Personal Enrichment Classes
Co-Lin strives to provide learning opportunities and educational programs for the individuals in our service area regardless of educational background Co-Lin offers cultural, recreational, and training opportunities for individuals not interested in college admission or credit. These classes are short-term, last no longer than 5 weeks, and are offered during evening hours to maximize access for adult learners.
Licensure Information: http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/educator-licensure
MDE Licensure and Certification office: 601.359.2794
Participants successfully completing non-credit classes, courses, or programs in Continuing Education or other approved campus programs can be awarded Continuing Education Units (CEUs). CEUs are given to recognize and record an individual’s participation in a pre-approved non-credit educational program or course that meets appropriate criteria. Many times, these programs or courses take the forms of on-site or on-line workshops, seminars, conferences, or in-service training. One CEU is equal to 10 contact hours of participation in an approved program under responsible leadership, capable direction, and qualified instruction.
For Copiah-Lincoln Community College to award CEU credit(s), approval for the course or program must be obtained from the Director of Workforce Education. The Division of Workforce Education will then issue registration forms that must be completed by each participant. Once approved, course administrators must submit a copy of all registration forms, a course syllabus, instructor(s)’ resumes, date(s) of the course to the Director of Workforce Education.
Ed2go CEU Request Packet
Copiah-Lincoln Community College does convert Ed2go completion certificates to CEUs. Download this packet for directions and forms to make your application. Adobe Reader is required.