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If you’re interested in taking a class or series of classes for personal enrichment, career development or certifications that don’t involve college credit, you are a noncredit student. Noncredit students don’t need to apply for admission to AACC. Just choose your course, register and make your payment.

To find a class, visit the online course search or download and print a noncredit schedule.

Upon registering for your course, please regularly check your MyAACC account and AACC email for class and COVID-19 safety updates from the college. For assistance accessing MyAACC, please contact the Technical Call Center.

Have you applied for CEWD Scholarship yet? Apply here!

How to Register for Noncredit Classes

Follow the steps below to register through MyAACC or check out our video. It's fast. It's convenient. It's secure.

When can I register?

When registration for a new noncredit term begins, online registration will be available after 7 a.m. on the first day. Noncredit registration is open for each course until that course begins. We don't recommend waiting that long, though. Your course could fill up or be canceled if not enough students enroll.

Are You a New Student?

If you're a brand new student, you can create an account to access online registration by completing an Online Personal Identification form. Your user name and instructions for setting up your password will be sent to the email you provided. Check your spam folder if you do not receive the email within an hour from

Note: The form works best in Firefox and Internet Explorer.

Before you begin, locate the course number (i.e., ABC-123) for the course you'd like to take and have your credit card ready. We accept Visa, American Express, MasterCard and Discover.

Follow these five steps after you have your login to MyAACC.

  1. Log on to MyAACC.
  2. Select Self Services from the Menu in the upper left-hand corner.
  3. Select Continuing Education Students.
  4. Select Registration/Attestation - Continuing Education Classes.
  5. Follow the prompts.

Are You a Returning Student?

Follow these steps if you are a returning student.

  1. Locate the course number (i.e. ABC-123) for the course you'd like to take and have your credit card ready (Visa, American Express, MasterCard, Discover).
  2. Log on to MyAACC.
  3. Select Self Services from the Menu in the upper left-hand corner.
  4. Select Continuing Education Students.
  5. Select Registration/Attestation - Continuing Education Classes.
  6. Follow the prompts.

If you don't remember your login information or haven't attended AACC in the past five years, you may need to have your account reactivated. Contact the Technical Call Center for assistance. 

How do I pay?

You can pay online through MyAACC. Payment is due at the time of registration. See our Noncredit Costs & Payment page for additional information.

If you're paying with a tuition waiver, third-party payment, making use of the noncredit payment plan or are unable to register via MyAACC, you can complete a registration request form. One of our staff members will call you to verify your identity and collect any final information over the phone once it's submitted.

What if I can't register online?

If the above options are not available to you, you may complete a noncredit PDF registration form. This PDF registration form has been customized to be submitted by email to or by fax to 410-777-4325. To protect your sensitive information, you cannot include your birth date or credit card information on the form.

Alternatively, you may register in person at our Arnold location. CEWD’s registration desk is in CALT 115, and is open during the below hours:

Monday and Wednesday,

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
2-4 p.m.


10 a.m.-1 p.m.
2-5:30 p.m.

Online Vendor Registration Requirements

After registering with AACC for an online course offered in partnership with a vendor, check the Noncredit Distance Education page for information on additional steps required by the course vendor.

If you have questions or requests, contact us by email at

Cómo registrarse a Clases Sin Crédito

Para registrarse, complete el formulario de registro CEWD. Para apoyar el distanciamiento social, este formulario de registro se ha personalizado para enviarlo por correo electrónico a o por fax al 410-777-4325. Para proteger su información confidencial, no puede incluir su fecha de nacimiento o información de tarjeta de crédito en este formulario. Uno de nuestro personal lo llamará para verificar su identidad y recopilar la información que falta por teléfono una vez que la envíe.

¿Tiene preguntas? Llámenos al 410-777-2901.

Continuing Education Certificates

The School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWD) may issue certificates for noncredit programs in two categories: Continuing Education and Workforce Training.

How do I enroll in a Continuing Education Certificate?

The first step toward obtaining your CEWD certificate is to enroll in the noncredit program by submitting a Noncredit Registration Form with the appropriate noncredit program code. The form can be submitted by fax or mail.

How do I get my Continuing Education Certificate?

You must first enroll in the continuing education certificate program by submitting a noncredit registration form with the appropriate noncredit program code. After you successfully complete all the requirements for the program, submit a Student Application for Continuing Education Certificate.


New Registration System

Check out the videos below for a sneak peek of our new noncredit registration system that will go live in mid-July.

Noncredit Course Search Tutorial

Noncredit Registration Tutorial

Online Course Access

Are you taking online courses? For class information, including meeting links and communication from your instructor, you will need to check Canvas.

Learn more about Canvas.


If you are parent registering your child, use your child's information.

Learn more about our Kids in College program.


College Policies

Paying your bill

Student records

Noncredit Policies