Terms & Conditions
ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read these conditions carefully as they shall form part of the contract between the person responsible for the fees and CEG Pathways Inc. (“CEG”). It is important that you make sure that you have read and understood all of these conditions as you will be deemed to accept these conditions when you sign the application form.
These terms have been sent to you as part of the application process and set out important information detailing the tuition, fees and the deposit payable that will be required to guarantee your place at CEG.
3. Deposit payment
To accept your offer, you or your sponsor will be required to pay the deposit and registration fee (together the “Deposit”), stated on your offer letter, such amount to be paid to CEG. Acceptance of a CEG offer on payment of the minimum stated Deposit constitutes a binding contract between the student and CEG.
The Deposit may be non-refundable in whole or part (less the registration fee) depending on the application of the refund policy set out below. In any event, the Deposit will be set in equal parts against the Tuition and other fees of the first and second semester of your program.
If, in error, you pay CEG any fees other than the Deposit, such as tuition, accommodation or other non-Deposit related fees, those fees will be passed to Illinois Tech by us and we will notify you accordingly.
4. Acceptance of your place
Once your required Deposit and registration fee is paid to CEG and upon you meeting all the conditions in your offer letter, we will confirm your place on the Program and send you the official acceptance letter and i20 form necessary to obtain your student visa. You will need to be careful with this letter as Illinois Tech may levy a charge for the issuing of any replacement i20 letter.
5. Payment of fees
Please only pay CEG the Deposit payment, using the bank details set out below:
||Citizens Bank, N.A.
||1 Citizens Drive, Riverside, Rhode Island 02915
||CEG Pathways Inc
Flywire payments can be made here: Visit site
TUITION AND ACCOMMODATION:
You must pay all tuition and accommodation fees promptly on receipt of such invoice and directly to Illinois Tech using the methods explained in this link: https://web.iit.edu/student-accounting/payments/payment-methods
Under Illinois Tech’s terms, any student who fails to settle all outstanding balances once invoiced, is at risk of losing their entitlement to continue their semester's course schedule and, if applicable, housing assignment and may be charged interest on outstanding amounts. Additionally, you may not be able to join/continue in the subsequent semester; participate in student activities, including athletics; utilize campus facilities, such as the Fitness Centre; obtain transcript services; receive grade reports; or receive a degree.
You are responsible for any collection costs incurred by Illinois Tech in collecting any outstanding balance(s). Students must be in good financial standing to participate in any Illinois Tech programs or activities, including, but not limited to athletics, resident assistant programs, student government, and clubs. To be in good financial standing, a student must have settled their student accounts for all balances currently due.
6. Academic conditions of entry and continued enrolment
Students are admitted to CEG programs on the basis of English language proficiency and academic ability and, in some cases, on the additional basis of experiential learning.
Any student found to have misled CEG as to their qualifications and suitability for entry could be subject to expulsion from CEG without recourse to refund of tuition and fees already paid and be liable for any required notice periods. However, in limited circumstances, should an alternative program be more suitable and if appropriate, a student may be transferred to an alternative program, however this may also require changes to your visa status which may need to be communicated to the U.S. immigration authorities.
Students are expected to attend all classes and lectures, and will be subject to assessment by means of coursework and other continuous assessment methods and by examination. In order to progress though the program of study and to subsequent courses offered by the collaborating institution, students are required to meet prescribed academic and English language standards at certain stages.
Students at Illinois Tech are expected to abide to the full rules and regulations in the University handbook:
7. Visa Compliance and Conduct
It is your responsibility, prior to enrolment at Illinois Tech that you have and maintained the correct visa status demonstrated in your passport. CEG will check this at least every 12 months. On application to CEG you will be required to provide details of any previous visas received or refused for entry to the United States of America, together with information about the level and content of any prior studies undertaken in the USA, as this is an immigration requirement before we can sponsor any student.
Attendance is monitored by using an overall percentage and by ‘Contact Points’ and students are required to maintain appropriate levels of attendance and may be subject to expulsion, should this fall below an acceptable level.
CEG reserves the right to impose sanctions including, but not limited to, termination of the enrolment of any student whose standard of conduct is unsatisfactory. There will be no refund of tuition and fees in cases of expulsion due to misconduct.
Any students withdrawing from a CEG program of study may be reported to the U.S. immigration authorities and U.S. Embassy/High Commission in their home country as a curtailment of their program. Any student withdrawing will be required to provide documentary evidence of their return to their home country or transfer to another institution.
8. CEG Refund policy
Should you be refused a visa, evidence of refusal and a written application to withdraw must be made available to CEG before any refund can be initiated, if appropriate.
