2912 Executive Parkway #220
Lehi, UT 84043
New Charter University
50 West Broadway #300 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Benefits of Concurrent Enrollment
Bottega New CharterUniversity
|Accredited by Cognia (formerly AdvancED)||Accredited by DEAC (Distance Education
|College credit recommendation from ACE
(American Council on Education)
|Offers Certificate, Associate, Bachelor’s, and
|Over 3,000 students served since 2013||Direct Transfer of Full Stack Development
Certificate credit into degree programs
|University, Business & Industry Partnerships||University, Business & Industry Partnerships|
This document is a legally binding contract between the student and Bottega, LLC, and/or the student and New Charter University.
By signing this agreement, the student indicates the acceptance of all that is written herein and agrees that it will be legally binding to him/her. (If the student is under the age of 18, see the Parental/Guardian Addendum.) (Initial by student)
Admissions Requirements/Ability to Succeed Verification
Bottega, LLC and New Charter University admissions requires the student to submit a valid government identification and proof of high school completion or equivalent (official high school transcripts or GED record). International students must also present a valid TOEFL, or equivalent score.
Bottega/NCU reserves the right to refuse any student admission if the student lacks the foundation, he/she needs to succeed in the program. (Initial by student)
Language – I understand that both teaching platforms of Bottega and NCU are in the English language. (Initial bystudent)
Bottega is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission | Cognia (AdvancED) as a post-secondary non- degree granting school. Cognia (AdvancED) is a private accreditation body and not recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Additionally, Bottega received CREDIT recommendation recognition through the American Council on Education (ACE) to provide Computer Science credit and transcript service through ACE. www.acenet.edu
New Charter University is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Distance Education Accrediting Commission, 1101 17th St. NW, Suite 808, Washington, DC 20036 (202- 234-5100) www.deac.org
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Student’s Full Legal Name:
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Date of Birth:
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(If Bottega student continue, if New Charter University student skip to page 11.)
Bottega Programs and Information:
Full Stack Development Certificate Program
Full Stack Development – Python + React.js curriculum.The student will learn the foundation level of the main programming languages and completes industry equivalent entry- level software programming projects.
[ ] Full-Time Online • Tuition 12,000 USD
Estimated at 600 hours (12 weeks Full-Time) Course Code FSWD-PFT.
[ ] Part-Time Online • Tuition 7,500 USD
Estimated at 600 hours (10 months, 40 weeks Part-Time) Course Code FSWD-PPT.
Mobile Development with React NativeThe student will learn to build a functional mobile app from scratch that runs on Android and IOS. A mobile app that is dynamic, full of modern features, and connected to an API provided by Bottega.
[ ] No Prerequisites • Full-Time Online • Tuition 4,500 USD
Estimated at 220 hours (6* weeks Full-Time).
[ ] No Prerequisites • Part-Time Online • Tuition 3,500 USD
Estimated at 220 hours (15 *weeks Part-Time)
[ ] For Developers • Part-Time • Tuition 2,500 USD
Estimated at 160 hours (11* weeks Part-Time).
[ ] For React Developers • Part-Time • Tuition 1,500 USD
Estimated at 105 hours (7* weeks Part-Time)
* Part time schedule estimated time to completion based on a required minimum 15 hours per week for online study, test and quiz prep, time allotted to take tests and quizzes, course work, homework and time to build capstone. If a student dedicates more than 15 hours per week, completion time will be shorter.
*************************** PART-TIME ***************************
[ ] Front End Development – Vue.js + React.js • Tuition 7,500 USD
The Vue.js + React.js curriculum. The student will learn the foundation level of the main programming languages and completes industry equivalent entry-level software programming projects. Estimated at 600 hours (10 months, 40 weeks Part-Time)
***********************Taken at NCU******************************************
[ ] GED Prep Course Part-time Online. 6 weeks. Scholarship provided enrollment in FullStack Development Certificate. (Student responsible for GED exam fees.)
[ ] Coding Foundations • Full-Time. Tuition 500 USD
This tuition is included if the student chooses any of the programs listed above. The student will learn the basics of coding foundations. Estimated at 60 hours Course Code CS-100. (1semester credit)
Part time completion time is estimated at a minimum of 15 hours of study per week. All part time programs require a minimum commitment of 15 hours of study per week
Full Stack Program Delivery Format
|Full-Time Online||Part-Time Online|
|Days / Hours||9-5 M-F *||600 Hrs Total|
|Total Study||Hours||600 Hours|
|Tuition||12,000 USD||7,500 USD|
|Certificate||Full Stack Development Certificate||Full Stack Development Certificate|
|Attendance Required||95% recommended
|90% of scheduled mentor
|Job Placement Assistance||Yes||Yes|
*1Time zone wil lvary. For a full-time remote student, be aware that all classes are in the Mountain Time Zone.
