Continuing Education

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Wesson Campus

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Ed2Go - Online Professional Development (continuing education units available). These online classes are available year-round. Participants seeking CEUs for these classes must complete the proper paperwork. Information is also available at, where students can explore over 300 topics. 

On-campus continuing education classes are offered through Workforce Education on the Wesson Campus in the spring from late May to mid-June. Please call 601.643.8711 or email for more information.

Special Interest Classes

Contact Randy Castilaw at or 601.643.8713.

Natchez Campus

Special Interest Classes and CEU Workshops

Contact Emily Edwards at 601.446.1103 or for more information about Natchez campus special interest classes.

Simpson County Center

Special Interest Classes and CEU Workshops

Contact Missy Orders at 601.849.0113 or for more information about Wesson campus special interest classes. All class announcements are sent to

CEU Request Information

NOTICE: On August 1, 2015, continuing education units, previously distributed by the Workforce Education Division, were distributed by the Division of Community Programs. Questions pertinent to obtaining CEU certificates or approval for workshops should be directed to Dr. Brenda Brown Orr at 601.643.8671 or

Licensure Information for Teachers

Licensure information:

MDE Licensure and Certification office: 601.359.2794

Participants successfully completing noncredit 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 preapproved noncredit educational program or course that meets appropriate criteria. Many times, these programs or courses take the form of on-site or online 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 to be completed by each participant. Once approved, course administrators submit a copy of all registration forms, a course syllabus, instructor(s)’ resumes, and date(s) of the course to the director of Workforce Education.