1. Students who wish to cancel their enrollment in a class must do so in writing. The written statement must include the date of withdrawal, the reason for withdrawal and signature.
2. Students withdrawing from the Level II program should schedule an appointment with a school administrator.
3. After the first class, a student will receive a full refund, excluding the $50 nonrefundable registration fee.
4. After two weeks or the second class, the school reserves the right to retain the full tuition. If the student is on the payment plan the remaining balance is still due to the school on the contracted days. This protects our school from students who lack a serious interest or commitment to our program.
As a school certified by the California Bureau for Private Post Secondary and Vocational Education, students may qualify for certain financial aid from outside agencies. Students are responsible for identifying and applying for any such aid not with COBHA, but with the qualifying agents. COBHA offers a payment arrangement which shall be approved by the administration at the time of the admission interview. COBHA also honors grants and scholarships that are awarded from outside sources. There are times when COBHA can offer partial scholarships to its students, but these circumstances are ever changing and are not guaranteed.
The Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) was established by the California Legislature to protect any California resident who attends a private post secondary institution from suffering financial loss as a result of the school closing, failing to live up to it’s enrollment agreement, or refusing to pay a court judgment. To qualify, a student must be a permanent resident and keep copies of the enrollment agreement, receipts, etc.