2 Completion time is 10months.
3 Reschedule or cancel the weekly mentor meeting if an emergency arises.
Mobile Development Program Delivery Format
For React Developers
|Days / Hours||9-5 M-F *||220 Hrs Total||160 Hrs Total||105 Hrs Total|
|Weeks||6||15 *||11 *||7 *|
|Total Study||Hours||220 Hrs Total||160 Hrs Total||105 Hrs Total|
|Tuition||4,500 USD||3,500 USD||2,500 USD||1,500 USD|
|Certificate||Mobile Development Certificate||Mobile Development Certificate||Mobile Development Certificate||Mobile Development Certificate|
|Attendance Required||95% recommended
|90% of scheduled mentor meetings||90% of scheduled mentor meetings||90% of scheduled mentor meetings|
|Job Placement Assistance||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
*1Time zone will vary. For a full-time remote student, be aware that all classes are in the Mountain Time Zone.
*2 Completion time is 2 months.
*3 Reschedule or cancel the weekly mentor meeting if an emergency arises.
*4 Part time schedule estimated time to completion based on a required minimum 15 hours per week for online study, test and quiz prep, time allotted to take tests and quizzes, course work, homework and time to build capstone. If a student dedicates more than 15 hours per week, completion time will be shorter.
I understand I have selected the following delivery format:
[ ] No Prerequisites • Full-Time Online
[ ] No Prerequisites • Part-Time Online
[ ] For Developers • Part-Time
[ ] For React Developers • Part-Time
Initial by Student
Bottega Tuition Options
Students are encouraged to consult a financial advisor or secure their own financing to discover the best possible interest rate available based on individual credit. For questions, please contact Bottega at 801.980.3664 for assistance.
Bottega accepts checks, credit cards, debit cards, and third-party financing by arrangement with Skillsfund, MACU, Leif, and possibly other partners from time-to-time.
Statement of Intent to Finance (Student must pickone.)
[ ] I will pay the full tuition within 30 days (Full-Time Only).
[ ] I will pay monthly installments or 3 equal payments with full tuition paid by the end of program. (Part-Time Only for State of Utah Residents).
[ ] I plan to finance the education program.
For full-time students, the full tuition amount is due prior to starting the program unless further arrangements have been made between the student and Bottega.
*For part-time students, the full tuition amount is due by the end date of the program, paid in monthly installments (Utah state residents) or three (3)equal payments. (Initial by student)
Statement of Tuition
FINANCING AVENUE TUITION
APPLICATION FEE: $______________________
DOWN PAYMENT: $______________________
I understand the total due for this program. (Initial by student)
Time-Frame to Complete the Program
In order to receive a grade and have your certificate reflect full credit for a class, all course requirements must be completed within a certain time-frame. The student must start within 60- days of the pre-determined start date or this agreement is null and void.
PLANNED PROGRAM START DATE: __________________________
PLANNED PROGRAM END DATE: _______________________
I release Bottega from any liability relating to failure to complete the program in the time allotted per this agreement. (Initial by student)
Licensure and Accreditation
REGISTERED UNDER THE UTAH POST-SECONDARY PROPRIETARY SCHOOL ACT (Title
13, Chapter 34, Utah Code). Registration under the Utah Post-secondary Proprietary School Act does not mean that the State of Utah supervises, recommends, nor accredits the institution. It is the student’s responsibility to determine whether credits, degrees, or certificates from the institution will transfer to other institutions or meet employers’ training requirements. This may be done by calling the prospective school or employer.
Bottega maintains employment and graduation rates. Bottega has a surety bond with the Division of Consumer Protection.
Bottega is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission | Cognia (AdvancED) as a post-secondary non-degree granting school. Cognia (AdvancED) is a private accreditation body and not recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Additionally, Bottega received CREDIT recommendation recognition through the American Council on Education(ACE) to provide Computer Science credit and transcript service through ACE.www.acenet.edu
Obligations, Understanding, Responsibilities
Instruction and Evaluation
All faculty at Bottega are highly qualified with relevant credentials for the subjects they teach.
Bottega offers employment assistance in the form of job skills development: help with resumes, practice interviews, and curriculum that helps guide the student through the job search process. While assisting in the student with his/her job search, Bottega makes no guarantee, expressed or implied, offutureemployment. (initial by student) Employment guarantees are prohibited by law in most U.S. states.
Please see published dates in the school catalog and on the website.
the end of the last week based on program duration
Attendance and Grading System
- Completion of a full-time course will require at least 95% recommended attendance
- 80% minimum, a high quality of work throughout the course, completion of all projects and a grade of >70%.
- Graduates of a program will receive a Certificate of Completion in the chosen area of focus.
