Top Menu

Enrollment Contract

Approved and regulated by the Colorado State Board of Higher Education Division of Private Occupational Schools

School of Natural Medicine USA

Enrollment Contracts are the way the Colorado State Board of Higher Education Division of Private Occupational Schools protect students. School of Natural Medicine International honors and works by their Rules & Regulations.

ENROLLMENT CONTRACT OF TUITION PROGRAMS & COURSES  FOR PUREHEALTH SCHOOL OF NATURAL MEDICINE (USA)

School of Natural Medicine International, 1307 Riverside Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80304 Telephone: (720) 746 9961

Website Address: www.purehealth.com

“Approved and Regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School Board.”

Student’s Name________________________________________Date _________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________________________

Social Security Number ___ -____-____   Home Ph_______________________________ Bus. Ph________________________________ Cell Ph ________________________________

Email: ________________________________ Web: _________________________________

Module Start Date __________________________________Total Days: ______ Hours: _____ Type of Instruction: Classroom………………..Tuition

Deposit $150.00………………………per module. Enrollment and commitment for each module is made with a $150 non-refundable deposit per module. Balance of tuition for each module is paid on the first day of each class module unless personal arrangements are made well in advance of the class and approved by the Director and student. Total Cost of Each 5 day Training Module is $1000 tuition including general lab fee of $100 per module, and $100 or $200 extra lab fees for herbal medicine or healing diets classes. The school advises all students that certification modules are recommended to have a completion date for graduation in one calendar year, and diploma programs an estimated completion date of two to three years. Books/Supplies/Equipment, Courses, DVD’s, Self-healing consultation or supplies, and any Study Materials or other Lab Fees, purchased before, during or after enrollment are not refundable. Separate Self Healing Consultation, Self Healing Module and SH materials fees are non refundable. Student agrees to abide by refund policies for tuition only as listed below. ………………………..Student Initial Program or Stand Alone Module costs are revised yearly or by agreement with full disclosure to students.

STUDENT NAME: __________________________________________ initialed by student__________

There is no Schedule of Payments. A student pays the balance of tuition on the first day of any module except by personal approval. There are no interest charges for the payment pay-as-you-go payment plan. By signing below, the student agrees to pay School of Natural Medicine International (SNMI) the total stated tuition & fees in a pay-as-you-go format, paying a tuition deposit with payment of balance at each attendance date. SNMI agrees to provide the occupational training in accordance with the provisions of the on-line and printed out application form catalog on the date of enrollment. Payment of monies due at each attendance shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all attendance, academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations to the school have been met, the school will award the Diploma or Certificate to the student. The student and school understand that this Enrollment Agreement, WHICH INCLUDES THE REFUND POLICY, may not be amended except in writing and signed by both parties. Postponement of starting date, whether at the request of the school or the student, requires a written agreement signed by the student and the school Director. The agreement must set forth: a) Whether postponement is for the convenience of school or student, b) Deadline new start-date, beyond which start date cannot be postponed. If the course is not commenced, or the student fails to attend by the new start date set forth in the agreement, the student will be entitled to an appropriate refund of any prepaid tuition and fees (except for deposit as stated further in this document) within 30 days of the deadline of the new start date set forth in the agreement, determined in accordance with the school’s refund policy and all applicable laws and rules concerning the Private Occupational Education Act of 1981.

REFUND POLICY: Students not accepted to SNMI are entitled to a refund of all moneys paid for advance tuition and deposit. Students who cancel this contract by notifying the school within three (3) business days after initial enrollment are entitled to a full refund of all tuition and deposit paid. Students who withdraw after three (3) business days, but before commencement of classes, are entitled to a full refund of all tuition paid except the maximum cancellation charge of $150 or 25% of the contract price which ever is less. If a student withdraws after commencement of classes, SNMI retains a cancellation charge of $150 plus a percentage of tuition, plus any lab fees, based on the percentage of contact hours, as described in the table below. Refund is based on last date of recorded attendance, whether full or partial attendance on that day.

Refund Table – Refund Student is entitled to upon withdrawal/termination Within first 10% of program 90% less cancellation charge After 10% but within first 25% of program 75% less cancellation charge After 25% but within first 50% of program 50% less cancellation charge After 50% but within first 75% of program 25% less cancellation charge After 75% (if paid in full, cancellation charge is not applicable)

1. The student may cancel this contract at any time prior to midnight of the third business day after signing this contract at initial enrollment.

2. All refunds will be made within 30 days from the date of termination. The official date of termination or withdrawal of a student shall be determined in the following manner: a. Date on which the school receives notice of the student’s intention to discontinue the training program; b. Date on which the student violates published school conduct policy, which provides for termination. c. If a student fail to return from an excused leave of absence, the effective date of termination for a student on an extended leave of absence or a leave of absence is the earlier date the school determines the student is not returning or the day following the expected return date.

3. The student will receive a full refund of tuition paid if the school discontinues a course/program within a period of time a student could have reasonably completed it, except that this provision shall not apply in the event the school ceases operation. After each class segment is completed this does not apply.

