Frequently Asked Questions
When can I register for the next season’s lecture series?
Details of the Fall 2022 season (which starts in October) are now posted, but registration will not begin till late in the summer.
How much do series cost?
All series cost $35.00. Payment can be made through PayPal, using either your PayPal account OR a credit card linked to PayPal.
How are lectures delivered?
Lectures are offered on ZOOM. A link to join a lecture will be sent to you when you register, AND in reminder emails one day and then one hour before each lecture begins. ALWAYS KEEP AT LEAST ONE OF THESE EMAILS, or you may not be able to join the lectures.
The links in the original email and all reminder emails are exactly the same; any of them can be used to join any of the lectures in a series. This is your personal ticket, and it should not be shared outside your household.
What do I do if I have registered but don’t receive the link?
If you don’t receive confirmation emails from both PayPal and Zoom within 8 hours of registering, send an email to the LU Registrar, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is registration limited by where I live or travel?
Our ZOOM links are available anywhere in Canada and the U.S.
Do people residing together each need to register and pay for the same lecture series?
However, purchased links are to be shared only within a household.
If it appears that this policy is being violated, the Registrar may communicate this policy to the registrant; if it is determined that the policy is being violated, LUE reserves the right to cancel the registration without giving a refund.
We recognize that some of our clientele may be elderly, infirm or disabled in one manner or another, and such factors may cause us to relax our policy in individual cases.
Are the lectures recorded for later playback?
No, LU does NOT record its webinars, because of copyright issues.
If I cannot attend a lecture series for which I’ve registered, will my money be refunded?
Refunds will be issued if you cancel at any time BEFORE the start of the first lecture in a series.