Enrolments

All enrolments must be accompanied by an enrolment form found in the centre of the brochure or available to download here.

Enrolments will open on Monday 27th June 2016. The office will not accept any enrolments before that date.

Advance Enrolment by post

Places are available on a first come, first served basis. We therefore encourage students to enrol as soon as possible from 27th June, either by posting or handing an enrolment form into the office. Postal enrolments are dealt with in strict date-received order, including over the Summer.

Forms for September courses must be accompanied by payment (cash, cheque or debit/credit card).

If you wish to enrol on a course in the Spring or Summer terms, please let the Office know your name and contact details as soon as possible. Payment will not be required until the end of the previous term.

Enrolment in person or by phone

Students may enrol in person at The Settlement or over the phone from 27th June. The office and phone line are likely to be very busy that day so please do consider completing and leaving your enrolment form. Enrolments for September courses must be accompanied by payment (cash, cheque or debit/credit card). If you wish to enrol on a course in the spring or summer terms, please let the Office know your name and contact details as soon as possible. Payment will not be required until towards the end of the previous term.

Fees

For all courses beginning in September 2016, course fees must be paid in advance in order to secure a place. Annual Settlement Membership is payable by all students at the time of enrolment. Course fees can be found under the description for each course.

Methods of payment

We accept payment by cash, cheque (made payable to ‘Letchworth Settlement’) and debit
and credit cards. If enrolling by post please include your card details on the enrolment form. Please note, we do not accept American Express, Diners Club or Corporate Credit Cards.

Concessions

To extend participation in Settlement courses a small fund exists to help support students who can provide evidence of financial hardship. Discounted fees may be available to Settlement members for one course each term. Concessionary application forms are available from the Settlement Office. Applications will be reviewed by the Concessions Committee. During term time applications will be processed and responded to within 7 working days.

Class Numbers
We require a minimum number of students for most courses. Generally speaking, we require a minimum of 12 students for academic courses and 10 for non-academic courses.