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Refund Policy

IT Expert System Inc.’s cancellation and refund policy has been constructed to balance students’ occasional need to change their education plans with the institution’s financial investment in reserving a seat for that student in a classroom.

Students should be aware that timely notice of cancellation or withdrawal is essential to securing the maximum refund. Students must take care of notifying the institution as soon as possible regarding their intention either to cancel their enrollment contract or withdraw from the institution.

Cancellation Policy

A student’s enrollment agreement will be considered canceled, and all monies paid by the applicant will be refunded if, prior to the beginning of classes.

If any of the following clause applies:

  1. The Institution did not provide the prospective student with a copy of the student’s valid enrollment agreement and a current catalog or bulletin.

  2. The Institution cancels the student’s enrollment before the start of the course.

  3. The Institution cancels or discontinues the course of instruction in which the student has enrolled.

  4. The Institution fails to conduct classes on days or times scheduled, detrimentally affecting the student.

  5. The applicant presents medical evidence of inability to participate in the program.


If an applicant requests cancellation before classes begin, but after five business days following the postmarked date of the college’s letter of acceptance, the college will retain the application fee, not to exceed $100, but will refund all other monies paid for the contract term. 

A student who on personal initiative and without solicitation enrolls, starts, and completes a course of instruction before midnight of the fifth business day after the enrollment agreement is signed, is not subject to the cancellation provisions of this section.

Tuition Refunds

A full refund against the tuition and fees or a credit in a comparable amount against future tuition and fees will be offered to students who are called for active duty or active service. Full flexibility for re-enrollment and re-application will be offered to these students.


Students who cancel their classes from the institution may be eligible for tuition and fee refunds based on the refund table below.


  1. 100% refund for any medical emergency or death in the family and with proof of submission.

  2. 80% refunded if a student decides to drop out after the second week of class starts.

  3. After the first class, all refunds are processed on a case-by-case basis; relying on the student’s reasons/feedback for discontinuation of the Program(s).

  4. Reasons include but are not limited to: students not interested in the program content, students do not adapt to the teaching methods, conveyance issues, students facing personal crises, etc.

  5. For students who utilize the cancellation privilege a full refund will be made in 10 business days.

Students must make a written request for withdrawal and a request for a refund. If a student has attended the classes in person or on the web or missed the classes prior to the formal request, then these weeks counts will be considered as the student has taken the classes and these number of weeks will be used in determining the refund amount.

If there is a billing balance or outstanding balance, the student may still be liable for unpaid institutional costs as well as any non-institutional costs. The Institution may deduct an administrative fee of $100 from the amount of the total refund.


A student who must terminate his or her education is encouraged to give notice of cancellation to the institution in writing.


Withdrawal procedures 

IT Expert’s honor withdrawal notice with the following information:

  1. Student complete name

  2. Student identification number

  3. Student return address, contact number, and email address.

  4. The course/program name of the withdrawal

  5. the student’s complete legal signature, reflecting the student's full name.

  6. Reason for withdrawal

  1. Withdrawals 72 hours before the first day of program class with the right justification will receive a full refund.

  2. Withdrawals submitted through the second week of program classes will receive an 80% refund.

  3. After five weeks, a student may still withdraw; however, there are no refunds for withdrawals.

  4. Once a student withdraws from a course, his/ her transcript will read as ‘W’ as a grade for that course in the final transcript of the program.

Note: Our goal is to ensure the students are trained and are competitive in the job market.

Standard of Satisfactory Academic Progress


Policy Statement: IT Expert System Inc. is committed to helping students achieve satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of their programs. To that end, the organization has established the following satisfactory academic progress policy:

  • Procedure: The following procedures will be followed to implement the satisfactory academic progress policy:

  • Monitoring: The organization will monitor student academic progress at the end of each academic period.

  • Notification: Students who fail to meet the minimum academic progress standards will be notified in writing of their academic standing and any resulting probation or suspension.

  • Academic Advisor: Students on academic warning or probation will be required to meet with their academic advisor to develop an academic improvement plan.

  • Academic Appeals: Students may appeal an academic progress decision by submitting a written appeal to the Academic Appeals Committee.


Attendance: Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes and laboratory sessions. Failure to attend regularly will result in the student being placed on academic warning or probation.


