Unenrolling vs. Taking a Leave of Absence
- Unenrolling is when a student decides to end their program and has no desire of continuing the program in the future. Students enrolled in degree programs may consider switching to a certificate program as an alternative.
- A Leave of Absence (LOA) is when a student needs to pause their program. It is most appropriate when a student needs to step entirely out of a developmental training process for a period of time. Assessments and payments are paused during that time, and resume when the student returns to active status.
Requesting an Unenrollment or a Leave of Absence
Students must submit their request to unenroll or take a Leave of Absence to the Antioch School in writing (email is fine).
- Students can submit their request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for LOA should also indicate when the student plans on returning to the program.
- Our staff reviews requests and places payments on hold. If a card is set up for automatic monthly payments, it will no longer be charged.
- Requests for refund will be reviewed based on the tuition refund policy under which the student is enrolled.
- The student is notified when the request has been approved. Students unenrolling will receive an unenrollment letter mailed to them.
- Students on LOA should notify email@example.com when they are ready to return to an active status in their program.