Student Enrollment Policy and Procedure

NOTE: Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts shall heretofore be written as VADA for the purposes of this policy.

POLICY

A prospective student who meets the minimum admission requirements as well as the program-specific requirements, will be registered class is not exceeded.

PROCEDURE

VADA’s Procedure for enrolling a student in a Part-Time Program is as follows:

  1. The registrar will record the student’s personal contact information including address, phone number, e-mail address, and emergency contact information on the Part-Time Program Enrollment Contract.
  2. The registrar will ensure that the student reads, signs, and dates both the enrollment contract and the refund policy. If the student is not 19 yrs. of age or older, the contract must be co-signed by a parent or guardian.
  3. The registrar must receive payment in full for the program, before the program start date.
  4. A copy of the signed enrollment contract and refund policy is made for the student and a receipt of payment is written and given to the student for their records.
  5. On the first day of class, the instructor will review the Professionalism Standards with the class and collect a signed and dated copy for each student.

VADA’s procedure for enrolling a student in the Full-Time Program is as follows:

  1. The registrar will record the student’s personal contact information including address, phone number, e-mail address, and emergency contact information on the Full-Time Program Enrollment Contract.
  2. The registrar will ensure that the student reads, signs, and dates both the enrollment contract and the refund policy. If the student is 18 yrs., the contract must be co-signed by a parent or guardian.
  3. The registrar must receive payment in full for the program, before the program start date. Tuition is due in three installments: the application fee, the tuition deposit upon acceptance, and the remaining balance due the first day of class.
  4. A copy of the signed enrollment contract and refund policy is made for the student and a receipt of payment is written and given to the student for their records as each tuition installment is made.
  5. During orientation on the first day of class, the Senior Educational Advisor will review the Professionalism Standards, the Student Dismissal Policy and Dispute Policy and Procedures with each student and collect a signed and dated copy for each student.


~ This policy was first proclaimed on March 22, 2006 and revised on April 24, 2006
~ This policy was revised on Monday September 27th, 2010