Cancellations and Schedule Changes
Continuing Studies reserves the right to cancel or alter the fees, schedule, or staffing of courses when circumstances warrant. If a cancellation or change is necessary, students will be notified prior to the first class, and students enrolled in cancelled courses will have the option of taking another class or receiving a full refund.
Note: Courses with low enrollment may be cancelled a week or more prior to the start date, thus early registration is encouraged.
All withdrawal requests must be submitted in writing to email@example.com and include the student's name, ID number, and course information. The date the request is received in writing is the date used to calculate the refund amount.
- 100 percent tuition refund prior to the second class
- No refunds will be issued after the second class begins
Refunds take four to six weeks to process, depending on payment type.
Note: Nonattendance does not constitute an official withdrawal, nor a cancellation of tuition and fees.
Wait List Procedures for Continuing Studies
If you are interested in registering for a course that is full, we encourage you to add yourself to the wait list by filling out the wait list form attached to the individual course on our shopping cart website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and desired course. We will make every attempt to notify you if a spot does become available in your preferred course for purchase online.
A prerequisite or its equivalent is a course or other requirement deemed necessary to ensure the greatest possible likelihood for student success. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of and meet any course prerequisite(s) prior to registration.
The Adult Continuing Education program reserves the right to enforce prerequisite requirements and may deny or permit enrollment accordingly. Students may be administratively dropped from any course for which they have not met the prerequisite(s).
A student that does not meet the prerequisite(s) for a specific course but feels that they are academically prepared to take the course can request permission from the Adult Continuing Education program.
Students may not enroll in a course and its prerequisite(s) in the same semester.
Enrollment Verification and Letter of Successful Completion/Student Evaluation
The Registration Statement serves as enrollment verification for the courses listed.
SAIC records the courses for which a student registers on the permanent record. SAIC adheres to a credit/no credit grading system, as does Adult Continuing Education (ACE) in Continuing Studies (CS). The instructor may use this form to verify successful completion and give a written evaluation of student performance.
ACE courses are not offered for credit and are indicated by the grading basis AUD, or Audit, on the Registration Statement. Students enrolled in noncredit (Audit) courses at SAIC are required to attend all class sessions, successfully complete all coursework, and pay the tuition amount indicated on the Statement of Account.
If a student requires verification of successful completion of a course in lieu of credit or grade for purposes of reimbursement or any other reason, the student may request a letter, which will be completed by the instructor at the end of the course. The instructor may also use this form to give a written evaluation of student performance. The Letter of Successful Completion/Student Evaluation is for student use only and will not be documented on the permanent record.
International Student Support
SAIC does not issue immigration support documents for international students participating in nondegree Continuing Studies programs including noncredit Adult Continuing Education courses and certificate programs, and degree program courses for nonmatriculated students.