Student Forms

Here you can find the various forms you may need.

 

Internship forms

For the ATM students who will be Interning the application forms are below.
TAKE IT IN WITH YOU!!!!!!!
Also for those of you that have your POLICE RECORDS please take them along with your & ID (government issued id).
Some students will be required to get an updated police record.

 

 

Internship Evaluation

Internship Evaluation

 

 

Second year form
INTERNSHIP-AGREEMENT-FINAL1

 

Third Year form

INTERNSHIP-AGREEMENT-FINAL 2

 

Registration Form

Please fill out this form and return/email to the Registrar or Student Services.
StudentRegistrationForm

 

 

Re-Sit Form

Please use this form to apply for a re-sit of failed courses
Resit-application-form

 

Letter Request Form

Please fill out a request for any letters that you may wish the school to provide.
LetterRequestForm.doc

 

Leave of Absence/Form

From time to time, circumstances compel students in the College to interrupt their enrollment. These breaks in enrollment are formally recognized as leaves of absence  and fall into one of four categories:

  1. a leave of absence while in good standing;
  2. a leave of absence while on warning or probation;
  3. a leave of absence for medical reasons; and
  4. an involuntary leave of absence.

 

Leave of Absence While in Good Standing

Students in good standing will normally receive permission to take a Leave of Absence once cleared by the Chief Instructor for a program, the Financial Manager and the College Director. Return may be granted by contacting the College Director at least six weeks in advance the next semester. An email or letter informing the College Director of the planned return and explaining the student’s activities while on leave of absence is sufficient.

It is the College’s expectation that students will not exceed one semester of leave over the course of their undergraduate career.

Leave of Absence While on Warning or Probation

Students placed on academic warning or probation are eligible to apply for a leave of absence under the conditions stated above, but their academic status will remain in effect upon their resumption of studies.

Upon resuming studies, students on academic warning and probation are expected to complete 85 percent of the courses with a minimum GPA of 2.0; courses must be completed on time. At the end of that semester, students on warning either will be returned to good standing or they may be placed on academic probation and an official notation will be placed on the transcript. Students returning on academic probation who fail to meet the minimum expectations may be withdrawn from the College and barred from further registration for at least one year. The College is not obliged to approve student re-admissions.

Leave of Absence for Medical Reasons

Students may be granted leaves for medical reasons at any time and resumption is contingent upon the condition being resolved or managed successfully. In such cases, the College Director may require information from a physician or therapist attesting to the readiness of the student to successfully resume studies.

While a leave of absence for medical reasons may be granted at any time, tuition is only fully refunded if the leave of absence is arranged either at the end of the semester prior to when the leave is to begin. For the refund schedule, visit the Financial Manager.

If a leave of absence for medical reasons lasts more than a semester, the student’s status in the College will be changed to withdrawn. However, before a student is withdrawn, the College Director will seek input from the student to determine whether an additional semester (at most), of leave will enable the student to resolve his or her medical issues in order to successfully resume studies.

Leave of Absence – Involuntary

The College may require an involuntary leave of absence when it is determined:

  1. that the student has engaged, or threatened to engage, in behavior which has or could cause significant property damage, or that has or could directly and substantially impede the rightful activities of others; and/or;
  2. based on the consultation with the College Director and  instructors, that the student is unable to function as a student and/or the student’s continued presence on campus poses a substantial risk to the safety and well-being of the student and/or others.

A return from an involuntary leave of absence is governed by the College and as such CAC is not obliged to approve student re-admissions.

Withdrawal – Voluntary

Students who decide not to return to the College must formally withdraw their registration. To do so, students should contact the College. Students who decide to return to the College after being withdrawn must apply for readmission. The College is not obliged to approve student re-admissions. Students who are readmitted are expected to complete their studies without further interruption.

Withdrawal – Involuntary

Students who fail to return to good standing after a semester of academic probation will be withdrawn from the College and banned from further registration for a period to be determined. At the time of withdrawal, students are advised of the conditions under which they may resume their studies in the College. A student who has been withdrawn twice for academic reasons is not eligible to apply for a second readmission.

Students may be withdrawn from the College because of financial or administrative restrictions. Restrictions may result from a student’s failure to fulfill financial obligations to the College or to comply with College rules and regulations. Whenever possible, students are warned of an impending restriction and are notified when one has been imposed. In order to resume studies in subsequent quarters, students need to clear the restriction with the administrative or academic office which imposed it. If a student anticipates being unable to clear the restriction in a timely manner, he or she should meet with a dean of students as soon as possible to request an approved leave of absence.

Requesting a Leave of Absence or Withdrawal

If you are a student who needs to interrupt or discontinue enrollment in the College, you should request a leave of absence or withdrawal by taking the following steps:

  • Discuss the implications of interrupting your enrollment with your College adviser. Schedule a leave of absence/withdrawal appointment with the College Director. Bring a completed Request for Leave of Absence or Withdrawal form to your appointment with the College Director.
  • Speak with the Financial Manager about the implications of a leave on current obligations.

Returning to the College from a Leave of Absence or Withdrawal

For students on a leave of absence, the deadline for notifying the College Director about resuming studies is at least six weeks prior to the start of the semester in which the student intends to return. An email informing the College Director and Student Service Officer of the planned return and explaining the student’s activities while on leave of absence is sufficient. The College Director, in the case of a leave granted for medical reasons, may require information from a physician or therapist attesting to the readiness of the student to successfully resume studies.

 

Student Withdrawal Form