REU Classroom (Live & Live-Stream) Policies & Procedures

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1) Each individual student must be logged in using their own device and must have the camera feature engaged during the entire class so that the instructor can see the student’s face. This is a regulation set forth by the DCP so we must strictly adhere to this rule without exception.

2) Students should log into Zoom 5-10 minutes prior to the class start time.

3) Only students who wish to repeat/retake classes and do not require course credit may elect to remain off-camera. These students should change the name in thier zoom window to “RETAKE – First Name, Last Name.” Students who are off camera and not identified as RETAKE with first and last name will be removed from the class.

4) Students are not allowed to record and/or post the live-streaming class nor allow anyone else to record on their behalf.

5) Students are not permitted to share login credentials, even with other enrolled Real Estate University students.

6) Students are not permitted to join the live-streaming class late or leave it early. If this occurs, this student will not be given credit for the class. Students should be prepared and logged in 5 minutes prior to class start time in order to attend the class.

7) Students must be stationary during the class and with full attention on the instructor, i.e., students are not permitted to be engaged in other activities like walking, exercise or driving, etc. during the class.

8) During the designated class time, students should be in a quiet, private section of the home or office, away from background noise and distractions.

9) For security and attendance purposes, students must use their full name for class credit. Do not use nicknames, initials or abbreviations.

10) Students must have audio muted unless called on by the instructor to speak or using the hand-raise function on the meeting to avoid background noise which is distracting to other students.

11) When asking a question, students should either type in their question or raise their hand so the instructor can call on you. Please do not interrupt the instructor.

12) Please be patient with us in the unfortunate event that we experience technical difficulties. It is our intention to provide the best quality live-streaming class experience for our students but technical diffulties may arise which are out of our control. Please be assured we are working to remedy the issue as quickly as possible.

13) Students should keep track of their own attendance. While we have robust records, tracking your attendance is a professional responsiblity. Attendance inquiries for verfication through the school can be submitted through the website link for $5.

14) Refunds not provided once the login credentials have been distributed.

15) Enjoy the class and have fun!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are online real estate classes allowed in Connecticut?
As of March 2020, the Department of Consumer Protection and Real Estate Commission will now allow instructor-led LIVE STREAMING classes for those wishing to take the real estate pre-licensing course. It must be taken as part of a live classroom and, therefore, is not an on-demand course.
How do I register for your virtual real estate courses?
You can register for the class through our website, in person during the office hours or over the phone at 203-434-5533.
How soon can I start my live-streaming real estate course after registering?
You can start any Monday, Tuesday or Thursday as long as you have registered a minimum of two hours ahead of the course start time.
How do I access the virtual real estate classes?
Once you have registered, a Real Estate University staff member will text and email log-in instructions to you.
Do you have a live-streaming option for all of your real estate courses?
Yes! Effective March 20, 2020, the DCP will allow all of Real Estate University’s classes, including broker pre-licensing and CE, to be able to be taken through live-streaming! For those who feel comfortable, they can also attend the class live at our Norwalk location but the seating is limited to 5 students.
Is there an instructor teaching the virtual classes?
Yes! You will be virtually attending a class with the same amazing Real Estate University instructors that you are used to (Chuck, Kim-Marie, Karena, Amanda and others).
If I have any questions during the class, will I be able to ask them?
Absolutely! You will be able to fully participate in the class by asking questions and interacting with the other students and the instructor.
Can I take some of the modules in the classroom and others through live-streaming?
Absolutely! Many students prefer the classroom environment so we will now offer both options. You can choose to attend live classes in either Stamford or Norwalk locations, or live-stream the classes being held in Norwalk.
What if I can’t start the virtual class on time or I have to log off early?
Unfortunately no. Students will not be given credit for attending a class if they log in to our live-stream modules past the start time or if they log out of the class early. No credit will be given for partial attendance so students should make sure they are available and logged in during the entire class time.
Will there be an exam at the end of the course? Where is the exam given?
Yes. You will have to take the class exam in person at either the Norwalk or Stamford location.
Will Real Estate University offer virtual real estate classes in other states other than Connecticut?
Great question! Yes! We plan to offer live-streaming classes in New York and Rhode Island by late Spring 2020. Keep checking our website for updates.


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