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If you need to withdraw from an Interactive course you must notify us in writing (email is acceptable). To do this you can contact us here. First, review our Withdrawal/Refund Policy below.
There are no academic penalties for withdrawal at any time. If you withdraw and then enroll in the course again later, you will simply start at the beginning with a clear academic record.
Any enrollment fees and re-instatement fees are non-refundable. Course tuition is refundable dependent on when the written request is sent by the student according to the following guidelines:
The course weeks start on Monday 12am (Mountain time) and end on the following Monday at 12am. The withdrawal request date will be based on the postmark date if sent by postal mail, or by the date generated by the receiving email system in the case of emails. Refunds will be sent within 20 business days after CBC receives the written withdrawal request.
If you feel the need to drop a course because of time demands, first consider whether you are spending an appropriate amount of time on the class. We often see many students spending much more time in the discussions than expected. For each lesson, the minimum requirements are:
1. Answer the discussion question and
2. Add at least one comment about a post from another person
Most students should be able to read the lesson outline, watch the video and complete these discussion requirements in about 1.5-2 hours per lesson. Yet many students go well beyond this. This is wonderful for those who have the time. But it is not expected. So before you decide to completely drop a course, consider whether it is better to stay in the course but not push yourself to put so much time and effort into the discussions.
Thank you for joining us at Charis Bible College Online. We are glad you are here!
After you have enrolled and started classes online, you are free to skip later terms to suit your schedule. However, if you do not enroll in any classes for more than 2 consecutive terms, your student status will be changed to inactive. If your status becomes inactive, you are still free to enroll in classes again in later terms. However, there will be a $60 (USD) fee to reactivate your status at the time of future enrollments.
If you need to withdraw from a Self-Paced course, you must notify us in writing (email is acceptable). To do this, you can contact us here. First, review our Withdrawl/Refund Policy below.
There are no academic penalties for withdrawl at any time. If you withdraw and then enroll in the course again later, you will simply start at the beginning with a clear academic record.
Any enrollment fees and re-instatement fees are non-refundable. Course tuition is refundable within 1 week of enrollment if no more than one lesson of the course materials has been accessed. If more than one lesson has been accessed, no refund will be granted.
You will have access to each course that you have purchased for a full year after it ends. This includes access to course outlines, audios, videos and discussions. During this period of time, you will have the right to download these materials and save them on your computer.
Note: If you choose to download materials, we suggest that you take steps to back up these files to prevent loss. We cannot be responsible for materials that you have downloaded to your computer but lost due to computer failure.
This policy is subject to change without notice.