Payment Info

If you have already registered but have not yet paid, please do not register again. Go to our payment page .

Don't forget to adjust your payment if you qualify for a discount.

You can register for SLIS Continuing Education workshops online, and pay by credit card, electronic bank statement, or check. Just fill out the Continuing Education Registration Form and indicate how you'd like to pay.

If you need an invoice, please send us an email

Payment must accompany your registration unless your institution is paying.


By Check: If you choose to pay by check (made out to Simmons College), please print a copy of the form and mail it within one day of registration to:

Mariko Dailey, Program Assistant
School of Library and Information Science
The Office of Continuing Education
Simmons College
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115-5898

By Credit Card or EFT:If you choose to pay by credit card or electronic bank payment, you will be taken to our secure payment site directly from the registration form.

International Bank Transfers: Please contact us if you need addtional information.

TIP: If your employer is going to pay, or if you are concerned that we will not receive your registration in time, we recommend that you register for the workshop and email us to let us know that the check is forthcoming.



Costs and Cancellations

See the workshop list for the cost of each course. Course cost includes a nonrefundable 30 percent registration fee. If a workshop must be canceled by Simmons College, you will be notified and your money will be fully refunded. Cancellations by registrants must be received by email five business days prior to the workshop date in order for registrant to receive the maximum refund of 70 percent. Registrants may be subject to a 30 percent penalty fee if course payment is not received in full by the workshop date.

Tax Deduction

A tax deduction is allowed for educational expenses (including registration fees, travel, meals, lodging) if courses are undertaken to maintain and improve professional skills (see Treasury Reg. 1 162-5 Coughlin v. Commissioner, 203 F.2D 307).