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CAMELOT

C O L L E G E

"The College That Cares!"

STUDENT CATALOG

THE COLLEGE THAT CARES!

CAMELOT COLLEGE

2618 Wooddale Blvd., Ste A Baton Rouge, LA 70805 (225) 928-3005 1-800-470-3320 www.camelotcollege.com

An Equal Opportunity Educational Institution

Effective Date: March 2012 through January 2013

ADMINISTRATORS

Rev. Dr. Ronnie L. W illiams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President/CEO General Manager Aaron J. Sim on, Sr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice President Business Manager Dalayshia Conway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Financial Aid Director Rev. Dr. Ronnie L. W illiams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Acting Admissions Director Diane Emery-Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Education Department Supervisor Soonja W illiams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cosm etology Administrator

STATEMENT OF CONTROL Cam elot Career College, Inc. is organized as a corporation. President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Dr. Ronnie L. W illiams Vice President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aaron J. Sim on, Sr. Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Dr. Ronnie L. W illiams Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Dr. Ronnie L. W illiams

TABLE OF CONTENTS

History of Camelot College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Accreditation and App rova ls... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

EEO Policy/ADA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Current Placement and Retention Rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Goals and Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Adm ission Requirem ents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Rules and Regulations Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Excused Absences . . Unexcused Absences Mak e-Up W ork . . . . . Leave of Absences . . ... ... .. ... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5 5 5 6

Prior Credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Definition of Clock/Credit Hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Academic Year Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Disciplinary Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Dress Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Student Services Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W indsor Christian Child Care . . . . . Transportation Services . . . . . . . . . W orking W ardrobe . . . . . . . . . . . . . Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuition/Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... . . . . . . ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... . . . . . . ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... .... .... .... .... .... 10 10 10 11 11 11 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 16

Fin ancial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Financial Aid Recipient Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federa l Pell Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Federa l Supplem enta l Education al Oppo rtunity G rants Federal W ork Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Direct Loan Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Institutional Loans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ACG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Forms/Application Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eligibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To Ma intain Eligibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Return to Title IV Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Institutional Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Standards of Satisfactory Progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M axim um T im e Fram e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Financial Aid W arning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ap peals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Denied Appeals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accepted Appeals/Financial Aid Probation . . . . . Grading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pass/Fail Grades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hono rs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 21 21

Gradu ation R equ irem ents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Placement Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Notification of Rights Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Student Com plaint Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Jea nne Clea ry Disc losure of Cam pus Sec urity and Crime Statistics Act . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Alcohol & Drug Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Curricular . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Cosm etology Cosm etology Instructor Training Advanced Medical Assistant Nurse Aide Training Curricular Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Course Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 General Education Cosm etology Cosm etology Instructor Advanced Medical Assistant Nurse Aide Training Facu lty & Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

HISTORY OF CAMELOT COLLEGE

Cam elot College was founded by Ronnie L. W illiams on M ay 1, 1986 out of his sincere desire to provide education and career skill training for unemployed and underemployed people in the business and culinary employment areas. Cam elot College's first classes beg an on M ay 12, 1986 in Baton Ro uge, Louisiana at 2618 W ooddale Bo ulevard (The B ellem ont O ffice P ark ) throu gh a classroom training con tract w ith the Job T raining Partners hip Adm inistration . Cam elot was licensed by the Louisiana State Department of Education on August 28, 1986. Since that time this college, through it's em phasis on education al exc ellence and job placem ent, ha s educated and placed m any gra duate s into jo bs in the East Baton Rouge Parish and surrounding areas. Camelot was nationally accredited as a business school by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools on September 12, 1990 and certified by the U.S. Department of Education on February 19, 1991. Our present training programs include Advanced Medical Assistant, Nurse Aid Training (CN A), Cosm etology and Cosm etology Instructor. Ca m elot C ollege plans to continue it's em pha sis on ed uca tional exce llence and job placem ent. It also plans to consistently be a vital post secondary educational institution in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana, area. ACCREDITATION AND APPROVALS Cam elot College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent C olleges and Sch ools (ACIC S) to award diplomas. The Council is located at 750 First Street. NE, Suite 980, W ashington, DC 20002-4241. Phone: (202) 336-6780. Cam elot College is licensed by the Louisiana State Board of Regents. Their mailing address is P.O. Box 3677; Baton Rouge, LA 70821-3677. Phone: (225) 342-4253.

Cam elot College is also approved by the following: U.S. Department of Education Depa rtmen t of Veterans Affairs EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (EEO) POLICY As an advocate of equal opportunity, Cam elot College does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental handicap, veteran status and/or political belief with regards to participation as a student, administrator or staff person. AM ERIC AN W ITH D ISABILITIES ACT (AD A) If a person with a disability or handicap considers enrollment and/or employment at Cam elot College, our facility will make a reasonable effort to accomm odate such persons. CURRENT PLACEMENT, GRADUATION AND RETENTION Per our most recent Annual Institutional Report (July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011) our current placement and retention rates are as follows:

(Rates per ACICS) Placem ent RateRetention Rate70.7% 69.2%

(Rates per IPEDS Statistics) Graduation RateRetention Rate26.0% 50.0%

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CAMELOT COLLEGE BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 70805

INSTITUTION AL MISSION (Goals and Objectives) The m ission of C am elot College is to pro vide unem ployed and underem ployed individuals with a quality, m arke tab le education in the Advanced Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, Cosm etology and Cosm etology Instructor Training employment areas so they can become productive employees in a relatively short period of time. The philosophy and objectives of Camelot College are as follows: 1. To con sistently maintain a high standard of ed uca tional exce llence in all prog ram s offered by retaining a q uality teaching staff of motivated, educational professionals. 2. 3. To place the career objectives of our students as the number one priority in all career counseling sessions. To provide the necessary tools of learning (b ooks , resource m ate rials and equipm ent) to our stud ents s o their chance for achieving success in their chosen field will be enhanced. 4. To provide services that as sist in re m oving the barriers that prevent our stud ents from m atriculating success fully through their training programs. These services include an on-ca mp us da y care facility, transportation assistance, on-campus housing, fitness center, a free working wardrobe and on-campus part-time jobs. 5. To aggressively assist our graduates with obtaining employment imm ediately after graduation in their chosen career fields and to provide a continuous graduate follow-up process which will consistently assess the effectiveness of our training programs. The ultimate goal at the end of our educational programs is JOB PLACEMENT.

CONSUMERISM REPORT Cam elot College Consumerism Report Binder contains consumerism information and the students may come by the President's office, the Education Director office, and the Reso urce Ce nter to view the binder.

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Our prospective students must m eet the following requirements prior to enrollment in our training programs: 1. The applicant must be a high school graduate, have a G.E.D. certification or have satisfied the requirements of graduation through an accredited home study course. 2. Applicants 17 years or older who are not high school graduates and do not have a G.E.D. must mak e a passing score 230/230 on our Wonderlic Ability to Benefit Test (ATB). This test is administered by an independent tester and scored electronically. As a condition of acceptance, ATB students are mandated to participate in a GED Preparatory Program. If a student is currently enrolled in a GED Preparatory Training program, and can produce supporting evidence of this enrollment, he/she will not be required to adhere to our mandatory GED participation requ irem ent. All ATB students who are not participating in a GED Preparatory Training Program, must attend th e Cam elot Co llege GE D T raining Pro gram sched uled M ond ay throug h Th ursda y from 2 :30 p.m . to 4:00 p.m . Students who fail to meet the above scoring and participation requirements may still be admitted if they pass a specia l administrative acceptance interview and m eet one (1) of the following criteria:

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Must achieve the U.S. Department of Education's minimum score of 200/210(Verbal/Quantitative). Students must also adhere to the above mandatory GED preparation requirements.

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Must conditionally enroll in and successfully complete six credit hours or the equivalent course work applicable toward a certificate offered by the institution. Student must also adhere to the abo ve m and atory G ED prep aration req uirem ents . Students und er this provision are no t eligible to receive Title IV aid while earning the six credit hours and must mak e satisfactory payment arrangements for the first six credit hours before attending classes. Applicants will not be counted as official students until they successfully pass the six credit hours.

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All applicants must have an interest in the program for which they are applying. A person on whom the institution fails to receive financial aid or funding from an alternative source will not be recogn ized as a studen t.

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All stud ents m ust be as ses sed by the hous ing de partm ent fo r sub stan ce a bus e as a condition of en rollm ent into Ca m elot C ollege.

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All applicants must provide proof of imm unization compliance as per Louisiana R.S. 17:170/Schools of Higher Learning.

COSM ETOLO GY STU DIES SPECIAL ENTRANCE REQUIREM ENTS (**Pe r the Louisiana Sta te B oard of C osm eto logy) 1. **If the applicant does not have a high school diploma or GED he/she must present an official high school transcript reflecting that he/she has completed the tenth grade and pass the W onderlic Ability-to-Benefit Test with a minimum score of 230/230 or achieve the U.S. D epartm ent of Educa tion's minimum score of 200/210 (Verbal/Quantitative) provided they pass a specia l administrative acceptance interview . If the stu den t has not com pleted the 10th grad e, they must achieve a m inim um cum ulative s core of 2 85 o n the W ond erlic Ab ility-to-Bene fit Test. 2. **Applican t m ust c om plete a registration form and attach a $10.0 0 m one y order payable to the Lo uisian a Sta te Board of Cosmetology, two (2) 2x2 photos, social security card, and a state ID. 3. Applican ts m ust purchas e the Cosm etolog y starter kit and initial set of textb ook s or m ake arrang em ents to purchase those materials prior to attending class.

