The purpose of the Cancellation Policy is to ensure that enrolled students can reasonably expect to complete their program of study and become employed. Unless otherwise agreed upon by the administration, or the administration and the student combined, the cancellation policy generally covers the period of the first three full weeks of education.
Factors that may result in a student’s enrollment cancellation by the college may include:
- Attendance during the first three full weeks of education. The student is only permitted two tardy’s and may be canceled on the third tardy. Students may be canceled if they have one unexcused absence and more than one excused absence (a doctor's note or excuse must be provided) during the first three weeks of education.
- Poor academic performance and/or inability to complete assigned academic requirements, or lack of attendance on required activities on campus.
- Inappropriate behavior.
- Demonstrates lack of interest in completion of program.
- Insufficient completion of required admissions and/or financial paperwork.
- Lack of childcare.
- Any other factor that may limit the student’s ability to successfully continue their program.
Cancelled students will not be charged for tuition or fees provided all materials issued are returned. (Tools, kits, books, etc.) Students not returning these items may be charged for these items. If cancelled, students will not receive academic credit and final course grades, if applicable. Attendance may not be counted, and hours may be unearned in hour-based programs. Students who may have been cancelled, may need to reapply through the admissions office and meet with the finance office. Based upon the circumstances of the student’s cancellation, the student may be denied readmission. Students in Cosmetology, Esthetics or Nail Tech may not be considered for re-enrollment after a cancellation for 30 days.
Students must maintain a 75% attendance each month. Students who fall under the attendance policy will be placed on probation for the following month. If a student goes below 75% while on probation, the student may be dismissed from the program. Students in Cosmetology, Esthetics or Nail Tech may not be considered for re-enrollment after being dropped for attendance for 30 days.