The following policies pertain to Executive Summer Courses.
Payment of Fees
Executive Summer Course fees must be paid in full no later than two weeks prior to the start of the course, pending availability. Failure to submit payment will result in cancellation of your registration.
Note: Fees paid for Executive Summer Courses are never transferable to degree program fees.
We accept credit cards (VISA, MasterCard and American Express), wire transfers, or a cashier’s check or money order drawn from a U.S. bank.
Cancellations and Refunds
Executive Summer Course participants may cancel their enrollment in any course that was previously paid for pursuant to the following requirements:
- All cancellation requests must be received in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If cancellation request is received 30 or more days before the first day of the course(s), the participant may receive a full refund, minus a $500 cancellation fee per course.
- If cancellation request is received 30 or fewer days before the first day of the course(s), the participant may receive a 50% refund, minus a $500 cancellation fee per course, or may transfer the fees paid to another Executive Summer Course(s) occurring within the same summer term, with the same total units (see Transfers section below), space permitting.
- Participants who cancel on or after the first day of the quarter in which the course begins will not receive any refund or fee transfer.
- In the case of a no-show or partial participation, no refund will be granted.
Executive Summer Course participants may change their course enrollment between courses of the same unit total that occur in the same summer term up to the day prior to the first day of the first course, space permitting in the course(s) in which they are transferring. Participants who wish to change their course enrollment should notify email@example.com.
Berkeley Law Executive Education may make exceptions to the refund deadline based on medical issues, death in the family, call to military service, or other extenuating circumstances. Proof will be required to consider any exceptions to the refund deadline. The decision on any request for exception is final, and Berkeley Law Executive Education reserves the right to approve or deny requests for exceptions to our cancellation and transfer policies. Requests for exceptions should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any refunds granted as an exception to the above policies will be subject to a $100 cancellation fee.
Financial aid is not available for Berkeley Law Executive Education Summer Courses. However, if you are interested in financing these courses, Sallie Mae provides competitive education loan programs for credit qualified borrowers. For more information and to apply, visit the Sallie Mae website.
Participant Behavior Policy
Berkeley Law Executive Education reserves the right to remove any participant from an Executive Summer Course who is deemed to be disruptive by the instructor and/or does not conduct themself in a manner consistent with the University’s function as an educational institution. See the UC Berkeley Campus Policies below for more information.
If Berkeley Law removes a participant from any course(s), they will not be eligible for a tuition refund. Moreover, individuals removed from a course are not eligible for a Certificate of Completion, nor will the class(es) they are removed from count towards a Berkeley Law Executive Education Subject Area Certificate. Finally, individuals removed from any course(s) will not earn MCLE credit for the course(s).
UC Berkeley Campus Policies
Although Executive Education participants are not officially enrolled in the University, they are participating in courses at the University and we expect them to assume an obligation to conduct themself in a manner consistent with the University’s function as an educational institution:
- Center for Student Conduct
- UC Berkeley Academic Policies
- Berkeley Law Academic Rules
- UC Berkeley Office for the Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination Policies
In compliance with the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (Public Law 93-112) and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-336), University of California policy prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of disability in its programs, services, and activities.
We follow the privacy policies of UC Berkeley School of Law.