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Fees & Deadlines


Enrollment is limited. For September admission, students are encouraged to apply well in advance. Applications received after the deadline are accepted only if space is available. Contact the office for current application deadline.
 
Administration and Other Fees:
Non-refundable application fee of $50.
Examination or assignment rewrite fee of $50.
Homeopathic Medical Council of Canada (HMCC) membership fee of $50 per annum.
Returned cheque fee of $20.
Graduation fee of $35.

Transcripts and Diplomas will not be issued until all financial and academic obligations have been met.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy:
Failure to attend classes does not constitute withdrawal. Students must submit a written request to withdraw to the Dean. Before any refund is authorized, students must pay outstanding fees and return their student cards. Tuition fees will be refunded as follows:

100% refund up to one week after the student is registered, without the $500 deposit.
75% refund up to 4 weeks after the student is registered, without the $500 deposit.
50% refund up to 6 weeks after the student is registered, without the $500 deposit.
Withdrawal after 6 weeks after the student is registered involves no tuition refund.

Note: The student is considered 'registered' when he/she makes his/her first tuition payment

The processing and delivery of refund cheques could take up to six weeks.

All academic policies, rules and regulations are outlined in detail in the HCC Student Handbook, distributed to students in the beginning of the first school term. Any policy, procedure or regulation defined in the Student Handbook has precedent over that which is defined here, or on other parts of the web site or in any other printed literature.





























 











 

 

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