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ADVANCED MEDICAL ASSISTANT STUDIES SPECIAL ENTRANCE REQUIREMENT S All Advanced Medical Assistant students are expected to satisfy the pre-externship requirements no later than one academic session before they are due to start externship training. They are to provide documentation of the following items: Physical examination signed by a physician; Drug screen results; Criminal background check from the police department; Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) LEVEL "C" certification. For more information about prov iding these doc um ents , they are to pick up a "Pre-Externs hip Pack age " from the C linical Site C oord inator. Failure to provide these documents in a timely manner will result in a delay in starting and completing the externship training. **Eviden ce of th e High Sch oo l D ip lo m a o r GE D may include the student's attestation in place of the actual diploma or GED certificate ex ce pt fo r th e C os m eto lo gy Program .

RULES AND REGULATIONS

ATTENDANCE Cam elot College students are expected to attend all classes consistently. Absences are recorded and become a part of the student's permanent record. It is not advisable for a student to be absent from class as it is an indicator of his/her behavior on a prospective job. The following is a list of our college rules regarding absences: 1. 2. 3. 4. An absentee is defined as a student who is not present for regularly scheduled class. A student enro lled in a credit hour program will attend the schedu led classes in a cons istent mann er. A student is considered tardy when he/she reports to class later than the time specified for class. Students who have been terminated from school because of excessive absences may not re-enroll until thirty (30) days have elapsed from the date of termination. 5. 6. If a student needs to leave school early, permission from one of the administrative staff is required. Exceptions to any of the above can be made at the discretion of the President, Vice President, or Asst. to VicePresident/Educ ation Director. 7. Attendance is monitored continuously by daily phone calls to absent students and imm ediate problem resolutions are m ade to help the s tude nts. C am elot C ollege sincerely ca res abo ut the con sistent atten dan ce o f its stud ents . Again, it is a reflection of their future potential on their jobs. 8. All students are required to telephone the Asst. to Vice-President/Education Director if he/she cannot attend class es on a specific day. 9. A student who is absent for fourteen (14) consecutive calendar days will receive an administrative determination on whether he intends to return to classes or to withdraw. Studen ts w ho intend to R eturn Students who have been determined to have intentions to return to school will be placed on "Intent to Return" status for a m axim um period of 30 days after which tim e they will be with draw n from the school if th ey fa il to re turn. A ny Title IV aid due will also be returned at that time. Students who intend to Withdraw Students who have been determined to have intentions to withdraw will be withdrawn from the school on the date of determination (14 days after the Last Date of Attendance) and any Title IV aid due will be returned within 30 days of the date of de term ination of the with draw al.

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EXCUSED ABSENCES Excu sed abs ences are perm itted whe n situations prevent a student from being present in their scheduled classe s that are beyond their control. The maximum amount of excused absences should not exceed more than ten percent (10%) of the clock hours in the paym ent period.

An excused absence may be awarded under the following circumstances a. b. c. d. Co urt Ap pointm ents Fam ily Services Ap pointm ents Death (Family) Illness (Individu al or child, accom panied by a valid doctor's excu se)

***Please n ote that exc used a bsence s will not coun t toward any accum ulated a ttendan ce hou rs. UNEXCUSED ABSENCES An unexcused absence will result when the student is absent and returns to school without the proper documentation. Ma ke-up w ork will not be authorized for un exc use d ab sen ces . Penalties for unexcused absences: 1. If a student accumulates three (3) unexcused absences he/she will be placed on attendance probation by the Educa tion D epa rtm ent. 2. If a student should accumulate five (5) unexcused absences, he/she may be suspended for no less that one (1) day. 3. If a student has missed excessive days they will be placed on Final W arning and will receive the following disciplinary action on the next occasion that the student is absent due to an unexcused absence: 1. Termination from Student Housing. 2. Unlimited Suspension from Cam elot College. 3. Or Possibly termination from Cam elot College. 4. Any student with an unexcused absence will receive a zero for that day and will not be allowed to mak e up work or take an y exam s m issed. Ho wev er, ex cep tions to any of the above ca n be m ade at the d iscre tion of the P resident, Vice President or Ed ucation Dep artme nt Director.

Ma ke-U p W ork Students must receive authorization from the Education Director to make up work due to abs enc es d uring their training progra m p eriod. This authorization m ust be m ade in writing.

Ma ke-up h ours can be performe d M ond ay throug h Th ursday from 2:30p.m . until 4:00 p.m ., and Fridays fro m 9 :00 a.m. until 12:00p.m unless prior approval is given. The designated areas for make-up hours are: 1. 2. 3. Advanced Medical Assistant Students- Classroom 13 All Students-Resource Center Cosmeto logy S tud ents- Co sm eto logy C linic

Wh en reporting to the assigned area , the students should sign in with the assigned staff me mbe r when they arrive and sign out wh en they leave. The respective coord inator and/or his/her

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designee will report the hours to the Student information Office (ISO) at the end of each day. No childre n will be allowe d in the classroom /lab du ring m ake -up h our tim e.

LEAVES OF ABSENCE Lea ves of ab sen ce m ay be g rante d, but will not excee d on e hu ndre d eigh ty (180) calen dar d ays in any twelve (12 ) m onth period and will only be grante d fo r specific purposes. T he twe lve (12 ) m onth period begins on the first d ay of the stud ent's leave of absence. A written request for leave of absence is required and must be signed by both the student and the financial aid director or his/her designee. This request should be submitted before the effective date of the leave of absence, unless unforeseen circumstances prevent the student from doing so. W hen it may not be possible to obtain a written request from a student prior to the leave of absence, the institution would then be permitted to grant the leave of absence and collect the request at a later date.

Approve d leaves of abse nce are viewed as tem porary interruptions in a student's attendance . They are granted wh en there is a reasonable expectation that the student will be able to return to Cam elot College.

There are some instances where it may be appropriate to permit a student to take m ore than one leave of absence within a twelve (12) month period, as long as the number of days of the leave of absence does not exceed one hundred eighty (180) days. A dditional leaves m ay be grante d fo r m ilitary rea sons, jury duty or circ um sta nces that are covered under the F am ily and M edical Leave Act of 199 3 (FM LA): a. Birth of a son or daughter of the student and the need to care for that son or daughter - for twelve (12) m onth s from the date of the b irth of the child.. b. Placement of a son or daughter with the student for adoption or foster care - for twelve (12) months beg inning on the da te of the plac em ent. c. Need to care for the student's spouse, or a son, daughter, or parent, if the spouse, son, daughter or parent has a serious health condition; and d. Serious hea lth con dition tha t m akes the studen t unable to fu nction as a student.

Cam elot College will permit the student to complete the course work that he/she began prior to the leave of absence. Therefore, when a student returns from a leave of absence, the student will be continuing his/her education where he/she left off.

If a student does not return to the institution at the expiration of an approved leave of absence, the student's withdrawal date will be the last day of academic attendance as determined by the attendance records on file. In addition, the grace period of loan repayment is also determined by this date. In some instances, depending on the length of the leave of absence, th e stud ent will have exhauste d the grace period and the rep aym ent of the Title IV loan m ay begin im m ediate ly.

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PR IOR CR ED IT Cam elot College will grant academic credit to those students who have successfully completed with a 2.0 average the substantially sam e subjects on a post-seco ndary level as listed in the Ca m elot College catalog. These c redits mus t have been earned at an institution recognized by the U.S. Dept. Of Education. It is the student's responsibility to have official transcripts sent to Ca m elot College. The transcripts and/o r prior school's catalo g will be reviewed. W ritten verificatio n will be obtained and placed in each student's file. Tuition and fees will be adjusted accordingly upon receipt verifications.

DEFINITION OF CLOCK/CREDIT HOUR Cam elot College evaluates subjects in terms of clock hours and quarter credit hours. In the clock hour programs, one clock hour is granted for every fifty (50) minutes of classroom instruction with a ten (10) minute break attached to the fifty (50) minutes. For the quarter credit hour programs, it has been determined for all clock to credit-hour conversion purposes that Cam elot College will use the federal financial aid credit-hour conversion m ethod of: 25 clock hours = One Quarter Credit Hour For academic purposes the credit hour conversions are as follows: Lecture Classes: Laboratory Classes: Internship/Externship: 10 clock hours = One Quarter Credit Hour 20 clock hours = One Quarter Credit Hour 30 clock hours = One Quarter Credit Hour

ACADEMIC YEAR DEFINITION Cam elot College defines it's academic year depending on the program. The follo win g apply: 1. 2. 3. Advanced Medical Assistant consists of 37.6 quarter credit hours and at least 30 weeks of instruction. Co sm etolog y consists of 12 00 c lock hou rs an d at least 32 wee ks of instruction. Cosm etology Instructor Training consists of 720 clock hours and at least 30 weeks of instruction.

The week of instructional time is any week in which at least twelve (12) hours of regularly scheduled instruction, examinations, or preparations for examinations occurs. Instructional time does not include any periods of orientation, counseling, vacation, or other activity related to class using analytical and interpretative skills. The academic year begins on the first day of classes, and ends on the last day of classes or examinations.

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DISCIPLINARY POLICIES

Cam elot College reserves the right to dismiss any student whose conduct is unsatisfactory and detrimental to the best interest of other students and of the college. Our disciplinary policies include:

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Any student involved in fighting will be expelled from the institution. The use of profanity will not be tolerated and will result in suspension from classes for a period of time depending on the severity of the problem. Students may also be required to submit a (10) or (20) page typed report on Professionalism.

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An y stu dent using or po ss essing drugs on the cam pus grounds will be expelled from school. An y stu dent using or po ss essing alcoholic beverages on cam pus will be expelled from school. An y stu dent found carrying a concealed weapon will be expelled from school. Any student involved in any form of behavior that causes a disruption on campus grounds will be suspended from class for a period of time depending on the severity of the problem.