- Students will only receive an ACE Certificate for credit transferability by successfully passing midterm and final exams for courses identified for ACE Certification. (Initial bystudent)
Leave of Absence Policy
Students who are unable to continue classes for medical reasons or severe personal problems will be required to take a Leave of Absence until they are able to return to class. Due to the immersive nature of the full-time course, if student absence or tardiness exceeds 20%, he/she may be dismissed or required to participate in a future class, at Bottega’ssole discretion. (Initial bystudent)
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Students’ academic progress will be measured on a periodic basis. If a student is determined to be failing a full-time class, he will be placed on probation for two weeks. If the student is still failing at the end of the probation period, then the student will be dismissed from the program. An overall attendance rate of at least 95% is recommended, 80% minimum attendance rate allowed. If a student becomes ill, the student can attend live from home by making use of the remote attendance tools with special permission from the instructor. The student will be potentially dismissed from the program if absences or tardiness exceed 20%, pending the appeal process.(initial by student)
Improper conduct is defined as interfering with the teaching and learning occurring in the classroom or on the website in any way, such as by posting profane, demeaning, threatening, or inappropriate language; violating copyrights; impersonating others; revealing personal information; disrupting the school network; or importation of sexually explicit, drug-related, or other offensive materials into the course environment. Plagiarism, or the act of presenting other people’s ideas/writings without giving credit to these sources, is academically dishonest and can carry severe consequences, up to removal from class.
Complaint and Grievance Policy
Bottega identifies a complaint as an issue which can be and is resolved by the administration or staff of Bottega to the student’s satisfaction. A grievance is a more serious issue that necessitates the involvement of a third-party for resolution. Bottega encourages students to contact their Student Advisor as their primary support with any administrative and logistical
issues. The Student Advisor will assist the student through the process with the proper administrative or faculty team member.
A grievance may arise out of a decision reached or action taken by a member of the faculty, staff, or administration of Bottega. A basic grievance is one where Bottega has violated a published policy. It does not include grade appeals. The purpose of the Student Grievance Policy is to provide a process for an impartial review and to ensure the rights of students are properly recognized and protected. The first step to resolve a grievance is to ensure that all informal channels of resolution and the Student Complaint Policy have been exhausted. If the student believes that the resolution received was unsatisfactory, the student has a right to appeal. If the student is still not satisfied with the appeal results, the student may contact the agency below. Please note that this agency requires a complainant to work with the institution first to exhaust all avenues for resolution.
Utah State Agency: Utah Division of Consumer Protection 160 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Student’s Right to Cancel
You have a right to cancel this agreement.
- A three-business-day cooling-off period exists, commencing with the day the applicant signs the enrollment agreement or an initial deposit/payment toward tuition and fees of the program is made, and ending at midnight of the third business day following such date, or from the date that the student first visits the institution, whichever is later, during which time the contract may be rescinded and all monies paid refunded. Evidence of personal appearance at the institution or receipt of a written statement of withdrawal for delivery by mail or other means shall be deemed as meeting the terms of the cooling-off period.
- If you choose to cancel this agreement any time after the three- business-day cooling-off period, please consult the Refund Policy section for details on the percent of refund available. Agreements for enrolled students who do not complete any courses in which they are enrolled during their current term and which are not canceled by formal request to Bottega will be administratively withdrawn after the conclusion of the inactive term.
- Canceling of this enrollment agreement will automatically cancel any contractual agreement with Bottega and/or New CharterUniversity.
Students seeking to withdraw from their academic program may notify Bottega in any manner. A written request to withdraw is preferred.
Refunds, if applicable, will be made by the student accounts person within 30 days of the student’s withdrawal. The withdrawal becomes official when the student receives final written notification from Bottega.
For all other students, the table below lists the percentage of tuition that will be refunded to students who cancel their enrollment prior to the end of a term.
|Cancellation Date||Refunded % of
|Within 10% of time from start date to termination date measured in days.||100%|
|Within 20% of time from start date to termination date measured in days.||80%|
|Within 30% of time from start date to termination date measured in days.||70%|
|Within 40% of time from start date to termination date measured in days.||60%|
|Within 50% of time from start date to termination date measured in days.||50%|
|No refund after 50% of time from start date to termination date measured in days.|
Any student who withdraws from his/her course, has paid in full all applicable term and/or course-related fees, and is not eligible for a refund based on the chart above will maintain access to all course-related materials for the duration of his/her term.
Early Termination: A student terminated by Bottega for misconduct is only entitled to a prorated refund for the future portion of his program as of the notice of termination.
Materials: Before receiving any refunds, the student must first return any and all program materials and supplies received from Bottega. If not hand-delivered, materials must be sent to Bottega at the student’s expense, insured and tracked through the carrier. After returning any program materials to Bottega, the student must also destroy all copies of program materials the student may have, including all downloaded copies, backup copies, printed or written copies, and derivative works of any kind.
Once officially withdrawn, a student must re-enroll and will be subject to the terms and conditions of the new enrollment agreement, including any new tuition rate and all applicable fees.
