When are courses offered? Our schedule is designed to be flexible for the adult student. You may choose to attend classes on as many evenings or weekends as you like. Some classes are also held during the day. Please note: After each course description you will see a Section letter. Choose the section with a time most convenient for you. If you need help scheduling your courses, contact our office.
How big are the classes? Molloy College believes that its students benefit from smaller class size, which is condusive to optimum student/faculty interaction. Registrations are processed in the order that they are received, so it is advisable to register as soon as possible to avoid being closed out of a course. *If there is not sufficient enrollment one week or less prior to the scheduled beginning of a class, the course may be cancelled.
How do I find out where my course is meeting? Classroom assignments will be listed on the course confirmation you will receive in the mail, after successfully registering. Room assignments are also posted outside our office in Siena Hall, Room 106. NOTE: Room assignments for computer courses are noted in the course catalog next to the section of the course you are registered for.
Will I need to purchase additional materials and/or textbooks? This varies by course. If your course requires additional materials, textbooks or handouts, it will be indicated in the course description and you will be informed during the first class meeting. Textbooks are for sale in the Molloy College Bookstore located in the Wilbur Arts Center. Bookstore hours are: Monday, Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Their phone number is 516.323.3464. For courses that require handouts, they will be available for purchase from the instructor during the first class meeting.
Many of the course descriptions mention a CEU. What is a CEU? CEUs are measures of hourly participation in qualified programs of non-credit Continuing Education and are nationally recognized. Molloy College Division of Continuing Education and Professional Development will award CEUs where indicated. One Continuing Education Unit usually equals 10 class hours of participation. For example, a 12-hour course is equivalent to 1.2 CEU's.
Do you ever cancel a course? Molloy College reserves the right to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. Should we cancel a course, a full refund will be granted. Every effort is made to notify students of a course cancellation or change of schedule well in advance. Students are encouraged to register early to secure a place in the courses of their choice, and to help ensure the course's success.
My course schedule was changed and the new schedule doesn't work for me. Can I get a refund? Yes, when course schedules are changed - for any reason - students may transfer to another course or section or receive a full refund. Molloy College reserves the right to modify or withdraw any course offering.
Do you schedule courses following the school district holiday schedule? No, our courses are usually scheduled around the Molloy College Academic Calendar, however, we will occassionally schedule courses even though the College or College offices are closed. Consult individual course descriptions for no-class dates
How do I get an official transcript of all the courses that I have attended? Complete transcripts of all your classes are available for a fee of $10. Send your transcript request with your $10 check, payable to Molloy College to the attention of the Division of Continuing Education. A record of attendance is not available after five years of the date of attendance. Exceptions: Infection Control, Training of Identification of Child Abuse and Real Estate course attendance are not available after seven years of the date of attendance.
I've misplaced my certificate of completion for a course that I attended. Can I get a duplicate? Yes, to receive a duplicate copy of record of attendance/certificate for a non-credit course a fee of $10 is required. Send your duplicate copy request with your check to the Division of Continuing Education. Exceptions: To receive a duplicate copy of record of attendance/certificate for Infection Control, Training of Identification of Child Abuse and Real Estate a fee of $5 is required.
How long do you hold on to attendance records ?The Division of Continuing Education will hold a record of attendance for approximately five years. Exceptions: Infection Control, Training of Identification of Child Abuse and Real Estate course attendance are available up to seven years of the date of attendance.
What is the difference between a certificate and a certification? A certificate program is an extensive course, or series of courses, designed to prepare you for a specific function. A certification is a recognized credential that confirms your ability in a particular area. Certifications are often offered through professional organizations and usually require passing an exam.