- Advising Services
- Schedule & Transcripts
If you have registered under the "in-person" option, you will be taking classes at CETC in West County located at 12837 Flushing Meadows, 63131. Our full-day classes run from 8:30am until 4:00pm and you will have an hour for lunch. You can bring your lunch or eat in one of the many nearby restaurants.
Some of our student services available at our West County facility include:
A student lounge is available at the Computer Education & Training Center for students who want to bring their lunch. There is also a small student refrigerator available to keep items cold.
Guide to restaurants near the Computer Education & Training Center.
Open Lab Hours
Open lab hours are available on a limited basis to students who are enrolled in Computer Education & Training Center classes to practice and review class exercises. To check lab availability for a specific date and time, email email@example.com or call (314) 984-9000.
Advice for Students
If you would like to register for a course or check your enrollment status, you can do so online
in our Registration System.
Call us at (314) 984-9000 to register by phone.
Student Advising Services
If you have a question about which course to take, class prerequisites, specialized certificates, or if you want more information on the Computer Education & Training Center, call us at (314) 984-9000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We can provide you with up-to-date information about the Computer Education & Training Center and Certificates, including:
- Course content and options
- Course sequence and prerequisites
- Courses to help fulfill career goals
- General questions about Certificate programs
- General Computer Education & Training Center questions
For more information on our courses, you can also visit our Course Advice page, which has details on specific course content areas.
One CEU (Continuing Education Unit) is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.
What do CEUs mean to you?
Beyond the knowledge and skills acquired through participation in noncredit continuing education programs, CEUs can be of value to you in providing verification of your continuing education experiences to employers, professional associations, licensing boards, and others interested in, or requiring, a record of that participation.
How do you receive CEUs?
CEUs can be received through participation in noncredit continuing education programs offered by the University of Missouri. Programs must be approved for CEUs.
On completion of the program, a CEU notice will be presented to you for your personal files. A permanent record of all CEUs earned for computer classes through the University of Missouri is kept on file.
Schedule & Transcripts
To view your schedule of upcoming University of Missouri-St. Louis Computer Education & Training Center classes, go to the Registration Portal, and log in to your account. You will be all to see future scheduled classes as well as classes you have previously taken.
You will also be able to check the status of a computer class (whether it is full or not it is full). Enter the course code in the Search field.
To view a transcript of your Computer Education & Training Center classes, go to the Registration Portal, and log in to your account.
If you have not yet set up an account in the new registration system, go ahead and create it. Then email us at email@example.com and we will link your new account to your previous classes that you may have taken before October 1, 2016
Go to the Student Registration Portal.