College Policies & Procedures

Academic Advisement

Every matriculated student is assigned a faculty advisor under her/his program of study. The advisor meets with each student prior to registration in order to assist with and approve course selection. The academic advisor is also available as needed throughout the semester to provide academic counseling. All non-degree seeking students will be advised through the Admissions Processing Office.

Student Responsibilities in Advising Include:

Discussing long-range plans with your advisor

Discussing a choice of major with your advisor

Making final decisions about choices concerning academic matters

Being able and willing to ask intelligent questions about your degree program

Keeping your advisor informed of changes in schedules, academic problems, change of major, etc.

Making regular appointments with your advisor and seeking help when needed

Keeping advising appointments and being on time

Gathering all decision making information before appointments

Following through on referrals

Accepting responsibility for decisions and academic choices

Academic Grievance Procedure

Students should speak with the faculty member directly or with their advisor regarding any complaint they may have about any instructor, to try and resolve the situation.

1. If a student finds that the problem was not resolved, the student should present his/her complaint in a written and signed letter given to the Program Director under which the instructor teaches. The Program Director will contact both the student and the instructor involved to try to resolve the issue. The Program Director will document and date all investigation of the complaint and all findings which will then be attached to the letter of complaint and filed. 

2. If the student feels the complaint was not resolved by the Program Director, he/she may petition the Division Chair for a meeting at which the student will present in his/her own writing a letter of complaint. The Division Chair will meet with the faculty member involved. The faculty member may write a reaction to the student complaint. The Division Chair will attempt to resolve the issue. All actions are to be put in writing, dated and attached to the letter. 

3. The student may petition the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention in writing regarding the complaint if he/she feels the matter has not been resolved satisfactorily. 

4. The Assistant Dean will request all records and dated action notations regarding the dispute from the Chair and Program Director and advising file. The Assistant Dean will meet with the student and the faculty member involved to resolve the complaint. The decision of the Dean of Academic Support and Retention is final.

Academic Honesty

Manor College expects that its students will uphold the principles of truth and honesty in the performance of all academic work. Plagiarism (the unacknowledged use of another person’s words or assistance) and academic cheating (falsifying data, submitting without instructor’s approval work in one course which was done for another, actually doing another student’s work, and/or the use of any unauthorized aid) are prohibited.

Digital plagiarism (cutting, pasting and copying sections of an article written by another; downloading papers from a “paper mill” web site and submitting as work written by the student; utilizing any graphics or audio or video clips without permission; and submitting any work with an electronic source without correct citation) is strictly prohibited and a violation of fair use and intellectual property rights.

The Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention will be formally notified of any violations of this policy. The penalty for the violation will be a grade of “F” for the assignment. Any subsequent violations will result in a grade of “F” for the course and possible dismissal from the college.

Academic Probation and Dismissal

Any student who fails to maintain a 2.0 (C) average for a given semester incurs academic probationary status. Students who fail to maintain a 2.0 average in their area of specialization incur probationary status. Students with a semester or cumulative G.P.A. of 0.00 may be considered for dismissal. Students who have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 after completing two semesters at Manor will be dismissed from the college unless the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention decides to allow the student to continue with probationary status. Academic progress is reviewed at the end of each semester for all students by the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention, who notifies the Director of Financial Aid of any student in jeopardy of probation or dismissal. See Financial Aid-Academic Progress Policy for Financial Aid Note.  It is the responsibility of the student to keep track of their semester and cumulative G.P.A.   This information can be seen on the Student Portal.

Academic Year

The regular academic year is comprised of two semesters: Fall and Spring, each 15 weeks in length. Fourteen weeks consist of classes, and the 15th week is reserved for final exams. Accelerated courses are 7 weeks in length during fall and spring. The Summer semester is comprised of two sessions, each 6 weeks in length.

Average full-time students, upon entering Manor, will take 4 to 6 semesters to complete their course work, depending on the program they choose. Average part-time students, upon entering Manor, will take 6 to 10 semesters to complete their course work, depending on the program they choose.

The Adult Learner Accelerated academic year is comprised of two semesters: Fall and Spring, each 15 weeks in length. Three, 5-week accelerated courses are offered in the evenings each semester. Accelerated science courses with a lab are 7 weeks in the evening or on Saturday during the fall and spring. The accelerated option includes a 3-week Intercession between the fall and spring semesters, a 3-week Maymester at the end of the spring semester, and two 5-week accelerated sessions during the summer. Students who follow the accelerated program plan, upon entering Manor, will take approximately 18 months to complete the program.

Appeal Procedure

Students who are academically dismissed may return to Manor as a non-degree part-time student. They must take two courses at Manor and receive a “C” grade or better in each course before petitioning for reinstatement to the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention. Manor College reserves the right to deny a petition for reinstatement.

Articulation Agreements

Manor College has formal articulation agreements with a number of local four year institutions. These agreements guarantee the acceptance of Manor credits at the four year institution into which a student transfers. For the most up-to-date information contact the Dean of Students/Transfer Advisor or the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention.

At the present time, articulation agreements are in effect with the following institutions: Early Childhood Education Program to Program Articulation Agreement of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson College of Health Professions, DeSales University, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Sherman College of Chiropractic, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Peirce College, and Life University.

A Dual Admissions Agreement grants admission to a four-year college or university to Manor College students who earn a designated Associate degree. A Manor graduate will be able to complete a Bachelor’s degree in two years. Presently, Manor has a Dual Admissions Agreements with the following institutions: Cabrini University, Chestnut Hill College, Delaware Valley University, Gwynedd-Mercy University, Holy Family University, Immaculata University, Immaculata University College of Lifelong Learning, La Salle University, Temple University, and Rosemont College. These agreements are periodically reviewed and updated.

Dual Agreements generally require that a Manor student:

Achieve the minimum GPA required for the transfer program

Earn a “C” or better in all major courses transferred into a Bachelor major

Sign a “Dual Admissions Intent” form before completing 30 (in some cases 45) credits. Manor students taking advantage of Dual Admissions receive benefits including:

Application fee to bachelor’s institution is waived.

Transfer scholarships are available, if certain GPA averages are met.

Manor students will have the opportunity to meet with the Staff from the four-year institution on Manor’s campus for assistance and information.

