How to register

Ready to challenge yourself and gain a new skill? Here’s how to sign up for Community Ed classes:

  1. Create an account

    New students will need to create an account. If you’ve taken a class at PCC before, you already have an account and can skip this step.

  2. Sign up

    Find your class in the class schedule. If there are seats available, click the “Register now” button. After registering, you’ll see a link to pay your bill online.

  3. Pay for your class

    Pay your bill by the payment due date. See how to pay.

Need additional help? Find your class in the class schedule or in Communities Magazine and call PCC Enrollment Services at 971-722-8888, option 2.

When to register

Registration opens at 7am on the first day of registration for the term – see the academic calendar for Community Education registration dates. You can register up until the first day of class, unless otherwise noted in the class description. We recommend registering as soon as possible to reserve your spot and avoid missing important class updates.

Missing a class

Missing a class once in a while is okay. Contacting your instructor if you plan to be absent is unnecessary. If you miss the first day, you will not be automatically dropped from the class.

Dropping a class

If you want to get a refund, you need to drop the class officially by the drop deadline.

See how and when to drop a Community Ed class.

Pre-registration is required

Pre-registration is required for all Community Ed classes. Do not show up to class unless you are registered. Unregistered students pose a liability risk for the college and the instructor. Additionally, we occasionally cancel a class due to low enrollment and notify the enrolled students of the cancellation before the class. If you plan to attend without enrolling, you might show up in an empty classroom. Plus, it could be your registration that prevents the low-enrollment cancellation!

Need help?

Call the Community Ed info line at 971-722-6266.

Special classes

The following classes have special registration processes:

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