Satisfactory Progress: Satisfactory academic progress is measured both qualitatively, by reviewing the educational objectives completed, and quantitatively by reviewing the cumulative attendance rate. A minimum of 90% cumulative attendance is required, with no more than 10% excused absences. Absences above 10% are unexcused and must be made up.

  • Qualitative Progress: Students need to maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (a C average). Grade point values are A = 4.0, B = 3.0, C = 2.0, D = 1.0, F = 0. Grades of I, P, NP, and W are not calculated in the GPA. In the case of a repeat course, only the higher grade is calculated into the grade point average.

  • Completion Rate: Students need to complete a minimum of 80 percent of coursework (registered clock hours) attempted at IT Expert System Inc.

Any course with a grade withdrawing (W), (F), incomplete (I)), or No Pass (NP) is not considered completed coursework. A course is counted as completed only once, regardless of how many times attempted or the grade earned.

  • Maximum Timeframe: Students are expected to complete their programs within a specified timeframe. Students must complete their                                          programs within 90% of the published length of their program.

  • Warning and Probation: Students who fail to maintain the minimum academic standards will be placed on academic warning or                                                    probation. During the warning or probationary period, students will be required to meet with their academic                                              advisor to develop an academic improvement plan.

  • Suspension and Termination: If a student fails to meet the minimum academic progress standards during the probationary period, they                                                 may be suspended or terminated from their program.

  • Appeals: Students who wish to appeal an academic progress decision may do so by submitting a written appeal to the Academic                         advisor. The appeal must state the grounds for the appeal and be supported by relevant documentation.

  • Notification Process:

    • Written Communication: Students are notified in writing via email when they fail to meet SAP standards. It should clearly outline the specific SAP standards the student failed to meet and the consequences.

    • Timely Notification: IT Expert System Inc notify students promptly after the end of each course if they are not meeting SAP standards. This allows students to understand their status and take appropriate action.

    • Providing Guidance: In addition to notifying students of their SAP status, we offer guidance and resources to help students improve their academic standing. This includes academic advising, tutoring, or study skills workshops.

Complaint Policy



The student complaint policy of IT Expert System Inc. is established to provide a clear and transparent process for students to express their concerns, complaints, or grievances related to academic, administrative, or interpersonal matters within the institution. This policy is designed to foster a culture of accountability, continuous improvement, and student satisfaction.



The following guidelines describe how a student at IT Expert System Inc. should file a complaint against another member of the Institution community. Complaints should be filed as soon as possible, but no more than 90 days after the incident occurs. Students can contact IBHE if complaints are not satisfactorily resolved with the school.

IBHE contact information:

Address: 1 N Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite # 333, Springfield, IL - 62701



Process for Filing a Complaint

IT Expert System requires a concerned or aggrieved student to make a concerted effort to resolve the complaint informally. At this stage, the student should talk directly with the staff person, faculty member, or administrator with whom the problem or question exists. During this step, the student should share their concern directly so that the other person has an opportunity to hear the concern verbatim and attempt to resolve the specific issue at hand. In this situation, the presenting student should consider these tips:

  • Contact the organization employee by phone or email to schedule an appointment.

  • Briefly state the purpose of the requested meeting

  • During the meeting, clearly explain the concern and suggest a remedy that would help to resolve it.

Enrolled and prospective students, face to face and online, may register concerns in a variety of ways ranging from informal conversations, formal appeals, to feedback on evaluation surveys. If a student wants to register a formal complaint it must be submitted in writing or by email (the official communication medium at the Mount). Written/emailed formal complaints should describe the issue or concern and must include the student's name, signature (electronic signature acceptable), and date. Formal complaints should be submitted to the President, who will determine if further action is necessary.


Steps for Formal Complaint:


  • Within 10 days of the receipt of a complaint it will be acknowledged in writing and initially reviewed by the staff of IT Expert.

  • It is the complainant's responsibility to do the following:

    • State the complaint in the clearest possible terms.

    • Provide, in writing, a clear description of the evidence upon which the allegation is based.

    • Demonstrate that all remedies available at the institution (grievance procedures, appeals, hearings, etc.) have been exhausted. The complainant should describe what has been done in this regard.

    • Acknowledge awareness that IT Expert staff may send a copy of the complaint to the President.

    • Include name and address.

    • Sign the complaint.