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Loitering in the hallways or lobby is not allowed. During class changes you are urged to be as orderly as possible. No student is to leave the building without permission when scheduled for a class. Students are not allowed to use the business phones except for an emergency and only with permission from a sc hool offic ial.

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Sm oking is permitted only in the designated areas. Smoking is not allowed in the classrooms at any time. Food, candy, or drinks are not permitted in our classrooms at any time. Gum chewing is not permitted in class. Proper attire is req uired when on cam pus grounds. Must be dre ssed according to P rogram dre ss code. All stu dents m ust refrain from wearing pants below their waist and re frain from any public display of their undergarments.

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Any student expelled for misconduct will not be eligible for reentrance during the remainder of the semester that he/she is expelled from, and is placed on a thirty (30) day probationary period after being readmitted.

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Any student who violates Camelot College's rules and regulations as stated in the catalog and housing agreement will be suspended for three (3) weeks from school. In order to reduce the three (3) weeks sus pen sion a studen t m ay opt to be asse sse d by a L icensed Sub stan ce A bus e Coun selor. If the student is found to be in need of substance abuse treatment then the student must participate in a substance abu se tre atm ent program at a licensed substance abuse treatment center in order to maintain his or her enrollment at Cam elot College.

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Students will refrain from all unprofessional negative comm ents and conversation in regards to our staff, other students and administrators.

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No student is to walk around the campus grounds with pajamas or sleep attire.. No duo and/or doo rags, scarves, or bandannas are to be worn in class or on campus grounds. No flip flops, house slippers, or sandals. All students must refrain from any unacceptable behavior which includes but is not limited to public displays of affection on campus or in the dormitories.

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DRESS CODE Effective immediately, the proper dress code for all students is as follows:

*Cosm etology : Fem ales: Black crossover top Blac k cuff pants /Black drawstring pan ts Black lab coat Black shoes Black socks Black or Beige plain underclothing (NO FLOWERS OR PRINTS) Males: Black barbering style jacket with zipper or Black crossover top Blac k "D ickie" style pants Black shoes Black Socks *Co sm etolo gy Ins tructo r: Fem ales: Burgundy Snap Top Burgundy Cargo Pants Burgun dy Swirl Snap Lab Coat Black shoes Black Socks Males: See Cosm etology - Males *M edical Assistant: Purple crossover top Purple cuff pants /Purple draws tring pa nts Purple lab coat W hite shoes W hite socks Black or Beige plain underclothing (NO FLOWERS OR PRINTS) *Nursing Assistant: Blue crossover top Blue cuff pan ts/Blue dra wstring pa nts W hite lab coat W hite shoes W hite socks Black or Beige plain underclothing (NO FLOWERS OR PRINTS)

*All unifo rm s m ust inc lude the appro priate Cam elot C ollege Log o im printed on the top and lab co at. * All incom ing and re-entry cosm etology students will and m ust be respo nsible for the purchase o f their student uniform. All incom ing and re-entry Medical Asst. students will and m ust be respo nsible for the purchase o f their student uniform. * Any student not following the dress code will be suspended for two (2) days.

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STUDENT SERVICES

Cam elot College believes that in order to acc om plish it's goals of e nsuring that a stud ent co m pletes his/he r stud ies, it is dep end ent on no n-interrupted studies . Therefore, s everal additional services a re available to m ake su re this is pos sible. Students may obtain information about these services primarily from the Admissions Department or as specified. They include the following:

STUDENT HOUSING Cam elot College has on-campus dormitory housing for students who require and/or request this service, primarily those who have out-of-city or out-of state residence or who have a lack of transportation. To apply for this service, you must complete an application and provide the following information: a. b. c. Drug Screening Crim inal Ba ckgrou nd C hec k (upon requ est) Picture Identification Card

There will be zero tolerance of profanity, verbal altercations, loud music, fighting, illegal drugs, weapons, vandalism, loitering, pets , and no disrespectful behavior to resident assista nt or other tenants . Fe m ales are not allowe d to visit the Male dormitories and Males are not allowed to visit the Female dormitories. Students may lose their housing privileges imm ediately if they violate any of the above stipulations.

Cu rfew is 10:0 0 pm Sun day throug h T hurs day an d 10 :00 pm on F ridays a nd S aturd ays. M edical stud ents are a llowed to check out from the dormitory on Thursdays and return on Sunday night. Cosmetology students are allowed to check out on Fridays and return on Sunday night. All students are required to return by curfew (10:00 pm)

Initial campus housing is provided on a thirty (30) day trial period. If any false information, omissions or misrepresentations of the facts provided to Camelot College on the student's application are discovered, housing will be term inated im m ediate ly. Othe rwise, the stu dent m ust give C am elot College a written notic e thirty (30) days in advanc e if the s tude nt no longe r wants to reside on cam pus . For a dditional hou sing inform ation a nd p olicies p lease refer to the housing rules and regulations handbook.

WINDSOR CHRISTIAN CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPM ENT CENT ER W indsor Christian Child Care and Development Center is not a part of Camelot College. It is a separate entity. Day care services are available for all children over the age of six weeks. The W indsor Christian Child Care and Development Center is located on the west side campus of Cam elot College in East Baton Rouge Parish at 2610 W ooddale Boulevard. It is a Class "A" facility licensed under the Department of Social Services Bureau of Licensing and Quality Assurance.

SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION Cam elot College currently has an arrangement with the Capitol Area Transit System (CAT S) to provide bus transportation via public bus passes for eligible students. Contact the Business Office for more information.

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WORKING WARDROBE The W orking W ardrobe is a clothing boutique available to college students or recent college graduates that provides FREE garments. Th e types of c loth ing pro vided is professional in nature and suitab le to wear on job intervie ws , etc . You m ay obta in garm ents every thirty (30) days. The only requirement is that you must be a recipient of g overnm ent as sistan ce and be currently enro lled in or re cen tly graduated from a post-seco nda ry education al institution.

RESOURC E CENTER Cam elot College provides its students with a wide variety of m aterials for their information, pleasure and enrichment. The resource center is a quiet, pleasant place for study and leisure reading. Supplem entary tex ts a nd publicatio ns are contin ually added to the library for each program of study. Some reference materials may be checked out of the resource cen ter. Fa culty and students are encouraged to offer suggestions in regards to adding new reference materials to the resource c enter. There is no fee for the use of the reso urce cen ter.

TUITION, FEES and OTHER INSTITUTIONAL CHARGES

Graduation Fee Adm inistrative Fee Cosm etology Cosm etology Instructor Advanced Medical Assistant Nurse Aide Training $ 100.00 $ 100.00 $ 15,978.74 $ 11,186.00 $ 13,588.83 $ 1500.00 (Not Eligible for Title IV)

Stud ents are re spo nsible for the pa ym ent of tuition an d fee s and other institutional charg es b y the pa ym ent period. Students applying fo r ho using are charged up front. Student financial aid fun ds are disbursed by the paym ent period as well.

For the program s of an Ac adem ic year or less (M edical Assistant, Nurse Aide T raining and Cos m etology Instructor Training): 1. The first payment period is the period of time in which the student is scheduled for the first half of the clock hours or credit hou rs in the prog ram or ac ade m ic year, w hichever is shorter. 2. The second paym ent period is the period of time in which the student is scheduled for the second half of the clock hours or credit hours in the program or the academ ic year, whichever is shorter.

For the program s that are m ore than one a cadem ic year (Cosm etology): 1. The first payment period is the period of time in which the student is scheduled for half of the clock hours or c redit hours in the acad em ic year. 2. The second paym ent period is the period of tim e in which the stu dent is scheduled for the second half of the clock hou rs or credit hours in the academ ic year. 3. The third or fourth payment periods is the period of time in which the student is scheduled for the remainder of the program and, depending on the num ber of clock hours or credit hours remaining in the program, the clock hours or credit hours may remain as one payment period or be divided into two payment periods. **Studen ts enrolled in clock hour programs will be subject to a $10/hr fee for any time attended beyond the scheduled program clock hours exce pt for exc used docu m ented abse nces .**

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Tuition and fees and other institutional charges are charged by the payment periods as follows:

COSMETOLOGY PAYMENT PERIOD 1 - Tuition Adm inistrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost PAYM ENT PER IOD 2 - Tuition Administrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost PAYM ENT PER IOD 3 - Tuition Administrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost $6,230.59 33.35 33.35 207.67 $ 6,504.96 $ 6,230.59 33.34 33.34 n/a $ 6,297.27 $ 3,109.89 33.31 33.31 n/a $ 3,176.51 GRAND TOTAL = $ 15,978.74

CO SM ET OL OG Y IN ST RU CT OR 'S TR AINING PROG RAM PAYM ENT PER IOD 1 - Tuition Administrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost PAYM ENT PER IOD 2 - Tuition Adm inistrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost $ 5,414.19 50.00 50.00 78.81 $ 5,593.00 $ 5,414.19 50.00 50.00 78.81 $ 5,593.00 GRAND TOTAL = $ 11,186.00

ADVANCED MEDICAL ASSISTANT PAYMENT PERIOD 1 - Tuition Administrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost $6,418.01 50.00 50.00 245.64 $ 6,763.65

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PAYMENT PERIOD 2 - Tuition Administrative Fee Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost

$6,418.00 50.00 50.00 307.18 $ 6,825.18 GRAND TOTAL = $ 13,588.83

NURSE AIDE TRAINING PAYM ENT PER IOD 1 - Tuition Graduation Fee *Books & Supplies Total Cost $ 1,500.00 N/A N/A $ 1,500.00 GRANT TOTAL = $1500.00

* Estimated C ost of Book s and S upplies. These item s are not included in the tuition costs. If the student drops, they have 20 d ays to re turn the textboo ks for credit. Clothing and m edical equ ipm ent cann ot be return ed in a ny case fo r hea lth reasons.

