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Refund Policy

Course fees will not be prorated and no refunds are given unless a course is canceled. A course may be canceled for insufficient enrollment, postponed or a change in instructors. If insufficient enrollment causes a class to be canceled, full tuition is refunded or a credit is given for future use. Materials and supplies purchased by you are excluded from refunds and credits. A request for refund must be made one week before the course begins. A $10 processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. Please allow four to five weeks for the refund process.

Low Enrollment / Course Cancellations

A course with insufficient enrollment will be canceled one week before the starting date. Registered students will be notified by telephone if a course must be canceled. When enrollment is low and to avoid cancellations, the number of class sessions and/or course pricing may be adjusted.

Bad Weather / Class Cancellations

If Wallingford Public Schools close due to weather or school schedules, Adult Education classes are also closed. Cancellation announcements for evening classes will be made at approximately 4:00 p.m. on the following radio and television stations:

  • WTNH-TV - Channel 8
  • WTIC-TV - Channel 61
  • WFSB-TV - Channel 3
  • WVIT-TV - Channel 30
  • WPLR 99.1 FM
  • WDRC 1360 / AM 103 FM
  • WTIC 1080 AM / 96.5 FM
  • WRCH 100.5 FM
  • Wallingford Public Schools TV: Ch.19
  • Or call 203-294-5932

Make-Up Dates

Canceled classes will be made up at the end of the scheduled run of the class. Check with your instructor about make-up dates. 


Wallingford Public School buildings and grounds are smoke-free: a non-smoking policy is in effect at all class sites indoors and out. Refreshments are permitted in designated areas, not in classrooms, hallways or lavatories.


At Sheehan High School, please use the rear parking lot. Illegally parked cars in designated emergency or handicapped zones may be ticketed by the Wallingford Police Department. All of our programs are handicapped accessible. Check with either of our offices for more specific information.


  • Adult Education Learning Center, (Railroad Station), 37 Hall Avenue
  • Mark T. Sheehan High School, 142 Hope Hill Road

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