ENROLLMENT AND TUITION POLICY
MINIMUM ENROLLMENT | In order for us to plan for the semester and hire teachers, minimum class enrollment must be met, with a paid deposit or full tuition, by the deadline of ten full days prior to the first class session or the class may be cancelled. In most cases, a class that has reached minimum enrollment ten full days before the first class session will continue to enroll students through the second class session in the semester, as long as space is still available.
INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS | Periodic installment payments for class tuition are available to all students in good financial standing with The ACT, upon signing an installment payment agreement at the beginning of each semester. Deadlines for installment payments vary between classes and are published on the individual class web pages. It is the student’s responsibility to note these deadlines and to make subsequent payments on time and in full. No student may begin attending classes without having either tuition paid in full or a paid deposit with an installment payment agreement on file at the beginning of each semester.
CLASS WITHDRAWAL COMMUNICATION | All class withdrawal requests must be sent via email to the Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to be processed.
CLASS WITHDRAWAL TUITION POLICY | If a student withdraws from a class more than ten full days prior to the first class session, we will issue a refund or ACT credit for any tuition paid, minus a $20 service fee. If a student withdraws from a class less than ten full days prior to the first class session and before the start of the second class session, we will issue a refund or ACT credit for any tuition paid, minus the non-refundable class deposit. Starting with the beginning of the second class session, the total semester tuition is non-refundable and is due to The ACT by the published deadlines, regardless of a student's attendance during the semester.
FAILURE TO PAY | Any unpaid balance on a student's account may affect future enrollment in classes and camps, as well as participation in productions at The ACT.
CLASS CANCELLATIONS | If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, students enrolled in the cancelled class may opt to transfer to another class or may request a full refund. Any increase in tuition that occurs as the result of a class transfer is the responsibility of the student.