The previous listed charges do not include those for housing. Housing costs are billed for the entire program for the ten (10) month training programs. Housing Cost as of July 2011 are as follows: For ten (10) month programs: 1. 2. 3. Single Room Single Parent Double Room $ 4,042.50 $ 4,620.00 $ 3,465.00

All housing students are charged a $346.50 non-refundable move-in fee upon moving on-campus.

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DROP/RE-ENTRY FEE

Students who drop, withdraw, or are administratively withdrawn from the institution will be assessed an additional $500.00 withdrawal fee. Students with a withdrawal status desiring to re-apply for enrollment will be assessed an additional fee of $250.00.

FINANCIAL AID

Cam elot College offers a variety of financial aid programs for entering and continuing students. The primary purpose of financial aid is to provide the necessary financial assistance to stud ents w ho are in need of financial aid to com plete th eir academ ic endeavors. W e believe that when an individual is given the opp ortun ity to develop his capacity, that person not only enhances him self, but also contributes gre atly to society.

Financial aid will be offered to our students only after a determination that the resources of the family are insufficient to meet the student's educational cost. The school provides student financial aid to eligible applicants, and priority is given to students who have the most financial need. Financial aid awards are only made to our students after all of the entrance requ iremen ts have bee n m et. Studen ts m ust m aintain eligibility to receive financial aid.

FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENT SELECTION Awards are determined and granted based upon financial need. Need is determined by evaluating the information provided on the aid application. Students with greater need are given priority when awards are determined. Ha ndicapped stu dents should inform the Financial Aid Officer since expenses may be higher for the handicapped, which would increas e the opp ortun ity to receive aid. Cam elot College provides the following: Re gular Title IV , U.S. De partm ent of Educatio n fin ancial aid programs and institutional loan programs.

FEDERAL PELL GRANTS This is the largest Federal grant program. Unlike loans, grants do not have to be paid back. The amount of the grant depends on family size and income. Exact grant amounts depend on the student's expected family contributions and cost of attendance. Pe ll grants are ordered and disbursed to the school electronically via EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer). Students who attend class for at least one week are eligible for a first pell grant disbursement. Second and subsequent disbursements are ordered when students reach the necessary clock/credit hours and are maintaining satisfactory progress standards. Please see the Financial Aid Office for more details.

FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANTS A Federal Supplem ental E ducation al O pportun ity Grant (FS EO G) is for stu dents with exceptio nal fina ncial need. T his grant does not have to be paid b ack . How ever, there is no g uara ntee every eligible studen t will receive this gra nt. Awards are made to those with the gre ate st n eed. S EO G gra nts are ord ered and disbursed to the school electronically via EF T (Electronic Funds Trans fer). More information can be obtained in the Financial Aid Office.

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FEDERAL WORK STUDY Cam elot College has a Fed eral W ork Stud y grant program available to provide the students with jobs to assist with the educational cos ts incu rred. Jobs are located on cam pus and off cam pus and are provided to eligible students with financial need. W ork Study funds do not have to be paid back, however, students must work for the amount of funds granted to them. For m ore inform ation, inq uire at the Financial Aid Office.

DIR EC T L OAN PROG RAM S Direct Loan Programs (Federal Direct Loan Programs) are guaranteed student loans that must be paid back at the completion of the student's program. The loans Cam elot College offer are the Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, and Federal PLUS Loans. Direct Loan funds are also ordered and disbursed electronically via EFT (E lectronic Funds T ransfer). Stud ents must be in attendance for a m inim um of thirty (30) days to rec eive a first disb ursem ent. Subs equ ent disbursem ents are ordered when students achieve the necessary clock/credit hours and are maintaining satisfactory progress standards. See "The Student Guide" or ask the Financial Aid Administrator for details.

INSTITUTIONAL LOANS This loan is granted by our ins titution for those stu dents who do not qualify for either a c om plete P ell G rant or no gra nt at all. It can also be used for tho se s tude nts that do not qualify for a ny Title IV fund ing or students who com plete their course with a remaining balance. This loan is granted to students based on need. This loan must be repaid upon com pletion or im m ediate ly after the student graduates or leaves the school. The minimum repayment for this loan is 25% of the rem aining balance above $250.00 upon completion and the rem aining balance in equal m onthly paym ents m onth until th e re m aining balance is paid in full. Balances under $250.00 m ust be paid in full p rior to gra duatio n to participate. T his loan is gra nte d only after all entrance requ irem ents have been met. The student must also make satisfactory academic progress. The application for this loan must be made when a student has been determined to have an unmet need. Institutional loans are serviced by the Business Office, Partner's Financial Service and CPS Financial Services.

ACG The Academic Com petitiveness Grant (ACG) is for first and second year undergrad uate students. Th ese stude nts m ust have had a rigorous aca dem ic stud y in high scho ol. Th ese students must receive a Pell Grant in the same award year, be enrolled in one- or two-year certificate program, enrolled in the first or second year of a program of study at an eligible two-year or fouryear degree-granting institution, have successfully completed a rigorous secondary school program, not have been enrolled previously as a reg ular stud ent in an ACG-eligible college pro gram when they were still in high school.

FORMS/APPLICATION INFORMATION Each stu dent fills out the U.S. D epartm ent of Educatio n's "Free Application for Fe deral Stu dent A id". Th is fo rm is available in the Financial Aid Office. It is helpful to bring to the Financ ial Aid Office a co py of the necessa ry U.S. Income T ax Return and W -2's for the mos t recent tax year.

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For those students participating in the Direct Loan Programs, a sam ple loan repayment schedule and a fact sheet on the necessity for repaying the loan are included in the handouts distributed by the Financial Aid Office.

ELIGIBILITY To be eligible to receive financial aid, a student must m eet all of the following requirements: * * have a financial need, except for some loan programs. have a high school diploma or a General Edu cation Developm ent(G ED ) Ce rtificate or pass an entrance test approved by the U.S. Department of Education. * be enrolled or a cc epted for enrollm ent as a re gular student working toward an associate degree or certificate in an eligible progra m . * * be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. have a valid Social Security Number. If you don't have a Social Security Number, you can find out more about applying for one a t: * * www.ssa.gov

mak e satisfactory academic progress. sign a statement on the Free Applicatio n fo r Federal Stud ent Aid (FAF SA ) certifying that you will use fe deral aid only for educational purposes.

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sign a statement on the FAFSA certifying that you are not in default on a federal student loan and that you do not owe m one y back on a fe dera l stude nt gra nt.

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register with the Selective Service, if required. If you are a male 18 through 25 years of age and have not yet registered with Selective Service you may register by checking a box on the FAFSA. You can also register through the Internet at: www.sss.gov

Note:

A recent law suspends aid eligibility for students convicted under federal or state law of sale or possession of drugs. If you have a conviction or convictions for the se o ffenses , call 1-800-4 -FE D-A ID (1-800-433-3243) to find out how if, this law applies to you. You can regain eligibility early by successfully completing an approved drug rehabilitation program.

TO MAINTAIN ELIGIBILITY 1) 2) 3) A student must m eet the satisfactory academic progress standards printed in the catalog. A student must be enrolled when the Student Aid Report (SAR) is processed and submitted to the Financial Aid Office If allowed to re-enter the school on probationary basis after failing to meet the satisfactory academic progress standards, a student must m eet the terms and conditions of probation in order to be eligible for further financial aid assistance.

Sh ould you have any questions or need add itional inform ation, p lease co ntac t the scho ol's Financ ial Aid O fficer. In add ition, to gain further information in regards to Federal Student Aid Program s an d ba sic cons um er info rm ation p lease visit ou r website at http://www.cam elotco llege.com /pub lications .htm l where you can find the US Department of Education's "Funding Education Be yond H igh Sc hool" res ource m anual.

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RETURN TO TITLE IV FUNDS CALCULATION AND THE INSTITUTIONAL REFUND POLICY

The Return to Title IV Funds Formula for Title IV recipients, and the Institutional Refund Policy for all students, will be calculated for students who term inate their en rollm ent prior to the com pletion of their program . The Re turn to Title IV Fu nds F orm ula will determine the amount of Title IV funds that the student has not earned, which must be returned at the time of withdrawal. The Institutional Refund Policy will determine the amount of tuition liability a student may owe to the school at the tim e of withd rawa l. Stu dents who wish to offic ially withd raw from Ca m elot College m ust sp eak to a Financial Aid Offic er and the F inancial Aid Officer will assist the student in completing the Withdrawal Form. The withdrawal date will be based on the last date of attendance.

RETURN TO TITLE IV FUNDS CALCULATION For purposes of the Return to Title IV Funds calculation, a Title IV recipient is any student who has begun class and established eligibility for his or her Title IV grant and loans, even if he or she has not received all of the disbursements prior to withd rawing. Fo r all Title IV re cipien ts, fed eral regulations requ ire that the am oun t of Ea rned Title IV Aid be ca lculated. Any Title IV funds received for the payment period that exceed the calculated amount of Earned Title IV funds must be returned to the applicable T itle IV pro gram . If the am ount of Earned T itle IV Aid exceeds th e am ount of Title IV Aid disbursed and the student did not receive all of the Title IV Aid for which he or she was eligible to receive, a post-withdrawal disbursement will be available to the student and parent, in the case of a PLUS loan.

Calculating the Percentage Completed: CR ED IT-H OU R PRO GR AM S The percentage completed is calculated by dividing the total number of calendar days through the date of withdrawal by the total number of calendar days in the payment period. Scheduled breaks of 5 days or more are not included.

C LO CK -H OU R PR OG RAM S The percentage completed is calculated by dividing the total number of scheduled clock hours by the total number of clock hou rs in the paym ent period. Determining the Percentage of Earned and Unearned Title IV Aid: If the student completed 60 percent or less of the scheduled clock hours in the payment period, the percentage of Earned Title IV Aid is equal to the Percentage Com pleted. However, if the student has completed more than 60 percent of the scheduled clock hours in the payment period, the percentage of Earned Title IV for the scheduled clock hours in the payment period is 100 percent. The percentage of Unearned Title IV Aid is the compliment of the percentage of Earned Title IV Aid.

Calculating the Amount of Earned and Unearned Title IV Aid: The sum of the Total Title IV Aid disbursed for the paym ent period and the Tota l Title IV Aid that co uld have been disbursed for the paym ent period equals the Tota l Title IV Aid for the payment period. The Total Title IV Aid is multiplied by the percentage of Earned Title IV Aid to equal the Amount of Ea rned Title IV Aid for the paym ent period. T he Am ount of Earned T itle IV Aid is subtracte d from the Tota l Title IV Aid disbursed fo r the paym ent period.

If the Am ount of Earne d Title IV Aid is greater than the T otal Title IV Aid disbursed, the studen t or parent, in the case o f a PLUS loan, may be eligible for a Post-Withdrawal Disbursement. If the Amount of Earned Title IV Aid is less than the Total

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Title IV Aid disbursed, Title IV Aid will have to be repaid.

Repayment of Unearned Title IV Aid: Cam elot College will return the lesser of the Total Unearned Title IV Aid for the paym ent period or the To tal Institution al Charge s for the paym ent period m ultiplied by the perc enta ge o f Un earn ed T itle IV Aid. The student will return the difference between the Total Unearned Title IV Aid and the amount returned by Cam elot College. The am ount of Returned Title IV Aid will be allocated to the Title IV programs in the following order as prescribed b y la w : 1. Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans 2. Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan 3. Unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loans 4. Subsidized Direct Stafford Loans 5. Federal Perkins Loans 6. Federal PLUS Loans 7. Direct PLUS Loans 8. Fe dera l Pell Grants 9. ACG Program 10. FSEOG 11. National Smart Grant 12. Student

Additionally, any unearned Title IV Aid to be returned by the student to the Federal Pell Grant or FSEOG Programs will be reduced by 50 percent. Camelot College will return any Title IV Aid due within 30 days of the date of determination of the with draw al.

INSTITUTIONAL REFUND POLICY The institutional refund policy is based on institutional charges assessed for the payment period. If a student withdraws before the first day of classes, he or she will receive a 100 percent refund.

If a student withdraws after classes begin, the school will retain the same percentage as the percentage of time the student has attended school based on days attended.

If a student withdraws after the 60 percent point in the payment period, Cam elot College will retain 100 percent of the tuition and fees and other institutional charges. In addition, if a student withdraws, Camelot College will retain 100 percent of the fees, book s and equipm ent not returned at the tim e of withd rawa l. Fo r those who contract for room , Cam elot College will retain a non-refundab le m ove-in fee and a daily room rate base d on the am oun t of tim e sp ent in hous ing.

Refunds w ill be return ed in the fo llow ing o rder: 1. Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans 2. Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan 3. Unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loans 4. Subsidized Direct Stafford Loans 5. Federal Perkins Loans 6. Federal PLUS Loans 7. Direct PLUS Loans 8. Fe dera l Pell Grants 9. ACG Program 10. FSEOG 11. National Smart Grant 12. Student

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STANDARDS OF SATISFACTORY PROGRESS

The standards in this policy apply to all students.

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS STANDARDS To be cons idered as m aking sa tisfactory progres s at C am elot C ollege, a studen t m ust: 1. At the date when the first scheduled payment period was scheduled to end, achieve a minimum GPA of 1.75 and successfully complete a minimum of 60% of the scheduled clock hours/credit hours attempted. 2. At the date when the second scheduled payment period was scheduled to end, achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0 and successfully complete a minimum of 68% of the scheduled clock hours/credit hours attempted. 3. At the date when the third scheduled payment period was scheduled to end, achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0 and successfully complete a minimum of 68% of the scheduled clock hours/credit hours attempted. 4. At the date when a student reaches the scheduled maximum time fram e (150% of the normal published length of the program) achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0 and successfully complete all graduation requirements.

M AX IM U M T IM E FR AM E The m aximum time fram e is 150% of the normal published length of the program. Students in the 1,500 clock hour program may complete their program within 2,250 scheduled clock hours. Students in the 720 clock hour p rogram s m ay com plete th eir program within 1,080 sch edu led clock hou rs. Stu den ts in the 36 credit hour programs m ay attempt 54 quarter credit hours. Students in the 37.6 credit hour programs may attempt 56.4 qua rter credit ho urs.

Time off for authorized leaves of absence will not be considered in the maximum time fram e evaluation.

Students not meeting maximum time fram e will lose eligibility for Title IV funds and dismissed from the College.

THE FOLLOWING DEFINITIONS ARE APPLICABLE FOR EVALUATING ALL STUDENTS FOR SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS:

FINANCIAL AID WARNING Students are c ounse led and placed on Financial Aid W arning when they fail to meet the m inimum standards o f satisfactory acade m ic progress at evaluation point. The student will be placed on Financial Aid W arning for one paym ent period and are eligible for financial aid while on Financial Aid Warning.

If at the end of the Financial Aid W arning period, the student has not achieved the minimum standards, the student will lose eligibility for Title IV programs and m ust be dismissed. The student may appeal his or her loss of financial aid eligibility and termination.

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APPEALS A student may appeal his or her loss of eligibility for Title IV funds and termination by submitting a written request for an appeal to the President of the School. Documentation must be provided that the student had not met the minimum standards because of mitigating circumstances (i.e., death of a relative, an injury or illness of the student, or other special circumstance). The student must also provide a written explanation as to what has changed in the student's situation that will allow the student to demonstrate satisfactory academic progress at the next evaluation.

DENIED APPEALS Students who have appeals that are denied will maintain his or her loss of eligibility for Title IV funds and termination from the College.

ACCEPTED APPEALS AND FINANCIAL AID PROBATION Stu dent appeals that are accepte d will allow a stu dent to re-estab lish his or h er loss of elig ibility fo r Title IV fun ds and re m ain enrolled on Financial Aid Probation. The student will be allowed to attend classes on Financial Aid Probation for one payment period. If at the end of the Financial Aid Probation period, the student has not achieved the minimum standards, the student will lose eligibility for Title IV programs and will be dismissed.

GRADING The standard letter system of grading is used: A B C D F E P NP R IL IM 100 - 90 89 - 80 79 - 70 69 - 60 0 - 59 Ex ternship Pass Not Pass Auditing Incom plete Leave Incomplete Make Up 4.0 - A average 3.0 - B average 2.0 - C average 1.0 - D average 0.0 - F average I = Incom plete W = W ithdraw M = Make-up

Incomplete -

For Advanced Medical Assistant students, incomplete grades must be made up no later that the end of the next five (5) week grading period. Cosmetology students must make up all incomplete grades by the end of their rotation cycle. Failure to do so will automatically result in the grade becoming an "F" grade, exc ept in c ase s wh ere e xce ptions are m ade by the E duc ation D irector. "I" grad es a re no t com pute d into the cumulative grade point average but the quarter credit hours or clock hous are counted as course attempts. If an exception is not made by the Education Director, then the "I" grade will become an "F"

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grad e an d co m pute d into the cu m ulative g rade average . Repeats Th e studen t will receive the higher of the grad es fo r all courses that are re pea ted. H owe ver, both attempts will count in calculating attempted clock hours or quarter credit hours and cumulative grade point average. Withdrawals Stud ents who withdraw from a course be fore the end o f a five (5) week grad ing pe riod will receive a "W " and will have to repeat tha t co urse if they re -ente r school. The clock hours or qu arter credit hours will count as clock hours or qua rter credit hours attempted. C osm etology students who withdraw w ill receive cre dits for h ours earn ed up to the date of w ithdrawal. The "W " gra de does not count in the student's grade point average. Make-UpCosm eto logy stu dents who have already earned a grade in a course they have pre viously tak en will receive a "M" grade in the same course when taken again to complete remaining hours. Tran sfer Cred itAll transfer credit accepted into a student's program of student will count as quarter credit hours or clock hours attempted and earned.

PASS/FAIL GRADES W e cu rrently offer pa ss/fail grad es fo r stud y hall cou rses. Study hall co urses d o no t count toward a cad em ic credit in regard to com pletion of a n academ ic program . The stu dent w ill rec eive a "P" (pass) or "NP" (no t pass) grade after com pleting this cou rse. This grade w ill not be calculated in the G PA for the student.

NON-CREDIT REM EDIAL COURSES W e do not offer non-credit remedial courses.

HONORS Cam elot College offers the student incentives in the form of achievement awards to enhance their academic performance. DETERMINING HONOR STUDENTS

ELIGIBILITY FOR PRESIDENT'S LIST: A stu dent is eligible for the President's List each academ ic session as long as he/she obtains an overall 4.0 grade point average for all classes taken in that session. ELIGIBILITY FOR DEAN'S LIST: A student is eligible for the Dean's List each academic session as long as he/she obtains an overall grade point average from 3.5 3.9 for all classes taken in that session. ELIGIBILITY FOR HONOR ROLL: A student is eligible for the Honor Roll each academic session as long as he/she obtains an overall grade point average from 3.4 3.0 for all classes taken in that session.