  • Within ten days of the receipt of a complaint it will be acknowledged in writing and initially reviewed by the staff of IT Expert. Individual complaints, whether acted upon or not by the IT Expert, will be retained in IT Expert files.

  • If the IT Expert Management finds the complaint to be not within its scope of policies and jurisdiction, the complainant will be notified.

  • If the complaint appears to be within the scope of the IT Expert’s policies and jurisdiction, and is substantially documented, a copy of the complaint will be forwarded to the institution's chief executive, who will be asked to respond to the complaint by addressing a letter and any supporting evidence to the President of IT Expert within thirty days.

  • The IT Expert Management will review the complaint, the response, and the evidence submitted by the President, and will determine one of the following:

    • That the complaint will not be processed further. The complainant will be notified within ten days.

    • That the complaint has sufficient substance to warrant further investigation. If an IT Expert decides to investigate a complaint, it will inform the complainant of its decision to investigate, and at the same time, it will inform the institution of its intent to investigate.

  • As part of its investigation, IT Expert may request information for the purpose of fact-finding. If further investigation is warranted, the time to conduct the investigation may vary considerably depending on the circumstances and the nature of the complaint.

  • IT Expert will prepare a Report of the Findings of the Complaint Investigation. Prior to the IT Expert’s disposition of the complaint, the student will have an opportunity to respond in writing within thirty days to the findings of the investigation.

  • IT Expert will consider the Complaint, the Report of the Findings of the Complaint Investigation, and any student’s response to the findings of the investigation in reaching a disposition on the Complaint. Although every effort will be made to expedite a decision, it is not possible to guarantee a specific time frame in which the process will be completed.

  • If the IT Expert’s deliberations conclude that there is credible evidence that the student is not meeting the policies, the IT Expert may (a) provide directives to the student to take immediate corrective actions, or (b) invoke any of the sanctions provided for in policy. IT Expert will also schedule appropriate monitoring of the student’s subsequent response, including calling for Special Reports.

  •  The decision is final and will be communicated by the President of IT Expert to the student. IT Expert will provide the student with copies of correspondence that state the outcome of the complaint within ten days of the decision on the disposition of the complaint. 

  • The IT Expert will keep a record of the students’ complaints. IT Expert staff will report to the Management annually regarding the status and resolution of student complaints and a comprehensive evaluation, and a summary of any complaints will be provided to the IT Expert Management Team for consideration.

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions


According to federal copyright law, unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material may subject persons in violation to civil and criminal liabilities.


Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code (USC)). These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work. In the file-sharing context, downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement.

All members of IT Expert System Inc. – students, faculty staff members, and administrators – are responsible for complying with the requirements of the copyright law. It will be assumed that the copyright law applies to all material unless one of the following applies:

The work is in the public domain, including works by the U.S. Government.

  • The use of the work qualifies as fair use under the copyright law; or,

  • Prior written permission from the author has been obtained, or appropriate royalties or licensing fees have been paid in exchange for usage rights.


 IT Expert System Inc. takes the protection of intellectual property seriously, whether it is that of a student, a faculty member, or a source outside the IT Expert System Inc. Community.  All concerns related to the violation of copyright and trademark law are referred to the administration.  Students are exposed to concepts that tie into plagiarism throughout their academic career and are offered additional workshops and other opportunities outside the classroom to improve their understanding of this important legal principle.


Brief Definitions:

Copyright infringement (also piracy) is the use of any work protected by copyright law without permission where such permission is required. Plagiarism is copying another person’s ideas and misrepresentation those ideas as one’s own work.  Plagiarism can lead to expulsion from an institution of higher education and cause permanent damage to a student’s professional reputation.  Even cases of accidental plagiarism are investigated by schools and can lead to serious consequences.

Examples of Appropriate Uses of Copyrighted Works:

  • Appropriate Classroom Uses of Copyrighted Works

    • Distribute multiple copies of excerpts of copyrighted works that meet the fair use standards (including the copyright notice).

    • Show Videos or DVDs in class for instructional purposes (if the professor owns a legal copy)

    • Listen to CDs or records in class for instructional purposes (if the professor owns a legal copy)

  • Appropriate Out-of-Classroom Uses of Copyrighted Works in the Library:

    • Make copies of articles, book chapters, essays, short stories, etc. for class preparation or research.

