Payment is due at the time of registration. Registration is required at least 72 hours (three business days) prior to the course start date. Early registration is encouraged to ensure enrollment in the course and to prevent cancellation due to low enrollment. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards. Checks must be payable to Customized Training. If your registration is to be paid by your employer, we can bill your organization/company when the purchase order is received in advance. Upon registration you will receive an e-mail confirmation. We will contact you if the course is canceled.
Confirming Your Enrollment
When you enroll in a non-credit course either online or by phone, mail, or fax, you will receive an enrollment confirmation by e-mail. We will notify you of any changes to the course.
Note: If your enrollment confirmation does not arrive within one week, call 575-527-7776 during office hours, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
If you cancel three or more working days prior to the course start date, a full refund will be issued. If you cancel with less than a three day notice, or if you do not attend, your will be responsible for the entire payment without benefit of refund. A working day is defined as Monday through Friday, with the exception of published holidays. This refund policy does not apply to the following: Conferences, online courses, Pharmacy Technician Certification, and Veterinary Assistant Certification.
Registration for the 2018 Spring Term begins when you receive this schedule and is ongoing throughout the semester. Please register early as possible as many popular courses fill quickly!
*DACC offices are closed every weekend and on the following holidays:
- Dec 22 - Jan 2 Winter Holiday
- Jan 15 Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- Mar 30 Spring Holiday
- May 28 Memorial Day
New to Online Courses?
Here are a few tips and guidelines for success in an online course:
Understand the requirements and expectations of the online course. Online courses can be a more convenient way to learn, but are not faster or easier. Read the instructional material sent with the course thoroughly. Call us if you would like to review this information prior to registering!
Make sure you have a reliable internet access and computer or tablet. For most courses, you’ll need to read online, watch videos, write, and participate in online discussions via email or a discussion board. Make sure your technology is up-to-date and reliable and have a back-up plan if your device or computer crashes. Save your readings and work on the cloud in Google Drive or Dropbox.
Use time management and create a study plan. Make sure you consider how much time you’ll need to complete the course. Make a weekly schedule of when you will log into your course, learn the material, read, write, and respond to the instructor and classmates, if required. Take special note of dates when you need to complete assignments or postings and note those in your plan.
Have a dedicated study space. Learning is best achieved in a quiet, comfortable, distraction-free environment. Consider the area you can set up in your home or at the library to participate fully in your course.
Ask for help. If you get stuck in your course or need assistance, check in with the instructor, or give us a call at WDCR, 575-527-7776. We can help you navigate your course, get familiar with the programs, and even provide space in our computer lab where you could work on the course. We want to you succeed and gain the new knowledge and skills that you want!
This catalog is current as of the time of printing. Please be aware that changes may have been made since that date. For the most up-to-date course information, please go to dacc.nmsu.edu/ctp