Students taking any licensing course must be able to commit a considerable amount of time and effort to the course of study. Licensing courses are not seminars where late arrivals and missed sessions can be accommodated. Illinois License Law mandates students attend each full class session. Students enrolling in our classes agree to be in attendance for full class sessions in order to receive credit for these classes.
If you cancel your class a minimum of five (5) days prior to the start of a course you will receive a refund of your tuition less a 25% cancellation fee.
ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE IN WRITING via fax to (312) 506-1831 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cancel your class less than five (5) days prior to the start of a course no refund is applicable. If you are a NO Show for a class, no refund is applicable. No refunds are applicable once a class has begun.
Arriving on time for each class is mandatory. Late arrivals will not be accommodated and students may be asked to wait until the first break to enter the class. Any missed time will need to be made up by viewing a video in our offices or attending another class. Only one 4.5 hour absence is allowed. If you know now that you will have circumstances that might prohibit you from arriving on time and being in attendance for each class session, we recommend you consider a Self-Study or Online course.
Choose your course date and location carefully. A $25.00 course transfer fee is applicable. Only one course transfer is allowed.
Students attending our classes should be prepared to commit to a minimum of 2 hours of independent study and homework for each class session they attend.
Students understand that NO CELL PHONES ARE ALLOWED IN CLASS! Students will be given one warning. The second incident will result in dismissal from the class and the student will forfeit their full tuition.
No recording devices of any kind are allowed in class.
Final exams are administered at the last class session.
Felony conviction? A Real Estate License may be denied if an applicant has been convicted of a "felony" in which dishonesty, fraud, larceny, embezzlement, obtaining money, property, or credit by false pretenses or by means of a confidence game were involved. However, such a conviction does not mean automatic denial of a license. License Applications contain questions regarding criminal convictions. The applications are approved on a case by case basis by the IDFPR. For more information contact the licensing agency.