    • Place photocopies of excerpts of copyrighted works that meet the fair use standards on reserve (include copyright notice).

    • Place originals of books, CDs, DVDs, or other materials on reserve.

    • Place electronic copies of articles and electronic books from library databases on reserve.

  • Appropriate Online Uses of Copyrighted Works as part of a student’s coursework:

    • Post-instructor-authored materials (syllabus, notes, etc.)

    • Post copies of material from the public domain

    • Post or link to materials according to a Creative Commons license.

    • Link to articles from library databases (ask a librarian for help if needed)

    • Link to freely available websites

  • Examples of Inappropriate Uses of Copyrighted Works.

    • Posting copyrighted materials on the open web without permission.

    • Copying from consumable materials, e.g., workbooks, test booklets, etc.

    • Copying and distributing or placing on reserve the same excerpts for more than one semester without copyright permission.

    • Copying large portions of materials, especially to avoid purchasing a copy.

Copyright Violations/ Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties.

  • Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code). These rights include the right to reproduce, distribute, adapt, or publicly perform or display a copyrighted work. In the file-sharing context, downloading or uploading a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement.

  • Academic consequences for wilfully violating copyright laws include, but are not limited to:

    • Recording the grade for the assignment or test as a zero (0)

    • Requiring an alternate assignment or test to be completed

    • Removing the student from the course

    • Removing the student from the Institute

  • Potential Civil and Criminal Sanctions for Copyright Infringement:

    • In general, anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or “statutory” damages affixed per work infringed.

    • For “willful” infringement, a court may award per work infringed. A court can, in its discretion, also assess costs and attorney’s fees. For details, see Title 17, USC, Sections 504 and 505.

    •  Willful copyright infringement can also result in criminal penalties, including imprisonment of up to five years and fines per offense. For details, see Title 17, USC, Section 506, and Title 18, USC, Section 2319.

  •  Policy Violations

    • Inappropriate conduct and violations of policy violations will be addressed by the appropriate procedures and agents (e.g., the Office of the Dean, the Office of the Vice President, Academic Affairs, or the Office of Human Resources) depending on the individual’s affiliation to IT Expert System Inc.

    • In cases where a user violates any of the terms of this policy, the user may – in addition to other remedies, temporarily or permanently be denied access to any and all IT Expert System Inc. computing resources, and appropriate disciplinary actions may be taken, up to and including dismissal.

For more information, please see the Web site of the U.S. Copyright Office at, and also at

  • Creative Commons.

    • If it becomes difficult for a student to complete an assignment while respecting the copyrights on a source, one alternative is to look for an alternate source with a Creative Commons license.

    • Many authors are now choosing another option between copyright’s “all rights reserved” and the complete freedom of public domain use. This option allows authors and creators to decide which rights they wish to reserve but is more generous about use than traditional copyright. See




The purpose of this policy is to show commitment to ensuring a safe and healthy organization and operational environment for everyone, free from alcohol and drug use and /or abuse.


This policy applies to all active Students and employees of IT Expert System Inc.

All individuals actively engaged with IT Expert System Inc. and its members are expected to report fit for duty. They must be able to perform assigned duties safely and acceptably, without any limitations due to the use or aftereffects of alcohol, drugs, non-prescription drugs, prescribed medication, or any other substances.



In compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 and as a demonstration of the Institute’s longstanding commitment to providing a safe, quality-oriented, and productive work environment, this policy has been established to reduce and prevent drug-and-alcohol related problems within the Institute community. Drug and alcohol abuse poses a threat to the health and safety of students and employees and to the security of the Institute’s equipment and facilities. It is important that all members of the Institute community comply with applicable laws related to drugs and alcohol and understand the risks and consequences of substance abuse.


IT Expert System Inc. prohibits the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by employees and students on Institute premises, property, or as part of its activities.

The Institute expects all employees to report to work fit for duty and free of any adverse effects of illegal drugs or alcohol. This policy does not prohibit employees from the lawful use and possession of prescribed medications. Employees must, however, consult with their doctors about the medications’ effect on their fitness for duty and ability to work safely, and they must promptly disclose any work restrictions to their instructor.

Whenever employees are working, operating any Institute vehicle, present on campus, or are conducting Institute-related work offsite, they are prohibited from:

  • Using, possessing, buying, selling, manufacturing, or dispensing an illegal drug (including possession of drug paraphernalia).

