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Student Expulsion Policy

Misuse of College Property
College property is for the provision of College services. Students who damage, misuse, steal or otherwise use the property in a way that is prohibited may be expelled and required to make restitution.

Endangerment of Staff or Students
The College is committed to the right of all College staff, students, clients and visitors to be safe. Students who by action or neglect in any way endanger the safety of themselves or others may be expelled. Prior to expulsion, depending on the severity and nature of the situation, the College may take intermediate steps at its discretion including:

  •  Verbal warning
  •  Written warning
  •  Probation and/or suspension
  •  Expulsion

Students who are subject to expulsion for any reason will be notified in writing, either in-person delivered or by registered mail with return receipt. The college is not responsible for non delivery by registered mail if the student has not provided a valid home address where the student currently resides.

The notification will contain a description of the basis for expulsion and the effective date. Expelled students who dispute the facts of the expulsion and wish to appeal must appeal the decision in writing within one week of the notification by following the college student complaint procedure provided to the student and by providing sufficient proof to support the complaint.

A Student whose expulsion is upheld after having followed the college’s student complaint and appeal procedure, may file a further appeal through the Complaints process of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, provided the students are attending a program approved under the Private Career Colleges Act, 1915.

If a student’s appeal is successful and he/she is eventually reinstated as part of the internal college or Ministry appeal processes, than the college will arrange for the student to make up the training time that he/she had missed since the date of expulsion specified in the written notification.

Settlement of student’s accounts, for students that have been expelled, will be completed under the College’s Fee Refund Policy, using the effective date of expulsion as the final day of attendance in their program of study.

Return of Property
A student who is expelled is responsible for the return of any College property in his/her own possession within 10 days of the expulsion and will be held financially responsible for any property not returned in good condition or as outlined in the student contract.