Policies & Procedures
In addition to the items referenced in the online consent form, below outlines a list of Policies & Procedures for our Kids on Campus Program.
Need to reach us during KOC? Call 443-518-4110, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
ACADEMICALLY GIFTED & ADVANCED OVERRIDESStudents who are in advanced classes or classes beyond their grade level may request an override to register for academic classes above their age level. Official documentation of advanced status will be required.
Students are expected to demonstrate appropriate behavior and language and follow HCC, KOC, and class rules. Students are expected
- Behave in a friendly, cooperative manner toward other students, instructors, and staff.
- Respect the ideas, person, and property of others.
- Be able to work independently.
- Be able to focus on a task to completion.
Students may be excluded from activities or dismissed from Kids on Campus for not adhering to the behavior expectations explained above or:
- Using profanity.
- Jeopardizing the safety of oneself or others.
- Disrupting the learning environment.
- Leaving assigned area unaccompanied by a staff member
- Stealing or vandalizing college property or the property of others
- Eating or drinking in computer labs.
Please register early. Class size is limited. Courses with insufficient enrollment one week prior to the start of each class session will be canceled. You will be notified by phone or email if a class is canceled.
DROPS & REFUNDS
If your child cannot attend a course, please notify us immediately. If notification is received by the Monday two weeks prior to the class start date, 100% refund of tuition and fees will be issued. For cancellations received within two weeks prior to class start date, tuition will be refunded, fees will be withheld. No refunds will be given on or after the class start date. Refunds will not be made for non-attendance. Parents/Guardians are responsible for any tuition/fee difference resulting from a student transfer.
Drop requests must be made in writing to email@example.com or by fax to 443-518-4333. You can also drop by using the “Drop a Course” option on HCC Express or by the online drop/transfer form. Requests for drops left on voicemail will NOT be processed.
FEDERAL TAX ID#
Use this number for your federal income tax return or dependent care credit: #520900106.
Registration form and consent form must be completed and accompanied by payment. Parents/guardians are financially responsible for the child’s tuition and fees to HCC. Outstanding balances may be sent to collections. Students may not begin class until consent form is complete and payment has been made in full.
Registration is open. You may currently only register online at the Kids on Campus registration web page. Call 443-518-4110 if you have difficulty registering online.
Scholarships may be available for Howard County residents who meet certain income criteria. View the Kids on Campus Scholarship/Financial Aid Application (PDF) for details. Please read and fully complete the application form and submit it with the required documentation.
HCC is committed to providing an accessible education and supportive learning environment for all students. To help us meet this goal, parents of students with documented disabilities who require special accommodations must submit a letter to the Coordinator of Youth Programs indicating the student’s needs and the type of accommodation that may be required. You must contact the Coordinator of Youth Programs each time the student enrolls in a class even if you have received accommodations in the past. The Coordinator of Youth Programs must receive the letter at least 30 days prior to the start of class in order to provide time to assess and arrange for reasonable accommodations. Inadequate notice may result in your child not being able to attend class. All information will be kept confidential. HCC does not provide personal medical assistants, care attendants, or aides of any other type. Parents are not permitted to attend class with their child.
HCC does not administer medications to students. If medication must be taken while the student is on campus, the parent/guardian is responsible for coming to campus to administer the medication. Written permission from a physician is required for those who are able to self-medicate. Call 443-518-4110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a required form. In an emergency, trained staff will administer EpiPens or inhalers provided by students. Kids on Campus cannot guarantee a nut-free environment.
To join a waitlist for a full class, go here. You will be notified if a spot becomes available. Register for another class in the event the class remains full.