Cancellation of Courses
If a class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, students will be notified within three days of the start date and will get a full refund.
Payment is due upon registration. A full refund, less a $20 registration fee, will be given to students who withdraw from a class at least 10 days before a class begins. If cancellation occurs during the 10-day period prior to the start of the class, a refund will be given only if the student’s place can be filled from a waiting list. No portion of the tuition will be refunded if a cancellation occurs after the beginning of the class. Notification of withdrawal must be made through the Concord Center for the Visual Arts. Verbal notification to the instructor or failure to attend classes does not constitute official notice of withdrawal. If cancellations occur due to medical concerns, a doctor’s note must be provided.
In case of inclement weather, Concord Art wants to ensure safety for teachers and students. Always check the front page of the Concord Art website for information about cancellations. If the Concord public schools are closed, it is most likely that Concord Art will be closed too, however always check the Concord Art website for the details for cancellation of classes, workshops and events. If bad weather occurs during school vacations or on a weekend, the CA website (www.concordart.org) and telephone message (978-369-2578) will be updated with the closing information by 8:30 AM each day. The class will be rescheduled and all students notified of the new date. The weather cancellation policy does not apply to delayed openings or early dismissals!