Some Dual Admissions Agreements contain a “Core-To-Core”provision. Under this provision, the Core distribution courses at the four-year institution are fulfilled by the Core courses at Manor College. The four-year institution recognizes that the Core is embedded in the Associate degree. However, there are some academic advising qualifiers that may need to be addressed. For example: a Manor student would be advised to take a specific history or mathematics course as part of Manor’s core to facilitate pre-requisites needed in the Bachelor’s degree.

A transfer agreement in which program courses in the Associate degree are evaluated and matched with equivalent courses in the Bachelor’s degree program at the four-year institution to which the student wishes to transfer. This allows a “seamless” transfer between institutions for the students. Students know in advance what courses and number of credits will transfer into their program of choice and what courses will need to be taken at the transfer institution.

Programs not covered by an agreement are reviewed on a course by course basis.

Assessment of Prior College Level Learning for Credit

Prior college level learning of non-traditional students obtained through related job experience or related life experience can be assessed for college credit at Manor College.

The goals for credits obtained through these means are: to quantitatively validate that prior learning experiences of non-traditional students meet college level criteria and to expedite the time to completion of degree. Students must have CLEP, challenge examinations and portfolio assessments completed the semester prior to graduation.

Manor College recognizes and awards 15 academic credits for each or any combination of the following assessments: CLEP, AP, CHALLENGE EXAMINATION, ACE and DANTE’S TESTS. Included in this total of 15 credits given by the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention is a maximum of nine credits for portfolio assessment.

Assessment can be done through the following ways:

1 College Level Examination Program -- CLEP

A fee per credit hour is assessed for placing CLEP credits awarded on a transcript. For fee costs and payment please contact the Business office.  

The following CLEP examinations are accepted if the credit-awarding score has been earned:

American Government                 3 cr. hrs.

American Literature                         3 cr. hrs.

Analysis & Interpretation of Lit. 3 cr. hrs.

Calculus                                         3 cr. hrs.

College Algebra                         3 cr. hrs.

College Mathematics                 3 cr. hrs.

Pre-Calculus                                 3 cr. hrs.

Financial Accounting                 3 cr. hrs.

History of the US I                         3 cr. hrs.

History of the US II                         3 cr. hrs.

Human Growth and Dev.                 3 cr. hrs.

Information System and

Computer Applications                 3 cr. hrs.

Principles of Management              3 cr. hrs. 

College Composition                 6 cr. hrs. 

French Language- Level 1              6 cr. hrs. 

German Language- Level 1            6 cr. hrs. 

Spanish Language-Level 1             6 cr. hrs. 

Introduction to Psychology         3 cr. hrs. 

Introductory Business Law         3 cr. hrs. 

Principles of Marketing                 3 cr. hrs. 

Introductory Sociology                 3 cr. hrs. 

Western Civ. I                                 3 cr. hrs.

Western Civ. II                                 3 cr. hrs. 

Prin. of Macroeconomics                3 cr. hrs.

Manor College accepts the ACE Recommended Score for granting CLEP credit

2 Advance Placement Exam (AP)

Manor College participates in the Advanced Placement Program of the College Entrance Examination Board. High school students who have taken college level courses and the board’s advanced examinations can submit the test scores to Manor College. Students who have achieved a score of three or higher are eligible for consideration for credit at the discretion of the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention for core curriculum or program courses.

3 Division Examinations/Exemption Testing

For prior college level learning in areas not available through CLEP testing, a student may apply to take an exemption test for a particular course through the Division Chairperson. The approval of the Chairperson is required. A $20 per credit non-refundable fee is charged for exemption/ challenge testing of a course.

If the exam is passed with a minimum “C” grade, $35 is required for every credit hour that is to be placed on the transcript.

Each academic division determines whether or not division examinations may be taken and is responsible for preparing, administering, scoring and reporting the results of these examinations. Typically, Computer Science courses may be exempted. However, any course for which there is no CLEP exam may be challenged by examination. It is the responsibility of the student to drop any courses for which s/he is registered for and exemption is awarded. See Drop/Add-Course Change.

4 Other Assessments

Manor accepts ACE approved credit granting scores for Dantes, CAEL (Council for Adult & Experiential Learning), and The National College Credit recommendation Service (CCRS.)

5 Comprehensive Portfolio

A non-traditional student, who has prior job related college level learning, in the area of a course offered by Manor or in which an externship/internship is required, may have this learning assessed for credit. The student must submit the following to the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention:

For the course or externship/internship goals and objectives on the syllabus, provide evidence of specific anecdotal experiences and what was learned from these experiences to justify meeting the goals/objectives of the course or externship/internship.

Document length of time for each specific learning experience.

Have current job supervisor complete an evaluation form.

Have the above verified and signed by job supervisor (if petitioning for current job learning) or,

Submit with the above anecdotal learning experiences former job performance evaluations to corroborate information (if from past job related learning).

Evidence of learning outcomes that have been achieved.

Samples of pertinent work in course area, if appropriate.

Awards or recognition citing work in the prior learning area.

An essay explaining how the prior learning applies to the college course and degree program being sought, as well as, future career development.

Upon review of submitted material which meet the stated criteria, the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention may award credits for the college level job related experience presented. A maximum of nine credits for life learning experience by portfolio may be awarded.

A $100 fee to assess the Portfolio will be charged. A $35 fee is required for every credit hour that is to be placed on the transcript. Students must have portfolio assessments completed the semester prior to graduation.

Assignment of Academic Credit

Statement of Policy: 

The Credit Hour Assignment Policy is intended to ensure that credit hours awarded comply with the United States Department of Education, Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and the Pennsylvania Department of Education requirements.  

Scope of Policy: 
Applies to all assignment of credit hours to current and new Manor College courses. 

Administrative Guidelines: 

Standard Semester Courses: 1 semester credit hour[1] shall be equal to not less than one hour of classroom instruction/ direct faculty instruction plus two hours of out of class course work per week over a span of approximately 15 weeks (14 weeks of learning plus 1 week for a two (2) hour examination).  Summer terms and accelerated courses are variable in length but adhere to this policy in regard to total learning time.

[1] The U.S. Department of education defines “credit hour” as: “an amount of work represented in intended learning outcomes and verified by evidence of student achievement that is an institutionally established equivalency that reasonably approximates not less than:

(1)    One hour of classroom or direct faculty instruction and a minimum of two hours out of class student work for approximately 15 weeks for one semester, or … the equivalent amount of work over a different amount of time; or

(2)    At least an equivalent amount of work as required in paragraph (1) of this definition for other academic activities as established by the institution, including laboratory work, internships, practica, studio work, and other academic work leading to the award of credit hours.

