Termination Policy for Enrollment Partner

At Central Christian University (CCU), we understand that circumstances may arise that require the termination of the partnership between CCU and an Enrollment Partner. To ensure a fair and transparent process, we have established the following termination policy:

Mutual Agreement: Termination of the partnership between CCU and an Enrollment Partner can occur by mutual agreement between both parties. This may arise due to changes in strategic objectives, organizational restructuring, or other reasons that make it necessary to end the partnership. Both CCU and the Enrollment Partner will engage in open and constructive discussions to reach a mutual understanding and agreement on the termination.

Notice Period: Once the decision to terminate the partnership has been made, both CCU and the Enrollment Partner are required to provide a written notice of termination. The notice period should be specified in the partnership agreement and may vary depending on the circumstances and duration of the partnership. The notice period allows for a smooth transition and minimizes any disruption to ongoing activities and services.

Financial Settlement: In the event of partnership termination, any outstanding financial obligations or liabilities between CCU and the Enrollment Partner will be settled as per the terms and conditions outlined in the partnership agreement. This includes the payment of any outstanding commissions, refunds, or other financial arrangements that need to be resolved upon termination.

Confidentiality and Intellectual Property: Both CCU and the Enrollment Partner shall respect and maintain the confidentiality of any confidential information shared during the partnership. Any intellectual property or proprietary information exchanged or developed during the partnership shall remain the property of the respective party unless otherwise agreed upon in writing.

Transition Assistance: CCU acknowledges the need for a smooth transition process upon termination of the partnership. Depending on the circumstances, CCU may provide reasonable assistance to the Enrollment Partner to facilitate the transition of students, records, or other relevant information to ensure minimal disruption to affected parties.

Termination Consequences: The termination of the partnership does not release either party from any obligations or liabilities that may have accrued prior to the termination date. Both CCU and the Enrollment Partner shall fulfill their respective obligations and commitments as outlined in the partnership agreement until the effective date of termination.

CCU values open communication, professionalism, and fairness in all aspects of its partnerships. The termination policy is designed to ensure that both CCU and the Enrollment Partner part ways amicably while preserving the integrity of the partnership and minimizing any negative impact on stakeholders. We encourage open dialogue and cooperation during the termination process to facilitate a smooth transition for all parties involved.

Please note that the termination policy provided here is for informational purposes only and may be subject to specific terms and conditions outlined in the partnership agreement. For detailed information and guidance regarding the termination process, we recommend referring to the partnership agreement or contacting the designated representative at CCU for further assistance.


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