Continuing Education Units
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What is a CEU?
A continuing education unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized unit of achievement. By successfully completing ten hours of instruction, an individual earns 1.0 CEUs. CEU credit is normally awarded for learning activities that provide three or more hours of instruction (contact hours). A CEU credit will be awarded for a course, workshop, conference, seminar, lecture. Other activities may apply, please submit application for evaluation.
An application for CEU credits will be reviewed and evaluated based on the following criteria:
- A clearly identified target audience
- Clearly defined intended learning outcomes
- Qualifications of the instructor(s)
- Appropriateness of content relative to the audience and the learning outcomes
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-2191
Phone: 806.742.7202, ext. 270
University College outreach will mail a CEU grade report and certificate to each participant that has requested and paid for the CEU credit after the learning activity has been completed. Texas Tech University will maintain a permanent record of accrued CEUs which allows participants to request an official transcript from the university at any time.
Fee for grade report and certificate is $30 for each participant.
* The above criteria follow the principles set forth in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools publication, Resource Manual for the Principles of Accreditation, www.sacscoc.org.