Federal regulations assume that a “credit hour” equals 50 contact minutes of real time.


Credit Hour

Direct Instruction

per Week

Independent Learning per week

Semester Total Hours (Instructional & Independent Learning Time)


1 hour

(50 contact minutes)

2 hours

(100 contact minutes)

42 hours

(35 contact hours)


2 hours

(100 contact minutes)

4 hours

(200 contact minutes)

84 hours

(70 contact hours)


3 hours

(150 contact minutes)

6 hours

(300 contact minutes)

126 hours

(105 contact hours)


4 hours

(200 contact minutes)

8 hours

(400 contact minutes)

168 hours

(140 contact hours)

Accelerated Courses: courses offered outside of a standard 15 week semester in which the credit hours offered are the same as standard semester courses.  The content and substantive learning outcomes are the same as those in the standard semester.  These courses must meet the definition of standard lecture contact time within the time frame the accelerated version is offered. 

Online Courses: courses offered entirely online.  These courses will be held to the same learning outcomes and substantive components of Standard Semester Courses with alternate delivery methods.  Direct Instructional Time can include, but is not limited to (1) regular instruction or interaction with a faculty member once a week for each week the course runs; (2) academic engagement through interactive tutorials, group discussions moderated by faculty, engagement with class peers and group projects, and/or computer tutorials graded and reviewed by faculty. 

Hybrid Courses: courses offered in a blended format between face-to-face class sessions and at least one or more online sessions.  Both contain direct interaction with a faculty member. 


Regular attendance in all classes and laboratory sessions is the responsibility of the student. The student assumes the responsibility for academic loss incurred through absenteeism. Manor College does not recognize a “cut” system. Faculty are expected to take attendance electronically and to submit “Academic Alert” forms for students with excessive absences. Students are expected to review their attendance records through the In addition, individual instructors have attendance policies as outlined in their course syllabus.


Students who choose to audit classes are expected to attend classes, do the assigned reading, and participate in class discussions, but are not required to take the examinations. Permission to change from credit to that of audit must be obtained in writing from the advisor. The student must submit an audit form to the Registrar no later than the end of the Drop/Add period. At no time may a student change from audit status to credit status. The fee for each audit is the same as for a credit class.

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Change Of Degree Or Curriculum

Students seeking degree or curriculum change must complete the Change of Curriculum form and must secure the written approval of the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention. This change is effective only at the beginning of a Fall or Spring semester prior to the end of Drop/Add period. NOTE: Some programs such as Dental Hygiene, Expanded Functions Dental Assisting, and Veterinary Technology, have limiting restrictions for admission. If you are requesting admission to Dental Hygiene you CANNOT use this form and must apply directly to Admissions. Manor College reserves the right to deny a request for a change in curriculum into the Adult Learner Program.

Classification of Students

Class level is determined by the number of credit hours earned by the student. Matriculated students who have completed less than 30 credits are classified as freshmen. Matriculated students who have completed 30 credits or more are considered sophomores. Developmental courses do not count toward graduation and are not included in the total of earned credits.

Courses At Other Institutions (Also See Transfer of Credit)

A matriculated student must obtain written approval from the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention in order to enroll in a course at another institution during either semester or during the summer session. Approval will be granted for extenuating circumstances only. Only the credits, not the grades, from other institutions are transferable. The grade from other institutions is not calculated into Manor’s GPA or Cumulative Average. A grade of “C” or higher must be earned in order for credits to be accepted by Manor.
A Student may request permission to take a program required course at another institution ONLY if that course is not offered at Manor College in the time remaining before his or her anticipated graduation date. Students must complete the Approval Request for External Study Form and receive approval prior to registering for the off-campus. course. Failure to do so may prevent the course from transferring and may delay graduation. Students must contact their Advisor and the Financial Aid office prior to submitting this form.

Course Load

For students enrolled in a regular academic year program, a full-time credit load is 12-18 credit hours. A part-time load is up to 11 credits. For students enrolled in the Adult Learning Program, both 24 month and accelerated, there is no full-time or part-time designation.

Course Overload

For students enrolled in a regular academic year program, a course overload fee is charged for every credit hour taken beyond the maximum 18 hours per semester. Approval of the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention must be obtained to carry over 18 credits per semester.

Cumulative Average

This average is computed by dividing the total number of quality points by the total number of credit hours attempted (excluding grades of S, U, W, AU, SP,). Only courses taken at Manor are included in this calculation.

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Dean’s List

A student at Manor must carry a minimum of 12 academic credits per semester at Manor to be eligible for consideration on the Dean’s List. Students must be full-time and earn a minimum of 12 credits with a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher to be eligible. 

Definition of Credit

For every one credit, 50 minutes of instructional time, per week for 14 weeks, in addition to 2 hours for a final, is required. For example, a 3-credit course would include 35 hours of instruc- tional time and 2 hours for a final. Regardless of the modality (Face-to-Face, On-Line, or Hybrid) or length of course (15 week, 3-week accelerated, 5-week accelerated, or 7-week accelerated) the total instructional time, including instructional activities, is 35 hours with an additional 2 hours allotted for a final. One lab credit is granted a for one-hour and fifty minute lab session per week for 14 weeks. An equivalent amount of lab time is required regardless of the modality or length of course. Additional information concerning Allied Health lab credits, clinic credits and externship/ internship credits can be found under their respective program descriptions.

Developmental Courses

Based on Manor’s Placement Test, a student may be scheduled for the following “developmental” courses: Reading and Writing Skills, and/or Basic Mathematics and/or Basic Algebra. These courses are 3 credits each, and do not count toward graduation credits and Dean’s List, yet are applicable toward full-time or part-time status for financial aid purposes. Students in the Adult Learner Program, who place into developmental courses, may take longer to complete the program than the proposed 24 or 18 months.

Drop/Add - Course Change

A period of one week following the start of each traditional term is allotted for course changes. Courses may be dropped or added during this period by a student’s Academic Advisor or through the Registrar’s office with written approval by the Academic Advisor. Drop/Add is not official unless the change has been processed by the Advisor or the Registrar during the Drop/Add period. The exact date will be stated on the Academic Calendar for each semester and each accelerated session. Dropped courses will not appear on an academic transcript.

