Registration Information

Enrolling in our classes is simple. Choose the method you wish to register with, include the required registration fee to hold your spot in class, and submit your application to us either through our secure website, the mail, by fax. If registering by mail, a check or money order for the registration fee amount must accompany your application. If registering by fax or electronically, we accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express as payment. Please note, the tuition and registration fee amounts are payable in U.S. funds only and payment in some form must accompany your application in order to be valid.

UBI does not discriminate in any manner contrary to law on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, marital status, veteran's status, or national origin, as defined in ORS 659.850, in its educational programs or activities, including employment, admissions, and classroom instruction.

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Veterans and Vocational Rehabilitation Clients

UBI is an eligible WIOA provider in most states. If you qualify for a vocational rehabilitation program and wish to attend, we're happy to work with your vocational counselor to design an effective program for you.

UBI is approved by the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission for the education and training of veterans, among other eligible potential students. Learn more...

 

Other Funding Sources

United Bicycle Institute regularly works with many types of outside tuition funders, including Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), MYCAA, AmeriCorps, and Workers Comp and other jog retraining programs. Learn more...

 

International Students

United Bicycle Institute is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant students. Non-US citizens are required by US law to obtain an M1 student visa to attend UBI. Non-US citizens may attend either UBI location. Learn more...


Other Registration Requirements

Minimum Age Requirements:

Students enrolling in the Introduction to Bicycle Maintenance class must be at least 15 years old at the time class starts. Students enrolling in the Professional Repair and Shop Operation or Advanced Seminar classes must be at least 16 years old at the time class starts. Students in any of our frame building classes must be 18 years old at the start of class.

Upon receipt of your application and registration fee(s), we will process your application promptly and send you an acceptance letter by mail. You should not consider a registration valid until you receive written acknowledgement of registration acceptance from UBI. Your tuition balance will be due on or before the first day of class. Your tuition includes instruction, student handbooks, use of facilities, tools and instructional materials. Class spots are filled on a first come, first served basis.


Cancellation and Refund Policy

You may cancel enrollment prior to the starting date by giving written notice to UBI via postal mail, fax, or e-mail. If receipt of your cancellation notice occurs within 5 business days of UBI's receipt of the enrollment agreement, you will receive a 100% refund of all monies paid. If receipt of a cancellation notice occurs after 5 business days of receipt of the agreement, up to the first day of class(es), a refund will be given minus the registration fee. In lieu of forfeiture of the registration fee, you may request a one-time transfer of your registration to a future class if the request occurs at least 30 calendar days prior to the start of the cancelled class, and it must be applied to a class scheduled within one year of the cancelled class. However, if you cancel the second class, the registration fee will be forfeited. Once class(es) have begun, if you withdraw from class(es) prior to completion of 50% of the class, you may be entitled to a prorated refund depending on the day of withdrawal, minus the registration fee. Within 40 days after notification of such cancellation, withdrawal, termination, or completion, a written statement showing allowable charges and total payments received shall be delivered to the student by the school, together with a refund equal in amount to the monies paid to the school in excess of those allowable charges. OAR 715-045-0036(10)(a). UBI's Veterans Refund policy complies with CFR21.4255. In the event that a veteran or eligible person fails to enter course, withdraws or is dismissed at any time prior to completion, the unused portion of tuition and all but $10 of the registration is refunded on a pro-rata basis.