MCEE offers various programs to engage with students, teachers, and members of communities across Minnesota. These programs in economics and personal finance are often funded by a combination of donors and registration fees. In order to ensure that all individuals are aware of their obligations as participants in a MCEE program, this section of the website details relevant policies for registration and participation in MCEE activities.
Registration fees cover a fraction of the program costs and allow MCEE to continue offering high-quality programs to all of our stakeholders.
In the event of a program's cancellation or a change to a program's date or location, participants will be notified via email. If MCEE cancels a program, participants will receive a full refund. If a participant wishes to cancel their registration, they may do so provided that they withdraw their registration at least 10 business days before the start date of the program. Unless otherwise noted, refunds for withdrawn registrations will be issued, less a $10 cancellation fee.
Individuals will be charged a $15 fee for checks with insufficient funds and/or declined credit cards.
The privacy of participants is very important to MCEE. The registration information provided to MCEE is considered private data under state and federal law. Provided information will be used for the purposes of administering the program and to contact you about upcoming programs.
Participants in MCEE programs will be asked to sign a waiver prior to the start of the program.
Participants (or parent or legal guardian of participants under the age of 18) will forever release, indemnify, and hold harmless Regents of the University of Minnesota, the Minnesota Council on Economic Education, their directors, employees, volunteers, leaders, sponsors, program organizers, promoters, and each of their agents representatives, successors, and assigns, and all other personal associated with the program ("Releasees") from any and all loss, cost, expense, or other damage of any kind resulting from their participation in the program, including but not limited to insurance subrogation and attorney's fees together and singly, "Claims"). The release and promise applies even to claims based in whole or in part on releasees' negligence and/or gross negligence, to the extent permitted by law, but not releasees willful or wanton acts.
Unless otherwise notified, the Minnesota Council on Economic Education, their agents, employees, volunteers, or program partners are authorized to record photographs or other likenesses of participants on videotape, audiotape, film, photograph, or any other medium and use, reproduce, modify, and publicly exhibit such recordings without limitation or restructure for any purpose. Participants further consent to the use of their name, voice, and biographical material in connection with such recordings. The photographs or other materials shall remain the property of the Minnesota Council on Economic Education or its partners.
If you have any questions, please contact us
Approved March 29, 2019
The following items, which are in place and in practice, will be posted on the donor page of MCEE website:
- MCEE collects information about its donors when they donate. Such information is collected by donor checks, online donations and third party donations. This information includes name, address, phone number, email address, employer, and job title.
- MCEE does not distribute or sell any donor contact information to outside sources.
- MCEE maintains names, addresses and other private information of donors, unless specifically requested to not maintain contact information, in order to update donors with respect to our achievements and to make contact for support in the future.
- MCEE has a discontinue contact policy that guarantees donors can be removed from solicitation and mailing lists upon request.