4. Complaints, which cannot be resolved by direct negotiation between the student and SNMI may be filed with the Division of Private Occupational Schools of the Colorado Department of Higher Education, 1560 Broadway, Suite 1600, Denver CO 80202 303 866-2723. There is a two-year limitation on the Division taking action on student complaints.

5. Previous training credit if agreed, does not impact refund policy.

6. Student has read and agrees to abide by the conduct policy and Private Occupational School regulations.

7. I HAVE RECEIVED A COPY OF THIS ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT AND HAVE EXAMINED AND PRINTED CURRENT ON LINE SNM SCHOOL CATALOGS & APPLICATION FORMS. I AM FULLY AWARE OF RULES & REGULATIONS AND MY RIGHTS AND SIGN THIS DOCUMENT WITH FULL AGREEMENT. FURTHER ATTENDANCE AT CLASSES ARE CONSIDERED AS A PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, & I WILL SIGN THE ADDENDUM AT EACH FUTURE CLASS.

Student Signature Date…………………………………..

School’s Licensed Agent Date……………………………………

SCHOOL OF NATURAL MEDICINE CONDUCT POLICY

The School of Natural Medicine’s approach is based on kindness, inclusiveness and personal connection. Positive interaction between the students, the school tutors and other students/graduates is of benefit to everyone and is a requirement. If a student has a concern regarding studies, classes, other students, or the teaching staff, they must direct those concerns to Farida Sharan directly, so that issues can be resolved peacefully and without having and unsettling affect on the group dynamic. Behavior that negatively impacts the group will be cause for a personal review and possible termination from the school. All communication regardless suggestions, complaints or cancellation of classes must be done by telephone or in person at the school. An initial contact can be made by email, but further communication regarding agreements and resolutions will be done in person.

The School of Natural Medicine is founded on quality personal evolutionary Self Healing training achievements of high levels of Social Intelligence. When each student enrolls, they agree to the following standards of conduct so that classes are conducted in respectful, safe, harmonious and supportive groups, with each participant contributing their full attention and agreement to responsible co-creation:

1. Deposits are made in a respectful timely manner for all classes with full commitment that shows respect and consideration for the teachers, the students and the school. If a student is unsure about attending, do notenroll until you are sure. Enrollment is commitment and deposits are not refundable. With emergencies, and respectful personal communication, the Director may choose to transfer deposits to a future class.

2. Cancellation of classes must be made in person, by telephone, no later than one week before classes begin, and only in emergency situations. Cancellations on the day or later than the week are not acceptable, and may be cause for suspension or dismissal. If the school cannot count on a student’s commitment, there can be no respectful relationship. A professional does not wake up one day and decide not to see their clients or teach a class because of a personal reason. Commitment is an essential to professional training and students agree to respect this at all times. Just as students need to trust teachers, the teachers need to trust the students.

3. All suggestions, complaints, difficulties, request, reactions and challenges must be in person, by telephone or visit with the Director or teacher. Other students come to classes to learn and experience their self healing process, not to process other students. Each student is responsible for mature, respectful conduct and communication based on the Social Intelligence model. If the school telephone hours 9am – 12 noon weekdays present a problem, arrangements can be made by email for the student to phone at another time.

4. All communications, attendances, payments and completed work is considered training for professional levels of behavior, respect and skill. It is through the courageous giving and receiving of honesty and respect that creates the supportive quality of our healing field and the loving care that flows through the classes.

5. Class starts at 3 pm Friday and 1 pm Saturday and Sunday, with some adjusted timings for Herbal Medicine, and all students are expected to arrive just prior to start time to complete enrollment and payments. Just as you would wish your students and clients in the future to respectfully plan ahead and arrive on time, the school conduct requires that each student arrive on time, in training for their professional life.

6. The School of Natural Medicine’s approach is based on kindness, inclusiveness and personal connection. Positive interaction between the students, the school tutors and other students/graduates is of benefit to everyone and is a requirement that each student consider this in all personal conversations. This is training for your future relationships with clients and students. The question to always ask is: Is this what I would want a client or student to act when I am a teacher or practitioner?

7. If a student has a concern regarding studies, classes, other students, or the teaching staff, they must direct those concerns directly to Farida Sharan or other teachers, so that issues can be resolved respectfully with kindness, attention and discussion without having an unsettling affect on the group. Complaining to other students causes negative energy to build in a group that affects other students who do not wish to participate in complaining and the teachers who are focused on presenting and will not be tolerated. Disturbing group harmony is cause for suspension or dismissal, pending review. An initial contact can be made by email, but it will not be answered in email, only with a personal conversation or visit.

8. The school is vegetarian and all food brought into the school for snacks, and lunches must NOT include any meat fish or eggs or anything that contains them.

9. Absolutely no mind-altering substances, whether alcohol, marijuana, or other drugs may be brought into the school, or imbibed before or after class, with full respect for the law. Any student in this school needs to be alert, mindful and completely present to make full use of all that is offered. Disrespect of this regulation is terms for suspension or dismissal.

Site by Luminous Moon Design