Registration Process


The Center for Continuing Education has gone green! All registrations will be submitted online. Once the registration form has been electronically submitted, the form will redirect you to make payment via Marketplace.

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Additional Form

All participants must submit the following form separately, by email.

Center for Continuing Education Policies

Refund Policy

A refund may be made under these conditions:

1. A refund will be honored if requested at least one (1) business day prior to the program start date. This process includes a $15 refund processing fee. The non-refundable registration fee and the refund processing fee will be deducted from the total refunded amount. No refunds will be processed after that date.

2. A 100% refund will be given for classes/programs that were cancelled by the Center for Continuing Education. To request a refund under these conditions, participants will need to complete and submit the Refund Request form through the Center for Continuing Education’s office. Once submitted, refunds can take up to 4 weeks to be processed and the funds will be returned through the original method of payment.

Make-up Days & Re-schedules

For class days that are cancelled by the Center for Continuing Education due to the University closing or on the instructor’s behalf, will be rescheduled by the instructor before the end of the program. Please refer to the departmental policies and procedures for more detailed information.

Payment Plan Policy

Participants that want to apply for the payment plan option are responsible for contacting the Center for Continuing Education to complete the application process. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee assessed for this option that must be paid at the time of submission. Registration to the program(s) will not be considered completed until the application has been processed and an approved Payment Plan Contract has been signed by the participant. Failure to make timely payments will subject the participant to additional fees associated to the overall account balance and possible subjection to an enforced withdrawal from the course(s) due to non-payment. Please refer to the departmental policies and procedures for more detailed information.

Collections Policy

If payments are not made in a timely manner, Texas A&M University-Kingsville has the right to forward all debt to an external collection agency which will increase the debt by no more than 30%. Furthermore, accounts are also reported to the State Comptroller's Office as a delinquent and will be placed on state hold.

* The Center for Continuing Education is permitted to change the terms and conditions as stated above at any given time to best suit the participant(s) and programs needs.


This page was last updated on: November 3, 2017