As applicable, I agree to all terms of the refund policy. (initial by student)
(If Bottega student, skip to Acknowledgements section, page 21)
New Charter University Programs and Information
Program of Study
(For example: Full Stack Development Certificate; Mobile Development Certificate; Associate of Science in Communication; Bachelor of Arts in Communication; Bachelor of Science in Business – General, etc.; Master of Business Administration-Information Technology, etc.; Non-program seeking course-taker).
[ ] GED Prep Course Part-time Online. 6 weeks. Scholarship provided – No cost providingenrollment in Full Stack Development Certificate. (Student responsible for GED exam fees.)
[ ] Coding Foundations • Full-Time. Tuition 500 USD
This tuition is included if the student chooses any of the programs listed above. The studentwill learn the basics of coding foundations. Estimated at 60 hours Course Code CS-100. (1semester credit)
I understand I have selected the following format
New Charter University
[ ] Full-Time On-Line – Degree or Certificate Programs (12 or more credits)
[ ] Part-Time On-Line – Degree or Certificate Programs (9 – 11 credits)
[ ] Part-Time On-Line – Degree or Certificate Programs (below 9 credits) Initial by student
I understand that if I alter, withdraw, or cancel a course after enrollment, that it may delay, or accelerate, my planned graduation date. (Initial by student)
Tuition is $897 per term made in three installments of $299 per month for students enrolled in a degree program plus the $50 per term technology fee. Tuition for non-degree seeking students is $500 per course. The average complete program cost for a Bachelor’s degree would be
$14,352* plus any applicable fees. The average complete program cost for an Associate degree would be $7,176** plus any applicable fees.
*Average time to completion for an undergraduate student is calculated at 48 months or 4 years. It is expected the average student will complete 10 courses per year with 40 courses required to earn a Bachelor’s degree. This assumes no transfer credit was applied. Where transfer credit is accepted, the time to completion would be reduced by the amount of transfer credit, thus reducing the overall program cost.
**Average time to completion for an Associate’s degree is calculated at 24months or 2 years. It is expected the average student will complete 10 courses per year with 20 courses required earnanAssociatedegree.
This assumes no transfer credit was applied. Where transfer credit is accepted, the time to completion would be reduced by the amount of transfer credit ,thus reducing the overall program cost.
Graduate tuition is $1497 per term made in three installments of $499 per month for students enrolled in a degree program. Tuition for non-degree seeking students is $1000 per course. The average complete program cost for a Master’s degree would be $11,976* plus any applicable fees.
*Averagetimetocompletionforagraduatestudentiscalculatedat24monthsor2years.Itisexpectedthe average graduate student will complete 6 courses per year with 12 courses required to earn a Master’s degree. This assumes no transfer credit was applied. Where transfer credit is accepted, the time to completion would be reduced by the amount of transfer credit,thus reducing the overall program cost.
The student agrees to pay the total tuition and fees as follows:
|Transfer Credit Evaluation Fee (included in tuition if enrolled in university. Only official transcripts will be evaluated.
$50 non- refundable
|International Transcript Evaluation Fee (per transcript if not in English)
Only official transcripts will be evaluated.
|Per Course Fee – Individual Undergraduate (retake fee is the same cost) (NDS student)||$500|
|Per Course Fee – Individual Graduate (retake fee is the same cost) (NDS student)||$1000|
|Prior Learning Assessment||$300|
|International Graduation (Additional cost is for international postage.)||$100|
|Duplicate Diploma (Any additional shipping cost will be covered by the student.)||$50|
|Official Electronic Transcript (Shipping costs for physical transcript is incurred at the cost of
the student/entity requesting the transcript.)
|$15 per transcript (Parchment)|
|Returned Checks/Declined Credit Card Charge||$50|
|Late Monthly Payment Charges||$20|
Time-Frame to Complete the Program
In order to receive a grade and have your certificate/degree reflect full credit for a class, all course requirements must be completed within a certain time-frame. The student must start within 60-days of the predetermined start date or this agreement is null and void.
PLANNED PROGRAM START DATE:
PLANNED PROGRAM END DATE:
I release Bottega/NCU from any liability relating to failure to complete the program in the time allotted per this agreement. Initial by Student
Licensure and Accreditation
New Charter University is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Distance Education Accrediting Commission, 1101 17th St. NW, Suite 808, Washington, DC 20036 (202-234-5100) www.deac.org
Obligations, Understanding, Responsibilities
The education and services provided under this enrollment agreement are as follows: Education: New Charter University provides accredited degree and certificate programs to students. All program courses are hosted in an online learning management system (Canvas LMS). A traditional 4.0 grading scale is used, and a Grade Point Average is calculated. See the New Charter University catalog for details.
Services: New Charter University provides all students with Student Advising
services. Technical support is also available. New Charter University, upon request, may assist with guidance toward employability preparation.
Instruction and Evaluation: All faculty at New Charter University are highly qualified with relevant credentials and professional experience for the subjects they teach.