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Electronic Communication Systems Policy

Manor College provides its users access to a variety of electronic communications systems. Our goal in providing this access to college users is to promote excellence in higher education by facilitating resource sharing, innovation and communication in support of the college mission. College users are defined as students, faculty, staff, alumni, and authorized guests. Electronic communications systems include e-mail, computer networks, Internet access, voice mail, and telecommunications systems. The electronic communications systems and the communications transmitted through them are the property of Manor College and are subject to acceptable use compliance. The smooth operation of these systems relies upon the proper conduct of college users, who must adhere to acceptable use guidelines. The use of the college’s electronic communications systems is a privilege, not a right. The college reserves the right to deny systems access, or to cancel systems access, at any time. All users are expected to use these networks in an appropriate and ethical manner. Appropriate use includes use for instructional, educational and research purposes. These policies and guidelines outline the responsibilities inherent in authorized access, requiring efficient, ethical and legal utilization of system resources. By using the Manor College Electronic Communications Systems you agree to abide by the Manor College Electronic Communications Systems Policies and Guidelines.


1 Acceptable use policies:

                       The following are considered violations of acceptable use and are prohibited:

1.1 Engaging in conduct that obstructs or disrupts institutional activities or the individual pursuit of learning, including but not limited to:

1.1.1 Vandalism, which is defined as any attempt to harm or destroy systems and/or the data contained therein. This includes,but is not limited to, the uploading or creation of computer viruses and inflicting damage or sabotage on the system.

1.1.2 Reading/listening to, or attempting to read/listen to, another user’s electronic messages without authorization.

1.1.3 Degrading system performance.

1.1.4 Unauthorized use of an account.

1.1.5 Any activity that changes the nature of the computer or computer environment for subsequent users.

1.2 Using the college’s electronic systems to conduct any activity not related to the college’s operation, including, but not limited to, advertising or soliciting other business.

1.3 Use for political lobbying.

1.4 Involvement in the violation of, or conviction for violation of, federal,state or local statutes or regulations regarding computers, electronic communications, interstate commerce and/or security regulations. This includes, but is not limited to, material protected by copyright, trade secret, obscenity and related laws.

1.5 Threats, harassment (including, but not limited to, sexual harassment), or libel or slander in an electronic message (file transfer, e-mail or voice mail).

2 Guidelines for Electronic Communications Access:

                Users are expected to abide by the generally accepted rules of network and voice mail etiquette. These rules include, but are not limited to, the following:

2.1 Do not expect electronic communications to be private. Network maintenance may result in staff access to communications and even “deleted” information may be accessible. Electronic communications can be sent to unintended recipients. Electronic communications are subject to access by subpoena or other lawful order. Failure to log out appropriately may result in unauthorized use of a user’s account. The college may access communications for legitimate business purposes.

2.2 Do not use electronic networks to transmit confidential messages. The  college encourages courtesy and professionalism in electronic messaging.

2.3 For security and safety reasons, do not reveal personal information over the electronic systems concerning any individual, including yourself. For example, do not disclose address, phone number, social security number, password or credit card information.

2.4 Do not use the network in such a way that would disrupt the use of the network by other users. Users are required to observe posted time limits for the use of public access computers, where applicable.

2.5 It is the policy of Manor College to abide by all laws concerning the use of copyrighted and patented material. This protected property shall be used with authorization only. When used in an authorized context, appropriate attribution must be given. The rules of academic honesty apply to information obtained on the Internet. Aside from sanctions by the college as described below, you could be subject to civil damages and criminal penalties, including fines and prison terms for violating copyright and patent laws.

3. Disclaimer:

                 Every effort has been made to provide accurate information, however, errors can occur. By using the information contained in the electronic communications systems, the user/viewer willingly assumes all risks in connection with such use. Manor College is not responsible for any errors or omissions in information contained in the electronic systems and is not liable in whole or in part for damages resulting from any user(s)/viewer(s) use of, or reliance upon, this material.

                 Manor College assumes no liability for damages that may result from loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, mis-deliveries, service interruptions or technical difficulties.

4. Systems Problems:

                 Any problems with the college’s electronic communications systems and/or any user policy violations, including unauthorized or improper use, should be brought to the attention of the Director of Information Technology.

5. Resource Utilization:

                Manor College has limited computing and electronic communications resources, including limited storage capacity. Users are reminded to respect these limited resources and to routinely delete or purge unnecessary data.

6. Sanctions:

                Violations of this policy may result in the cancellation of the user’s account and electronic communications privileges and other disciplinary action.


The College uses email to disseminate important and timely information to students both in the form of college-wide emails and individual emails. To comply with federal privacy regulations only Manor assigned email will be used once a student is matriculated. All students are issued a College email address. Students should check their College email on a regular basis to make sure they get critical information. A student can access his or her account by going to In most cases, the email address is the first initial followed by last name –i.e., The initial password is the student’s date of birth (format is mm/dd/yy). Students will be prompted to change their password the first time logging in. For questions about email or problems with log-in procedures, students should contact Computer Services, located in Our Mother of Perpetual Help Hall or by emailing By using the Manor College Electronic Communications Systems, students agree to abide by the Manor College Electronic Communications Systems Policies and Guidelines.


Mid-term examinations are given at mid semester. Final examinations are scheduled at the end of the semester. Students who, for valid reasons, cannot take the scheduled examination, will secure permission for a deferred examination from the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention. Deferred examinations are held within two weeks of the scheduled Final Examination. A time extension may be granted upon the recommendation of the faculty and approval of the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention. Failure to take a deferred examination within two weeks will automatically result in a failing grade for the course.


Incorporating externships and internships into most of the programs, Manor enhances the opportunities for its students to succeed in the highly competitive job market. Manor’s paralegal and accounting students may prepare for their careers in accounting and law by serving intern positions at some of the largest and most prestigious businesses and law firms in the city of Philadelphia. Information Systems and Technology students have an optional internship course. 

Early Childhood Education students engage in extern work at Creative Beginnings, Step by Step Child Care, A Step Ahead, Abington Friends Day Care, Grace Trinity Child Care, Wyndmoor Montessori, Cheltenham School District, Abington School District, and Fox Chase Elementary School. With the approval of the Program Director, other daycare facilities are chosen by the student.

Externship sites are available for the Allied Health Division at Jeanes Hospital Outpatient Rehab, Wyndmoor Hills Health Care and Rehabilitation, and Manor Care Health Services.

