Students must be 18 years of age to enroll in IU Northwest's on-campus Adult Education courses. All registrations must be made online through this site, and all course fees must be paid in full prior to the first class. Please click on the red box above that states: "Internet registration form."
It is preferrable for students to use a credit or debit card when registering online. Fees may also be paid via money order, cashier's check, or personal check (in certain cases) to a lock box, and the address of the lock box will be provided during the registration process. All fields on the registration form must be completed in full. If you do not have three phone numbers, please use the same number. Be sure to include your date of birth on the form.
Checks: Please note that payment by any type of check must be sent to a lockbox at least fourteen (14) days before the class begins. This allows time for mail delivery and to be counted in the minimum enrollment count for the class. If you miss the target date, please call the Center for Urban and Regional Excellence at (219) 980-6964.
After you enroll online, you will be issued an immediate receipt so be prepared to print it. If you enrolled with a credit card, your name will be placed on the class list immediately. If you are sending a check, make two copies of your receipt. Send one copy with your check to the address which will be provided on the receipt. Keep the other copy for your records. When the check is received at the lock box, your name will be placed on the class list.
All cancellations must be submitted in writing to [[cschrenk]] at least 48 business hours prior to the start of the first class to be eligible for a refund. No refunds will be issued after that date. There will be a $15 processing fee plus 3% of the registration fee assessed for all student requested refunds. Enrollments which are paid by check will be refunded in the form of a check and may take up to 30 days. Credit and debit card charges will be reversed on the card used in the transaction.
IU Northwest reserves the right to cancel a course due to low enrollment or other reasons. Refund fees will not be assessed if the class is canceled by IU Northwest. IU Northwest is not liable for any services or products the student contracts with the instructor.
All registrations must be made online. Please access and complete the online registration form by clicking on the red "Internet registration form" box at the top of this page. Please note that the Center for Urban and Regional Excellence (CURE) cannot accept registrations or payments in the office or in the classroom. All enrollments must be done online with either a credit card or by sending a check to a lock box. No payments of any form will be processed on the IU Northwest campus. Please click on the above link for the internet registration form. Enrollments submitted as check payments must be mailed at least fourteen (14) days before the class start date. If you miss the date or have any questions, please call (219) 980-6964.
The following sequence of steps should be pursued by any student when registering a complaint about a course or instructor in the Adult Education non-credit program. This primary recourse is available to all students. At the end of each course, students are provided an opportunity to evaluate their classes and instructors. Students should use this opportunity to express their opinions.
If the nature of the complaint is sufficiently complex and significant, students may express their concerns in a stepwise progression. That is, all students must complete step one before completing step two and so on.
Step 1: All students should discuss their concerns with their course instructor first. This step may be in person or in writing.
Step 2: If the student is not satisfied with the outcome of the consultation with the course instructor, the next step is to formally submit a letter or email to the Assistant Director of Community Education in the Center for Urban and Regional Excellence. This must be in writing and should include documentation. The Assistant Director should gather information from both the student and the instructor and reach a decision as to the merits of the complaint.
Step 3: If the student is not satisfied with the outcome of the consultation with the Assistant Director of Community Education, the next step is to submit the formal complaint to the Director of the Center for Urban and Regional Excellence. This appeal must be in writing. It must include a written narrative of the case from the student, it must include documentation and it must be signed. The Director will gather information from the instructor and/or Assistant Director of Community Education and will reach a decision as to the merits of the complaint.
Step 4: If the student is not satisfied with the outcome of the consultation with the Director, the last step is an appeal to the Office of Academic Affairs. This appeal must be a written narrative of the case from the student, must include documentation and must be signed. This narrative and documentation should be sent to the Office of Academic Affairs, John W. Anderson Library Conference Center (ALCC) 107.