Pre-registration and prepayment must be completed a week prior to the beginning of class. Students may register and pay at one of three convenient locations:
You may also print and fax the form with credit card payment; print and mail the form with check, money order or credit card payment; or print and personally submit the form and pay at the locations stated above.
Click here for the Registration Form.
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Richmond Community College accepts the following types of payments:
If using a third-party to pay for a class, such as Employment Security Commission, Social Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, community support agencies, or employer, please provide a check, voucher, or an authorization letter before registering. If using a company credit card, please bring a statement from the authorized agent giving permission to use the card. That statement should include:
In the event that classes are cancelled, registered and paid students will be reimbursed their paid fees. Request for refund documentation will need to be completed by the student and submitted to the appropriate college staff within two weeks after the class has cancelled. If a student received funding from an external agency, the agency must request a refund. The student will not receive reimbursement for the agency.
Students must be at least 16 years of age in order to register for classes. If a student is in school, a concurrent enrollment form must be signed by the principal and on file for that year.
*** As of July 1, 2013, there are no longer fee waivers for seniors. ***
If a student drops a class after the start of the class and before or on the 10% date, the student will be reimbursed up to 75% of the registration fee. If a student drops the class after the 10% date, the student will not be reimbursed any of their fees. If a student drops the class prior to the start date, the student may request a 100% reimbursement of fees. All documentation shall be received within two weeks of drop date to be considered for reimbursement.
In order to receive a reimbursement a student must complete the “WED Withdrawal” form. If the student has dropped the class prior to or on the 10 % date after starting the class the student is responsible for obtaining the instructor’s signature for 75% of the tuition reimbursement.
If class is cancelled, the withdrawal form should be completed and submitted to the Workforce & Economic Development Unit for 100% of the registration fee.
The State Board of Community Colleges has adopted Chapter 23 of the NC Administrative Code as the SBCC Code. To access the current rules, please visit the links below.
Don’t hesitate to call with any questions. The Workforce & Economic Development Unit’s office hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 AM – 5 PM and Friday from 8 AM– 2:30 PM. You may call or visit at either location listed below most convenient for you.
Richmond Community College – Main Campus
1042 W. Hamlet Ave.
Hamlet, NC 28345
F. Diane Honeycutt Center
600 McLean St.
Laurinburg, NC 28352