To be eligible for admission to the Distance Education program, an applicant must first meet the minimum admission policies, as described above.
CBD College requires, as a term of enrollment, that students agree to resolve any legal disputes with the school through binding arbitration. Because the student and CBD College agree to this in advance, it is sometimes called a “pre-dispute arbitration agreement.” Both CBD College and students waive any right to a jury trial as part of that agreement. In addition, as a term of enrollment, students agree to waive their right to enter into a class action lawsuit or class arbitration against the school. CBD College’s arbitration and class action waiver are applicable to all students, for all legal claims, regardless of the type of claim, or whether the student finances their education using Federal Student Aid funds like Direct Loans.
Arbitration Agreement and Class Action Waiver Information
At CBD College, we believe that the admissions process is one of the most important first steps in achieving your future career. We want to make sure that you feel comfortable and confident in your decision to join our student body. We encourage you to bring your family, to ask questions and we promise to be honest in our answers and provide you with as much information as possible.
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