How To Register
Call your college Continuing Education office at the center where the class is offered. Be ready to give your Social Security number (optional) or student ID number, your credit/debit card number and expiration date, and course information.
Mail it to us!
Mail your registration form with payment to the center where the class is offered. Include a check or money order made payable to the college or your credit/debit card number along with expiration date and signature. Payment must be received before you are registered for the class.
You can register online for most Continuing Education classes if you are 18 or older. You must submit your credit/debit card payment with registration. CE Class Registration
Bring it to us!
Register in person at the location where the course is offered.
- Council Bluffs Campus, Looft Hall
Ph: 712-325-3256/800-432-5852 Fax: 712-325-3721
2700 College Road, Box 4-C
Council Bluffs, IA 51502
- Cass County Center
Ph: 712-243-5527 Fax: 712-243-5547
705 Walnut Street
Atlantic, IA 50022
- Shelby County Center
Ph: 712-755-3568 Fax: 712-755-7413
1901 Hawkeye Ave.
Harlan, IA 51537
- Clarinda Center
Ph: 712-542-5117/800-521-2073 Fax: 712-542-4608
Opitz Building, Administration Office
923 E Washington
Clarinda, IA 51632
- Page Fremont County Center
Ph: 712-246-1499 Fax: 712-246-1513
1001 W Sheridan
Shenandoah, IA 51601
Don't let a great class get cancelled!
Pre-registration is required. Payment for Continuing Education classes is required at time of registration.
You may cancel your registration 24 hours prior to the start of most classes and receive a 100% refund. Certain program restrictions may apply. Contact Continuing Education for details.
If a course does not have sufficient enrollment to justify holding classes, we reserve the right to cancel, combine or change the class schedule. If the class you registered for is cancelled you will be contacted and a 100% refund will be processed.
Listen to local radio and television stations for the official closure announcements.
Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are defined as ten hours of participation in approved classes. CEU's are recognized nationally as a measure of in-service education and training and are often required to maintain professional license or certification. Iowa Western offers a certificate of completion indicating the number of CEU's earned for students who successfully complete approved classes. Note: It is your responsibility to ensure classes are acceptable for your intended purpose.