Veterinary Technology students are assigned to core externship sites, some of which include: North Star VETS, Flowersmill Veterinary Hospital, Horsham Veterinary Hospital, Garden State Veterinary Hospital, Rau Animal Hospital, Center for Animal Referral and Emergency Services, Metropolitan Veterinary Associates, Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, Veterinary Referral Center-Animal Critical Care and Specialty Group, Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center, Valley Central Veterinary Referral, Centocor Inc., University Laboratory Animal Research University of Pennsylvania, and Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware. Students also complete externships at various elective sites. 

Manor’s Dental Health Center utilizes the students in both the Expanded Functions Dental Assisting Program and the Dental Hygiene Program. Also students in these programs have rotations in various dental office  and clinics in the area, complementing the soundness of Manor College’s Allied Health programs.

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) Also see Student Directory

Manor College upholds all the rights and regulations of the (FERPA) Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, also known as the Buckley amendment. In accordance with the Act, students wishing to release information relative to their academic performance and/or finances and conduct must first authorize the College to do so. Therefore, all requests to release information must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the student. The exceptions are as follows:

College officials with legitimate educational interest

Officials of other institutions in which you seek to enroll

Access shall be granted to authorized federal officials auditing federally-supported education programs and state officials to whom information from student records is required by statute to be disclosed.

Persons processing financial aid applications

Access will be granted to accrediting organizations carrying out their accrediting functions.

Appropriate authorities in an emergency situation if the knowledge of information from a student’s record is necessary to protect the health or safety of the student or other persons.

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General Education Program

Mission Statement: The General Education Program at Manor College is designed to introduce students to the fundamental knowledge, skills, and values essential to a broad educational experience. To achieve this breadth of learning, the college has established general education goals and objectives to be met by the core curriculum.

Manor College faculty and administration have developed and approved nine general education goals to be fulfilled by the core curriculum.

Goal Core Course(s) Requirement

I. Communication Skills EN 101 3 credits

II. Quantitative Reasoning MH 102, MH 103, MH 104 3 credits

or MH 203

III. Scientific Reasoning BI 101, BI 105, BI 106, BI 109          3 or 4 credits

                                                        or CH 101

IV. Critical Thinking PL 100 3 credits

V. Spiritual and Ethical Values RS 102, RS 103, RS 107, RS 108 3 credits

VI. Information Literacy EN 102 3 credits

VII. Understanding Behavior & Society PS 101, SO102, SO 103, SO 108 3 credits

EC 101 or EC 102

VIII. Technological Competency IST 105 or IST 106   3 credits

IX. Diversity and Global Awareness HS 101, HS 102, HS 103, HS 104, 3 credits

HS 105, HS 109, HS 111, or SO 101


Total Credits                                                                                            27/28 Credits

The College offers associates degrees in transfer programs including Allied Health/ Science, Accounting, Business Administration, Management, Marketing, Information Systems and Technology, Sport and Recreational Management, Paralegal, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, , Psychology,  Healthcare Management, and Liberal Arts.  For those students seeking to transfer with the A.A. or A.S. degree, the requirement will be the completion of 27 credits in the core curriculum (three credits in each of the nine goals).  

Manor College also offers the Associates of Science Degree in specified career programs including Veterinary Technology and Dental Hygiene. For students seeking the A.S. degree in a designated career program, a minimum of 21 credits in the core curriculum are required.  The distribution of these credits is determined by the career program.  The spiritual and ethical core is required for all career programs.

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Grading System

Manor uses the following letter grading system with the corresponding quality points. The student’s semester grade point average is determined by dividing the total number of quality points by the total number of credit hours carried.

Grade      Description                              Quality Points         Honors


  A           Excellent                                       4.00                     5.00

  A-                                                                3.67                     4.67

  B+                                                               3.33                     4.33                         

  B           Above Average                             3.00                     4.00

  B-                                                                2.67                     3.67     

  C+                                                               2.33                     3.33

  C           Average                                         2.00                     3.00

  C-                                                                1.67                     2.67

  D           Below Average                             1.00                     2.00

  F            Failure                                           0.0                       0.0

*S            Satisfactory                                   0.0

*U           Unsatisfactory                               0.0

*P            Pass                                               0.0   

*M          Military Leave                               0.0   

*T            Transfer Credit                             0.0

*W/WD   Withdraw                                      0.0

*WB        Withdraw by Business Office      0.0

*AU        Audit                                             0.0

*CR         Credit by Exam or Experience     0.0

*CLEP    College Level Exam Program       0.0

*SP         Shows Progress                             0.0

*NG        No Grade Reported                       0.0

*AP         Advanced Placement                    0.0   

*I             Incomplete                                    0.0

*Asterisk grades are not calculated into the G.P.A

**Incomplete indicates that all the requirements of the course have not been fulfilled. An “incomplete,” defaults to a failure if not removed by the first day of the following traditional semester. An incomplete can be changed by the submission of a “change of grade” request by the student’s instructor. All “change of grade” requests must be submitted to the Registrar’s office by the instructor. A grade change option will only be in effect up until a student’s graduation or withdrawal from the college. After that date the student’s grade cannot be changed.

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Grade Reports

At the close of each semester, the student’s grades are available on the Students who have not paid their tuition before the Final Exam is given, will not have grades available to them and will be unable to obtain an official transcript until they have paid their tuition and the Bursar’s office has given permission to do so. A student has the right to examine his/her records in accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.

Grade Appeal Policy

A student may appeal a final course grade within thirty (30) days or ten (10) days (for Accelerated Classes) from the deadline to submit grades.

The student is encouraged to resolve this issue by speaking with the instructor who has given the grade. If a conversation does not resolve the issue, the student may appeal in writing to the Program Director with any relevant materials. The Program Director should respond, within ten (10) days of receiving the request, with a written statement to the student detailing the reasons for the grade.

If consultation with the Program Director does not lead to a resolution satisfactory to the student, the student may, within ten (10) days or five (5) days for Accelerated Classes) of the Program Director’s response, appeal in writing to the Chair of the appropriate Division, stating the reasons for the disagreement and presenting evidence in support of appeal. 

If the decision of the Chair remains unsatisfactory to the student, the student may, within ten (10) days or five (5) days for Accelerated Classes) of the Chair’s written response, appeal in writing to the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention.  The Assistant Dean will review the issue and the evidence and make a final recommendation to the Vice President of Academic Affairs who will reach a final verdict. The Assistant Dean will notify the student in writing of the final decision.

