CHANGES TO EXTENSION/RE-ENROLLMENT POLICY
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2015
In an effort to deliver our courses in a consistent manner for all students regardless of how their tuition is paid, American Graduate University is updating school policy on extensions and re-enrollments. The new policy below will become effective on October 1, 2015 for all extension and re-enrollment requests regardless of when your course may have started.
Initial Term — Five months
First Extension -- 45 days (Complimentary): This extension must start the day after your initial term ends and must be requested by completing the Extension/Re-enrollment Request Form found at our website.
Second Extension -- 30 days ($100): This extension must start the day after your first extension ends and must be requested by completing the Extension/Re-enrollment Request Form found at our website.
Students may combine the full 75 extension days available at the end of their initial term upon request. The cost will be $100. No extensions beyond the first and second are available. After the second extension, a re-enrollment extension is required.
Re-enrollment Extension -- Five months ($325): Re-enrollment must be requested by completing the Extension/Re-enrollment Request Form found at our website.
Delays in Requesting Extensions/Re-enrollment: If a student delays requesting an extension, the number of days between the initial course completion date and the date of the extension request will be deducted from total days available for that extension.
Submission of Assignments: Students must submit work to the Coursewebs Online Learning Management System within ten days of their extension or re-enrollment. If work is not submitted within the first ten days, the student may lose access to the Coursewebs system; lose their extension or re-enrollment approval; be placed on academic probation; and/or be required to start the course over and pay the full course tuition. These actions will be taken at the discretion of the University.
About Tuition Assistance and Extensions/Re-enrollments: Any extension/re-enrollment granted by American Graduate University does not alter the student's tuition assistance agreement with, or financial responsibility to, their funding organization. Students are responsible for obtaining approval from their funding organization for any changes to their original tuition assistance agreement completion dates. Failure to secure this approval from their funding organization may result in the student having to repay the tuition assistance amount back to the funding organization.
Our refund policy remains the same. Please see the AGU Student Handbook or Course Catalog at our website for a full explanation.
If you have questions, please contact AGU Student Support Specialist Rachel Ruiz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-351-9060 ext. 1005.