TAC Cancellation Policy
CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY:
This agreement is for the purpose of running an efficient and effective Online Animation Art School
PARENT RESPONSIBILITY: Parents are expected to take the primary responsibility of monitoring the student’s class attendance, behavior in class (including the chat box) and the turning in of weekly assignments. Parents are also expected to review the syllabi as provided in each class, provide the necessary equipment and materials needed, and review work turned in. Students are encouraged to grow in their independent ability to take personal responsibility for completion and on-time submission of assignments, including conformity to any required formats.
FEES & PAYMENTS: The Tuition for each class can be paid by credit card at the time of registration.
There are 2 ways to pay:
#1 A Non-refundable Registration fee (at a minimum) is due upon registration with the commitment to pay the “final payment” as the session draws near. Then the rest of the payment is due before a due date specified for that session and before orientation materials can be sent out. We do send out reminders by a specified date as well.
#2 Full Payment can be made upon registration and if this is chosen then there is nothing to be done until receiving orientation materials.
Either way, upon registration, you will receive a semi-personal email notifying you that your registration has been processed, the dates of the class and any payments that are expected.
CANCELLATION & REFUNDS: All classes have a “non-refundable” fee attached to the cost of the class whether only the registration fee is paid for or the full payment is made at the time of registration.
- Course cancellations 2 weeks prior to orientation week will receive a 100% refund minus the non-refundable registration fee or can be moved to the next session.
- Cancellations during the week of orientation will receive a refund that takes another $50 off for administration costs – taking $100 off the full class fee or can be moved to the next session.
- Cancellations within 2 weeks after classes begin will receive half of the tuition back as a refund or may have the option to roll that class fee forward to the next session.
- Cancellations after the first 2 weeks of class, require that that class fee is forfeited. An appeal can be made to the administration to consider moving the class fee to the next session and this will be considered depending on the circumstances.