Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any prerequisites for ACAN courses?
Are there classes or lectures to attend?
Are there any required textbooks or materials?
What is the ACAN classroom?
Who is the instructor for my course? Can I request a specific ACAN instructor?
How are courses graded?
I don't think I can finish my course by the deadline, can I get an extension?
What format are the class materials in?
Payment and Refunds
I am not in the US, how can I pay for a course?
ACAN website supports online payments from US or international debit and credit cards. If you are having trouble with website payment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there any discounts?
For some courses, we do offer a small discount for those in the US who are able to pay by ACH. This is not available for those outside the US, and is not available for all courses. Please check the course description to see which courses are eligible. If you would like to take advantage of this discount, please contact email@example.com before paying for your course (this discount cannot be retroactively given).
Do you have a payment plan?
Do you offer any scholarships or financial aid?
ACAN does not offer scholarships or financial aid at this time. Students are welcome to independently apply to scholarships or grants, but please note that ACAN courses are not typically eligible as ACAN does not offer accredited courses. ACAN admin or instructors cannot offer in-depth help for students wanting to apply to any external aid programs.
I am no longer able to continue my ACAN course, can I cancel my enrollment and get a refund?
General ACAN Information
Is ACAN accredited?
ACAN is not a university, college, or technical school and courses are not accredited. Courses cannot be transferred for credits at a traditional university or college. ACAN is a private institution offering courses designed to strengthen professional development.