Frank Phillips College's Community Education (CE) program is focused on helping our community by enriching the individuals who live here. FPC offers non-credit community-based classes, Continuing Education courses that award CEUs (Continuing Education Units), summer kids camps, and also workforce training opportunities. Right now we do have classes offered in-person, with all COVID-19 safety protocols being followed.
For more information on specific trainings for your home campus, contact the Continuing Education Director:
Rahll Campus in Dalhart, TX:
K-Lee Stegall, Coordinator of Extended Education
Allen Campus in Perryton, TX:
Bethany Kile, Coordinator of Extended Education
Borger Campus in Borger, TX:
Jeanette Tracy, Community Education Coordinator
(806) 457-4200 ext. 138
Are you interested in developing and teaching a community education course? If so, please contact the Community Education Coordinator at your local campus!
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Be sure to look through our class offerings and schedule. We regularly offer classes based on community interest. If you or someone you know is interested in a class we can supply, please let us know by clicking the "INTERESTED" button beside the class. We will host classes once our minimum headcount is met.
Looking for classes currently offered? Check out our class schedule. We regularly offer classes in art, photography, CPR, ESL, Computer basics, small business and employee trainings and much more!
If you need help or have a question you'd like us to answer, reach out to our Community Education Coordinator at:
Our community resource center for FPC offers both community education classes and continuing education classes.
Community education are classes that are "fee based." They do not receive any state or local tax funds, and are completely supported by your tuition. Because of this we are unable to offer discounts at this time.
However, the majority of our continuing education classes have the opportunity to be covered through local funding, grants, and other resources - if you are a company who is in need of small business training or professional development, reach out to us to find out your options.
Course withdrawal policy:
Notice of withdraw from a scheduled class must be received three business days prior to the first day of class in order to receive a refund. Notice must be given to the Community Education Coordinator at 806.457.4200 ext. 138 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.