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Refund & Late Fee Policy

Updated 11/28/2023.

Annual Family Registration Fees and Late Fees are non-refundable.

If you withdraw from the team before the team registration meeting, you will be refunded your Season Activity Fees minus $50.

After the team meeting, fees are non refundable.
MSHSL dues are a large part of NHAC fees, as are other pre-season contracts/expenses. Further, once coops are formed, team member drops cannot be replaced with new student-athletes.

All paperwork (including medical forms*) must be completed and submitted at the team meeting to secure your spot on the roster and avoid late registration fees. To avoid the late fee ($50):

  • Missing/incomplete forms must be submitted by midnight after the team meeting or be subject to a $50 late fee.

  • Errors: the Registration Team will double-check details and contact you within 2 days of the meeting to correct any errors (e.g., missing signatures). You will have 2 days to submit corrected forms. After this, $50 will be invoiced to the family account.

  • If 7 days after the meeting forms are missing/incomplete, those student-athletes may be moved to the waiting list without a refund.

  • *Exception: First-time team families may submit their medical paperwork up to 4 weeks after the team meeting. However, at registration, they must provide a sports physical appointment date to avoid late fees. Student-athletes may only participate in pre-season (summer, captain's practices, etc.) runs if they have submitted the required medical forms.

Public health situations. We expect a season of at least 10 weeks. If a season is interrupted by mandate (e.g., government and/or MSHSL) such that in-person practices are prohibited and our season is shortened to be less than 8 weeks, then NHAC will offer team members prorated Activity Fee refunds (based on a 10-week season) from emergency funds. Examples of interruptions would include out-of-team-control situations such as practice shutdowns due to state or county health metrics. Team and/or individual quarantines due to testing positive for and/or having exposure to a virus do not count toward lost weeks. The team must work together to follow best practices and protocols that are intended to avoid quarantines.