Important: The class you are registering for must meet the requirements for cohort size in order for it to run. In the event of very low enrollment and when no other resource is available, the class will be canceled or rescheduled to a later date. You will be notified through email of such change.
If you need to withdraw from a class and you notify us at least three business days (Five business days notice is needed for Transportation and Public Safety cancellations, and seven business days notice is needed for SHRM cancellations) before the class starts, you will receive a credit or refund of the course fee. For SHRM cancellations, if you have already received your course materials, those would need to be returned (unopened) or would be reduced from the amount of your refund. Please contact the following representatives for cancellations:
For Healthcare Cancellations, please notify Meriem Aman via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Transportation Cancellations, please notify Jim Unger via email at: email@example.com or Julie Dubois via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Steam and Hot Water Boiler Cancellations, please notify Chris Hinrichs via email at: email@example.com
For SHRM Cancellations, please notify Chris Hinrichs via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For CDL Cancellations, please notify Chris Hinrichs via email at: email@example.com
For all other classes and programs , please notify Gina Zimmer via email at: Gina.firstname.lastname@example.org
No refunds or transfers allowed if you notify us less than three business days before the class starts, five days notice needed for Transportation and Public Safety, seven days notice needed for SHRM.
Your Charge for this class will appear on your credit card statement as Minnesota State Colleges.
The primary concern is with the safety of students and employees. This includes traveling conditions, safety of students and employees taking public transportation, and the colleges’ capacity to ensure parking lots and sidewalks are safe to navigate. Secondary concerns include anticipated disruptions to student learning and to planned campus events.