Graduation Requirements

The Associate Degree

Manor College confers the Associate in Arts and the Associate in Science Degrees to students who:

  1.       Complete a minimum of 60 semester hours of work with a cumulative average of at least 2.0. Complete     the stipulated number of credits as required by each individual program as stated in this catalog.

        2.       Complete the specific course requirement in the student’s area of specialization.

3. Maintain a “C” or better in each required program course in: Accounting,

                          Allied Health/Science Transfer (all concentrations), Business Administration,   Dental Hygiene, Early Childhood Education, Expanded Functions Dental Assisting, Healthcare Management, Marketing, Management,Psychology, Paralegal, Sport and Recreational Management,and Veterinary Technology.

4. The student is responsible to contact the Financial Aid Office for an exit interview if they have Federal Perkins or Federal Direct Loans.

The Certificate Program

Requirements for the Certificate:

1. Complete 24-30 semester hours of work, as required by the individual program.

2. Complete the specific course requirement in the student’s area of specialization.

3. Maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0.

4. Maintain a 2.0 average in the area of concentration.

5. Meet all financial obligations to the college.

6. The student is responsible to contact the Financial Aid Office for an exit interview if they have Federal Perkins or Federal Direct Loans.


Commencement exercises are held annually at the end of the spring semester. Students who complete their degree requirements in the prior summer or  fall semester, receive their diplomas at the Spring commencement following their completion of the degree requirements.

Petition to Graduate

Students who intend to graduate and meet the residency requirement must see their academic advisor during registration the semester prior to their anticipated degree completion. Advisors and Students will work together to complete and submit a Degree Completion Verification Form to the Vice-President of Academic Affairs. Students must also complete the Manor College Graduation Survey. BOTH the Degree Completion Verification Form AND Graduation Survey MUST be completed in order to be eligible for a degree evaluation.  Only once all materials are received will an academic audit will then be done.

Approval to graduate is granted by the Vice-President of Academic Affairs.

Student Graduation Procession Policy

Students are required to complete their specific degree/certificate requirements prior to commencement exercises in order to be eligible to participate in the ceremony. In addition, students are to be clear of all financial obligation in order to participate in commencement.

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Honor Societies

Membership in honor societies is contingent upon the student’s scholastic average and the approval of the Dean of Academic Affairs. Manor participates in the following:

Alpha Beta Gamma - Upsilon Chapter, International Two-Year College Business Honor Society and Phi Theta Kappa - XI Chi Chapter, National Honor Society of the Two-Year Colleges.

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Independent Study

Independent study allows students to undertake their work under the guidance of a faculty member in the area they choose. The project is carried out in an independent manner with regular meetings between the student and faculty member directing the study. The student must present an outline of proposed study for approval by the division chairperson within the first week of a semester. Independent study credits are not to exceed the number of credits per course in a given program.

International Baccalaureate Credit

Manor College may award up to 3.0 International Baccalaureate (IB) credits for each Higher Level course completed with a score of 5 or higher. Manor does not accept Standard Level Courses. The maximum allowable credits is 30.0, including credits transferred from other institutions. 

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Leave of Absence (Also see Withdrawal from College)

Students who have an urgent need to discontinue their studies are allowed to have a leave of absence from the College of up to one term by submitting a written request and being granted approval by the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention. At the end of the leave of absence period a student may return to the College by being formally readmitted. The student is still responsible for tuition and fees during a leave of absence.

Military Leave - Military Leave is available only to students who are active-duty service members or activated reserve members of the U.S. armed services (not a contractor or civilian working for the military) and/or spouses of members and are ordered to relocate and, as a result, are unable to meet class attendance and other participation requirements, including web-based activities.

Students and/or spouses should contact the Office of the Registrar and present a copy of the military orders with formal correspondence on unit letterhead signed by the commander requesting Military Leave. The correspondence should include commander contact information and verification of duration and location of pending assignment.

A “Withdrawal from College” form will be signed by the student and/or spouse and the reason on the form will be “Military Leave”. Once approved, “M” for “Military Leave” will be indicated on the student’s transcript, if unable to complete the term.

Financial Aid will review eligibility for aid funds already received by the student. Students with a “Military Leave” will receive a full tuition refund if unable to complete the term.

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Non-Degree Students

Upon the completion of 15 credit hours of study at Manor College and in order to continue taking classes at Manor,  non-degree students will be required to matriculate into a program of study by proceeding with the Admissions process.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Because Manor College affirms the uniqueness and dignity of each person, any conduct that violates the dignity of another person, including but not limited to threats of violence, verbal or physical; assault or abuse of any kind; hazing or harassment, including sexual harassment; lewd, obscene, or indecent language, behavior, or representations reasonably found offensive by others; or discrimination against another person based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions), disability, genetics, citizenship status, military service, or any other status protected by law is a violation of the Code of Conduct.

This applies to all aspects of the College’s life including, but not limited to, hiring, recruiting, admission, educational programs, housing, counseling, financial assistance, career planning, health and other insurance benefits, services and athletics. This policy also prohibits all forms of ethnic intimidation. The College regards ethnic intimidation as any subtle or blatant acts, words or deeds that may reasonably be considered offensive towards any particular race, color, religion, national origin, or other legally protected characteristic of an individual or group. Any student or person who believes they have been subjected to discrimination or ethnic intimidation is obligated to report the matter to the Dean of Students for appropriate action. Violation of this policy will not be tolerated. If, after investigation, it is determined that there has been a violation, appropriate action will be taken up to and including dismissal. A determination under this policy is not a legal conclusion.

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Pass-Fail Option

Students may choose to take any course on a Pass/Fail basis with the approval of their academic advisor.. The following regulations apply:

                1.     Pass/Fail grades do not enter into the cumulative average.

                2.     To receive a grade of “Pass” a student must earn a grade of at least a “C.” Grades of “D” or “F” automatically                             convert into a grade of “Fail.”

3. All courses in the catalog are eligible for a Pass/Fail option.

4. Certain courses, such as all Developmental Courses, must be taken on a Pass/Fail basis. 

        5.     Exclusive of courses listed above (#4), the maximum number of credits that can be taken

on a Pass/Fail option is 6 credits in the student’s entire program.

