ADULT EDUCATION MISSION STATEMENT
To empower adult students to strengthen self-esteem, grow in social responsibilities, expand occupational skills, achieve academic success, and pursue personal interests so that they may actively enhance and enrich their lives.
Our classes are open to:
Any resident or non-resident who is at least 18 years old; no one under 16 years will be allowed. Children may not accompany parents to class except where indicated.
Students 16-18 years old with special permission by the school principal and with parental consent.
Juniors or seniors concurrently enrolled in high school who have a school counselor’s approval to take classes for credit or enrichment.
HOW TO ENROLL
Students may pre-register for classes by:
Online registration link.
Mailing or faxing in the registration form.
Coming into the office. Payment may be made by cash, check, money order, VISA or MasterCard. Make checks or money orders payable to MUSD.
No one will be allowed to attend a fee class unless he/she has paid by the first class.
REFUND/TRANSFER POLICY FOR FEE-BASED CLASSES
Because teachers' salaries are paid by the fees collected, we must limit our refund/transfer policy. Refunds will only be given if requested 15 days before the first class. Refunds will be given for classes by MAE. No refunds on books.
Our community interest classes are not tax supported. We price our classes affordably, so we cover costs for teachers' salaries, teaching materials and classroom facilities. These classes must be self-supporting. If we do not have enough students in a class, we will offer students the following options: 1) Pay a slightly higher class fee or 2) have fewer hours of instruction for the same fee. If necessary, a class may be canceled. We do not like to cancel a class, so register NOW! Certain classes may require an additional fee for supplies, books, or equipment.
Students must share the responsibility of keeping a class going by maintaining consistent attendance. Inconsistent attendance may result in a drop