Under California Education Code (Section 94874 (f)), Udacity is limited to accepting under $2,500 in fees from California residents for any individual Nanodegree program pursuant to the exemption set forth in the statute. Therefore, in order to comply with the California licensure requirements, Udacity will limit paid access to prevent total program costs exceeding this limit.
At the end of the paid access period, Udacity will provide, at no charge, a grace period of thirty (30) days to California students in order to complete any outstanding projects. After the grace period, Students will have continued static access to course content consistent with Udacity’s policies, which means that Students will have access to the existing course content (not updated content) and all of the completed projects, and Students will not have access to student services such as Study Groups, project reviews, mentor or career support services, workspaces, labs, or quizzes.
Based on our data, we estimate that students can complete the program in four (4) months working 10 hours per week.
All other policies on subscription access shall otherwise be available to California residents. Please note that this limitation is assessed on a program-by-program basis. This means that if you are subscribed to more than one Nanodegree program, service limitations will only apply based on the start date of each individual Nanodegree program.
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