Customized Training Services

Policies


ADA

This document can be made available in alternative formats such as large print, Braille, or audiotape. For TTY communication, contact the Minnesota Relay Service at 800-627-3529 and ask them to place a call to the campus. Alternate forms of this document such as Braille, audio, and large type may also be obtained through student services. If you need an accommodation to enable you to fully participate in this activity, please contact the campus two weeks prior to the training for supplement services for persons with disabilities.

Minnesota West Community & Technical College is committed to assisting students with disabilities in achieving a successful college experience. Disabled students are encouraged to participate in all aspects of the college community, including social, recreational, and cultural events. Students with disabilities should contact the Campus Dean for assistance and referral.


Cancellation/Refund Policy
If you are unable to attend the class, cancellations must be made no later than 48 hours before the start of the class in order for a refund to be given or to apply your fee to a future class. Minnesota West Community & Technical College reserves the right to charge a fee for cancellations. If the class is cancelled or postponed due to insufficient enrollment or inclement weather, every attempt will be made to contact you by phone. Full refunds will be given for classes cancelled by Minnesota West Community & Technical College.

Equal Opportunity

Minnesota West Community & Technical College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.


Senior Citizens
Senior citizens taking course(s) through Minnesota West Community & Technical College Customized Training Services/Continuing Education will be charged according to Minnesota Statute 135A.52, which states: A senior citizen taking a closed enrollment contract training or professional continuing education courses must pay the regular tuition charge for the course and is not eligible for a free or reduced rate.


Sexual Harassment
Any student or staff member who believes he/she has been harassed should report the incident to Karen Miller, Minnesota West - Canby Campus, 1011 First St. West, Canby, MN 56220, or phone 507-223-7252.


Social Security Number

You are not legally required to provide the information the College is requesting and you may refuse to provide some or all of the information requested. However, the College may not be able to provide adequate services (create a transcript) if you do not provide sufficient information. Many colleges use social security numbers for student identification purposes on student records. Providing your social security number is voluntary. If you do not provide this number, your application will still be processed. This data is requested for purposes of administration, program evaluation and consumer data. Your number also may be used to create summary information about MnSCU programs through data matches with other state agencies.


Transfer Policy

Credit-bearing courses may be transferable into program majors as determined by the College Student Services/Program Advisor.


Weather Cancellations

Weather cancellations and postponements will be listed on the Cancellations and Alerts section of the Minnesota West website under Quick Links. They will also be announced on KLOH 1050 AM, Pipestone and KMHL 1400 AM, Marshall radio stations. Full refunds will be given for classes cancelled by Minnesota West Community & Technical College.