  • Being under the influence of alcohol or an illegal drug as defined in this policy.

  • Possessing or consuming alcohol.

IT Expert System Inc. Will also not allow employees to perform their duties while taking prescribed drugs that adversely affect their ability to perform their job duties safely and effectively. Employees taking prescribed medication must carry it in a container labeled by a licensed pharmacist or be prepared to produce the container if asked. Detectable amounts of any illegal drug or illegal controlled substance while performing Institute business or while on campus is prohibited. Any illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia will be turned over to an appropriate law enforcement agency and may result in criminal prosecution.

While alcohol is served at certain Institute functions, employees must demonstrate good judgment if consuming alcohol during these events. It is important to note that if an employee is required to return to work after an event where alcohol is served, they must not consume alcohol at the said event as this would be in violation of Institute policy.


IT Expert System Inc. Has established clear and specific sanctions for violations of its standards of conduct. These sanctions, ranging from warnings and mandatory referral to substance abuse awareness programs for minor offenses to dismissal and/or referral to civil authorities for major and/or multiple offenses, are applied consistently and fairly.



The IT Expert System Inc. will provide an employee awareness program to inform employees of the danger of using controlled substances and/or alcohol in the workplace.


  • Employees must seek assistance for drug or alcohol abuse problems before policy infractions occur and disciplinary action is necessary.

  • Employees are encouraged to seek help from a trained counsellor or licensed treatment facility within the community. Information about drug and alcohol counseling and rehabilitation will be provided as needed.

  • All associated costs for rehabilitation treatment will be borne by the employee. Some health insurance programs offer partial payment for treatment of problems related to drug or alcohol abuse.

  • Once the drug or alcohol abuse policy is violated, subsequent enrolment in a treatment program will not necessarily lessen disciplinary action and may have no bearing on the determination of appropriate disciplinary action.


IT Expert System Inc. Will assist and support employees who voluntarily seek help for drug or alcohol problems before becoming subject to discipline or termination under this or other Institute policies. The Employee Assistance Program provides professional counseling and referral as well as consultation and information to IT Expert System Inc. Employees and their families through their health coverage provided through the Institute. For issues of drug and alcohol abuse, short-term counseling is available through this program. If necessary, referrals can be made to private counsellors or community agencies. All services of the Employee Assistance Program are confidential.


The Board delegates to the Administration the responsibility for establishing guidelines that promote a Drug & Alcohol-Free Workplace and developing procedures for dealing with policy violations. In the absence of specific further guidelines, this policy shall govern.

For more information, contact Human Resources at (847)350-9034 or

Transfer of Credit Policy

This Transfer of Credit Policy outlines the guidelines and procedures for the transfer of credits from and to external educational institutions to IT Expert System Inc., a leading technology organization. This Policy is designed to ensure a fair and transparent process for evaluating giving and accepting credits earned by individuals who have completed relevant coursework or programs at accredited institutions. 

1.POLICY STATEMENT – Taking Credit at IT Expert System Inc 

IT Expert System Inc. recognizes and values the educational achievements of its employees and job applicants. The company aims to provide opportunities for professional growth and career advancement, including acknowledging and applying eligible transfer credits. The transfer of credits is subject to the following conditions: 

1.1 Eligibility 

a) The transfer of credits is applicable to individuals who are currently enrolled as students at IT EXPERT SYSTEM INC. 

b) The credits must have been earned from an accredited educational institution recognized by IT EXPERT SYSTEM INC. 

c) Only courses or programs that are deemed equivalent to those offered by IT EXPERT SYSTEM INC. will be considered for credit transfer. 


1.2 Transferable Credits 

a) The evaluation of transferable credits will be determined on a case-by-case basis by the Academic Department, in consultation with relevant faculty or subject matter experts. 

b) Only credits earned within the last 3 years will be considered for transfer. 

c) The maximum number of credits that can be transferred shall not exceed 40% of the total credits required for the relevant program or degree. 

d) Transfer credits will be accepted for courses or programs that align with the technical skills, knowledge, and competencies required for the specific program within IT EXPERT SYSTEM INC. 

