How to Register
Pre-registration is required! Payment or approved funding is due at time of registration.
Registration for career credit classes is an ongoing process as new classes are beginning all the time. At any given time, there will be a number of classes for which you can register. Enrollment is limited, however, and many of our classes fill quickly, so the sooner you register the better. Please note that your seat is not guaranteed until registration is processed, and confirmation is received.
Online registration is fast, easy, and secure!
- Browse our class offerings.
- Add class(es) to cart.
- Returning student - enter Username and Password.
- New student - Create New Profile.
- Enter name and click on Search.
- Checkout and enter credit card information.
- Print receipt and course confirmation.
Other Registration Methods Available:
- Mail Career Credit Application to P&HCC / WECD, 645 Patriot Ave, Martinsville, VA 24112
- Fax Career Credit Application to our secure fax line at 276.632.1963
- Call 276.656.0260 to register by phone.
- Visit our offices in the Frith Building, Rooms 104-118, Monday-Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
We accept debit and credit card (MasterCard, Visa, and Discover). Personal check or money order should be made payable to P&HCC. Cash payments are accepted in person.
If you are new to our site, you may create a profile online prior to registering and paying for classes. Simply click on LOGIN/CREATE NEW PROFILE. Complete the New Profile Form and click on “Submit” to complete the process.
NOTE: Parents registering a minor for a class/camp - use NAME AND INFORMATION FOR THE CHILD when creating the profile; use Parent / Guardian's Daytime Phone Number.
Once your class registration and payment are processed, you can print your receipt and course confirmation online. You will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours. If no email is provided, you will receive a confirmation by mail. Your confirmation includes details about the registered class(es).
If you need to withdraw from a class and notify us at least two business days before the class is scheduled to begin, you will be given an option of transferring your tuition to another class or receiving a full refund. No refunds or transfers are provided after this time. If you do not notify our office and you do not attend or complete the course, you will forfeit your registration fee. Furthermore, if you received tuition assistance to enroll in a workforce program and do not withdraw from the class by the given time and do not complete the course with a “Satisfactory” grade, you will be held liable for one-third of tuition. If tuition was paid online, a refund will be processed back to the credit card used to make the payment. If any other form of payment is made, a refund check will be mailed. Refund checks are mailed from the state treasury office and may take 3-6 weeks to process.
If we have to cancel a class due to low enrollment, we will notify you as soon as possible before the class is scheduled to begin. You will be given an option of transferring your tuition to another class or receiving a full refund.
Workforce, Economic, and Community Development at P&HCC offers funding assistance to career credit students! Career credit programs are not eligible for Pell Grants; however, various funding assistance programs are available at this time to students enrolling in eligible workforce training programs at P&HCC. Click here to learn more and apply.
Individual: Payment received by a third-party individual is applied directly to the student account, and the receipt is issued to the student. If tuition is paid online and a refund is processed, the refund will be processed back to the credit card used to make the payment. If any other form of payment is made or credit card payment is not made online, a refund check will be mailed to the student.
Company/Organization: Employers may use the third-party privilege. Payment is applied to the student account with company as payer. Therefore, the company will receive the receipt and refund, if cancellation is made. Completed Career Credit Application, Payment Authorization form, and payment must be submitted to the Workforce, Economic, and Community Development division at P&HCC by mail, fax, phone, or in person.
Yes, we can bill your company! A letter of authorization for payment must accompany the completed Career Credit Application. It must be typed on official company letterhead, signed by the company’s authorized payer, and include the company’s Federal Tax ID number. It must state the employee’s name(s) and list the class(es) that the company will be compensating.
Company Billing - P&HCC Employee
P&HCC employees (staff & faculty) may use company billing privilege. An email from the account approver or department head authorizing payment must be received prior to student registration. This may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The email must state the employee’s name(s) and class(es) the college will be compensating. P&HCC employee will go to https://ph.augusoft.net/ and create a new profile if not created previously. WECD staff member will process the employee’s registration. Employee will receive a course confirmation, and account approver will receive a transaction receipt, via email when complete. Upon completion of the class(es), the account approver will receive an invoice of the transaction. Account approver must attach an internal purchase requisition with budget account information to be used for transaction and deliver to the business office.
Student Health Safety Agreement
The health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff is a top priority. With the current and uncertain future of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, it is imperative we follow very specific guidelines until such time as the pandemic ends. Please review the Student Health Agreement form prior to attending class(es) at P&HCC. A signed agreement is required and will be collected during the first class session.
Student Support / Disability Statement
If you have a disability or other need for reasonable accommodation in order to successfully complete the requirements of this course, please contact the 504/ADA Coordinator (Learning Resource Center #109D, 276-656-0257 or 800-232-7997 ext. 0257, email@example.com to discuss this matter confidentially.
Inclement Weather / School Closing Policy
For information regarding school closing, please refer to local television and radio stations, call 276-638-8777, or check our website at www.patrickhenry.edu.
P&HCC Alert System
Sign up to receive important emergency alerts, notifications, and school updates on all your devices: email accounts, cell phone, pager, Smartphone/PDA (Blackberry, Treo & other handhelds).
Senior Citizen Information for Career Credit Courses
Workforce, Economic & Community Development, a division of Patrick & Henry Community College, welcomes senior citizens! In addition to creating a student profile, senior citizens must complete the Senior Citizen Tuition Assistance Agreement form and submit to the office of the Registrar.
Under the Virginia Senior Citizens Higher Education Act of 1974, those 60 years of age and older may enroll in career credit courses and pay only for service fees, course materials, and lab fees. There is no cost for tuition if the student is domiciled in Virginia for a minimum of a one-year period to the beginning of the class one seeks assistance. No limit is placed on the number of terms, quarters, or semesters in which a senior citizen who is not enrolled for academic credit may register for courses, but the individual can take no more than three career credit courses in any one term, quarter, or semester.
Senior citizens registering under these provisions must do so on a space-available basis after all tuition-paying students have been accommodated and contingent on a minimum number of paying students for a career credit class to meet go-no go class requirements. P&HCC has no obligation under the Virginia Senior Citizens Higher Education Act of 1974 to offer courses specifically to meet the needs of senior citizens or to continue to provide a particular course for a senior citizen who has registered for the course if the regular enrollment in the course is not adequate to justify the course offering. Unless contacted ahead of time by college staff or faculty, seniors should plan to attend class(es) until the final determination is made.
Maps and Directions
Give the Gift of Learning
Gift certificates may be acquired through the Institutional Advancement office, located in the Frith building, room 146. For more information, email or call (276) 656-0249.