuing Education Offices