All classes must be paid for in advance. Most classes can be registered online and paid for at that time. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover or check. You can use these to pay online or in person.
However, the certification courses require an application to the program. You can find application packages on our web site that you can download, print, fill out and return to our offices. If you need assistance paying for a program over $500.00, we have some options for you:
Introducing our new Online Registration System
Now, for your convenience, you can pay for most of our classes online with a credit card or check. Follow the link to online registration at www.adultedreg.com.
Many classes have a limited number of seats, so please register early.
You can register by phone if you have a credit card or by mail with a check or a credit card. You can also visit our office to sign up for classes.
Our office is located on the lower level of the Academic Building. Please come to this office for all walk-in payments. Our mailing address:
Workforce & Community Education
10 Buck Street
Millville, NJ 08332
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5 pm
Pay as you go with FACTS
We are pleased to announce that we offer convenient and affordable financing through FACTS Management Services for our students at a nominal fee. Only classes which cost at least $500 are eligible for this program. This service enables you to make monthly installment payments while in school. Terms vary by course. Call to learn more about how this program can help you get the education you.
Sallie Mae The Career Training Smart Option Student Loan
Sallie Mae loans for career training offers various financial and educational benefits, including competitive interest rates, a choice of repayment options, and rewards for paying your loan on time while in school. Plus, you can borrow up to 100% of your school-certified costs of education. Apply online at: https://www.salliemae.com/studentloans/ career-training-smart-optionstudent-loan/
Unemployed or Under Employed
Cumberland County has recently received a grant that pays the full tuition for many healthcare courses and the advanced manufacturing program for qualified students. If you are currently unemployed or underemployed and are interested in making a career change into one of these fields, call for a referral to see if you are eligible for fully paid tuition for this program.
Students who have served in the military and have saved through the GI Bill can apply those funds to non-credit training. In some cases, spouses may also be eligible.
DVR (NJ Division of Vocational Rehabilitation)
The New Jersey Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (DVRS) provides services that enable individuals with disabilities to find jobs or keep their existing jobs. If you think you might qualify, talk to your counselor or contact someone in the county today. Contact the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Bridgeton Office, 40 E. Broad Street, Suite 204, Bridgeton, NJ 08302-2881 Telephone: 856-453-3888.
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