Registration for non-credit courses is due two weeks before class starts to ensure students are properly notified of cancellations if required due to low enrollment.
Payment for non-credit courses is due at the time of registration. A registration fee of $35.00 is required. Registration fees are non-refundable unless a course has been cancelled by the College.
Withdrawals and Refunds
To officially withdraw from a class, submit written notification to the Director of Continuing Education in person, by mail, or by fax. Refunds will be calculated according to the following schedule upon receipt of written notice:
Two weeks prior to class start: 100%
One week prior to class start: 80%
WITHDRAWALS FROM A CLASS
To withdraw officially from a class, submit written notification to the Director of Continuing Education by email, fax, mail or in person. There are no makeup courses available for students who miss class. Allow six weeks to process all refunds. Refunds will be calculated according to the following schedule upon receipt of written notice:
Cancelled Course: 100% tuition & registration fee refund
On or before Feb. 3, 2014: 50% tuition refund
After Feb. 3, 2014: no refund
Cancellations and Schedule Changes
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts reserves the right to cancel courses, to alter fees, scheduling or staffing of courses. If a program or course is cancelled, students will be informed at least a week before the class start date. Please allow six weeks to process all refunds. Students will receive full refunds in the event of course cancellation, including the $35 registration fee.
To find out more about the credit course refund policy go to the Non-Matriculating Students page.
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is a nationally accredited college offering a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Three-year and Post-Baccalaureate certificates, Part-time and Continuing Studies, and a Pre-College program. The College provides its students with strong foundational training in the figurative and representational tradition, and critical thinking skills necessary to thrive in a contemporary art profession.