How do I enroll for a course?
All courses are listed here. Once you’ve picked a course, please email Edan at email@example.com to sign up. After she’s confirmed your enrollment, go here to pay online. Please do not enroll online until you’ve heard back from Edan. (If you prefer to mail a check, please let Edan know and she will provide the necessary info to do that.) After your payment has been received, all course information–including class location, what to bring, and the first assignment–will be emailed to you.
What’s your enrollment and payment policy?
All courses require a $100 non-refundable enrollment fee, which is included in the course fee. (Seminars require a $50 enrollment fee, which is included in the seminar fee.)
If you decide to drop the course within 5 days of the class start date, all but the enrollment fee will be returned to you. After the 5-day grace period, there are no refunds, and you’re required to pay the full course fee no matter how many class meetings you attend. If you drop the course after that grace period, and you’ve chosen to pay in multiple installments, you are still responsible to pay the remaining course balance.
It looks like I’m too late to sign up for a class this session. Can I enter a class after it’s begun?
In most cases, we don’t admit students into a course that’s already begun. The best way to get into a class is to sign up for our email list so that you hear of classes as soon as they’re announced. Please email Edan at firstname.lastname@example.org to do so.
I don’t see any new classes. What’s going on? Will there be more?
Yes! Don’t worry! We offer classes 4 times a year, and the next session is announced about a month before it begins. Sign up for the email newsletter, so that you hear of the new classes as soon as they’re announced. Please email Edan at email@example.com to do so.
Do you offer classes for teenagers?
Unfortunately, our classes are for students over the age of eighteen. However, we occasionally make an exception, dependent upon the teacher, the student, and the class in question. To see if your case is exceptional, please email Edan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are your payment plan options?
Effective summer 2013, new students must pay for all courses in-full. See this blog post for a full explanation.
For almost all courses, we offer returning students the opportunity to pay in either one, two, or three installments. In Payment Plan 1, students pay the full course fee up front. In Payment Plan 2, students pay half up front and half the week before the class ends. In Payment Plan 3, students pay a third up front, a third midway, and a third the week before the class ends. All of the plans include a $100 non-refundable enrollment fee for courses (it’s a $50 fee for seminars). The deadlines and amounts for Payment Plans 2 and 3 are emailed to students upon enrollment.
How come you guys are so awesome?
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