Records Management: Students’ records are kept in a secure Student Information System. Redundancies and long-term storage are in place to protect student records. Records are kept according to DEAC policy. Students can request copies of transcripts through our transcript service, Parchment, via their website:
There is a $15 fee for transcripts, plus a shipping fee if a student elects to receive/send a physical copy of the transcript rather than an electronic one.
Continuous Enrollment: After the first term, the student will be auto-enrolled in his/her future classes per the signed degree plan which includes number of courses per term unless approved for an official Leave of Absence. Failure to continue enrollment (including unapproved absences from class) could result in administrative withdrawal from the University. To continue in the program after this withdrawal, a student would be required to reapply for admission and would be subject to the requirements listed in the new enrollment agreement signed at the time of re- admittance and new program of study requirements, if any updates or changesexist.
(Initial by student)
Terms start on the first Monday of each month during the calendar year, unless a legal US holiday is on a Monday, then the term starts on Tuesday. Please review the catalog and the website for official calendar.
Termination dates for this enrollment agreement are 150% the amount of time typically allowed for a similar degree at other American universities where transfer credits are not under consideration. Certificate programs terminate based on the 150% time for the total number of credits required to successfully complete the certificate as a part time student from the start date of the first term enrolled. Associate Degree agreements terminate 3 years from the start date of the first term enrolled in the degree program. (e.g. 1stterm start date 3/2/2018 must be completed by 3/2/2021.) Bachelor’s Degree Enrollment Agreements terminate 6 years from the start date of the first term enrolled in the degree program. (e.g. 1stterm start date 3/2/2020 must be completed by 3/2/2026.) Master’s Degree Enrollment Agreements terminate 3 years from the start date of the first term enrolled in the degree program. (e.g. MBA in Business 1stterm start date 3/2/2020 must be completed by 3/2/2023.) For students who do not complete their program by the termination date listed within this enrollment agreement or who stop attending for more than 90 days will be Administratively Withdrawn and the contract will be terminated. Upon return, the student will have a program review and will be required to sign a new enrollment agreement after re-applying forre-admission.
- Students are responsible for making consistent academic progress toward his/her educationalgoals.
- Students are expected to engage in the learning environment on a weekly basis. Students may choose to attend school on a full-time or part-timebasis.
- Consistent with practices of comparable U.S. universities, full-time status is 12 credits per term for undergraduate students. Part-time status is 11 credits per term, or less, for undergraduates. Individual variations may exist. Fordegree-
seeking students, NCU’s policy allows students to register for up to four
courses in a term. (Exceptions to the number of courses taken in the term are at the discretion of the Academic Dean, upon written request by the student to the Dean.)
- It is the student’s responsibility to follow the Student Code of Conduct and all other policies outlined in the School Catalog, which is provided to each student and also located on the NCU website atwww.new.edu. The policies in the School Catalog are subject to change, and it is the student’s responsibility to check the School Catalog periodically for changes inpolicy.
- New Charter University does not participate in Federal Title IV financial aidprograms.
- New Charter does participate in educational programs from the Veterans Administration.
Student’s Right to Cancel
You have a right to cancel this agreement. To cancel, contact the admissions representative, advisor, or the Registrar by email, telephone, or mail. If the student does not know the contact information for any of these individuals, the request may be submitted by emailing email@example.com. Requests placed in writing are preferred. If the student chooses to cancel this agreement within 7 calendar days of signing, he/she is entitled to a full refund of tuition paid, including any registration or transcript evaluation fees. Please consult the Refund Policy section for details on the percent of refund available for any withdrawal.
Agreements for enrolled students who do not complete any courses in which they are enrolled during their current term and which are not canceled by formal request to the university will be administratively withdrawn after the conclusion of the inactive term.
Undergraduate: Per term, students are charged $897 for tuition plus a $50, non-refundable technology fee. Students seeking to cancel their enrollment will be eligible for a percentage of tuition refund for the term corresponding with the week of withdrawal. Students seeking to withdraw may notify the university, in any manner, however a written request to withdraw is preferred. Students may also contact the Office of the Registrar at (801) 883 – 8336.
Graduate: Per term, students are charged $1497 for tuition plus a $50, non-refundable technology fee. Students seeking to cancel their enrollment will be eligible for a percentage of tuition refund for the term corresponding with the week of withdrawal.
Refunds, if applicable, will be made by the Operations Director within 30 days of the student’s withdrawal. The withdrawal becomes official when the student receives final written notification and a final statement from the University. Before the university will release any transcripts, any balance due must be paid in full by the student. If the student has any questions about the status of his/her refund or about the statement balance, please contact the Operations Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all other students, the table below lists the percentage of tuition that will be refunded to students who cancel their enrollment prior to the end of a term.
