At Century College, you can choose from a variety of career and technical programs leading directly to employment as well as courses designed to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. You will learn from expert instructors with access to innovative learning opportunities and state-of-the-art facilities.
The Admissions Office will work with you to “discover what’s next!” Learn about the steps to complete the admissions process and register for courses. Do you have questions about Century College? Attend a Discover Century Information Session, schedule a campus visit, chat online, email or call one of our friendly Admissions Advisors.
With affordable tuition rates, Century College can save you thousands on your education. Learn about our tuition rates and fees, and discover options to pay for college, including financial aid, scholarships and payment plans. College can be affordable!
Each year, nearly 1,000 students apply for a Century College Foundation scholarship. While we awarded over 200 scholarships last year, many students are left empty-handed. With your support, we can ensure more students have the help they need to succeed.
The Continuing Education and Customized Training department can help you to get ahead in your career by offering a variety of non-credit workforce training and development opportunities. Through customized training options, Century College can work directly with employers to meet the training needs of employees.
Century College offers a variety of campus life opportunities to connect with others, gain leadership experience, be involved and have fun. Students can participate or cheer on the Century College Wood Ducks Athletic programs, become active members and leaders on campus or take advantage of campus recreational activities and art and theatre experiences.
Century College is committed to the success of each student. This commitment to student success and persistence is demonstrated by the numerous student services and support available in and out of the classroom, including academic resources, assistive services, student wellness options and planning support.
Students, faculty, staff, administrators, visitors, community members, vendors, contractors, and/or any other member of the campus community who experiences, or becomes aware of, a possible bias incident may report the incident to any member of the Bias Incident Response Team or via the online reporting form.
Yes, you can report whatever information you are comfortable sharing. Please note that anonymous reports or reports with limited information may restrict the Bias Incident Response Team’s ability to take action in addressing the reported concern.
The report is sent to the Office of Diversity & Inclusion for initial review.
A bias incident is a committed act motivated by bias towards a protected class (i.e., sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, race, religion, or disability). The act does not need to be criminal in nature or in violation of any policy to be considered a bias incident.
A hate crime is a criminal act or offense that was motivated by the perpetrator’s own bias against a protected class. The Department of Public Safety publishes reported hate crimes in the Annual Security Report, as required by the Clery Act.
Note: All hate crimes could also be classified as bias incidents, but not all bias incidents could be classified as hate crimes.
Yes! It is important for the Bias Incident Response Team to have an accurate picture of bias on campus so that the appropriate education, resources, and support can be provided.
Report any bias incidents you become aware of and encourage your students, friends, colleagues, etc. to do the same.
Confront peers (if you feel comfortable doing so) who engage in biased behavior or language use.
Attend educational programs/events and training opportunities (e.g., ally training).