Regular attendance in classes is expected. Cultivation of correct habits and punctuality is just as important as the acquisition of knowledge and the development of skill. When absences must occur, the student should notify the college immediately.
Each instructor will maintain individual student attendance records and establish attendance policies. Excessive absence may result in the student being dropped from the course, receiving a failing grade or receiving a grade reduction. A faculty review will evaluate situations necessitating student dismissal or removal from a course.
Any student who misses a test or final exam may be charged a make-up fee. The responsibility for making up work missed because of absence rests directly upon the student.
Student Handbook/ Right to Know
Policies regarding absences, grading systems, quality points, grievance procedures, etc., are further explained in the Student Handbook/Right to Know, a copy of which is given to each student upon entering the College.
Students are held responsible for abiding by all regulations set forth in this catalog and the Student Handbook/Right to Know. While one may seek the advice of an advisor, final responsibility for any decision reached or action taken is the student’s.
All students are expected to dress neatly and modestly. Proper grooming is expected.