Yes, we do allow parents to organize payments in installments by agreement with the Director.
Aid is available by the discretion of the administrators. We ask that before requesting aid, parents consider that String Project is made possible by donations, subsidies and grants that enable us to keep tuition as low as possible. We are committed to enabling all children access a string education and will help any child to the best of our ability but we ask parents to consider that the program is run on a minimal budget in order to benefit as many children as possible.
Yes, we have a few instruments to lend, and are happy to do so at no cost. There is an instrument contract to sign whereby the parents agree to return the instrument in the same condition as it was received. If this means there is a repair necessary, then that will be the responsibility of the parent in order that the next child can receive the instrument in top condition and receive the same benefits.
We will communicate entirely through email during the year. If for some reason you suspect you are not receiving these please contact Sophie Till at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570 592 8237.
These are almost always in accordance with the University’s changes, so any closures or holidays will be according to the Marywood website and calendar, www.marywood.edu.