Table 1 – Refund Percentage Schedule
|Cancellation Date||Refunded % of
|No refund after week 5|
Sample Refund Calculation
New Charter University assesses tuition as a per term charge plus a per term $50 non- refundable technology fee. Students seeking to cancel their enrollment for the term will be eligible for a percentage of tuition refund of the term corresponding with the week of withdrawal.
MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
The following tables pertain to the sample refund calculation. Table 2 denotes the institutional charges. Table 3 is a sample refund calculation
|Table 2 – Institutional Charges
NCU Institutional Charge Undergraduate Tuition
NCU Institutional Charge
Table 3 – Refund Calculation
Student requests to drop course AFTER the second week, in Week 3.
|Undergraduate Student Statement:
|Tuition Charge Term A||897.00|
|Technology Fee Term A*||50.00|
|Withdrawal Week 3 (30% earned)||-627.90|
|Balance Due to NCU||$20.10|
|Tuition Charge Term A||1497.00|
|Technology Fee Term A*||50.00|
|Withdrawal Week 3 (30% earned)||–1047.90|
|Balance Due to NCU||$0.10|
*Technologyfeesareassessedtothestudent’saccountuponenrollmenteachnewterm.Thisfeecovers access to the ProQuest Library, Originality Verification Tools, Proctoring Services, and other learning resources. This fee isNON-REFUNDABLE.
SINGLE COURSE FEE NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS – GRADUATE
Student requests to drop a course AFTER the second week (i.e. in Week 3 of enrollment):
|Tuition Charge Term A||1000.00|
|Technology Fee Term A*||50.00|
|Withdrawal Week 3 (30% earned)(1000×70%)||-700.00|
|Balance Due to Student||$650.00|
*Technology fees are assessed to the student’s account upon enrollment each term.This Freecovers access to the ProQuest Library, Originality Verification Tools, Proctoring Services, and other learning resources. This fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.
The Operations Director issues the refund payment within 30 days of the request for the Withdrawal. Once officially withdrawn, a student must re-enroll and will be subject to the terms and conditions of the new enrollment agreement, including any new tuition rate and all applicable fees.
Initial here to acknowledge and accept the terms of NCU’s refund policy.
California: The State of California established the Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) to relieve or mitigate economic loss suffered by a student in an educational program at a qualifying institution, who is or was California resident while enrolled, or was enrolled in a residency program,if the student enrolled in the institution, prepaid tuition, and suffered an economic loss. Unless relieved of the obligation to do so, you must pay the state-imposed assessment for the STRF, or it must be paid on your behalf, if you are a student in an educational program, who is a California resident, or are enrolled in a residency program, and prepay all or part of your tuition. You arenoteligibleforprotectionfromtheSTRFandyouarenotrequiredtopay the STRF assessment if you are not a California resident, or are not enrolled in a residency program. “It
Is important that you keep copies of your enrollment agreement, financial aid documents, receipts, or any other information that documents the amount paid to the school. ”Questions regarding the STRA may be directed to the Bureau for Private Post-secondary Education, 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833, (916) 431-6959 or (888)370-7589. To be eligible for STRF, you must be a California Resident Or enrolled in a residency program ,prepaid tuition, paid or deemed have paid-the STRF assessment, and suffered an economic loss as a result of any of the following:
- The institution, a location of the institution, or an educational program offered by the institution was closed or discontinued, and you did not choose to participate in a teach-out plan approved by the Bureau or did not complete a chosen teach-out plan approved by the Bureau.
- You were enrolled at an institution or a location of the institution within the 120-day period before the closure of the institution or location of the institution, or were enrolled in an educational program within the 120-day period before the program was discontinued.
- You were enrolled at an institution or a location of the institution more than 120 days before the closure of the institution or location of the institution, in an educational program offered by the institution as to which the Bureau determined there was a significant decline in the quality or value of the program more than 120 days before closure.
- The institution has been ordered to pay a refund by the Bureau but has failed to do so.
- The institution has failed to pay or reimburse loan proceeds under a federal student loan program as required by law, or has failed to pay or reimburse proceeds received by the institution in excess of tuition and other costs.
- You have been awarded restitution, a refund, or other monetary award by an arbitrator or court-based on a violation of this chapter by an institution or representative of an institution, but have been unable to collect the award from the institution.
- You sought legal counsel that resulted in the cancellation of one or more of your student loans and have an invoice for services rendered and evidence of the cancellation of the student loan or loans.
To qualify for STRF reimbursement, the application must be received within four (4) years from the date of the action or event that made the student eligible for recovery from STRF. A student whose loan is revived by a loan holder or debt collector after a period of non-collection may, at any time, file a written application for recovery from STRF for the debt that would have otherwise been eligible for recovery. If it has been more than four (4) years since the action or event that made the student eligible, the student must have filed a written application for recovery within the original four (4) year period, unless the period has been extended by another act or law. However, no claim can be paid to any student without a social security number or a taxpayer identification number.
