Disciplinary Hierarchy

Faculty members will regularly monitor their students’ performance in class and provide advising as necessary or requested. If a student has not met the criteria of satisfactory progress in the areas of conduct, attendance, or academics at any point during the term, the following hierarchy will be observed when applicable:

  1. Verbal warning
  2. Advising
  3. Probation
  4. Last chance agreement

A student is encouraged to meet regularly with their instructor while on probation. A copy of the signed document will be given to the program counselor (if applicable) and the original will be filed in the student’s file. While on probation, a student remains eligible to receive Title IV funding. If the student has not achieved satisfactory academic progress by the end of the probation term, he/she may be dismissed.

The school reserves the right to dismiss students who have exceeded three probations. Financial aid programs do not typically pay for repeated terms.

Receiving three probations during the duration of a training program will result in a last chance agreement. Once a student is placed on a last chance agreement, any subsequent probations may result in immediate dismissal from the program. Should the student pursue re-enrollment, the last chance agreement will remain in effect (unless restarting a program from quarter one).