Montana School of Taxidermy and Tanning 3280 Green Meadow Drive, Helena, MT 59601 - (406) 443-0022
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Montana School of Taxidermy and Tanning

Refund Policies

FULL REFUND: Students shall receive a full refund of all money paid by the student if:

  • The student is rejected by the school;

  • The student cancels his agreement within three (3) business days after receipt of the Montana School of Taxidermy notice of acceptance.

PARTIAL REFUND: The enrolled student who requests cancellation two weeks before the scheduled class begins will receive a full refund minus 15%. The enrolled student who requests cancellation less than two weeks before the scheduled class begins will lose the entire deposit whether it be for the Commercial Taxidermy, Commercial Tanning, or Advanced Habitat course.

If a student enters training and withdraws or discontinues prior to completion, the School will not refund his initial enrollment deposit nor monies spent for the potion of the course or courses that the student has used. He will only be eligible for monies calculated on the time remaining in the course or courses that he has not attended. Any portion of a week attended shall be considered as a full week of attendance.

A student who withdraws or is dismissed by the School after completing 75% of the course will be charged the total cost of the course. Students receiving failing grades at the end of the course shall not be eligible for a refund. The School shall make the appropriate refund within thirty (30) days of the date the student fails to enter or terminates training.

VETERAN REFUND POLICY - In the event a student who is receiving education benefits from the Veterans' Administration withdraws or is dismissed from the School, the Montana School of Taxidermy will retain a $20.00 registration fee plus the exact prorata portion of such tuition, fees and other charges that the length of the completed portion of the course bears to its total length. The exact prorata will be determined on the total number of instructional days in the course.

CONDUCT

Students will be required to conduct themselves in a courteous professional manner. All questions or problems will be dealt with as quickly as possible by the instructor. Students must be in class on time each day. Any student attending class in an intoxicated state or in possession of such substances may be subject to dismissal. Any student who willfully and maliciously damages or destroys properties of the School, or of other students may also be dismissed. Smoking is not allowed inside the School facility.

STUDENT EVALUATION

Students will be judged on an individual basis using evaluation of completed specimens at the end of each session.  Pass or fail of each session will be based on mounts that are anatomically accurate (balance and symmetry, naturalness of eyes, nose, ears, painted areas), and "overall craftsmanship."

Upon completion of the course an oral examination will be given to each student to determine a final pass or fail grade. Once a student completes all mandatory mounts and successfully passes the oral examination he or she will receive a diploma from the Montana School of Taxidermy.

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