Short-Term Classes - Enrollment and Tuition

One of the ways you may assist us is by enrolling as early as possible. This helps us to determine if the number of adults desiring a particular course will be sufficient to start the class. In some cases a particular course will be canceled because too few are enrolled. Enrollment is currently open for Short-term classes. A variety of courses will be offered at both the Alva and Fairview Campuses.

A Short-Term Enrollment Form may be downloaded and then faxed to the appropriate campus for enrollment. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required for downloading the form. Please call the numbers listed below for the appropriate campus for permission to fax the form for enrollment.

You may enroll online for Alva Short-Term Classes and Fairview Short-Term Classes.

**Notice: You are not guaranteed to be enrolled in the course until payment is received and confirmed.**

Refund Policy

Full refund is given for classes canceled by the Northwest Technology Center Office. Northwest Technology Center reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment up to the day before it begins.


Persons over the age of 65 may attend tuition free, however, all textbooks and supplies fees must be paid. Persons interested in applying for free enrollment must contact the Northwest Technology Center Office and supply adequate information before being accepted into a class.

Student Services

Student support services such as career guidance, assessment, job placement, personal counseling, and basic skill enhancement are available for evening adult students. Please contact office personnel or a building administrator for more information. Northwest Technology Center is making a good faith effort to comply with the provisions and responsibilities of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Services are available to students with disabilities, including accommodations in facilities, programs, and services. Northwest Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, veteran status, qualified handicap or disability. For more information you may contact the Compliance Coordinators who are Daren Slater at the Alva Campus and Colt Shaw at the Fairview Campus.

Special Notices

Certificates of Completions: Students enrolled in classes will receive a certificate of completion provided they have attended at least 80 percent of the classes and are recommended by the instructor.

Textbooks may be obtained at the Northwest Technology Center Office the first night of class.

Textbooks and other supplies are not included in the tuition, unless otherwise indicated in the course description.

Contact Information

For questions about short-term classes at the Alva campus, contact Charlotte Hadwiger by phone at 580.327.0344 by phone or by email at or Jessica Kreigh by phone at 580.327.0344 or by email at

For questions about short-term classes at the Fairview campus, contact Steve Kliewer by phone at 580.227.3708 or by email at or Susan Bymaster by phone at 580.227.3708 or by email at

Updated on 7/7/14