Basic Science Course in Ophthalmology Cancellation, Refund, Payment and Privacy Policies
All cancellations MUST be submitted in writing. Telephone requests WILL NOT be honored. Cancellation of registration will be accepted until December 15, 2017, up to which date the total amount will be refunded.
Cancellations received after December 15, 2017, will incur a $100.00 administrative fee.
PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT REFUND INFORMATION BELOW – THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THE REFUND POLICY
All requests for refunds MUST be submitted in writing by the deadline(s) listed within this policy. Telephone requests WILL NOT be honored. Letters, faxes and/or emails should be received or postmarked by no later than December 15, 2017 to receive a full refund of the registration fee (less an administrative fee of $100.00).
If you have already paid for the 2018 BSCO but are unable to attend due to illness, visa issues, travel problems, or other reasonable circumstances, you may request that your registration fee be credited to you, for you to attend the BSCO in the following year (2019). If you choose to receive credit instead of refund, you will not be responsible for any price difference in registration for 2019. You will not be charged an administrative fee if you choose to receive credit instead of a refund.
Refunds will be sent or credited within four to six weeks after the 2018 BSCO has concluded.
Similar to other institutions of higher learning, payment in full is required prior to commencement of the BSCO. The acceptable methods of payment are checks or credit card. All payments must be made in U.S. dollars and must originate in the country requesting the training. No cash payments will be accepted!
Methods of Payment:
Credit card (American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or Debit)
Check – Company or personal checks; make checks payable to CUMC Department of Ophthalmology and mailed to:
Kenia de los Santos, Course Manager
Columbia University Medical Center
Department of Ophthalmology
160 Fort Washington Avenue
New York, NY 10032
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