How to Register
The registration instructions below are for UWPCE certificate programs, specializations and courses. To find out how to register for courses in a fee-based degree program, see the Fee-Based Degree Registration website.
Once you’ve been accepted into a UWPCE course or program, we’ll send you registration instructions.
Please register promptly; registration closes two days before the first class, except for those accepted from the waitlist.
Payment is due after you register. Learn about payment options.
We offer several ways to register.
Email your completed course registration form to email@example.com.
Fax your completed course registration form to 206-685-9359.
Call 206-543-2310 during business hours.
Mail your completed course registration form to the address on the registration form.
Bring your completed registration form to Registration Services, located at 4311 11th Ave. N.E., Suite 100, Seattle, during business hours.
Online registration is only available for certain courses. Follow the registration instructions for your course.
After you register, you’ll be emailed a registration confirmation called a transaction summary.
Keep your transaction summary handy. It provides proof of enrollment in a UW Professional & Continuing Education course and contains your student ID number, class schedule and location, and refund dates.
Phone registration hours are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In-person registration is available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Roosevelt Commons building.
Payment is due after you register. One to two business days after you submit your registration, you'll be emailed a link to your invoice and payment instructions. Full payment — or a purchase order or letter authorizing payment by a third party — is due immediately.
Payment is considered past due 15 days after the invoice date, and a financial hold will be placed on your student account.
Here are important dates to note:
- Payment Due: At Time of Invoice
- Payment Past Due/Financial Hold Placed: 15 Days After Invoice Date
Drops and Other Course Changes
For general policies related to dropping a course, see Drops, Withdrawals & Refunds.
UWPCE reserves the right to cancel programs or classes with low enrollment. If a program is canceled, all fees will be refunded.
Auditing a Course
Noncredit courses may not be audited.
You may request to audit a credit course when you register. When auditing a course, you pay the same costs and fees as a regular student, but you earn no grade and no credit.