Enrollment, registration, or attendance in any one program or course acknowledges all policies, conditions, rules, and regulations of the School as set forth on this official web site and constitutes acceptance of all such policies.

The Professional School may at its own discretion modify tuition and supplemental course fees as deemed necessary, if done so with at least a 30-day advance notice prior to the start of a trimester.

Students are not entitled to receive recommendations, honors, or transcripts of credit unless all accounts are current and are not authorized to claim diplomas, certifications, or Certificates, or training unless all accounts are paid in full.

All accounts more than 90 days past due will be deemed delinquent and may be submitted to a collection agency and/or to credit reporting agencies.

A “Previous Term Billing Charge” in the amount of ten percent of any outstanding balance will be added to all student accounts that are delinquent from any previous trimester.  Interest on past due balances will be also added to the account balance at the rate of 1% of the outstanding balance per month.

An “Insufficient Funds Fee” of $35 per instance will be added to any outstanding balance in the event that the School’s bank or credit card processor is unable to process a payment when submitted by a student.

Refunds for tuition payments will be made in accordance with refund policies described in TUITION REFUNDS.


In the event of a delinquency or a default in the payment of any amount due or if the account is placed in the hands of an agency or attorney for collection or if legal action is taken to collect any amount due, the student agrees to pay an additional charge equal to all costs of collection including agency and attorney fees and court costs in addition to any judgment amount assessed against the student.

The student expressly agrees that all disputes involving the School shall be governed by the laws of the State of Wyoming applicable to contracts executed in that State, without regard to the conflict of laws principles thereof. Any suit, action or proceeding seeking to enforce any provision of, or based on any matter arising out of or in connection with, the agreement for the School to provide instruction to the student may be brought in any federal or state court located in the State and County in which School has its official headquarters, and each of the parties hereby consents to the jurisdiction of such courts and in any such suit, action or proceeding irrevocably waives, to the fullest extent permitted by law, any objection the venue. Process in any such suit, action or proceeding may be served on any party anywhere in the world, whether within or without the jurisdiction of any such court.


The School treats cases of credential fraud very seriously.  Examples include claiming to have earned a diploma, certificate, or certification which has not been awarded by the School or claiming to have completed a program offered by the School when not all of the requirements have been satisfied.  Possible actions the School may take against false claims regarding diploma, certificates, and certifications include informing employers, professional organizations, or licensing bodies of the false credential claim.  Each student by registering for one or more classes authorizes the School to take any such actions to correct false claims at the sole discretion of the School with or without prior notice to the student making the false claim.


This description represents the entire understanding between the School and the student regarding tuition, refunds, and financial policies and no written or oral agreement, assumption, or other statement will, in any manner, alter the provisions unless mutually agreed upon in a writing signed by the School and the student.