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Policies & Procedures
Continuing Education staff is available Monday-Thursday until 7:15 pm to discuss course selection and requirements, specific course sequencing or general academic questions. Call 215.965.4030 to schedule an appointment.
Registrations are accepted upon online publication of the catalog. There is no registration deadline, but students are encouraged to register at least one week before classes begins to secure a place.
Certificate Programs are open to anyone interested in pursuing a certificate for professional and personal growth. The only prerequisite is a high school diploma or its equivalent. A majority of our students have completed an undergraduate or graduate degree in an area entirely different from the Certificate Program in which they are enrolled. To become a Certificate candidate, download the Certificate Declaration Form and submit it to the Office of Continuing Education with a $25 nonrefundable application fee. Certificate Declarations are accepted throughout the year and you may begin a program in any quarter.
Students in credit courses earn undergraduate-level credit and must adhere to academic regulations concerning class attendance and completion of in-class and assigned work. Grades are mailed 4 weeks after the course ends.
All courses may be taken on a noncredit basis. Students who audit are expected to adhere to all academic regulations concerning class attendance and completion of in-class and assigned homework, but do not receive a grade or credit for the course.
Art & Design Studios
$565 2 Credits
$980 2 Credits
Digital Design Certificate students are entitled to a 100% tuition discount for their eighth course in the program. BFA graduates of Moore College of Art & Design are entitled to a 20% tuition discount. Senior Citizens 62 years of age or older are entitled to a 10% tuition discount with age verification. Discounts cannot be applied through online registration. Students requesting discounts must register by mail, phone, or fax.
Some courses require purchasing supplies and textbooks. Supply lists and textbook requirements will be discussed by instructors at the first class meeting.
Written notification of withdrawals from a course must be submitted to the Continuing Education Department. Please submit withdrawal notifications to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at 215.965.4047. Tuition refunds are calculated according to the following schedule:
100% refund less $25 before the 1st class meets
80% refund less $25 after the 1st class meets
50% refund less $25 after the 2nd class meets
No refund after the 3rd class begins
Refunds are by check and are mailed within 2-4 weeks of notification.
Moore College of Art & Design is proud to serve as an Act 48 approved provider. In compliance with the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), Moore will report successful completion of courses taken to satisfy Act 48 regulations. To request that your course completion be reported in compliance with Act 48, you must check off the Act 48 box on the registration form.
The College is dedicated to the creative, intellectual and personal enhancement of its students, and, as such, expects all members of the academic community to behave in a manner conducive to that end. In general, the behavioral norms expected are those of common decency and decorum, recognition of and non-infringement upon the rights and property of others and of the College, honesty in academic work and all other activities, and observance of local, state and federal laws. Students registering for a Continuing Education course are expected to follow the Moore College of Art & Design Student Code of Conduct. Copies can be obtained from the Continuing Education department. Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in disciplinary action.
Moore College of Art & Design reserves the right to withdraw courses, alter its curriculum, change instructors or modify tuition and fees for its programs. Portions of this publication are subject to change without notice. Courses that do not meet minimum enrollment will be cancelled. All attempts will be made to notify registered students of cancellations by telephone before the start of the course. All applicable course and registration fees will be refunded within 4 to 6 weeks.