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Are Workforce and Economic Development classes eligible for financial aid?
WED classes are not eligible for Lottery Tuition Assitance or federal financial aid such as the Pell Grant.  However, scholarships and grants for specific programs may be available.
Contact the Workforce and Economic Development office to inquire about availability and requirements.  

Can I receive college credit for continuing education classes?  
Students who successfully complete continuing education classes are awarded Continuing Education Units (C.E.Us).  

If I sign up for a class, can I cancel or move to another class? 
If you wish to move your registration to a different date or wish to cancel your registration, you must notify York Technical College Workforce and Economic Development Division in writing at at least 5 business days prior to the first day of class.  Requests for date changes will be made on a first come, first served basis, based on seat availability.  Requests for date changes with less than 5 days notice will result in forfeiture of the registration fee.  

Refunds will be issued based on the following schedule:
Requests made at least 10 business days in advance of class start:  100% refund
Requests made between 5 and 10 business days in advance of class start:  Refund less $25 service fee
Requests made less than 5 days in advance of class start:  No refund

Refunds will be processed based on the original form of payment.  

If the College is forced to cancel a course for any reason, enrolled students will be provided the option to transfer to a later date without penalty or to receive a full refund.  

NOTE:  Some certificate programs may have a non-refundable seating fee which applies to each instance of registration.  

Are career services available? 
All York Technical College services are available to WED students, including resume and interview preparation and job search assistance. 

Is there a minimum age requirement for continuing education courses?
In most cases, the minimum age is 16 years old with parental consent.  Courses that allow younger participants, such as summer camp experiences, will indicate the age range in the course description.