Tuition fees: Tuition covers class fees and all necessary materials. Tuition must be paid in full 7 Days prior to the start of any class.
Deposits: Partial deposits will be honored for 3 Months from the date the deposit was made. During the 3 Month Period deposits may only be transferred to another student or another class provided the student has not attended any class sessions and provided that RSVP School is notified in writing as to the student’s intentions.
RSVP School has the sole right and discretion to approve or disapprove of any deposit transfer.
Buddy Program: A 10% buddy program discount will apply to your tuition if you register a friend at the same time for the same pre-license class. A 10% refund of your tuition will be refunded after the first day of completion of the class. Both students must be pre-registered and tuition must be paid in full prior to the start of class. No retroactive discounts will be given.
Materials: Students are given only one set of materials. Materials change periodically. Replacement materials are the student’s responsibility.
Classroom Pre-License and Post License class Refunds: Any request for a refund must be received no later than 7 days before the scheduled class start date. (less a $50.00 processing fee). All cancellations made less than 7 days prior to class start date will not be given a refund, however students will be given a school credit for their amount paid for a period of 6 months to be applied to any future classroom course. Students who do not show up a scheduled class without prior notice (NO SHOW) relinquish their right to any part of a refund or credit.
Online Course Refunds: For any online course once a student purchases a course there are no refunds or credits. The student will have 1 year to complete the course from the date of purchase, or until you pass the final exam. No extensions are given for course completion!
NSF Check Charges: A NSF fee of $50.00 shall be charged for all returned checks.
Repeats/Retakes: FREC rules dictate that students who fail a class exam must wait at least 30 days before retaking the exam. If a student wants to test prior to the 30 days, he or she must repeat the entire course (and repay) before being eligible to retest. If a student fails the retake exam within 1 year from original test date, he or she must repeat the entire course (and repay) before being eligible to retest. Retake students will have priority over review students if classes are full.
Review Students: Review students are students who have passed the end of course exam, but wish to further review prior to the state exam. Two rules apply for review students. 1) Review students are asked to register with the office. 2) All reviews are on a space available basis.
Laptop computers: Laptops are permitted in class provided they are being used for note taking purposes and are not distracting to surrounding students. Students with laptops will be asked to sit in specific areas. Anyone found to be using a computer in any manner deemed inappropriate by the instructor will not be permitted to further use the computer in class.
Recording Devices: Recording devices (including tape recorders, digital recorders, cameras, camera phones, video recorders, etc.) are not permitted to be used in class.
Absences: Each state agency limits the amount of time students are allowed to miss. Instructors will explain this policy in class. Students missing in excess of the allowed time will be required to make up the time and material prior to testing, if time permits.
Smoking: Smoking is prohibited inside building and in classrooms. Students are permitted to smoke outside of the building, away from the building entrances.
Weapons: Weapons of any type (including guns and knives) are not permitted on RSVP School premises at any time. State law prohibits weapons in schools. Any student found to be violating this policy will be immediately ejected from class with no refund.
Holders of state issued concealed weapons permits are not exempt from this policy.
Off duty law enforcement officers are exempt from this policy, but must inform the school prior to class start date.