- Books required for the course will be shipped through the publisher and/or Amazon, whichever is less expensive.
- Shipments outside the US may include additional fees which the student, or student’s parent is responsible for covering.
Books and Curriculum
- All sales final on books shipped.
Mere Liberty Courses Terms and Conditions
This agreement is for the purpose of running efficient and effective online classes. It is made between Kerry Baldwin, dba Mere Liberty Courses, each individual student (“Student”) and his legal guardian(s) (“Parents”). A coach (“Coach”) who will be an agent of Mere Liberty Courses for all matters related to each course will be assigned to guide each seminar session.
Parents are expected to take primary responsibility for the Student’s education and to:
- Ensure each session is used by an individual Student.
- Ensure Student is the appropriate age for the course.
- Ensure that if more than one Student is enrolled in the same course, each Student must have his own computer, headset, and microphone.
- Ensure Student will have sufficient mastery of English writing skills, including grammar, vocabulary, and expression commensurate with the level of the course.
- Supervise Student’s academic work to ensure that assignments are completed in required formats and by due dates.
- Ensure that Internet and Learning Management System access, computer a headset with microphone, and any additional technology such as a smartphone camera or scanner needed for Parents and Student are working properly.
- Ensure Student makes every reasonable effort to be present for class.
- Ensure student adheres to Student conduct requirements.
Students are expected to treat peers with value and dignity. Any student who personally attacks, degrades, belittles, another student may be banned from either the Slack group and/or weekly seminar without refund, and may also lose access to course content.
Parents agree to policies in the OnBoarding Guide, the Technology Handbook, and the Syllabus for each course in which their student is enrolled.
Families will make timely changes to contact information in their Account found on the Mere Liberty Courses website: https://courses.mereliberty.com
Students are expected to attend all live online classes. Students will make every reasonable effort to be present for class. Class archives are available through the student’s online account for the duration of the course.
Waitlists help Mere Liberty Courses determine when there is demand for more sections of a course at a particular meeting time. If and when demand is sufficient, Mere Liberty will open new sections to meet the needs of waitlisted students. Waitlist deposits are non-refundable unless Mere Liberty Courses is unable to offer a seat in the waitlist section.
If a student pays a waitlist deposit and does not register for a different section of that class, and then decides he wants to remove himself from the waitlist and take a different class, the waitlist deposit fee is transferable to the different class.
Cancellations or Changes to Courses
Course offerings and coaches are subject to change without notice. When cancellations or changes are made, registered students may elect to be transferred to a different section if seats are available and will not be charged a transfer fee. Requests for refund may be made within 15 days of the Seminar start date. No refunds will be issued after 15 days.
Any claim or controversy arising out of or relating to the use of the Mere Liberty Courses website, registration in any seminars, or any act or omission for which a Parent may contend that Mere Liberty Courses is liable, including but not limited to any claim or controversy as to arbitrability (dispute), shall be finally and exclusively settled by binding arbitration. Judgment upon any award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered by any state or federal court having jurisdiction in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The arbitrator shall not have the power to award damages in connection with any dispute in excess of the actual compensatory damages and shall not multiply actual damages or award consequential, punitive or exemplary damages, and each party irrevocably waives any claim thereto.
Neither the Parent nor Mere Liberty Courses shall be entitled to join or consolidate claims in arbitration by or against other consumers or arbitrate any claim as a representative or member of a class or in a private attorney general capacity. The Parent voluntarily and knowingly waives any right they have to a jury trial. These terms provide that all disputes between the Parent and Mere Liberty Courses will be resolved by binding arbitration. The Parent thus gives up any rights to go to court to assert or defend his/her rights. The Parent also gives up his/her rights to participate in or bring class actions. Parent’s rights will be determined by neutral arbitrator(s), not a judge or jury.
Terms and conditions are subject to change. Advanced notice of any significant changes will be provided.