The Rockwell Institute is registered with the Department of Real Estate and will comply with the requirements and educational standards established by the State of California. In the event of any dispute concerning the terms of this agreement, in addition to any other legal remedies or relevant regulations, either party may seek the assistance of the state Attorney General's office. Prior to seeking such assistance, however, the parties shall attempt to exhaust all institutional grievance and appeals procedures.
The Rockwell Institute is registered with the State of California. Registration means we have met certain minimum standards imposed by the state for registered schools on the basis of our written application to the state. Registration does not mean we have met all of the more extensive standards required by the state for schools that are approved to operate or licensed or that the state has verified the information we submitted with our registration form.
The Rockwell Institute does not participate in the Student Tuition Recovery Fund.
Termination by Student - A student may terminate his/her enrollment and may be entitled to a refund, as explained below. Termination must be done in writing and delivered to the Rockwell Institute in person or by certified mail.
Termination by School - The Rockwell Institute reserves the right to terminate a student's enrollment for nonpayment or for conduct that is considered inappropriate.
Effective Date of Agreement - The effective date of this agreement is the registration date, which is the date the tuition is paid. Payment is considered made when a check or cash, for part or all of the tuition, is received by the Rockwell Institute, or when the student pays with a credit card, in person, by phone, or online.
Refund Policy - A student is entitled to a full tuition refund if ALL of the following conditions have been met:
- within 14 days of the student's registration date, Rockwell has received a written note canceling the student's registration and requesting a refund;
- the student has not logged on to the course; and
- the textbook (if any) has been returned to Rockwell in an unused condition.
The refund will not be paid until the written refund request and the returned textbook (if any) have been received by Rockwell. Course materials other than a textbook do not need to be returned.
Return shipping will be at the student's expense. The refund will be paid within 30 days of receipt of the written refund request and returned textbook (if any).
No refund request (partial or full) will be considered:
- after the student has logged onto the online course, or
- any later than 14 days after the student's registration date.
Here is an example of how the refund policy would apply: Student X registers for a class on April 4. She receives her course materials in the mail on April 8. On April 9, she changes her mind about taking the course and mails back the course materials and a written request for a refund. Rockwell receives the written request and materials on April 12. This is within the 14-day time period, and Student X is entitled to her refund.
Satisfactory Completion - A student has satisfactorily completed a course when he/she has attended for the necessary number of hours and, when required, passed an examination approved by the Department of Real Estate. A student must complete any course within six months of the effective date of this agreement as explained above.
Any questions or problems concerning this school that have not been satisfactorily answered or resolved by the school should be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education in the Department of Consumer Affairs, 400 R Street, Suite 5000, Sacramento, CA 95814-6200, (916) 445-3427.
This enrollment form is a legally binding instrument when accepted by the student and the Rockwell Institute.
13218 N.E. 20th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005