Registration & Cancellation Policies: Professional Development

Workshops and Trainings > Learning Solutions


 I. Registration Cancellations and Refunds

If you need to cancel your registration for a workshop, call 603-513-1399. If you cancel your registration at least three full business days prior to the workshop, you may either transfer your registration to another individual or receive admittance for a future workshop. If you cancel less than three full business days before the workshop begins, or do not attend, you are responsible for the entire registration fee.

II. Payment

Granite State College Learning Solutions accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover. Businesses can also choose to pay by invoice if they are sending more than three attendees. Please call 603-513-1399 to request an invoice.

III. Photography

By registering for a workshop, I understand that Granite State College Learning Solutions may take photographs and/or videos of participants and activities. I agree that Learning Solutions is the owner of those photographs and videos and may be used for publicity purposes, in any of the College’s printed or online materials, i.e. blogs, social media, catalog, viewbook, brochures, website, newspaper ads, billboards, or other publications.

IV. Inclement Weather Cancellations

In case of inclement weather, the designated public media source for Granite State College cancellation information is WMUR-TV and its website. Attendees will be notified by public broadcast on WMUR-TV and on WMUR's website. WMUR's information is also posted automatically at NHPR.

  • In case of a campus closure, the date of the workshop will be rescheduled. There will be no refunds issued, but if you cannot attend the new date of the workshop you can transfer your registration to another individual.
  • We make every effort to notify participants by phone and/or email as soon as the decision has been made to cancel a course due to a campus closure.
  • Attendees are personally responsible for their own safety and must exercise good judgment when making travel choices in inclement weather. The College advises attendees not to travel if they believe they are putting themselves in harm's way.