General Information

There are several links of information available under the General Information category link including Registration, Financial Assistance, Teach for Continuing Education, Schedule of Classes, Gift Certificates, Transcript Information, and FERPA. Please feel free to click on each of the links for more information.


The objective of the Continuing Education Division is to provide non-credit occupational training, re-training and upgrading in vocational and professional areas; raise the educational level of adults; and make available instruction in home and family education, leisure activities, and cultural advancement. The scope of the program is determined only by the needs of the adult population it serves.


Continuing Education follows national guidelines for the recording of Continuing Education Units (CEUs). One CEU is ten (10) contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction. CEU credit may be awarded in a class by using the following criteria as a guideline: 75% attendance along with demonstrated competency by testing and/or demonstrated competency by practicum. If attendance by itself is sole criterion, then the student must attend 90% of the class.


Spring: January 1-May 15
Summer: May 16-August 14
Fall: August 15-December 31


BCCC Continuing Education, Building 8 Directions

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For general information regarding Continuing Education or its programs, please contact us at:

Beaufort County Community College, Building 8
5337 US Hwy 264 East
Washington, NC 27889
Phone: 252.940.6375