                6.     Pass/Fail courses cannot be counted toward the 12 credit minimum load required for Dean’s

List eligibility.

                7.     Students who wish to take a Pass/Fail course must file a Pass/Fail form with the Registrar by

the end of the Drop/Add period. A Pass/Fail option for a course is declared in the Registrar’s Office and not filed                 with the advisor or the instructor.

                8.     Pass/Fail grades are denoted on academic transcripts as “S” (Satisfactory) or “U” (Unsatisfactory).

Placement Testing

Most students accepted into Manor College will be required to take placement tests. The tests are designed to identify those students who need developmental course work in Mathematics, Reading, and/ or Writing. Information concerning required tests, testing schedules, and contact information is included in the student’s acceptance package. Students must contact the testing center to schedule an appointment and complete the placement test process before meeting with an advisor for course selection and registration. 

For more information on placement testing and possible exemptions please go to the college Placement Testing web page.

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Students are required to register for their courses before each semester on the dates designated on the Academic Calendar.

Students can register online through their Student Portal, if 18.0 credits or more have been earned, or through their advisors. It is important for students to register during the posted weeks.
The College reserves the right to limit enrollment in any course and to cancel any course for which an insufficient number of students has registered. Although notified of changes by email, students should check their schedule at the start of the term for any changes.

Reinstatement of Aid & Re-Admission

Students who are academically dismissed and return to Manor College as non-degree part-time students may not receive financial aid until reinstated by the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention.  Students must complete the Reinstatement form to be considered for reinstatement to the college. Returning graduated students must reapply through Admissions.

Repeating a Course

Students may repeat a course in an attempt to improve their grade. Both matriculated and non-matriculated students at Manor will be allowed to repeat a course only once. All courses attempted will appear on the transcript. However, the lower grade will not be calculated in the CUM. Financial Aid can be given to repeat a course once if the student is enrolled for an additional 12 credits of new coursework during that semester.

Reverse Transfer Policy & Residency Requirements

Students must meet the Manor College residency requirements in order to be eligible for graduation.  To fulfill the residency requirements, all students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at Manor College, with the last 3 credits completed at Manor College prior to awarding the degree.

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Safety & Emergency

Students should immediately notify the Manor College Department of Public Safety of all emergencies at
215-885-2360 ext. 292

Services for Students with Disabilities

In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Manor College does not discriminate against an otherwise qualified individual based on a physical or mental disability. Manor College will make reasonable, academic adjustments that do not change or diminish the outcomes, measures, standards, or grading policies of a course or program. To be eligible for appropriate accommodations the student must complete the Application for Modifications & Services Form.  Once completed the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention will review the materials and discuss proposed accommodations with the student.Requesting accommodations is the responsibility of the student. Accommodations are in effect for one semester. Students who want continued accommodations must first register for classes for the semester in question and then meet with the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention to discuss accommodations appropriate to the classes shown on the student schedule.  Accommodations may include, but are not limited to : extended time for testing, testing in a less distracting environment, note taker, recording lectures, and/or academic support through the Learning Center. Due to the individualized nature of accommodations, academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and/or services are determined on an individual, and course-by-course basis.

Student Directory

In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the College has designated the following categories as Directory Information:



Electronic address assigned by the College

Date of birth

Major field of study

Participation in officially recognized activities

Dates of enrollment (including level of study and matriculation and withdrawal status)

Degrees and awards received (type of awards and degree and date granted, honors and Dean’s list)

The most recent previous educational agency or institutional attended


Students wanting any of the above information withheld should notify the Registrar in writing within two weeks of each year’s academic enrollment. Please keep in mind, by submitting a suppression form, no information regarding the student can be released--including verification of enrollment for health insurance purposes, day care assistance, housing assistance, verification of degree conferred to employers or perspective employers—unless the Registrar’s office receives additional consent to release this information. In accordance with FERPA, letters of recommendation and transcripts from other institutions will not be copied. Students must request these from the originator. Further information regarding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 may be obtained from the Registrar’s Office.

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Official Transcripts must be requested from the Registrar’s Office in writing with the student’s signature. An Official transcript will be sent to the institution that is requested by the student. There is no charge for standard processing of transcripts, which could take up to one week for processing. Transcripts may be received on demand for a $15.00 fee. Enrolled students can obtain an unofficial transcript from their student portal.

Immediate requests may not be processed during registration and end-of-the-term grade activities. Transcript request forms are available in the Registrar’s Office or on Manor’s website where the on demand payment can also be made. If writing a letter, the following information is needed in your request:

• Name (the name that you used while at Manor College)

• ID Number (if known)

• Date of birth

• Dates of attendance (approximate) at Manor College

• Destination for the transcript with the specific name (if available), together with the institution’s name and address

• Date, signature, and name printed or typed 

• Check for the appropriate amount made payable to Manor College or online payment, for on demand requests

Completed forms can be faxed to the registrar at (215)780-1950 or by emailing a scan to

Transfer of Credits

Transfer of Credit is authorized by the Office of the Registrar. Courses completed at regionally accredited two and four year institutions PRIOR TO MATRICULATION may be transferred into Manor provided these credits are applicable to the curriculum into which the student is transferring and Manor receives an official transcript from the transferring institution. Courses from non-traditional settings will be considered if course content, learning goals, assessment and contact hours are comparable to the College’s credit bearing courses. A student may be asked to provide a course description and/or syllabus to determine if transfer credit is appropriate. Courses taught on-site, on-line, in blended format, and in other modes of delivery are all subject to the same criteria when being evaluated for transfer of credit.

Courses from Foreign, Non-American based Institutions must be evaluated by a Credential Evaluation Service. Manor accepts evaluations completed by World Education Services, Inc and Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc

Only official, sealed transcripts or evaluations, and transcripts received electronically with an authentication procedure will be evaluated for transfer credits.

Credit is granted based on semester hours. A quarter hour is equivalent to 0.6 semester hours; therefore, a 3 credit course is equivalent to 5 quarter hours. When applicable and appropriate, quarter hour credits may be combined and multiplied by 0.6 to determine the equivalent number of semester hour credits.

Manor will accept a maximum of 30 semester hours of credit toward a degree program provided these credits are applicable to the curriculum into which the student is transferring.

For students transferring into Manor’s Associate in Science Paralegal program, Manor will accept a maximum of nine (9) semester hours of legal studies credit toward completion of paralegal program requirements.  A maximum of nine (9) semester hours of credit will be accepted toward a Post-Baccalaureate Paralegal Certificate.

