To register for one of our offerings please refer to the registration details provided on that event’s web page.
Noncredit (CEU or PDU) Registration
Online registration is available for all of our noncredit offerings. To register for a noncredit event (with or without CEUs or PDUs), use the registration link provided on that event’s web page. More information on CEUs and PDUs is listed below.
Graduate Continuing Education Credit Registration
To take a class for graduate continuing education credit, complete the continuing education registration form (PDF). The form can be mailed or faxed to the Center for Community Engagement.
Graduate Degree-Applicable Credit Registration
To ensure your place in a class and to avoid cancellation due to insufficient enrollment, please register no later than two weeks before your course or workshop is scheduled to begin. Registration at least three weeks in advance is recommended.
We are pleased to offer our alumni 20% off registration for most noncredit workshops. This includes noncredit registration for a class that is also offered for credit. No discounts can be applied to registrations for degree-applicable or continuing education credit. Conferences are not eligible for this discount, and other events may be subject to exclusion—please see individual class or workshop web pages—eligible offerings will provide an alumni registration option.
Payment is due before the class/workshop starts. Tuition for credit-bearing registrations (graduate degree-applicable or continuing education credit) are due by that semester’s due date. We accept cash, checks, and major credit cards.
The Center for Community Engagement reserves the right to cancel any class that does not reach a minimum enrollment before or at the first class meeting. A full refund will be made for all classes canceled by Lewis & Clark. To cancel an enrollment, please email email@example.com or call 503-768-6040.
All cancellations must be received at least three business days prior to the first class meeting for a 90% refund (10% is retained due to processing fees). If a request is not received in that time period, no refund will be made.
For credit-bearing classes, you are required to complete an official add/drop form. Ceasing to attend a class, whether or not you have notified the instructor does not relieve you of this responsibility. Participants who withdraw from a course after the second class meeting with be charged a prorated cancellation fee.
Contact us by mail or fax:
The Center for Community Engagement
Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd. MSC 85
Portland, OR 97219-7899
Academic Course Numbering System
The transferability of academic credit is at the discretion of the accepting educational institution. If you are uncertain whether credit for a specific course will be accepted, please check directly with the educational institution that you plan to transfer credit to before you register. The Lewis & Clark course numbering system is as follows:
- 800-899 Continuing education courses not applicable to a Lewis & Clark graduate degree. Course emphasis is on practical applications.
- 500-699 Graduate level courses which may be applicable to a Lewis & Clark graduate degree with advisor’s approval.
Washington State Approvals
Lewis & Clark is an approved in-service agency for Washington state continuing education clock hour credit.
Continuing Education Units (CEU)
Continuing Education Units were established by a national task force of educational associations and are intended for use where employers, re-licensing agencies or others require a specified number of hours of study, and noncredit study is acceptable for fulfillment of those requirements. One CEU is awarded for each hour of contact participation.
Professional Development Units (PDU)
Post-baccalaureate professional development coursework designed for graduate-level educators and administrators. A certificate which includes participation hours and dates will be provided at the end of the course of study. PDUs are not included on a transcript.
Transcript requests must be in writing (federal guidelines require your signature to release your academic information). Your request may be mailed, faxed or brought to the registrars’ office in person. It may take as many as 5 working days before the transcript will be produced and mailed, (transcripts before fall 1986 have been archived and may take an additional day or two to process).
$5.00 for the first two transcripts, the fee must accompany the request.
Lewis & Clark graduate transcript request form (PDF).
Visit our accreditation and approvals page for complete details.