images including woman using sewing machine, girl in pink sweatshirt using laptop, young woman receiving assistance with paperwork, medical tech assisting patient, and students working in machine shop

Registration and Payment

There are 3 Registration Options

close up of laptop keyboard Register and pay for classes with our updated registration system. Upon visiting this link you should see a tutorial that will guide you through the registration process. If you missed it, or would like to view it again, just click the Replay Tutorial button on the right side of the screen, above the search results. 
By Mail  
close up of mailboxes

Download a Registration Form (PDF opens in new window)

Mail a completed form with your check, money order or American Express, Master Card, or Visa information (Payment to include all fees listed for each course.) to:

CE Cashier
A-B Tech
340 Victoria Road
Asheville, NC 28801

In Person  
photo of students registering for classes in person

Asheville Campus

Pay in the lobby of the Ferguson Center for Allied Health and Workforce Development Building (AHWD):

Hours of Operation
Map and Driving Directions

Madison Site

Pay in the Ramsey Building - Lobby:

Madison Hours of Operation
Map and Driving Directions

Having Trouble Registering?

View our FAQ page or call 828-398-7903.

If you are having trouble logging in to your WebAdvisor account, please visit to change your password or contact for assistance.

Before You Register - Do You Have A Disability?

Disability Support Services

Individuals with disabilities (as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, "ADA") wishing to make a request for reasonable accommodation, auxiliary communication aids or services, or materials in alternative accessible formats should email or call 828-398-7581.

Continuing Education Refund Policy

As established by the NC State Board of Community Colleges, a refund shall be made under the following circumstances:1) A student who officially withdraws prior to the first class meeting shall be eligible for a 100 percent refund; 2) A student is eligible for a 100 percent refund if an applicable class is canceled due to insufficient enrollment; 3) A 75% refund will be issued (Self-Supporting classes with prefixes CSP and SEF are excluded) if the student officially withdraws prior to or on the 10 percent point of the scheduled hours of the class. Insurance, technology and supply/lab fees are not refundable. 4) No refund will be made after the 10 percent point of the class; 5) The insurance fee is refundable only if a class is canceled or the student drops before the class begins. 6) There will be a minimum of three to four weeks to process refunds.