The Crucible has updated our withdrawal policies to help offset the costs of studio and administrative operations. These policies are put in place to ensure a class will not be canceled due to low enrollment for students who can attend and so that we can schedule our faculty and staff appropriately. Please read and understand these updated policies before registering for classes to avoid incurring additional fees. These changes are effective starting Tuesday, February 7, 2023. Registrations purchased before Tuesday, February 7, 2023 are subject to The Crucible’s past policy.
Please make sure to read the full description of a class before registering as many continuing courses have prerequisites. If a student registers for a class without meeting the prerequisites and is unable to provide proof of prior experience they will be required to withdraw and the mandatory withdrawal will be subject to all applicable fees. On rare occasions, students may skip prerequisites upon the Department Head’s preapproval of recent and relative experience. Please email [email protected] for more information before completing your registration.
In some cases, a student may be eligible for a refund less a non-refundable registration fee. Refund decisions will be based on the type of class and the date of request. All registrations are subject to applicable fees regardless of the payment method or purchaser.
To withdraw from a class, please email [email protected]. Upon receipt of a request, eligibility for a refund or transfer will be determined by the following criteria: