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Contact: Rebeca Rosabal
Phone: 305-554-9281
email: rebeca.rosabal@itischool.com

ATTENDANCE POLICIES

Regular attendance and punctuality will help students develop good attendance habits required for successful careers. Students are required to attend all class meetings, to arrive on time, and to stay for the duration of the class. Attendance is recorded on a daily basis.
To maintain satisfactory attendance, students must be present at least 75 percent of classes during the program. The school allows reasonable absences, such as personal illness, death in the family, court appointments, etc. These absences are considered as excused absences and the student will not be penalized for it. However, it is the responsibility of the student to notify the school if he/she is unable to attend classes.
If there are extenuating circumstances that prevent a student from attending classes for an extended time period (e.g. hospitalization and recovery from a serious accident or illness), the student should notify the school to request a leave of absence.
If a student has more than three (3) consecutive unexcused absences, he/she may be called for an advising session. Eight (8) days of consecutive unexcused absence will result in automatic termination. Reinstatement will be left to the Director’s discretion.
In all cases, whether a student has excused or unexcused absences, all missed work must be made up by the student. It is the responsibility of the student to make arrangements with the instructor to make-up missed class work and tests.

MAKE-UP WORK

When students have been absent all work is required to be made up. The student must make arrangements with the instructor to ensure that all work is made-up before the end of the course or module in which the work was missed. Arrangements to take a missed exam must be made with the instructor within two weeks of returning from an absence. When an “I” (incomplete) grade is given, the specific work to be completed and a completion date will be specified to the student. A student who receives an "I" (incomplete) has two weeks from the end of the course to make up any incomplete assignment or examination in order to receive a grade. “I” will be changed to “F” if not satisfactorily completed by the agreed upon date.

LEAVES OF ABSENCE

A leave of absence must be requested in writing by the student or guardian and approved by the School Director. Leave of Absence request may not exceed a total of 180 days in a 12 month period. This 12 month period begins with the first day of the first leave of absence.
A student on an approved leave of absence will retain his/her in-school status, but Financial Aid will cease during the period the student is on an approved leave of absence and recommence once the student return to class. Students receiving Federal Financial Aid must understand and follow Federal Title IV leave of absence regulations.
A student who is granted a leave of absence while attending a course will be required to retake that course upon returning from the leave of absence. The returned date will be coordinated with the school Director to ensure that the returned date will fall at the beginning of a new course.
The student will not incur any additional charges for retaking the course. Expected graduation date will be adjusted according to the number of days the student was on an approved leave of absence.
If a student who does not return when scheduled, he or she will be terminated from the school. The last day of actual attendance will be used for refund purposes. 

TARDINESS POLICY

A student arriving after attendance has been taken is considered late and will be marked absent unless the instructor considers the reason for tardiness legitimate. Continual tardiness to class will result in a determination by the administration as to the student’s ability to continue the program.

SCHOOL ATTIRE

Students are required to be neat and clean in appearance while attending classes. Since the primary purpose of this institution is to prepare the students for employment, students enrolled in a health related program are required to wear a white coat or scrub at all time. Items of dress which may be considered a safety hazard or create classroom disturbance are prohibited.

MAXIMUM TIME FRAME

The maximum time a student may take to complete his/her program of study, including externship, is one and one-half times the length of the program, e.g. course length = 12 weeks, maximum time frame = 18 weeks (12 x 1.5). If the student is unable to complete the program in this time, the student will be terminated and not allowed to graduate.

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