The Flynn holds three semesters each year—fall, winter/spring and summer—as well as camps held throughout the summer. Flynn Members have an advance registration period; you may become a member at any time by signing up online or including a membership donation with your class or camp registration. Mailed in registrations from the general public are held in the order received and processed when the member period ends.
Register online by clicking the red "REGISTER" Button on the individual class/camp page. Please note: online registration requires payment in full. For payment plans and scholarship requests, please fill out the online form. For any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students placed on waiting lists are contacted if space becomes available. Please reach out to email@example.com to be placed on a waitlist.
For year-round classes, workshops, and masterclasses, full payment by check or credit card is required to secure your space, unless you apply for a scholarship or arrange for a payment plan. For summer camps, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a space. The remainder of the tuition is due by June 1.
Rather than paying your semester tuition in full upfront, you can split up the balance into installments. With this payment schedule, you pay the first installment of 25% with your registration, then the remaining balance is due in 25% installments on the first of each month until your tuition is paid in full. This can be arranged through the regular check out process. Contact 802-652-4537 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
We believe in access to arts education for all interested students, regardless of financial means. To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the online form. If possible, please enclose a 25% nonrefundable deposit to hold your space in the class. We have limited resources for scholarships, but accommodate as many requests as possible. Please request a specific dollar amount of assistance in your application. Scholarship decisions are made on a rolling basis so apply early.
We give a standing ovation to our generous funders: The Parkhinson Hill Fund, Champlain Investment Partners, Northfield Savings Bank, Wake Robin, Ben & Jerry's, the UVM Binter Center, and the generosity of contributions to the Flynn Jazz Endowment, initiated by a challenge grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Withdrawal requests must be submitted to the Class & Camp Manager at least two weeks prior to the first class to receive a refund, less a 15% registration fee. Withdrawal requests submitted less than two weeks prior to the first class receive tuition credit (less 15% registration fee), valid for one year. After the second session, no credits will be issued. Please note that tuition for online drop-in classes is non-refundable.
Withdrawal requests must be submitted to the Class & Camp Manager two months prior to the first day of camp to receive a refund, less 25% non-refundable deposit/admin fee. Withdrawal requests submitted less than less than two months prior to the first day of camp receive a 50% refund. Within one month of camp, no refunds or credits are issued.'
Credits issued for dropped or cancelled classes or camps may only be used for future classes and camps, and cannot be exchanged for cash. Credits issued for any reason expire after one year.
Tuition is non-refundable.
We reserve the right to cancel classes and provide refunds with insufficient/incomplete registration. In the event that behaviors arise that pose a safety concern, we may ask for your cooperation in helping us address the issue so that you/your student can enjoy camp/class safely. If a student’s behavior is posing a safety concern that we cannot address, we reserve the right to discontinue participation and pro-rate a refund. However, we always seek to make accommodations for safe participation whenever possible. Do not hesitate to share with us in advance anything we can do to ensure the best possible experience for you and/or your student/camper. We are always happy to make advance arrangements to best accommodate students/campers.