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

A student must m eet the following criteria in order to graduate from Cam elot College: 1) 2) 3) Each s tudent m ust have a cu m ulative overall 2.0 average (on a 4.0 scale). Each student who enrolled in a credit or clock hour program must successfully complete all required courses. Each student who enrolled in a clock hour program m ust attend a minimum of 90% of the scheduled program clock hours. Ho w eve r, each student enrolled in the Cosmetology , Cosmetology Instructor and Nail Tech Training programs must attend the total scheduled program clock hours. 4) Each student must not owe any outstanding financial charges to Cam elot College.

To participate in the graduation ceremonies. The following applies: 1) Cosm etology , Cosmetology Instructor and Nurse Aide students must pass all of the components necessary to become license d ( i.e Theory - National & State Exam s and the Pra ctical Exam ).

Stu dents who com plete th e re quired credit/c lock h ours at m axim um tim e frame but failed to achieve the required GPA for Graduation will receive a certificate of completion. All stud ent gradu ates are a warded a diplom a afte r they ha ve succ ess fully com pleted their ch ose n cu rriculum .

PLACEMENT SERVICE

Cam elot College excels in its placement service. Our motto is "Every student who wants a job, should attain a job after grad uation ". Th e C ollege pro vides the necess ary sk ill training for our students to acquire employment on their own and our Job Placement De partm ent, which consist of our Education De partm ent Coordinators and Ins tructo rs, becom e directly involved in setting up interviews for our graduates until they are placed. W e also follow up on our graduates to ensure the success of each job placem ent. W e m aintain direct contact with our area employers who have consistently been impressed with the quality of our grad uate s.

The placement services offered by Camelot are available to our graduates for as long as they desire to use the service. No additional charge is required for this service.

There are many factors involved in becoming employed and no reputable business college will guarantee their graduates a job , yet o ur gra duate s jo b placem ent su cc ess rate is our num ber on e goal. The following is a partial list of companies in which Camelot College graduates have been employed.

Fantastic Sam's Mo-Hair Lakewood Quarters JC Penny's Hair Salon

C.J.'s Barber & Beauty Salon Jag Enterprise Total Package Nunnery & Reed Law Offices

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center W est TeleSe rvic es Manhattan Hair Line Convergy's Iberia Medical Center

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W est-End Kid-Med Super C uts W PF C-Radio Office of Fa m ily Support Sm art Styles Alternative Foot Clinic City Parish Government Southern University

Huey P. Long Hospital Trade S ecrets Clips-N-Curls W al-Mart W oman's Hospital Hancock Bank Baton Rouge Physical Medicine Nesbitt & Simm ons Law Offices

Baton Rouge General Medical Center Ochsner Clinic of Baton Rouge

NOTIFICATION OF RIGHTS UNDER FERPA

(FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS & PRIVACY ACT)

Th e Fa m ily Educationa l Rights and Privacy Act(FER PA) affo rds students certa in rights with respe ct to the ir education reco rds. They are: (1) The right to inspect and review the student's education records within 45 days of the day Cam elot College receives a request for access. Students should submit to the Director of Education, written requests that identify the record(s) they wish to inspect. Arrangements will then be made to pull the necessary files for access and the student will be notified in writing of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the College Official to whom the request was submitted, that Official shall advise the student of the correct Official to whom the request should be addressed. (2)The right to request the amendment of the student's education records that the student believes are inaccurate or m islead ing. Stu den ts m ay ask the Edu cation Director to am end a rec ord th at they believe is inaccurate or m islead ing. He/She should write the Education Director for the record, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the Education Director decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, they will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures, including the time and place of the hearing will be prov ided to the s tude nt wh en n otified of the right to a h earing. (3)The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student's education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure with consent. One exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to school offic ials with legitim ate educatio nal interests . A school official is a person em ployed by the C ollege in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position whom the College has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Advisory Board; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance comm ittee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon request, the College discloses education records without consent to officials of another school in which a student seeks or intends to enroll. Camelot College may disclose Directory Information unless the student requests that the information not be disclosed. Request for information to not be disclosed should be directed in writing to the Ed ucatio n D irecto r. D irecto ry Inform atio n is defined as: inform atio n contain ed in an education rec ord of a s tud ent tha t wo uld

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not generally be considered harm ful or a n invasion of privacy if d isclosed. It inc ludes, but is not lim ited to, th e stud ent's name, address, telephone listing, electronic mail address, photograph, date and place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, grade level, enrollment status, and the most recent educational agency or institution attended. (4)T he right to file a c om plaint with the U .S. Depa rtm ent of Educa tion co nce rning alleged failure s by C am elot C ollege to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA are:

Fam ily Policy Com pliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW W ashington, DC 20202-5901

STUDENT COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

Any student having a com plaint or grievance should file the com plaint in writing to the Dep artme nt Coordinator. The Department Coordinator will set up a meeting with the student voicing the complaint within two (2) days to determine the nature of the complaint and attempt to solve the pro blem . If the stud ent is not s atis fied that th e problem has been satis facto rily solved, then the student should put the complaint in writing to the President for final determination. W ithin three (3) days a meeting will be scheduled with all parties invo lved to determ ine a s olution to the p roblem . If the stu den t does not feel that this solution has satisfactorily resolved the problem or if the student has complaints relative to the actions of school officials, then the student should send a copy of the written and signed complaint(s) to the Louisiana State Board of Regents, Proprietary Schools Section, P.O. Box 3677, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821-3677 or call (225) 342-4253, only after the student has unsuccessfully attempted to resolve the m atter with the scho ol after first filing a written and signed complaint with the school's officials. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) provides complaint procedures for the filing of complaints against accredited institutions. ACICS requires that the complainant have exhausted all complaint and grievance procedures provided under the institutional policy. Should such a complaint be filed, ACIC S will review the m atter to determine whe ther there m ay have been any violation of its criteria and sta ndards, and can tak e actio n only if it determines there to have been such a violation. ACICS can be contacted at 750 First Street, NE Suits 980, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 336-6780.

JEANNE CLERY DISCLOSURE OF CAMPUS SECURITY and CRIME STATISTICS ACT

Cam elot College has e stab lished institutional sec urity policies that en sure that all stude nts and s taff are ab le to obtain qu ality educa tion and perform work du ties within a secure en vironme nt, virtually free from intentional harm .

Cam elot College has security staffing that consists of 1) security guards, who have the responsibility of campus security, but are not considered campus police, and 2) administrative personnel, namely President, Vice President, and Director of Education who have significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including, but not limited to, student housing and campus judicial proceedings. The primary responsibility of the security guards include monitoring the entrances and exiting of persons entering campus properties and making sure that non-students are not allowed to remain on campus longer than is nec ess ary to co m plete the ir business. W hile the entire institution is accessible to the general public, housing areas are res tricted to stud ents, their fam ily mem bers, and staff mem bers.

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All staff and students are encouraged to report any crime, including possible sex offenses to the President, Vice President and/or sec urity guards. Cam elot College allows victim s or witne sses to report crim es on a vo luntary, co nfidentia l basis for inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics. Voluntary reports should be reported to the office of the President and /or Vice President. The administrator to whom the incident was reported has th e discretion to investig ate the alleged violation in an appropriate tim e frame. Any student who commits any crime on cam pus is subject to being reported to police authorities and expelled from school if it is proven that the stude nt is invo lved.

Ca m pus sec urity pers onn el do n ot have arrest authority but are m andated to call state and local police agencies in all cases of criminal activity. Cam elot Co llege m aintain s a daily crim e log of an y crim e that occurred within the parol jurisdiction of our campus ,sec urity dep artm ent. W e re cord the date of the crim e, natu re, tim e, general location and disposition of the com pliant. W e up date the log with new inform atio n when available tw o (2 ) bu siness days after the info rm atio n is rec eived unless th e disclosure is prohibited by law or w ill jeopardize c onfidentiality.

Stud ents at Cam elot College are made aware of the campus security policies and practices during their initial orientation period. These sessions occur at the onset of each academ ic session. It is a t this tim e stud ents a re also encouraged to be res ponsible for their ow n security as well as the security of others. Crim e preventio n is discussed in deta il that co vers all possible instances. Staff and facu lty are m ade abre ast of thes e sa m e po licies an d pra ctices du ring the ir regularly schedu led sta ff m eetings . In addition, all crime reports and other em ergencies that oc cur on cam pus are poste d in public are as on cam pus for public inform ation w ithin forty eight (48 ) hou rs of the inc ident.

Cam elot College students are advised to repo rt alleged sexual misconduct to loca l enforcem ent autho rities in ac cordan ce w ith the estab lished crim e re porting policy. Educational programs to promote sexual offense awareness are incorporated within the campus security orientation sessions. This includes: rape, acquaintance rape, and any other forcible and nonforcible sex offenses. Additional topics are c overed d uring regu larly schedu led do rm itory m eeting s, sc hoo l assem blies, etc. Victims of sex offenses are afforded the following: a) On-cam pus counseling with a mem ber of the administration and/or a third party counselor as re quired an d/or re que sted with the provision tha t referrals to off cam pus cou nse ling, b) The student has the option to notify the appropriate law enforcem ent officials, including local police, w ith th e institu tion 's ass istanc e, if this as sistance is reques ted. M enta l health, or other stu den t services are a vailable. c) Changes in academic and living situations are available after an alleged sex offense occurs should the student request and changes are reasonably securable. d) Situations that result in on-campus disciplinary actions of alleged sex offenses include: 1) The entitlement of both the accuser and acc used to the sam e opportunities to be present during a disciplinary proceeding. 2) The provision that both the accused and accuser be informed of the outcome of any institutional disciplinary actions.