Transfer credits may not be more than 10 years old in science courses, and five years old in computer science courses and education courses. Any exceptions to this time limit must be obtained in writing from the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention.

The lowest acceptable transfer grade is a “C”

No credit is given for courses with pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory grades unless the transcript clearly defines those grades as equivalent to a C or better.

The GPA earned at a transfer institution is not computed in the GPA at Manor College.

Provided the recommended credit-granting scores have been earned, Manor College recognizes and awards 15 academic credits for each and any combination of the following non-credit assessment; CLEP, AP, CHALLENGE EXAMINATION, ACE and DANTE’STESTS. Included in this total of 15 credits is a maximum of nine credits for portfolio assessment. Please refer to Assessment of Prior College Level Learning in the college catalog for detailed information on these assessments. Six (6) semester hours of credit will be granted to Early Childhood Education students who submit a current CDA certificate accompanied by a Letter of Verification from the Council for Professional Recognition. A maximum of nine (9) semester hour credits will be awarded to students who meet the criteria established in a signed articulation between Manor College and the Pennsylvania Department of Education Bureau of Career and Technical Education.

AFTER MATRICULATION students must receive approval from the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. 


Students should first consider their options to stay at Manor College through the University Center @ Manor College to earn their baccalaureate and graduate degrees.  However, the Career and Transfer Center provides numerous resources to facilitate the transfer process, including information about scholarships, Dual Admissions Agreements and selection of courses with transferable credits for specific colleges. The Career and Transfer Center is open when school is in session during the fall and spring semesters and hosts transfer fairs with representatives from area colleges, universities and hospital-based nursing schools and radiologic technology programs. 

Students who plan to transfer are advised to become familiar with academic requirements of the transfer institution. While Academic Advisors and the Career and Transfer Center will assist students with their plans, the primary responsibility for all matters related to transfer rests with the student.  While credits are expected to be transferable to most institutions there is no guarantee regarding the transfer of credits to other colleges and universities.

Students who are transferring prior to earning a degree at Manor are to notify the registrar in writing. See Withdrawal from the College

Withdrawal from the College (Also see Leave of Absence)

In order to voluntarily withdraw from the college, the student must complete a Withdraw from College form with the Office of the Registrar. If unable to come in, students are to complete the form and email to The official date of withdrawal is that date on which the student initiates the procedure with the Registrar or disengages from the college if completing the form. The college reserves the right to request the withdrawal of any student whose academic standing does not meet the required standards or whose conduct is not in keeping with Manor’s policies and regulations. Any matriculated student who has officially withdrawn from the college and wishes to return must request to be reinstated. Manor College reserves the right to deny a request for reinstatement.

Withdraw From a Course

The last day to withdraw from a course is set to occur at a point approximately 2/3 of the length of a course. For example, a student may withdraw before the 10th week of a 15 week semester and before the fourth week of a 7 week accelerated course. The exact date will be stated on the academic calendar each semester and session. After the announced date the student must petition the Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Retention to withdraw from a course. A course withdraw is not official unless a written request is received by the Registrar during the withdraw period. A student may be required to make up credits for withdrawn coursework in order to make satisfactory academic progress to receive continuation of financial aid. Withdrawn courses appear on transcripts but are not calculated into the grade point average.


  1. 1 Academic Advisement
  2. 2 Academic Grievance Procedure
  3. 3 Academic Honesty
  4. 4 Academic Probation and Dismissal
  5. 5 Academic Year
  6. 6 Appeal Procedure
  7. 7 Articulation Agreements
  8. 8 Assessment of Prior College Level Learning for Credit
  9. 9 Assignment of Academic Credit
    1. 9.1 Accelerated Courses: courses offered outside of a standard 15 week semester in which the credit hours offered are the same as standard semester courses.  The content and substantive learning outcomes are the same as those in the standard semester.  These courses must meet the definition of standard lecture contact time within the time frame the accelerated version is offered. 
    2. 9.2 Online Courses: courses offered entirely online.  These courses will be held to the same learning outcomes and substantive components of Standard Semester Courses with alternate delivery methods.  Direct Instructional Time can include, but is not limited to (1) regular instruction or interaction with a faculty member once a week for each week the course runs; (2) academic engagement through interactive tutorials, group discussions moderated by faculty, engagement with class peers and group projects, and/or computer tutorials graded and reviewed by faculty. 
    3. 9.3 Hybrid Courses: courses offered in a blended format between face-to-face class sessions and at least one or more online sessions.  Both contain direct interaction with a faculty member. 
  10. 10 Attendance
  11. 11 Auditing
  12. 12 Change Of Degree Or Curriculum
  13. 13 Classification of Students
  14. 14 Courses At Other Institutions (Also See Transfer of Credit)
  15. 15 Course Load
  16. 16 Course Overload
  17. 17 Cumulative Average
  18. 18 Return to Top
  19. 19 Dean’s List
  20. 20 Definition of Credit
  21. 21 Developmental Courses
  22. 22 Drop/Add - Course Change
  23. 23 Electronic Communication Systems Policy
  24. 24 E-Mail
  25. 25 Examinations
  26. 26 Externships/Internships
  27. 27 Return to Top
  28. 28 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) Also see Student Directory
  29. 29 General Education Program
  30. 30 Grading System
  31. 31 Grade Reports
  32. 32 Grade Appeal Policy
  33. 33 Graduation Requirements
  34. 34 Graduation
  35. 35 Honor Societies
  36. 36 Independent Study
  37. 37 International Baccalaureate Credit
  38. 38 Leave of Absence (Also see Withdrawal from College)
  39. 39 Non-Degree Students
  40. 40 Non-Discrimination Policy
  41. 41 Pass-Fail Option
  42. 42 Placement Testing
  43. 43 Registration
  44. 44 Reinstatement of Aid & Re-Admission
  45. 45 Repeating a Course
  46. 46 Reverse Transfer Policy & Residency Requirements
  47. 47 Return to Top
  48. 48 Safety & Emergency
  49. 49 Services for Students with Disabilities
  50. 50 Student Directory
  51. 51 Transcripts
  52. 52 Transfer of Credits
  53. 53 Transferring 
  54. 54 Withdrawal from the College (Also see Leave of Absence)
  55. 55 Withdraw From a Course