School Policies & Guidelines


Students shall register for each class or group of classes as offered. Course fees must be prepaid to guarantee space in a class. Registration will be available by mail, in person &/or online.


Students may be dismissed from classes for disruptive behavior including, but not limited to: Excessive in/out of class settings; use of cell phones, computers or other electronic devices that are not being used to enhance the learning experience; or failure to pay (or having funds returned NSF) for any class fee.


Course fee may be refunded or applied to a future class if reservation is canceled at least 2 business days prior to the beginning of the class. With less than 48 hours notice or no-show for class will result in forfeit of course fees. Exceptions made for true emergencies.

Attendance Policies: 

Live courses and live Webinars require student to devote the “seat” time as stated in the clock hours awarded for each course. 50 minutes of seat time equal to 1 clock hour of education. Clock hours include activity and lecture time combined.

Time Missed/Make Up Work: 

Students who miss more than 10% of scheduled lecture time (5 minutes per clock hour) shall be required to make up time to earn course certificate — make up work will be at the discretion of the instructor and may include private discussions on topic, homework or other activity assignment.

Course Prerequisites: 

No specific prerequisites shall exist for the courses offered. Courses will be open to anyone. Real Estate licensees desiring clock hour credit may be assessed a clock hour fee not to exceed $10 over/above course fees offered those not desiring a clock hour certificate.

Standards of Progress/Grading: 

All courses are on a pass/fail basis. Clock hours shall be issued for students who are physically present and participate in discussion &/or activities. Webinars shall require passing a randomized quiz with 80% accuracy to ensure student was physically attending the session. Quiz may/may not be related to course materials and could contain questions to prove physical viewing has occurred such as “What is background color of this screen? Or “What letter/number/animal is pictured be-low?”