Refund Policies

A course may be registered for online, by phone or in person. Registration for our semester-long courses typically closes two (2) business days prior to the start of a course. Once enrollment limits are reached, a wait list is started. All semester long courses must be paid in full five (5) business days prior to the start of the course. Any registration or application fees will be forfeited without full payment.

Note:
All American Heart Association, PHTLS, EMS Refresher, and other short length workshop type classes must be paid in full at time of registration.

Course Cancellation:

If American Professional Educational Services cancels a course, any student registered for that course has the option of transferring into another course during a different term or requesting a refund. Refunds are issued within 2-3 weeks of cancellation.

Course Withdrawal

Course Withdrawal for Full-Length EMS and Allied Health Courses (CNA, EKG, Phlebotomy)
Prior Notification Refundable Amount

  1. There will be No Refunds of tuition if you are dismissed from the program; do not meet the program requirements, or you drop out of the program without notice.
  2. Students who withdraw from a class up through the first day of class will receive a 100% refund minus a non-refundable seat deposit and the cost of books and supplies.
  3. Any student who withdraws from the program after the first two complete classes will receive a 50% refund if the student follows the current withdrawal policy.
  4. Any student who drops out after the third complete class will not receive any refund and will be responsible for the unpaid balance for the program.
  5. Any student who fails the program and is terminated is responsible for all unpaid balances for the program.
  6. Once a student receives their books they become the property of the student, and the school does not accept merchandise returns nor make refunds for books. If a student loses a book it is his or her responsibility to purchase a replacement book.
  7. Refunds are based on the last date of verifiable attendance and refunds will be issued within 30 days of notification of withdrawal.

Withdrawal Procedure

  1. A student wishing to withdraw from the program shall notify the Program Director of intent and provide reason(s) for withdrawal.
  2. Students of full-length occupational programs are asked to schedule an exit interview.

Course Withdrawal for Short-Length Classes ( AHA, PHTLS, Refreshers, etc.)
Prior Notification Refundable Amount

  1. There will be No Refunds of tuition if you are dismissed from the program; do not meet the program requirements, or you drop out of the program without notice.
  2. Students who withdraw from a class up to seven (7) days or more from the start of the class will receive a 100% refund.
  3. A student who withdraws from a class less than seven (7) days from the start of the class will not receive a refund.
  4. Any student who fails the program and is terminated is responsible for all unpaid balances for the program.
  5. Once a student receives their books they become the property of the student, and the school does not accept merchandise returns nor make refunds for books. If a student loses a book it is his or her responsibility to purchase a replacement book.
  6. Refunds are based on the last date of verifiable withdrawal and refunds will be issued within 30 days of notification of withdrawal.

Please Note:
If you register for a course, you are responsible for payment whether or not you attend. Do not assume you will be withdrawn from a course if you do not pay. Refund appeals will only be considered for the following extraordinary circumstances:

  • Illness documented by a physician’s certificate
  • Administrative error by the school
  • Military transfer documented by a copy of transfer orders

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Refund Policy. VA educational benefits qualifying students under the VA will be afforded reimbursement directly from the VA under the current policies and guidelines set forth by the VA. Upon a change in enrollment status, the school certifying official will notify the VA in writing. The VA will then make a determination of tuition paid to be reimbursed to the student or money to be paid back to the VA for failure to complete the program of study. If the VA has partially paid the school or the student directly for the tuition, it is still the responsibility of the student to satisfy any remaining balance of tuition not covered through VA educational benefits. Credit Transfer Policy American Professional Educational Services does not accept transfer credits for any of its training programs.

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