Policies for adult activities and classes
RegistrationRegistrations are on a first-come, first-serve basis and open to adults ages 18 and up unless specified. Pre-registration is required for class participation.
ConfirmationsParticipants are enrolled in a class upon receipt of registration with payment and will be notified if a class is filled or cancelled. Confirmations are provided via email if email address is provided with registration.
Wait listWhen a class is filled, participants may be placed on a wait list. If an opening becomes available, participants on the wait list will be contacted by Adult Learning staff.
RefundsRequests with five-business days notice from the class start date may qualify for a partial refund (cash, credit or coupon) less $10 per class. Refund requests received with less than five-business days noticed from the class start date are not eligible for a refund.
Fee assistanceLimited fee assistance is available for qualified participants. For information call 763-506-1260.
School district cancellationsAdult activities and classes will not meet when Anoka-Hennepin Schools are closed due to inclement weather. Check the school district or the community education website for cancellation notices.
AccessibilityCommunity Education welcomes participants of all abilities. Reasonable accommodations are available with a minimum of a 72-hour notice. To request an accommodation, please write your accommodation needs on the registration form and mail with your payment. If registering online and accommodations are needed, please call 763-506-1290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This catalog can be provided in alternate formats with 3-business days notice.
Satisfaction guaranteePlease call Anoka-Hennepin Community Education if you are not satisfied with a class that you have attended.
Safety disclaimerThere is an inherent risk of accident or injury in any activity. It is the responsibility of each participant to be aware that there are assumed risks involved in participation. Anoka-Hennepin School District assumes no responsibilities for injuries received during activities. Any changes in participants' current activity level should be done under the approval and direction of their physician/health care provider.