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Reschedule or Cancellation Policy

Payment for classes is expected at the time you register. To register:

By Mail: Print the Registration Form and mail it to the address below.
By Fax
: Print the
Registration Form and fax it to (603) 286-3303.
By Phone: Call (603) 286-3300 with your credit card information.
Email Us:  admin@hyslops.com  and provide the information on our
Registration Form.

Snow cancellation: It is our policy to put your personal safety first. If a major storm is predicted and Hyslop & Associates chooses to cancel the class, we will put a message on our office voice mail by 7:30 a.m. informing customers that we will be closed for the day. We will also attempt to contact each student who has registered to let them know the class will be rescheduled. If Hyslop & Associates chooses to run the class on snowy days, you may request to be rescheduled to the next session if you are not comfortable driving when the roads are bad.

To reschedule a class: Registration fees may be transferred to another workshop depending on availability of seating and if the request is received within 24 hours.

Cancellation Policy for One Day Workshops: After registering and paying for a class, a full refund is available if the student provides a 24 hour notice of cancellation or the registration fee may be transferred to another workshop depending on availability of seating. If a student fails to attend and does not contact our office prior to the start of class, the student will forfeit any money paid.

Withdrawal Policy for Certificate Student Contracts: A full refund is available if withdrawal from the certificate program is made within 3 days prior to the start date of the contract. If the student chooses to withdraw from the program, the student must provide written notice to the school administration.  If notice of withdrawal is received prior to completing 50% of the scheduled classes, the student will be charged for the classes already attended and a refund is available for any unattended classes.  If the student has attended 50% of the scheduled classes and withdraws from the certificate program, remaining class fees are nonrefundable and the student will forfeit any money paid.

Student Conduct and Conditions for Dismissal:  Any student not conducting themselves in an orderly and professional manner, which includes being under the influence of drugs and alcohol during school hours, dishonesty, disrupting classes, use of profanity, excessive tardiness, insubordination, violation of safety rules, or not abiding by the school rules will lead to either probation or dismissal from classes.  Any student who was terminated for conduct may not be readmitted.


Updated 10/2/13