College of Southern Maryland
8730 Mitchell Rd
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646-0910
Please be advised that the Interactive PDF versions of the continuing education schedules are for reference only and do not reflect course availability or cancellations. For the most up-to-date information about course availability, please use Online Services.
|Legal residents of Maryland residing outside of the tri-county area||$5 more per course|
|Out-of-state residents||$10 more per course|
|Letter of Recognition||no cost|
|Replacement of letter of recognition||no cost|
|Check returned NSF (not refundable)||$50.00|
To be eligible for in-county or in-state rates, please sign a statement on the Continuing Education Registration form certifying that you've lived at your current address for at least three consecutive months. Adjustments of tuition will not be made once the class starts, even if you move.
If you have questions or wish to review your residency status, contact the Admissions Office at 301-934-7520 or 301-475-6707, ext. 7520.
You can save money if you are an employer who maintains facilities, operates, or does business in Maryland and pays employee tuition. The College of Southern Maryland has developed a cost-saving agreement that allows Maryland employers to be charged lower, in-county tuition rates for their employees not living in the Southern Maryland area.
To be eligible, employers must pay the tuition for their employees taking College of Southern Maryland credit or continuing education courses. Employers must sign the Business In-County Tuition Rate Agreement and submit it with the employee registration.
Please call the Admissions Office at 301-934-7530 for more information.
Sometimes books for continuing education classes are not available in the College Store until three days prior to the start of class. It is recommended that you contact the College Store to be sure that your book is available before attempting to purchase your book in person. The College Store an be reached at 301-934-7570. Most textbooks can be purchased online at http://www.csmcollegestore.com/csmd/main/splash.htm. Textbooks for Ed2Go classes are usually not available at the college store and should be purchased on Amazon or other book retailer. Detailed information for Ed2Go textbooks if required are on the requirements page for the course.
Students wishing to drop a course and receive a refund must make the change through myCSMD or submit a Change of Schedule form (PDF, 16.8 KB) at any of our campus locations. Refunds will first be applied to any past-due balances owed the college and will be made in accordance to the Tuition Refund Policy as outlined by the Bursar's office.
Students officially withdrawing from a credit or continuing education course during the published period are eligible for a refund. Students withdrawing after the normal refund period will not receive a refund.
In extreme circumstances, when the student is forced to withdraw after the normal refund period, the college will consider granting a partial refund of tuition and fees. To be eligible for consideration, the student must meet the criteria described in the Involuntary Withdrawal Policy and must submit a written request and all documentation to the Registrar's Office. For more information or to submit an appeal, please visit http://csmd.edu/StudentServices/StudentAppeals.html.
A student officially withdrawing by the last college business day prior to the start of a class is eligible for a 100 percent refund of tuition and applicable fees (see the schedule to determine those fees which are refundable). In addition,
For courses that last 14 weeks or longer:
For courses that last 6 to 13 weeks:
For courses that last 15 days to 5 weeks:
For courses that last 14 days or fewer:
Students wishing to earn CEUs must:
Continuing education students can acquire a continuing education record that will list the continuing education units completed, beginning with the 2004 spring semester. Students may obtain a continuing education record one of several ways:
Maryland voter registration applications are available at the Student Life Office at each campus.
Applications may be turned in at the Student Life Office, or mailed to the Board of Supervisors of Elections in the county where you reside.
For more information, contact the Student Life Office at 301-934-7508.