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SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY (SAP)

 
 

It is important that you as a student understand the school’s satisfactory progress policy.  This not only determines your personal progress so that you may see how you are progressing in learning your new career, it also determines if you are meeting and maintaining the requirements in regard to any title IV funds you may have applied for.  Should your attendance or grades fall below standards you will endanger your ability to utilize any title IV funds to pay for your education
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY (SAP)
The College’s Basic Barber Styling Course is 1,500 clock hours. Satisfactory progress is evaluated at 450, 900, 1200 & 1500 clock hours.
(A) The student is required to make quantitative progress toward program completion. To be making satisfactory academic progress, a student must attend at least 67% of the scheduled class hours on a cumulative basis during each evaluation period
(B) The student’s academic average is reviewed to determine qualitative progress - Theory (written) and practical application. The minimum required is 75% in both these areas at the conclusion of each evaluation period.
Incomplete grades are not given, and students must repeat any classes in which they earn less than a 75% average. The lowest grade will be dropped and the highest grade will be used to calculate the academic average. Course work repeated may adversely affect a student's academic progress in terms of the maximum time frame.  Students who withdraw from the program will receive a grade of 0% in each class interrupted by the withdrawal. All interrupted classes must be repeated upon readmission to the institution.

PROBATION
If a student fails to meet the cumulative minimum 67% attendance or 75% grade average for any evaluation period, or both, he/she will be placed on probation for the next evaluation period. The student is not eligible for financial aid while on probation. Failure to achieve 67% minimum attendance or a 75% grade average, or both, at the end of the probationary evaluation period will result in the administrative withdrawal of the student. Students will be notified in writing when they are placed on probation and the steps necessary to be removed from probationary status. Students will also receive attendance or academic advising, from the School Director, as appropriate, when they are placed on probation. The institution will notify a student by certified mail if he/she is being administratively withdrawn for unsatisfactory academic progress.
SATISAFCTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS APPEAL PROCESS
The student may submit a written appeal of his/her dismissal within five (5) calendar days of receipt of the dismissal notice. The appeal must be accompanied by documentation of the mitigating circumstances that have prevented the student from attaining satisfactory academic progress and evidence that changes have occurred to allow the student to now meet standards of satisfactory academic progress. Only extraordinary circumstances will be considered, such as death or severe illness in the immediate family. Before an appeal may be granted, a written academic plan must be provided to the student which clearly identifies a viable plan for the student to successfully complete the program within the maximum timeframe allowed. The School Director will assess all appeals, and determine whether the student may be permitted to continue in school on a probationary status, despite not meeting the satisfactory progress requirements. The student will be sent the written decision within ten (10) days of the Institute’s receipt of the appeal. The decision of the School Director is final. Students reinstated upon appeal are on a probationary status for the next evaluation period, during which time they must meet the terms and conditions set out in the School Director’s letter granting the appeal. At the end of the evaluation period, and at the end of every evaluation period thereafter, the student’s academic status will be reviewed. The student may continue on probation as long as he/she meets the terms of the probation, until such time as satisfactory academic progress status is regained. The student reinstated after dismissal and appeal is not eligible for financial aid until he/she regains satisfactory progress status by meeting the minimum SAP standards.

 

 

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