In the event of the co m m ission of a sexu al offe nse occ urring on-c am pus : a) Stud ents are required to im m ediate ly notify the designate d personnel and/or adm inistrator that the stu dent feels com fortable relating the incident to. For students residing in on-campus housing, should the department coordinator not be available the studen t is to notify their resident ass istant.

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b)

T he dep artm ent coord inator or res ident ass istant re ceiving the initial allegation sho uld write the inc ident up and forw ard th is report to the President and o r/Vice President.

c)

Upon receiving the written report of the alleged sex offense, the designated administrator will begin an investigation of the allegation.

d)

Any evidence or proof relative to the com m ission of a criminal offense should be preserved until said allegation has been thoroughly investigated and final dispositio n re ached. T his evidence or proof should remain in the custody of either the V ice President or President.

e)

Victims should seek an imm ediate medical examination.

In the event of the com m ission of a sexual offense occurring off-campus, the student is to notify the appropriate law enforcement agency. Upon returning to Camelot College, the student is to inform the administration of the occurrence and forward copies of the report files for inclusion in the student's record.

The Annual Disclosure of Crime Statistics Report is prepared by the President, Vice President and security personnel, It is based on filed incident reports. These reports are completed for every reportable incident and maintained in a binder located in the Business Office. The statistics are tallied and com piled fo r the disclosure re port. T he next d isclosure fo r crim e is October 1, 2012 to display statistics for the previous three years. Statistics do not include local police department statistics. These are not available for our specific area via local statistics. According to the 2011 Annual Security Report, the crime statistics for the last three (3) years are as follows: Criminal Offenses - Main Campus On Campus Murde r/Non-negligent m anslaughter Negligent Manslaughter Forcible sex offenses Nonforcible sex offenses Incest Statutory rape Robb ery Ag gravate d Ass ault Burglary Motor Ve hicle Theft Arson 2008 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2009 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

On Campu s, In R esid ence H alls Murde r/Non-negligent m anslaughter Negligent Manslaughter Forcible sex offenses Nonforcible sex offenses Incest Statutory rape

2008 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009 0 0 0 0 0 0

2010 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Robb ery Ag gravate d Ass ault Burglary Motor Ve hicle Theft Arson

0 0 4 0 0

0 0 3 0 0

0 0 2 0 0

Pub lic Property Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter Negligent Manslaughter Forcible sex offenses Nonforcible sex offenses Incest Statutory rape Robb ery Ag gravate d Ass ault Burglary Motor Ve hicle Theft Arson

2008 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

During the above referenced years, Camelot College experienced no instances of the crimes listed above or any other crimes involving bodily injury to any person in which the victim is intentionally selected because of the victim's actual or perceived race, gender, religion, s exual orie nta tion , eth nicity, or disability. Hate Offenses - Main Campus On Campus 2008 2009 2010

­Th ere were no reported hate crim es for these pe riods--

On Campu s, In R esid ence H alls

2008

2009

2010

­Th ere were no reported hate crim es for these pe riods--

Pub lic Property

2008

2009

2010

­Th ere were no reported hate crim es for these pe riods--

Ad ditionally, below are the arrests and/or disciplinary actions/judicial referrals based on liquor law violations, drug law violations or illegal weapons possessions. Arrests - Main Campus On Campus 2008 2009 2010

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Illegal W eapon Possessions Drug Law Violations Liquor Law Violations

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 0 0

On -Cam pus, In R esiden t Halls Arrests Illegal W eapon Possessions Drug Law Violations Liquor Law Violations

2008 0 0 0

2009 0 0 0

2010 0 0 0

Disciplin ary Action s/Ju dicia l Referrals On Campus Illegal W eapon Possessions Drug Law Violations Liquor Law Violations 2008 0 0 0 2009 0 0 0 2010 1 0 0

Arrests - Public Prop erty Illegal W eapon Possessions Drug Law Violations Liquor Law Violations

2008 0 0 0

2009 0 0 0

2010 0 0 0

Disciplin ary Action s/Ju dicia l Referrals Pub lic Property Illegal W eapon Possessions Drug Law Violations Liquor Law Violations 2008 0 0 0 2009 0 0 0 2010 0 0 0

To obtain a ph oto copy of the above statistics, please visit : http://op e.ed .gov/sec urity

ALCOHOL & DRUG POLICY

In accordance with security protocols, as further detailed in the published Alcohol and Drug Policy of Camelot Co llege (o bta inable from their respective admissions representative), the institution: a) Maintains and provides a safe, healthy, and productive drug-free working environment that protects and maintains a favorable public image and assures our effective operations. b) Re stricts the possession, use, and sale of alcoholic beverages and/or illegal drugs from being brought on or being present on campus property, including its parking areas, and its vehicles. c) Prohibits Cam elot college em ployees/s tud ents a nd all othe rs from rep orting to w ork/school, w orkin g/a tten ding school,

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or being present on cam pus prop erty with detectable levels or identifiable trace quantities of alcoholic beverages and/or illegal drugs. d) Respectfully honors the local, state and federal enforcement of underage drinking laws and drug laws by reporting, as necessary, illegal activity occurring on campus properties. e) Provides referrals to drug or alcohol-abuse education programs for any student or staff mem ber requesting and/or requiring such services. f) If a student tests positive for marijuana, the student must interview with our administrative team to determine his/her comm itment to attend drug abuse treatment and end his/her habitual use of illegal drugs. The decision may be made at this tim e no t to accep t the stude nt. g) If the administrative team determines that the student is worthy of admission into Cam elot College he/she will be enrolled on a probationary status under the following conditions: 1. Mand atory consistent participation in a license d drug treatm ent center. 2. Student who lives on campus m ust adhere to a 9:00 P.M. curfew throughout tenure at Camelot College. 3. Student must consent to mandatory random drug tests. 4. Any violation of the above guidelines or of our written rules and regulations unprofessional conduct will be grounds for imm ediate termination.

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Class period start dates are as follows: Advanced Me dical Assistant:

July 8, 2010 - August 11, 2010 August 16, 2010 - September 21, 2010 September 23, 2010 - October 27, 2010 November 1, 2010 - December 6, 2010 Decem ber 7. 2010 - January 18, 2011 January 20, 2011 - February 23, 2011 February 28, 2011 - March 31, 2011 April 5, 2011 - May 9, 2011 May 11, 2011 - June 15, 2011

June 20, 2011 - July 25, 2011 July 27, 2011 - August 30, 2011 September 1, 2011 - October 6, 2011 October 11, 2011 - November 14, 2011 November 16, 2011 - Decem ber 21, 2011 January 2, 2012 - February 6, 2012 February 8, 2012 - March 13, 2012 March 15, 2012 - April 18, 2012 April 24, 2012 - May 29, 2012

Cosm etology Calendar: Start Dates Vary. See Admissions Department for more information

Classes begin 8:00 a.m. on the start dates.

The following holidays will be observed: Christmas D ay through New Year's Day; Martin Luther King's Birthday; Good Friday, Mem orial Day (Easter); Independence Da y; Labor Day; and Thank sgiving D ay.

Scheduling Schedules may be adjusted periodically due to class sizes

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CURRICULUM OUTLINE COSMETOLOGY

The Cosm etology program is designed to prepare the student to become a Louisiana State Licensed Beautician. It is a ten (10) month 1500-clock hour program consisting of classroom lectures (theory), laboratory activities/clinical training (practical). A prospe ctive m atriculant m ust be 17 years or olde r, pos ses s a high sc hoo l diplom a, or equiva lent certification, or pas s the Ability To Ben efit (AT B) entran ce e xam ination. To suc ces sfully com plete this training prog ram , the student must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.0, and 100% of the clock hours. Upon completion, the graduate will be aw arded a diplom a in cosm eto logy. After pass ing the Sta te B oard Co sm eto logy licensure exam ination , the gra duate will receive a State Boa rd licen se..

Clock H ours Course COS 100 COS 101 COS 111 COS 121 COS 200 COS 201 Description Introduction to Cosm etology Anatomy & Physiology Lecture 150 45 Lab 0 0 14 130 21 Total 150 45 30 150 45

Bacteriology & Safety Techniques 16 Ba sic Co sm eto logy Sk ill Chem istry Ch em ical Treatm ents I: Permanent W aving & Relaxing 10 20 24

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COS 211

Ch em ical Treatm ents II: Hair Coloring 60 20 15 36 152 548 52.5 55 97.5 99 418 952 112.5 75 112.5 135 570 1500

COS 221 COS 300 COS 301 COS 400

Nail Care Hair Styling Hair & Sk in Care Salon Management & Retailing TOTAL CLOCK HOURS

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CURRICULUM OUTLINE COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

The Co sm eto logy Ins tructo r Training Program is designed to prepare a licensed cosm eto logist on all aspects of e ducation al theory and application, including but not limited to developing curriculum and classroom m anagem ent. It is an eight (8) month, seven hundred twenty (720) clock hour program consisting of classroom lectures, classroom dem onstrations and clinical training designed to develop instructional skills. Prospective enrollees must be 17 years or older, be a licensed cosmetologist, and possess a high school diploma or equivalent certification. Upon completion of the program, the matriculant will be eligible to sit for the Louisiana State Board Exam. Upon com pletion the gradu ate w ill be awa rded a certificate in Co sm etolog y Instruc tor T raining . After pas sing the S tate B oard Cosm etolog y Instruc tor Ex am ination, the gradu ate w ill receive a State Boa rd C osm etolog y Instructor licens e. Course CIT100 Description The Science of Teaching Sanitation/Sterilization Hygiene-Personal&P ublic Hair/Sk in/N ails Electricity/Light Therapy A natom y Hair & Sk in Disorders CIT 200 Teacher Assistance Personal Improvement License Law Business Ethics Telephone Techniques Receptionist Techniques CIT 300 Performance D emonstration Manicuring/Pedicuring Shampoo/Rinse/Treatments Facial Treatments/Massage Perm. W ave/ Relaxing Hair Cutting/Shaping Hair Coloring Hair Styling CIT 400 3 2 3 5 4 4 2 3 2 4 5 6 6 2 4 2 3 10 10 10 10 10 6 10 20 20 20 14 10 30 30 5 5 5 10 10 5 5 10 10 15 10 10 25 50 55 20 20 10 7 25 7 10 20 10 6 25 8 5 30 10 7 25 5 5 25 30 20 75 20 20 75 Clock H ours Lectre Lab Clinic Total