CEG will verify the authenticity of the evidence of visa refusal with the appropriate U.S. overseas posting (Embassy/High Commission), and will charge an administration fee of $300 in the event of such a refund.
Tuition and fees (but not the Deposit) are subject to Illinois Tech’s refund policy, set out below.
CEG/ Illinois Tech reserves the right to withdraw a previously available program of study at its own discretion. In such a scenario and where a student is unable to enrol in a similar program with Illinois Tech, then the Deposit will be refunded by CEG and you should contact Illinois Tech in relation to any fee you have paid to it.
9. Illinois Tech Refund policy
Illinois Tech has its own refund policy for refunds on tuition, housing and meals, which you can find at the below link. This refund policy will apply to any monies you pay llinois Tech:
10. Cause for concern
Should we have reason to be concerned for the health, welfare, financial situation, fitness to study or academic progress of any student, whether under or over 18 years of age, CEG reserves the right to involve parents, agents or appropriate professionals to offer support.
Holders of a CEG offer may be able to, on written request to CEG, defer the start of their program of study up to a maximum of one academic year.
If you do defer your start date, any Deposit paid to CEG will be held (without penalty), for use against the subsequent deferred course of study. Should you (the offer holder), subsequently withdraw after a deferment has been applied, the Deposit held would normally be refunded but may become non-refundable in exceptional circumstances.
As an immigration requirement, the U.S. immigration authorities will be informed of any students holding an i20 visa letter and wishing to defer.
12. Data protection
To comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the information which you give on your form will be used for the following purposes:
- To determine your eligibility for entry to CEG and/or entry to the host partner university.
- To enable CEG and the host partner university to compile statistical reports.
- To enable CEG and the host partner university to initiate your student record.
- To share information with other government departments (e.g. immigration office), local authorities and other bodies to prevent possible fraud and to enable them to carry out their functions. On enrolment, students will be asked to sign a consent form for specific use of their personal data.
To protect the personal data of individuals normally resident in the EU, CEG will comply with General Data Protection Regulations and the UK Data Protection Act 2018. For further information on how your personal data is processed, see the Privacy Notice
Any reference in these terms to liability of the student shall also infer liability on the parents, guardian or sponsor of the student and such liability is joint and several. These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of Massachusetts, and their courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
14. Variation of Conditions
CEG may, by written notice, vary conditions of enrolment as may be necessary to comply with any law, regulations or amendment thereof, of the Government of the United States. CEG additionally reserves the right, upon giving one term’s written notice of such change to all affected students, parents, guardians and sponsors, to make any addition, amendment or alteration to these conditions as is deemed necessary by CEG.
By enrolling in a CEG program you consent to your participation in future marketing activities. Contact us (details set out below), if you do not wish to participate.
16. Payment to Agents
Before applying to study with us you may have engaged with an agent to offer you advice and support in applying for programs of study, and you may in some cases also have agreed to pay a fee to your agent for those services. We further understand that you wish us to pay that fee to your agent on your behalf (up to maximum limits as stated on www.ceg-uk.com/servicefees).
Where this is the case we acknowledge that your tuition and fees payable to CEG may include a sum owing by you to your agent for their services up to the maximum limit referred to at www.ceg-uk.com/ service fees.
We agree, at our discretion, to pay this sum to your agent on your behalf and reduce your tuition and fees owing to us accordingly provided that the following conditions are met:
- You enrol at CEG
- You correctly complete the application form to authorize us to make these payments to your nominated agent;
- You pay all relevant academic fees to CEG as they become due;
- Your agent has achieved Approved Agent status, an Approved Agent being an agent that has entered into a contract with you directly for the provision of services that are of a level and nature which satisfies Cambridge Education Group’s internal policies and expectations of an agent and who has been confirmed by Cambridge Education Group as being such an agent.
Provided the above conditions are met and if for any reason we decide not to pay an amount due to your agent on your behalf, then we will refund to you the amount owing to your agent up to the maximum limit, for you to pay across directly.
If you have agreed with your agent that you will pay more than the maximum limit, then you will remain liable to pay any excess to your agent.
Having satisfied the above conditions should you NOT wish us to make an automatic payment to the Agent used please notify Central Admissions on firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEG Pathways Inc., a Delaware, USA, Corporation with its principal place of business at 100, Cambridge Street, Suite 1400, Boston, MA 02108 (which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cambridge Education Group Limited, a company incorporated in the United Kingdom)
Tel: +1 (857) 400-9700
Web: Visit CEG site