Corporate & Community Services FAQs
Do I need to be a student at CMCC to take these classes?
No, the non-credit classes are open to the public.
How do I sign-up for a class?
There are a variety of options:
- Registration and payment can be taken over the phone when paying with a Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit card, a company purchase order or a voucher from an organization like the CareerCenter or ASPIRE
- Print the registration form and fax with your credit card info, copy of a company purchase order or the voucher from an organization like the CareerCenter or ASPIRE
- Print the registration form and mail it with your preferred method of payment
- Come directly to campus to the Registrar’s office and register and pay.
What methods of payment are accepted?
Visa, MasterCard, Discover credit cards, company purchase order, check, cash, voucher from an organization such as the CareerCenter or ASPIRE.
Do you have a payment plan?
No, all payments are due at the time of registration. Your seat is only guaranteed when payment is received.
Will my financial aid cover this class?
Unfortunately, non-credit classes are not eligible for financial aid use.
Where are classes held?
Unless otherwise noted all classes are held at Central Maine Community College located at 1250 Turner Street in Auburn.
Do I need to come to the bookstore to get the book?
No, all instruction materials, including books, are included in the cost of the class and will be available from the instructor at the first class.
Are parking passes required for on-campus parking lots?
Parking passes are not required for any campus parking lot.
Are there any food services available on campus?
The campus has a full-service cafeteria, a few vending machines, and snacks are available at the bookstore.
Is there an ATM on campus?
There is one ATM supported by Five County Credit Union located in Jalbert Hall.
Will I receive documentation that I took one of your classes or workshops?
All participants of our non-credit classes and workshops receive a certificate of completion.
If I take an online class will it count toward my degree program?
No, online classes are non-credit but do carry CEUs (Continuing Education Units).