CLASS WITHDRAWAL POLICY
Withdrawals prior to 2 weeks before the start of a class will receive a full refund of tuition and materials fees paid, less the $25 processing fee. This refund will be issued in the form of payment the tuition was paid. Withdrawals during the 2 weeks prior to the start of a class will be issued in the form of a Community Arts Center credit of tuition and materials fees, less the $25 processing fee. Withdrawals after the first class, but before the second class will be issued in the form of a Community Arts Center credit equal to tuition only, less the $25 processing fee. There will be no refunds or credits of any kind after the second class. CAC credits issued are valid for one year from the issue date.
Please Note: There is a different withdrawal policy for summer camp. This policy is stated on the Summer Spree page of this website, at the bottom of the page.
WORKSHOP WITHDRAWAL POLICY
Withdrawals from a workshop before 7 days prior to the start of a workshop will receive a full refund. Withdraws 7 to 4 days prior to the start date of a workshop will receive a CAC credit issued for tuition only. There will be no refunds or credits of any kind for withdrawals 3 days prior and up to the day of a workshop. A $15 processing fee will be charged on all withdrawals. CAC credits issued are valid for one year from the issue date.
CLASS/WORKSHOP CANCELLATION and TRANSITION POLICY
The Community Arts Center reserves the right to cancel a class with low enrollment. This decision is made in consultation with the instructor on week prior to the start of the class. In the event a class is cancelled by the Community Arts Center, students registered in that class will be notified by telephone and will receive a 100% refund of all monies paid for the class.
CAC reserves the right to transition in person classes to a remote (online) format in the event that the CAC suspends in person operations for safety reasons. In this case no refunds will be issued so long as the CAC provides the same number of class meetings as originally planned.
Emergency Closing Information
If the Community Arts Center closes due to inclement weather or other emergency situations there will be a message on our answering machine by 8:30am. There will also be a notification on our Facebook Page. If the Arts Center needs to close early, students effected will be notified either by the Arts Center staff or their instructor via email or by phone if there is no email. Note: Canceled classes will be made up in the make-up week after the semester has ended, unless other arrangements are made by your instructor. Please be safe.
COVID-19 POLICY AND PROCEDURES
The Community Arts Center (CAC) values the health and safety of its employees, students, and visitors as COVID-19 impacts our community. CAC continues to monitor Federal (CDC), State and Local health advisories and to adjust our practices to best accommodate those guidelines.
The following document outlines the general, organizational procedures that will be put in place as CAC and the community navigate the pandemic: CAC Covid 19 Guidelines Final document
The following document outlines specific procedures that will be observed in our educational programs COVID Safety Procedures for CAC Educational Programs
Students participating in in-person educational programs at this time are required to complete the Participant Liability Release. Students who register online can complete this form during the registration process. If registering by phone, please download the form below, sign and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org . A digital photo of the signed document is acceptable. Participant Liability Release document