A $50 registration fee is required for all first-time MEK students.
A non-refundable $300 deposit is required to guarantee a seat in the class/program.
All tuitions must be paid in full by two (2) weeks before the first date of the class. Otherwise, the registration will be canceled.
Programs may require a minimum number of sessions or terms. Please refer to the Spring 2022 Course Catalog for each program’s enrollment specifications.
The discounts are only valid through the dates listed on the promotion.
The student must register for the minimum recommended number of sessions/terms.
A $300 non-refundable deposit may be required to secure the discount. The class registration must be finalized, and the invoice must be paid in full before the promotion expiration date.
Discounts are not applicable to tutoring programs, SAT Maintenance programs, or the registration fee.
The discount may not be combined with any other promotions or discounts.
Additional restrictions may apply.
All cancellations must be made at least seven (7) days before the first day of class to obtain a refund. A $300 non-refundable deposit will remain as a credit on the account. The credit can be used toward future courses at MEK and must be used within one (1) year. If you do qualify for a cash refund, you must submit a written request within 30 days. Otherwise, the monies will remain as a credit on account.
MEK respects students’ wishes to switch courses and/or programs. In the event of the desired program change, the student must schedule a consultation with MEK administrators.
If the student wishes to withdraw from a MEK course or program, the MEK administration’s approval is required. After a formal withdrawal request is made, it may take up to two (2) weeks to complete the process.
If the student withdraws after the semester has begun, the remaining tuition amount will be recalculated at a single-session rate. Any credit resulting from withdrawal will remain on the account, and it must be used in one (1) year.
MEK reserves the right to remove students from Programs whom MEK deems in its discretion to be disruptive to the learning environment, dangerous to other students or faculty, have failed to comply with MEK’s health and safety policies, have acted in a manner that shows lack of dignity and respect for faculty and/or students, or have engaged in academic misconduct, such as cheating or violating confidentiality. Students removed from Programs for violations of the Code of Conduct are not eligible for refunds or eligible to purchase other Programs.
MEK students who experience unscheduled absences have the opportunity to arrange make-up sessions in accordance with the provisions below:
Group Classes and Exam Prep
Private Tutoring and Academic Counseling Services