Terms and Conditions

Enrollment Agreement – Terms and Conditions:



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University Enrollment Agreement Terms and Conditions:

◦ I have chosen and do recognize my legal responsibilities in regard to this contract.

◦ I have read and understand the requirements of the course of study. I have access to a computer with Internet capability and possess adequate computer skills, including word processing and email applications, to complete the course of study.

◦ I understand that the catalog is on-line at www.dunlap-stone.edu and www.expandglobal.com which lists DSU/IIEI’s grading, certificate requirements, objectives, and tuition.

◦ I understand that I may cancel this contract and receive a full refund of all monies paid to date, subject to DSU/IIEI’s refund policies (see below Refund Policy), except if the course was a specially scheduled course, if cancellation is made in writing to the International Import-Export Institute and mailed/delivered/emailed to the institution at the address or email address stated herein within five (5) business days after the date of signature.

◦ I understand that any holder of this consumer credit contract is subject to all claims and defenses which the debtor could assert against the seller of goods or services obtained pursuant hereto or with the proceeds hereof. Recovery hereunder by the debtor shall not exceed amounts paid by the debtor. (FTC Rule effective 5-14-76.)

◦ I understand that the opinions of an instructor regarding course content do not constitute legal advice, nor are they intended to serve as legal advice in any manner whatsoever. The applicability of course content or instructor opinion regarding any issue related to government regulation interpretation in any form or fashion shall not be construed as a legal opinion regarding the regulations, and as such the instructor and the International Import Export Institute at Dunlap-Stone University shall not be held liable whatsoever for any reliance there upon. Persons needing legal advise regarding government regulations should seek legal counsel.

◦ I understand that the institution does not guarantee job placement to graduates upon program/course completion or upon graduation.
Admission Requirements (Minimum):
• Completion of Enrollment Agreement
• Acknowledgment and Acceptance of Tuition & Refund Policy Guidelines (See Below)
• Meeting the course stated prerequisites
• Proficiency in reading and writing of the English language (TOFL 85+)
• Please review the current catalog for degree program admissions requirements.
• Please also note that the deadline for registration is 4 PM Arizona Time on the Thursday before your actual class start date.

Course Tuition:

Course tuition shall be the tuition in effect at time of course registration and payment.

I understand that the regular tuition below is the set price unless otherwise noted.

• 6 Weeks – 3 Credits – Cost: $990

Tuition and fees for unpaid courses and materials are subject to change as published periodically within the DSU Academic Catalog and publications.


Textbook(s)  must be purchased by students separately and are not included in course tuition.

Tuition Payment:

Tuition is due upon student acknowledgment of the enrollment agreement. Final class registration is complete upon receipt of full tuition payment and signed enrollment agreement.

DSU Tuition Refund Policy:

Tuition refunds and course withdrawals are calculated based on our accrediting body’s, DEAC, standards and state licensing regulations.

Students may convey their desire to cancel/withdraw from a course in any manner. When they do so, they will be referred to/supplied with DSU’s Course Withdrawal form, which should be submitted electronically or through written correspondence using the U.S. Mail or fax. The form completes the cancellation process and begins the refund process when applicable.

The Refund Process

The date DSU receives your withdrawal request (via the Course Withdrawal Form) is the official cancellation date for documentation and refund purposes. Confirmation of your request will be sent to the email address listed on your student account. If you do not receive a confirmation email of the college’s receipt of your cancellation, you should contact your Enrollment Advisor.  Your advisor can help you obtain written confirmation of our receipt of your request. Any money due the student will be refunded within 30 days of the cancellation request date.

A student who cancels/withdrawals within five days of enrolling, but before the start of class, will receive a refund of all money paid to the institution. Beginning five days after registration, but before the start of class, a non-refundable 20% administrative fee will be assessed on all cancellations. Once a class has started, the date of receipt of the cancellation request is the date used to determine the refundable tuition amount percentage. Refundable tuition is the total course tuition MINUS the administrative fee.

If the student enrolls in two or more courses at one time, each course must be treated separately for the purposes of calculating any refundable tuition to the student. For example, a student enrolls in three distinct three-credit courses, but completes only part of one course, the student is entitled to a full refund on the remaining two courses that had not yet begun.

The table below sets out the percentage of tuition that will be refunded to students who complete only part of a course.


Published Length of Course:

Six Week Course
Refundable Tuition Amount Due*

After Week 1

After Week 2

After Week 3

After Week 4

*Refundable Tuition Due: Refundable tuition is the total course tuition minus the Registration fee** multiplied by the refund percentage.**The Registration fee is 20% of the course tuition, or $200, whichever is less.


DSU/IIEI Student Reschedule Policy (Effective as of January 1, 2008):

Reschedule Option: This option is only available prior to the standard registration deadline of one (1) week prior to the class start date. In lieu of a refund, during this period, a student may request to reschedule their currently scheduled course to a future start date. All tuition and fees, if not already paid, are due in full at the time of this request, and this tuition credit will be applied toward the future start date. The tuition credit can only be applied to any future class of equal or lesser value within one (1) year from issue date. No refunds are permitted whatsoever after a credit has been issued.

If payment for the course in question was granted using Deferral Promissory Note, the credit card provided on the note will be charged prior to granting the tuition credit.

For further details please review the Student Reschedule Request Form, available here.


Special Course Offerings Policy (Effective as of January 1, 2008):

There is no refund or credit for special course offerings after the registration deadline of one week prior to the course start date.

A special course offering is any course scheduled to meet industry or government scheduling or special use, or is a private course offering,or has very limited seating. Please contact DSU/IIEI for a current listing of special course offerings.

Once a student has paid the tuition and the final registration deadline has passed for the special course offering, there are no refunds unless the course is canceled by DSU/IIEI. Cancellations may occur as a result of low enrollment or other circumstances that prohibit the class from proceeding.