FAQ: Purchasing Chapter Enrollment

CHAPTER ENROLLMENT: Competitive Event Prep Track

Chapter PREP TRACK Enrollment is for DECA & FBLA advisors who want to provide CU as a prep tool to as many DECA and FBLA competitors as possible. Chapter Levels are based on the number of students the advisor will be enrolling. Each student who will be enrolled will have access to all the Prep Track Courses listed under DECA events and FBLA events. 

Chapter Prep Track 

Enrollment


Cost for the chapter


PT10 (up to 10 students, 1 teacher)

$255

PT15 (up to 15 students, 2 teachers) $295
PT25 (up to 25 students, 2 teachers)$375 

PT50 (50 students, 2 teachers)

$525

PT75 (75 students, 3 teachers)

$675

PT Level 4 (100 students, 4 tchrs)

$825

per additional student 

 $8

per additional 10 students

$75

per additional 25 students

$150

Teachers will be able to see their students' activity levels in each course and use each course's grade book.

How can an order for enrollment be placed?

Click on the tab at the top of CU for the Order Form if you need info to submit to your school's purchasing department or an administrator for approval.

You may also visit CustomResources.com to order online and pay by credit card.

What are the benefits to Chapter Enrollment?

  • Advisors have access to all competitive event courses
  • Teachers have access to graded activities so if class time is spent on DECA or FBLA preparation there is accountability
  • CU is a time-saver for teachers
  • All enrolled students in the chapter have equal access to preparation materials, study quizzes, and sample tests, 24-7
  • CU offers the most cutting-edge, one-stop shop for preparation ... and it is available to all enrolled students, whenever and where ever they have internet access

What if our school has multiple advisors?

With Chapter Enrollment, up to two co-advisors may be added to one chapter's enrolled group up to 99 students. Over 100 students, access for 2 more advisors will be added.

However, if each advisor would like to see only his/her students' activities and grades in CU for convenience and efficiency, Custom Resources will enroll each advisor and his/her students separately. This will require each advisor completing the CU Enrollment Spreadsheet. There is an additional admin fee of $50 per separate group enrolled within school.

Additional advisors over the allocated number may be added to a school's CU enrollment at the price of $50 each.

How soon after enrolling can students log-in to CU?

Student enrollments will be activated after Labor Day, at the beginning of September and will be available through June. Chapter enrollments are created by sending in teacher info along with a list of students on CU's enrollment spreadsheet. Once the completed spreadsheet has been received, and payment or school purchase order has been received, students' accounts are created typically within a few days but it may take up to 5 days.

Are teachers able to view CU to plan for its use in CU?

Pending CU's annual upgrades and development phases, teachers who have sent in their chapter's enrollment order for the upcoming school year will have access during the month of August to all courses for planning purposes.

Can students enroll in more than one course?

For the Chapter Enrollment option, each student will have access to all competitive event courses and the exam prep courses.

Can advisors substitute students' enrollment slots as the year progresses?

Only during the initial 15-day period, may advisors make substitutions to their enrolled student accounts. After the 15-day grace period students accounts are locked in and may not be substituted.

What is the refund policy?

For Chapter Enrollment: If a teacher is not satisfied with the site or is unable to use it, a refund will be given for the purchase price less an admin fee of $75. Custom Resources, LLC must be notified in writing, via email, within 15 days of the student’s activation date. After the 15 day period, no refunds will be issued.

No credit will be issued from one year to the next year.

 

 



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