Tuition and Fee payment must be in U.S. funds only. Students in non-United States countries will be responsible for payment of any applicable customs duties. If you are making monthly payments, your first monthly payment is due upon the start date of your term, and subsequent payments will be due on the first of every month thereafter. Your credit/debit card will be charged every month until your tuition is paid in full. You are responsible for updating account information should the card expire or close to avoid late or returned payment penalties. If there are insufficient funds in your account, New Charter University will resubmit your payment, and a collection fee of $50.00 for insufficient funds may be imposed. Late payments may incura
$20.00 per month late payment fee. Should accounts become delinquent, New Charter University may pursue collection procedures allowable under DEAC regulations and allowable by law. Students will not be eligible to enroll in their next term if the account is delinquent. New Charter University will not provide transcripts for students whose accounts are delinquent. If you fail to pass a course, you may retake it one time in a subsequent term. Term tuition rates still apply. Students can retake a course only once. To complete your degree program, you must earn a passing grade in all required courses.
The following conditions apply to individuals or entities paying tuition on behalf of a student: Fee payments must be in U.S. funds only. For students in non-United States countries, individuals or entities responsible for tuition, will also be accountable for payment of any
applicable customs duties. If there are insufficient funds in your account, New Charter University will resubmit your payment, and a collection fee of $50.00 for insufficient funds may be imposed. Late payments may incur a $20.00 per month late payment fee. Please be aware that should accounts become delinquent, New Charter University may pursue collection procedures allowable under DEAC regulation and allowable by law. Students will not be eligible to enroll in their next term if the account is delinquent. New Charter University will not provide transcripts for students whose accounts are delinquent.
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If you have been awarded a scholarship, the scholarship will reduce the total cost of tuition, per the terms of the scholarship.
Any questions a student may have regarding this enrollment agreement that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Utah Division of Consumer
Protection at 160 E. 300 S., Salt Lake City, UT 84111, http://consumerprotection.utah.gov/,toll- free telephone number (800) 721-7233 or by fax (801) 530-6001.
Students who have been awarded a scholarship will receive the reduced tuition amount as outlined in the scholarship offer. Students who fail to successfully pass any course must retake it at their own expense and this may impact their eligibility for continued payment of the scholarship.
Scholarship offered ____________________
Scholarship amount ____________________
Acknowledged by: ____________________
New Charter University does not offer any form of discounts to students.
Students who are part of organizations with whom New Charter University is affiliated may be eligible for specific tuition rates as specified in formal agreements between the two entities. Students who fail to successfully pass any course must retake it at their own expense at the normal retake cost.
Students are encouraged to stay in contact with the institution to remain current with their payments. A review of all student accounts is completed by the Operations Director every 30 days. Students are notified if their tuition account becomes past due. If a student’s account remains past due, multiple attempts will be made to notify the student of his/her outstanding balance, through email or phone contact.
Students are prevented from enrolling in additional terms if they have a past due balance on their tuition account. In the event a past due account remains outstanding for more than 7 days, the student will be notified that he/she is at risk for Financial Probation, if a payment is not made within 15 days. If the student fails to make a payment within the 15 days, the student will receive a notice that he/she has been placed on Financial Probation. This designation will be entered in the financial system and on the student’s record in the Student Information System. Once the student has been notified, he/she has been placed on Financial Probation, the student has an additional 15 days to make a payment or he/she will be administratively withdrawn from the University.
By registering for courses, the student agrees to pay for all charges incurred at New Charter University, including but not limited to all tuition and technology fees. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that his account is kept current and payments are made on time. Late payments will be assessed a $20 late fee, per the NCU catalog and the schedule of fees listed above.
New Charter University will make every effort to collect past due charges. Students who have a past due balance are prevented from enrolling in additional courses and/or terms, are subject to late fees, and will be placed on Financial Probation. Should the student fail to meet the terms of his/her Financial Probation he/she will be withdrawn from the University.
Should a student decide to re-enroll at the University, the student will be required to pay his/her prior outstanding balance in full before he/she is permitted to re-enroll and register for courses.
Failure to pay after reasonable attempts have been made may result in the account being sent to a collection agency. Students are responsible for all fees and other costs as associated with account collections. Upon the account being referred to a collection agency, the student agrees to pay:
- The account balance
- A collection fee (based on a percentage up to 30% of the total debt owed to NCU.)
- Any other costs and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, incurred in such collection efforts (Initial by Student)
In addition to checks and money orders, New Charter University also accepts Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, Discover®, Diners Club®, and JCB International Credit Card®. Students can choose to pay by mail, phone, or online.
- By Mail: Students can mail a check to New Charter University’s administrative office at the following address: New Charter University 50 W. Broadway, Ste. 300 Salt Lake City, UT84101
- By Phone: Credit card and debit card payments are accepted over the phone (by the Operations Director). Students should contact the University at (801) 883-8336 during normal business hours, and request to speak with the OperationsDirector.
