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.
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.
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?”