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Course Fees

The cost for the course will be paid for with a credit card by you upon registering with Greek Peek. This cost covers your transportation, lift ticket and lesson for each day that you attend. If you need to rent equipment, there is an additional fee as listed below.

Breakdown of the Cost for Spring 2022
Program and Bus:  $471.00 (paid directly to Greek Peak)
Program, Bus & Equipment: $559.00 (paid directly to Greek Peak)
Program, Bus, Equipment & Helmet Rental: $601.00 (paid directly to Greek Peak)

Equipment rental includes skis, boots & poles or a snowboard and boots.  A helmet is optional.  Prices above include taxes.

Additional Information:

  • The lift ticket that you receive will only be good for the hours 10:45 am - 3:45 pm of the day of the lesson
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Refund Policy

The only way to receive a refund for the course fee is to drop the course during the designated drop/add period. This means that you need to officially drop the course prior to 5pm on Monday, January 28, 2018. A consideration will be given for medical conditions (occurrences) that prevent an enrollee from participating in or completing their ski/snowboard program. Please note that if you drop the course after attending 1 or more sessions at Greek Peak, you will be charged a prorated amount for each session attended.

  • Refund Requests Submitted Prior to the Drop Date:  Any student that drops the course prior to the College's drop date will be entitled to a refund of the remaining classes (lessons & rental fees) needed to complete the four class requirement for a passing grade.  You must contact the college Program Director at Greek Peak and turn in your RFID pass along with your credit card information prior to the next scheduled class.  Your refund will be based on the number of remaining classes not taken that would be required to receive a passing grade, minus a $10 processing fee.  The transportation cost ($200) included in the class cost has been paid in full to the bus company and is non-refundable.  All refunds are issued as a credit back to the credit card used when paying for the class.

    Refunds for Medical illness or Injury:  Anyone seeking a refund must send a request, including medical documentation of illness/injury (physician’s statement or hospital report, containing diagnosis and treatment), to the College Program Director, Mary Gerlach, immediately following the incident and prior to the next scheduled class.

    The amount refunded will be a prorated portion of course fees (lesson and rental fees) based on the number of required sessions remaining after the occurrence date of the medical condition preventing participation. The bus transportation charge ($200) is not refundable.  All refunds will be issued in the form a credit card “credit” for the equivalent of the unused services of Greek Peak, less Greek Peak’s $10 processing fee.

    There will be no refund of course fees if withdrawal occurs after the completion of the 4th lesson.

  • The last day to withdraw from the course (you will receive a 'W' on your transcript) is 5pm, Friday, February 25th.
  • No exceptions will be made to the above policies under any circumstances. Any requests for refunds received after the completion of the program will not be considered.

Season Pass

Any student enrolled in this course has the option of buying a limited (short) season pass for $99. This fee cannot be billed to your IC account, it must be paid directly to Greek Peak. Talk with Mary Gerlach (mgerlach@greekpeakmtnresort.com) if you are interested in this option. This is a limited (short) Season Pass which is good any time, any day starting January 26th, 2019 until the end of the 2019 ski season.