Enrollment (Reservation) Once a telephone caller or a walk-in has selected a specific computer
course, that person has four business days to come in to make payment in order to register for
that course. Saturday is a business day. -for example, if a caller selects a course on January 24, that person must come in by January 29 to pay for the course even it starts
in February or March.
The student can give a post-dated check dated at least eight days before the starting date of the course.
First-come / First–serve Basis
This applies when there is a big demand and payment
should be a. s.a.p. If this happens, the four-day reservation period doesn’t apply.
On Stand-by Basis
If a person wants to take a course that is completely
reserved but not entirely paid up, they can be added to the Stand-By list.
If a reservation is cancelled, persons on the stand-by list are considered
in order of priority.
When payment is presented, the student is given a receipt and a copy of refund
policy slip stapled to the outline of the course to be taken.
Payment policy Full payment is made (cash or check) before the starting date of that course.
-If a cheque is given, it should be dated at least 8 days before the first class begins.
-In last minute registrations, a $30.00 cash deposit and a cheque for the balance of the cost should be received before the course begins.
A deposit of $65.00 (cash) and one postdated check of $65.00 indicating the date of class 2 for a $130.00- course should be considered
when an individual requests for such a plan.
Change in payment plan
Any request for change in the payment plan must be referred to the computer centre manager.
If a student cancels eight (8) days or more before the starting date of the paid course,
an administrative fee of $15.00 will be charged and a refund will be given within 20 days of the request.
Only one monetary credit will be applied to another computer course if the need should arise.
If a student cancels seven (7) days or less before
the date of the paid course, no refund will be given. In the event of a dispute
or in case of a medical emergency, these matters should be referred to the
Computer Centre Co-ordinator for further consideration. For example:
-If a medical/family situation prevents a student
from attending a course, a refund or a credit may be considered at the discretion
of the Library. Each case would be evaluated on an individual basis.
-If a student claims that this course wasn’t suitable
after attending the first class and demands a refund, that student may not
be necessarily eligible for a refund.
-If a student misses a class, the Library will try
to accommodate that student by permitting the person to attend another similar
class provided there is space.
The student is responsible for payment of NSF charges
incurred by the Library.
Last update: March 2005 (next update to be determined)