While it is the goal of the school for all students admitted into the school to graduate their program of study, it may be necessary for the school to dismiss or terminate a student from enrollment. Students may be terminated for the following:
- A violation(s) of the school conduct policy.
- A violation of the school’s rules and regulations.
- Failure to pay required tuition payments per the enrollment agreement.
- Failure to meet any of the terms or conditions set forth and agreed to in the enrollment agreement and disclosures.
- Failure to maintain satisfactory academic progress.
- Failure to attend class for 14 consecutive days and not on an approved leave of absence (excluding scheduled breaks of 5 days or more).
- Failure to return from an approved leave of absence.
Terminated students remain obligated for payment of the amount of tuition and fees owed to the school based on the refund policy.
Students have the right to appeal termination decisions by submitting their appeal in writing to the school director within 5 calendar days from the date of termination for the appeal to be considered.