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Registration is open for our winter quarter.
Classes begin December 3rd.


Noncredit Class Schedule



We are happy to be a part of the new Do Space. Please check back in January for information about upcoming classes at this location.  


  Registration Options

  Register for Classes using Instant Enrollment
  (New and Returning Students)

For your convenience, Metropolitan Community College has integrated Instant Enrollment for all Continuing Education Students. You will no longer need a username and password to register. All you need to register is Your Name, Address, Phone Number, Email Address, Social Security Number, Birthday and the Course Number. Credit Card or e-check payment is required when registering for Instant Enrollment non-credit classes.



Click here to start your Instant Enrollment!

Note: You must use Fire Fox or Google Chrome browsers to use the instant enrollment application.

(We are in the process of getting this corrected.)

Non-Credit Instant Enrollment Instructions

  Register for Classes by Phone 
  (New and Returning Students)

Call (402) 457-5231 or 1-800-228-9553 to register for your class or workshop.


          Contact Center Hours


  • Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


Register for Classes using the My Way Portal 
  (Returning Students)


  • My Services allows returning students to register for Continuing Education classes and workshops online.
  • Need a username and password?
    Go to Password Station.
  • Already have your username and password?
    You are ready to register! Simply log on to My Services.



Continuing Education is focused on providing you with a variety of learning opportunities to build skills like using Excel and Word, learning a language, repairing your house, or writing a resume; or to provide you with personal enrichment like learning to dance, trying watercolor painting, or improving your mental and physical health. With our College for Kids program offering summer classes for 3-11 year olds, our College for Teens offering classes for teens, our hundreds of Continuing Education classes and workshops for adults, and our Lifelong Learning classes for seniors, your Continuing Education department provides the Continuing Education classes and workshops our community says it wants!


For more information email: continuingeducation@mccneb.edu

College for Kids and College for Teens Program

New and returning students may now register online by using our Instant Enrollment process. No user name or password is required! Visit www.mccneb.edu/collegeforkidsteens for more information.

If you prefer to register by phone, call 402-457-KIDS (5437). Social Security numbers are required for registration.


Registration begins on Wednesday, April 1st, 2015.


College 4 KidsCollege for Kids is a summer program for children ages 3 to 11 that mixes fun and learning through a wide array of hands-on activities. Week long programs are offered at several sites throughout the MCC four-county area.

2015 College for Kids Schedule

College 4 Kids Promo video


College For TeensYou asked for it! College for Teens is the result of numerous requests for a unique, fun summer program geared especially for teens, ages 12 to 17. Building on the successful College 4 Kids program, College for Teens promises opportunities to pursue new hobbies and interests through sessions you definitely won't find at school.

2015 College for Teens Schedule

Computer Classes

Continuing Education's short Continuing Education computer classes and workshops provide a variety of computer courses ranging from Tips and Techniques for Using the Internet? and Introduction to Computers? to more advanced classes in Word and Excel. Classes are held in up-to-date computer labs at a variety of locations on and off MCC campuses. For your convenience, some classes are held in area public high schools. For more information, check out our listings of classes at www.mccneb.edu/ce/

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Online Courses


Continuing Education Online Courses - Ed2Go


MCC's Continuing Education department presents online classes in cooperation with Education 2 Go. You may take these online courses in the comfort of your home or office at the times that are convenient to you. Click here for more information: http://www.mccneb.edu/ce/ed2go.asp.


Green/Renewable Energy/Sustainability Online Courses - MCC's Continuing Education Department in partnership with ProTrain is offering green/renewable energy/sustainability online training courses. These Continuing Education courses are designed to provide you with the workforce skills necessary for many in-demand green-collar occupations. These courses are accessible 24 hours a day from anywhere. To learn more about the courses, visit http://www.theknowledgebase.org/metropolitan/

Green/Renewable Energy:

  • Building Energy Efficient Level
  • Building/Home Energy Analyst(HERS)
  • Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager(CIAQM)
  • Certified Indoor Environmentalist(CIE)
  • Certified Microbial
  • Fundamentals of Solar Hot Water Heating
  • Green Building Sales Professional
  • Green Building Technical Professional
  • Investigator(CMI)

Sustainability-Green Supply Chain Training:

  • Alternative Energy Operations
  • Carbon Strategies
  • Certified Sustainability Professional (five courses)
  • Energy-Efficient Design for Architects
  • Green Building for Contractors
  • Green Purchasing Fundamentals
  • Green Supply Chain Professional GSCP(five courses)
  • Residential Heat Load Software Training
  • Senior Certified Sustainability Professional (ten courses)
  • Sustainability 101

ProTrain online class tuition runs between $400 and $1200. Classes involve between 50 and 200 hours of instruction and you have between six months and one year of access to the online material. For a complete listing, visit http://www.theknowledgebase.org/metropolitan/
Call (402)-457-2620 to register.

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Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning is for people who see learning as a fun, life-long process. While the purpose is to provide enrichment opportunities for people who are retirement age, any adult may enroll in these classes and workshops. Individuals ages 62+ may take courses for half the listed tuition except where no discounts are indicated.

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MCC Day Tours

Continuing Education's exciting and popular Day Tours are designed for a day's getaway. Enjoy visiting towns, special events, and points of interest throughout Nebraska and neighboring states.

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