- Online: Students can make online payments through their Diamond Student Information System account at any time by credit card or debit card. Students should log into their account, click “Make a Payment” on the left side menu and follow the payment prompts.
New Charter University Catalog
The New Charter University Catalog provides full detail of all of the university’s policies, educational offerings, and other required disclosures. Each student is required to read and acknowledge receipt of the catalog, which can be found on the New Charter University website. Initial here to acknowledge location of the New Charter University Catalog found at www.new.edu. (Initial by student)
- Do not sign this agreement before you have read it or if it contains any blankspaces.
- This agreement is a legally binding instrument. To be binding, all signatures of agreement must be attached and dated.
- The student is entitled to an exact copy of this agreement and any disclosure pages the student signs.
- Bottega and NCU reserve the right to terminate a student’s training for unsatisfactory progress, non-payment of tuition, or failure to abide by established standards of conduct.
- Under no circumstances shall Bottega or NCU be liable for any damages, including direct, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages, that result from this agreement, or your enrollment in its programs or from other Bottega or NCU services, even if both entities have been advised of the possibility of such damages. In no event shall Bottega’s or NCU’s total liability to the student for all damages, losses, and causes of action, whether in contract, tort or otherwise, exceed the amounts paid by the student to either entity.
- This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Utah. The parties agree that venue shall be in Utah courts for any disputes arising between the parties and both parties agree to the personal jurisdiction and venue of such courts and waive any right to assert otherwise. In any action between the parties, which arises out of or relates to this Agreement, the prevailing party, in addition to all other rights or remedies, shall be entitled to an award of its costs incurred in connection with the action, including reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.
- This Agreement may not be modified or amended except in writing signed by the parties hereto and specifically referring to this Agreement. If any provision of this Agreement is found to be void or unenforceable, such provision shall be modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid and enforceable; or, if it cannot be so modified, it shall be severed and the other provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.
(initial by student)
- I have carefully read and will download my own personal copy of this enrollment agreement after signing it.
- I understand the school may terminate my enrollment if I fail to comply with attendance, academic, and financial requirements or if I fail to abide by established standards of conduct. While enrolled in the school, I understand that I must maintain satisfactory academic progress as described in the school catalog and that my financial obligation to the school must be paid in full before a certificate or degree may be awarded.
- The application and enrollment agreement are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and may be relied upon by Bottega and/or NCU. I hereby authorize Bottega and/or NCU and its designated agents and representatives to conduct comprehensive reviews of my credit history, causing such consumer reports to be generated as Bottega and/or NCU deems necessary in connection with the review of the application and/or the collection of any credit extended in reliance on the application. I further authorize any person, consumer reporting agency, firm, corporation, or public agency to divulge to Bottega and/or NCU or its designated agents or representatives any and all information pertaining to me that it may have or obtain in response to such inquiries, whether verbal or written.
- By my initialing this statement and with my final signature at the end, I acknowledge that I grant my permission to Bottega and/or NCU to use my image (photograph and/or video) for use in media publications including: videos, email blasts, recruiting brochures, newsletters, magazines, general publications, and website and/or affiliates. I hereby waive any right to inspect or approve the finished photographs or electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the future, whether that use is known to me or unknown, and I waive any right to royalties or other compensation arising from or related to the use of the image. (initial by student)
- Finally, I hereby release Bottega and NCU and its officers, directors, shareholders, agents, and representatives from any and all liability for damages of any kind, which may result to me from the actions authorized by this release. A photocopy or facsimile of this form shall be treated as an original . (initial by student)
I understand I will be concurrently enrolled at Bottega, LLC and New Charter University and am subject to the terms of both institutions’ catalogs and policies as of the date of enrollment listed on this Agreement. As a Concurrent Enrollment, I will receive transcriptable New Charter University credit upon completion of any courses taken at New Charter University.
- I have the option of taking two courses (PF101 Academic Strategies and PF499 Career Strategies) at New Charter University at no cost during the Full Stack Development Program to assist me with employment preparation.
Accept__________ Decline__________ (*required)
- I will also have the opportunity to directly enroll in NCU courses and pursue a degree within 6 months after completion of the Full Stack Development Program without the need for a new enrollment agreement. The NCU application fee and transcript evaluation fee will be waived automatically.
- I understand that I will be taking the CS 100 Coding Foundations course through NCU before taking the Full Stack Development Certificate Program. The cost is $500 which will be credited to the amount of tuition owed for the Full Stack Development Certificate once the Coding Foundations course is successfully completed. (Initial by student)
I, the undersigned, have read, understand, and agree to abide by all the provisions set forth in the foregoing school enrollment agreement.
BOTTEGA/NEW CHARTER UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATIVES
Printed Name of AdmissionsRepresentative: __________________________________
Printed Name: Eric Wold, Co-Founder/CEO
Printed Name: Dr. Axely Congress, CAO, Bottega; President, New CharterUniversity