While many Continuing Education courses have special attendance requirements, 80 percent attendance is the typical requirement for Continuing Education if the individual is to receive a Certificate of Completion from the College. Students should take note of attendance requirements upon beginning a course of instruction since requirements are announced at the beginning of every course.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are a nationally recognized measure of skills or work-related training gained in a continuing education course. One CEU represents ten class hours (contact hours). Transcripts listing CEU credits satisfactorily completed will be available upon request. Otherwise, a certificate of completion is awarded upon course completion.
Smoking at any one of the Alamo Community Colleges is Not Permitted. Smoking is not permitted on the Northeast Lakeview College campus. This also includes any electronic and vapor smoking alternatives.
Requests for refunds must be made in writing to the Workforce & Community Education Department. The Department adheres to Alamo Community College District policy on all refund requests. NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY WILL BE MADE. Refund requests require approximately 30 days to process. Refunds will be made as follows:
- 100% Refund prior to 1st class meeting or if cancelled by the college
- 0% Refund after 1st class meeting
All students and employees must have an appropriate Alamo Colleges parking decal affixed to the front window of the vehicle. A decal can be purchased at the Business Office.
Students taking less than 40-clock hours: Students enrolled in non-credit courses of less than 40-clock hours of instruction are allowed to park in designated “student parking” free-of-charge, by properly displaying a temporary parking permit. Please coordinate with the Workforce Development & Community Education Office to obtain your visitor parking permit.
Students taking 40-clock hours or more: Students enrolled in non-credit courses of 40-clock hours or more of instruction will be required to purchase a permit if they wish to park on campus. (One or two week courses are exempt from this requirement.) Permits may be purchased from the Business Office. Parking fines will be assessed beginning the first day of classes. Click here for information on parking fees. http://www.alamo.edu/district/police/parking/
As per Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, if a student needs an accommodation or an alternative format, contact NLC Disability Support Services at (210) 486-5487, or STCM Room 222D.
Emergency Contact Information
Alamo Colleges Police Emergency (210) 222-0911
24 Hour Dispatch (210) 485-0099
Weather Line (210) 485-0189