Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellation and Refund Policy

 

Student must provide written notice of cancellation/withdrawal by mail, to include: name, date, program enrolled, campus location and reason for cancellation to:

ATTN: Cassie Black, Operations Manager

2704 Old Rosebud Rd, Suite 130

Lexington, KY 40509

 

Program Cancellation:

The school may cancel a program at its discretion. Should this occur, any students enrolled prior to cancellation, will be notified of this change and will have the option of applying all monies paid toward another program or receiving a refund of all tuition paid within 30 days of the cancellation date.

 

Cancellation:

An applicant, who provides written notice of cancellation after executing the enrollment agreement, but prior to the orientation of the program, is entitled to a full refund of all paid tuition. Unless they have been offered or secured employment in the field as a result of enrollment. Student has six months from enrollment date to seek any refunds of paid tuition. All refunds will be made within 30 days of the written notice’s receipt.

 

Withdrawal Procedure:

  1. Students choosing to withdraw from a program after the orientation date are required to provide written notice of withdrawal as required above (attendance will be calculated until written notice is received) and advised to meet with the On-site Administrator to complete an exit interview.  The purpose of the exit interview is to assess the academic and financial status of the student.
  2. TMIKY has selected three consecutive scheduled class absences, without prior administrative approval, as the unofficial date which a student is deemed to have withdrawn. Students have six months from last attended date of class to request a refund of monies paid towards tuition. After this deadline, no refunds will be issued.
  3. For students seeking a refund of tuition: Refunds are based on amount of tuition paid, fees not included in tuition are non-refundable. Administrative fee of $200 will be deducted from refund amount. Students who received tuition credit should assume amount credited will be deducted from refund amount. All refunds will be made within 30 days of the receipt of written notice. Refunds will be calculated as follows: Orientation through Week 2 Day 2- 75% refund, Week 3 Day 1 through Week 4 Day 2- 50% refund, Week 5 Day 1 through Week 6 Day 2- 25%, No refunds after Week 6 Day 2. Students not eligible for refund will be offered the option to take a Leave of Absence (LOA) and return to complete the program within 6 months from withdrawal.
  4. Students who have acquired or been offered employment in the field upon enrollment are not eligible for tuition refund. Students who receive a refund will not be eligible to receive any certificates as all courses in the program must be completed to receive certificate of completion. Students who receive a refund are not eligible for any future institutional scholarships.