Dunlap-Stone University Enrollment Agreement
19820 N 7th Street, Ste 100, Phoenix AZ 85024
www.dunlap-stone.edu
602-648-5750
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Undergraduate 4 Credit Hour Course Enrollment (9 Week Course)
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Dunlap-Stone University favors the student in its cancellation and refund policy. A student may terminate enrollment at any time and in any manner (preferably in writing) by contacting:

Dunlap-Stone University, 19820 N 7th Street, St 100, Phoenix AZ 85024
Website: www.dunlap-stone.edu Email: info@dunlap-stone.edu Telephone: 602-648-5750 Fax: 602-648-5755

If DSU is notified of the cancellation within five (5) calendar days of the day on which the enrollment agreement was accepted, the applicant requesting cancellation will be given a refund of all money paid to Dunlap-Stone University. Students notifying the university will be supplied with the DSU course withdrawal form to complete the cancellation process. A refund will be paid within 30 days of the notification.

A student who cancels/withdrawals within five days of enrolling, but before the start of class, will receive a refund of all money paid to the institution. Beginning five days after registration, but before the start of class, a non-refundable 20% administrative fee will be assessed on all cancellations, not to exceed $200 per program. Once a class has started, the date of receipt of the cancellation request is the date used to determine the refundable tuition amount percentage. Refundable tuition is the total course tuition MINUS the administrative fee.

If the student enrolls in two or more courses at one time, each course must be treated separately for the purposes of calculating any refundable tuition to the student. For example, a student enrolls in three distinct three-credit courses, but completes only part of one course, the student is entitled to a full refund on the remaining two courses that had not yet begun. Students in special offerings may have alternate refund policies. The table below sets out the percentage of tuition that will be refunded to students who complete only part of a course.

4 Credit Hour, 9 Week Course Refund Schedule Tuition Due*
After Week 1 80%
After Week 2 60%
After Week 3 40%
After Week 4 20%
After Week 5 0%

*Refundable Tuition Due: Refundable tuition is the total course tuition minus the registration fee** multiplied by the refund percentage. **The registration fee is 20% of the course tuition, or $200, whichever is less (not to exceed $200 per degree program).

Sample Calculation: A student who withdraws after week 2: $1520 less $200 = $1320 x .60 = $792 refunded

Term of Agreement
The term of this agreement is from the date of this enrollment agreement to the end of the nine (9) week course in which the student is enrolled, not to exceed one year.
Honor Code
Students are required to abide by the honor code and affirm that they will not lie, cheat or steal. They will abide by the plagiarism policies outlined in the catalog. They affirm that all work submitted is original and completed by the person enrolled in the course in alignment with the identity verification policies outlined in the catalog.
Holder in Due Course Statement
Any holder of this consumer credit contract is subject to all claims and defenses, which the debtor could assert against the seller of goods or services obtained pursuant hereto or with the proceeds hereof. Recovery hereunder by the debtor shall not exceed amounts paid by the debtor. (FTC Rule effective 5-14-76.)
Federal Trade Commission Cancellation Notice
The applicant may cancel this contract and receive a full refund of all monies paid to date if cancellation is made in any manner (preferably writing) to the college and mailed/delivered to the institution at the address stated herein within 5 calendar days after the date of signature.
Transfer of Credit
The acceptance of transfer credits between institutions lies within the discretion of the receiving college or university. Credits earned at Dunlap-Stone University may or may not be accepted by another institution depending upon its own programs, policies, and regulations. Any student relying on DSU credit for transfer to or enrollment in another institution is urged to check with that institution prior to enrollment at DSU.
Job Placement Disclaimer
Dunlap-Stone University does not guarantee job placement, advancement, or continued employment upon program/course completion or upon graduation. The university does not provide any occupational assistance.
Grievance Procedure
If a student feels that they have been treated unfairly or unjustly by an employee or instructor with regard to an academic process such as grading, testing, or assignments, the student must submit a Grade Grievance Packet to the Chief Academic Officer (CAO). The CAO and the grievance committee are the final authority on all academic matters. If a student has a grievance on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, marital status, national origin, physical disability, veteran’s status, any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local laws or any other matter, the student should contact the CAO. The student’s grievance will be assessed within 30 days. If the complaint cannot be resolved after exhausting the university’s grievance procedure, the student may file a complaint with the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education. The student must contact the State Board for further details. The State Board address is: 1740 W. Adams, Ste. 3008
Phoenix, AZ 85007 Phone: 602.542.5709 Website: www.azppse.gov. Students may also file a grievance or complaint with the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) through their Online Complaint System. The Online Complaint System enables individuals to file a complaint directly from the DEAC website: www.deac.org/Student-Center/Complaint-Process.aspx. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission address is: 1101 17th Street, N.W., Suite 808, Washington, D.C. 20036, Phone: 202.234.5100 Website: www.deac.org.
Contract Acceptance
My signature or typed named below signifies that I have read and understand all aspects of this agreement, that this agreement is based on the current (2018) catalog, that I have received a copy of the current catalog, and recognize my legal responsibilities in regard to this contract. By electronically typing my name in this document it is considered to be the same legally-binding effect as signing my signature with pen and paper.
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Signed: Caulyne N Barron, EdD, Chief Academic Officer
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