Registration, Tuition, & Aid
When to register:
Early registration is encouraged. Flynn Members have an advance registration period, but anyone may become a member by visiting Membership or including a membership donation with your registration. Registrations from the general public are held in the order received and processed when the member period ends.
Winter/Spring 2017: Registration is now open to all. You can become a member anytime by visiting Membership.
Summer 2017: Registration opens to members on January 13 and to the general public on January 20. You can become a member anytime by visiting Membership.
How to register:
On-Line Registration: You may register on-line by clicking the "Sign-Up Now" Button on the individual class/camp page: class listings and camp listings. Please note: on-line registration requires payment in full. For payment plans & scholarship request, please email the FlynnArts Coordinator.
Students who are placed on waiting lists will be contacted if space becomes available.
YEAR-ROUND CLASSES & WORKSHOPS/MASTERCLASSES
Full payment by check or credit card is required in order to secure your space unless you apply for a scholarship or arrange for a payment plan (see details below).
A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a space (for mailed in registrations. Online registrations must be paid in full). The remainder of the tuition is due by June 1.
We know that it can be difficult to pay a semester’s tuition in full, so we are happy to split up the balance into 4 installments. Just pay the first installment of 25% with your registration, and the remaining balance is then due in 25% installments on the first of each month until paid. Contact us at 802-652-4537 / email@example.com for the payment plan agreement, and to register. (It is not currently possible to register with a payment plan online, but we’re working on that.)
We believe in access to arts education for all interested students, regardless of financial means, and we work hard to secure funding support in order to subsidize portions of tuition for students who cannot afford even the 25% monthly payment plan installments. We give a standing ovation to our generous funders: the Turrell Fund, the Parkhinson Hill Fund, and the generosity of contributions to the Flynn Jazz Endowment, raised over the past five years and initiated by a challenge grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
To apply for a scholarship contact the FlynnArts Coordinator for the online registration form, indicate the amount you need on the form and attach a description of your financial situation. If possible, please enclose a 25% nonrefundable deposit to hold your space in the class. (If 25% at once is not possible, please contact us at 802-652-4537 / firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss what would be possible). Please note that the amount of scholarship funds available varies from semester to semester, and full scholarships are rarely possible—please estimate what portion of tuition you can afford and request a specific amount of assistance. Scholarship decisions are made the week prior to the semester’s start date.
Intention to withdraw must be made known to the FlynnArts coordinator at least two weeks prior to the first class in order to secure a refund, less a 15% registration fee. Withdrawals announced less than two weeks prior to the first class result in tuition credit (less 15% registration fee), and are valid for one year. After the second class session, no credits will be issued.
Withdrawals must be requested of the FlynnArts Coordinator two months (or more) prior to the first day of camp to receive a refund, less 25% non-refundable deposit/admin fee. Withdrawals requested less than less than two months prior to the first day of camp receive a 50% refund. Within one month of camp there are no refunds or credits issued for any reason.
Tuition is non-refundable.
NOTE: We reserve the right to cancel classes and provide refunds with insufficient registration or to discontinue student participation in the unlikely event of persistent disruptive behavior.