1.3 Limitations and Conditions 

a) The acceptance of transferred credits does not exempt students from meeting all other requirements for a particular program or degree, including but not limited to academic performance, completion of mandatory courses. 

b) Transferred credits will not be considered for financial reimbursement or monetary compensation. 

c) The transfer of credits does not guarantee the waiver of any course or program required by IT Expert System Inc. 

d) The transferred credits will be evaluated for their relevance and applicability to the student's current or potential program within IT Expert System Inc. 

2. Policy Statement – Taking Credit at External Education Institution 

IT Expert System Inc. is committed to supporting its students in their educational goals, including facilitating the transfer of credits to external educational institutions. This policy outlines the guidelines and procedures for students who wish to transfer their credits earned at IT Expert System Inc. to other recognized institutions. 


2.1 Eligibility for Credit Transfer 

Students seeking to transfer their credits must meet the following eligibility criteria: 


  • The student must be enrolled at IT Expert System Inc. and be in good academic standing. 

  • The student must have completed the required coursework and earned a passing grade in each course. 

  • The student must adhere to the specific transfer credit policies and procedures of the external educational institution they wish to transfer to. 


2.2 Transfer Credit Evaluation 

Students requesting a transfer of credits must initiate the process by contacting the Office at IT Expert System Inc and college/institute where they want to transfer the credit. 


IT Expert and recipient external college Office will evaluate the student's request for transfer credits based on the following criteria: 

  • The external educational institution must be recognized and accredited by an appropriate accrediting body. 

  • The course(s) for which credit is requested must be substantially similar in content, learning outcomes, and academic rigor to those offered at IT Expert System Inc. 

  • The student must provide official transcripts and supporting documentation for the completed coursework. 


The recipient external college Office will assess the student's transcript and supporting documentation to determine the maximum number of credits eligible for transfer. 


Transfer credits may only be granted for courses in which the student earned a grade of "C" or higher, or its equivalent. 


The recipient external college Office will notify the student of the approved transfer credits, including the number of credits and the equivalent courses at IT Expert System Inc. 


2.3 Limitations on Transfer Credits 

The maximum number of transfer credits that can be applied towards a program of study at IT Expert System Inc. will be determined by the specific program requirements and the policies of the external educational institution. 


Transfer credits may not fulfill specific program or course requirements if the content or learning outcomes differ significantly from those of the corresponding courses at IT Expert System Inc. In such cases, the student may need to complete additional coursework to fulfill the program requirements. 


3. Transfer of Credit Procedure 

Students must submit a Transfer Credit Request Form, available from the Office, along with official transcripts and any supporting documentation. 

The Office will review the request within a reasonable timeframe and communicate the decision to the student. 


If the transfer credit request is approved, the Office will update the student's academic record to reflect the transfer credits earned. The decision of the Office regarding the appeal is final. 


The student is responsible for providing the updated academic record, including transfer.  


4. Responsibilities 

4.1 Academic Department 

  • Review and evaluate the eligibility of transfer credits. 

  • Communicate the decision to the student within the specified timeframe. 

  • Maintain accurate records of transfer credits and update student profiles accordingly. 


4.2 Faculty or Subject Matter Experts 

  • Provide input and expertise in evaluating the equivalency of courses or programs. 

  • Collaborate with the Academic Department to ensure the fair assessment and acceptance of transfer credits. 


This Transfer of Credit Policy will be periodically reviewed to ensure its effectiveness and relevance. The review process will involve the Academic Department, relevant faculty, and other stakeholders to incorporate any necessary updates or changes. 

Student Handbook 

4.the PPCS Act Rule 42 for Nebraska:

005.02F1 If cancellation occurs within seventy-two (72) hours of enrollment, all monies paid shall be refunded.

005.02F2 If cancellation occurs after seventy-two (72) hours of enrollment, but before classes at the resident school begin or distance education materials are delivered, a refund shall be made of all tuition paid except a registration fee not to exceed one hundred fifty ($150.00).

005.02F3 If cancellation occurs after classes at the resident school have begun or after distance education materials have been delivered, the school shall adhere strictly to the refund policy published in the school's catalog or in the enrollment agreement. Once books and supplies have been issued, they become the property of students and any refunds on them shall be at the discretion of the school.

005.02F4 A full refund is due students whose contracted educational services are denied as a result of intentional deception, or misrepresentation of facts, or the use of advertising, which is known to be false, inaccurate, or misleading.


005.02F5 A full refund is due an individual whose admission is denied by the school.

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