Clinic - Supervised Practice Teaching Permanent W aving Chem ical Relaxing Thermal W aving/Curling Manicuring/Pedicuring Soft Curl Perm s W iggery Reviews & Examinations TOTAL CLOCK HOURS 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 217 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 182 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

321 720

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CURRICULUM OUTLINE ADVANCED MEDICAL ASSISTANT

This curriculum trains the student to assist the physician in medical procedures in the physician's office, to maintain m edical rec ords, and to perform clerical dutie s. T he req uired externship pro vides pra ctic al experience in a m edical environm ent. In o rder to enroll in this progra m , a prospe ctive stude nt m ust poss ess a high sch ool diplom a or e quiva lent certification, or pas s the Ability-to-Be nefit (ATB) entran ce e xam . To suc ces sfully com plete this training , the stude nt must have an overall GPA of 2.0 and complete all required courses. Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate is awarded a diploma in Medical Assistant. She/he is not required but is strongly encouraged to take the certification test from the National Center for Com petency Testing (NCCT). If she/he passes this test she/he becomes a [Nationally] Ce rtified M edical Assistant (NCM A). Clock L ectre L ab E duc Cr Course EN 101 ES 500 HR 201 MT 103 AC 200 MA 105 MA 110 MA 115 MA 210 MA 215 MA 310 MA 315 NAT 400 MA 410 MA 415 MA 420 MO 200 MO 205 MO 215 MTP 100 MA 500 Description College English Em ploym ent Sk ills Hum an Relations 1 Basic Math Principles Principles of Accounting Medical Terminology Respiratory, Digestive and Integumentary Systems Infection Control/Vital Signs Cardiovascular, Musculoskeletal and Urinary Systems Laboratory Procedures Nervous, Endocrine and Imm une Systems Phlebotomy Nurse Aid Training Reproductive System Exam inations and Instrumentation Pharmacology Medical Insurance Billing Com p.Med.Ofc. Techniques Medical Transcription Medical Keyboarding 1 Medical Externship Review for NCCT Exam TOTAL CLOCK HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 940 480 460 70 37.6 40 40 40 40 40 140 20 40 40 40 40 140 20 3 4 2 2 2 5 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 5.6 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2 4 4 2 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 40 40 40 40 40 40 4 2 4 1.6 1.6 1.6 40 40 2 1.6 Hrs H rs 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Hrs Hrs 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 F/A Cr Hrs 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6

** See page 7 for Credits: EDU (Education) and F /A (Financial Aid).

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CURRICULUM OUTLINE NURSE AIDE TRAINING (80 Clock Hours)

This curriculum trains the student to be a Nurse Assistant. The required externship provides practical experience in a hospital and nursing home environment. In order to enroll in this program, a prospective student must possess a high school diploma or equivalent certification, or pass the Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) entrance exam. In addition, potential students must present an official transcript indicating satisfactory completion of an Accredited Medical Assistant or Medical related training program OR a have a m inimum of twelve mo nths of nurse a id/medical related work ex perience with three positive work references OR rec eive a rec om m endation from one of the staff Nurse Aide Instructors. T o successfully com plete th is training, th e stud ent m ust have an overall G PA of 2 .0 and com plete all req uired courses. U pon successful com pletion of this program, the student must pass the licensure exam. If she/he passes this test she/he becomes a Certified Nursing Assistant (CN A). I. A. Co mmun icatio n an d Interp erso nal Skills 1. Starting Your Job: What to Expect 2. Communication 3. Documentation Principles & Procedures B. Infection Control 1. Prevention & Control of Infection 2 . T he Ag in g P ro ce ss & D isease Mgm t II. A. Safety and Emergency Procedures 1. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training 2. Le arning to Position & M ov e Corre ctly 3. Em erge ncy C are III. Chapter 15 Chapter 20 Ch apte r 9 Chapter 11 Ch apte r 2 Ch apte r 7 Ch apte r 8

A. Resident's R ights an d Prom oting R esiden t's Rights 1. Un derstand ing Peo ple 2. Und erstand ing Peo ple's Righ ts 3. You r Role in En suring Q uality of Life B. Mental Health and Social Service Needs 1. The Ro le of the Fam ily 3. End o f Life Ch apte r 6 Chapter 22 Chapter 16 Chapter 10 Chapter 21 Chapter 27 2. Other Work Envir. & Resident Populations Chapter 23 Ch apte r 3 Ch apte r 4 Ch apte r 5

IV.

A. Perso nal C are B. Personal Injury Prevention and Protection C. Pa in M ana gem ent, Sleep a nd Co mfort D. Restorative Activities

V.

A. Basic Nursing Services 1. Gathering Information 2 . T he Im p orta nc e o f C re ating a Hom e 3. Assisting with Nutrition 4. Assisting with Elimination 5. Ma intaining an d Imp roving Skin Integ rity Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19

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COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM SCHEDULE PROGRAM TOTAL: 1500 CLOCK HOURS

Clock H ours First Academic Session (15 Weeks) COS 100 Introduction to Cosm etology 1 (Chpts. 1, 2, 3, and 4) COS 111 Bacteriology & Safety Techniques (Chapter 5) COS 101 COS 121 COS 300 Anatom y & Physiology - Chapter 6 Basic Cosmetology Skills 8,9,10,&11 Hair Styling 12,13,&14 Total Clock Hours 45 (6 days) 150 (20 days) 112.5 (15 days) 487.5 (65 days) 30 (4 days) 150 (20 days)

Second Academic Session (27 Weeks)

COS 200 COS 201

Chem istry - Chapter 7 Ch em ical Treatm ents I: Permanent W aving & Relaxing 15

45 (6 days)

75 (10 days)

COS 211

Ch em ical Treatm ents II: Hair Coloring Chapter 16 112.5 (15 days) 135 (18 days) 75 (10 days) 75 (10 days) 495 (66 days) 1500 hrs.

COS 301 COS 221 COS 400

Hair & Skin Care 17,18,19, & 20 Nail Care - Chapter 21,22 & 23 Salon Management & Retailing 24,25, & 26 Review for State Board Exam Total Clock Hours

PROGRAM TOTAL CLOCK HOURS

1500

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COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR TRAINING CURRICULUM SCHEDULE PROGRAM TOTAL: 720 CLOCK HOURS

First Academic Session CIT 100 The Science of Teaching Sanitation/Sterilization/Bacteriology Hygiene-Personal & P ublic Hair/Sk in/N ails Electricity/Light Therapy A natom y Hair & Sk in Disorders Total Clock Hours Second Academic Session CIT 200 Teacher Assistance Personal Improvement License Law Business Ethics Telephone Techniques Receptionist Techniques Total Clock Hours Third Academic Session CIT 300 Performance D emonstration Manicuring/Pedicuring Sham poo s, Rinses/Sc alp T reatm ents Facial Treatments/Theory of Massage Permanent W ave/Chemical Relaxing Hair Cutting/Shaping Hair Coloring Hair Styling Total Clock Hours Fourth Academic Session CIT 400 Clinic - Supervised Practice Teaching Permanent W aving Chem ical Relaxing Thermal W aving/Curling Manicuring/Pedicuring Soft Curl Perms W iggery Reviews & Examinations To tal Clock H ours

Clock Ho urs

30 20 75 20 20 75 240

25 50 55 20 20 170

10 6 10 20 20 20 14 100

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 210

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ADVANCED MEDICAL ASSISTANT CURRICULUM SCHEDULE PROGRAM TOTAL: 940 CLOCK HOURS OR 70/37.6 QUARTER CREDITS

First Academic Session EN 101 MA 105 MT 103 College English Medical Terminology Basic Math Principles Totals: Second Academic Session MA 115 HR 201 MA 110 Infection Control/Vital Signs Human R elations 1 Respiratory, Digestive and Integum entary Totals: Third Academic Session ES 500 MA 420 Em ploym ent Sk ills Pharmacology Totals: Fourth Academic Session MO 200 MA 210 MA 215 Infection Control/Vital Signs Cardiovascular, Musculoskeletal and Urinary Systems Laboratory Procedures Totals: Fifth Academic Session MO 215 MA 310 MA 315 Medical Transcription Nervous, Endocrine and Imm une Systems Phlebotomy Totals: Sixth Academic Session MO 205 AC 200 Com p. Medical Office Techniques Principles of Accounting Totals: Seventh Academic Session MA 410 Reproductive System Stu dy H all 1 Stu dy H all 2 MA 415 Examinations & Instrumentation Tota ls Eighth Academic Session MA 500 Medical Externship Tota l: GRAND TOTAL: 140 140 clock 940 clock 5/5.6 5/5.6 cred its 70/37.6 credits 40 N/A N/A 40 80 clock 4/1.6 N/A N/A 2/1.6 6/3.2 cred its 40 40 40 120 clock 2/1.6 4/1.6 4/1.6 10/4.8 credits NAT400 Nurse Aid Training 40 40 120 clock 4/1.6 2/1.6 8/4.8 credits 40 2/1.6 40 40 120 clock 4/1.6 2/1.6 10/4.8 credits 40 4/1.6 40 40 40 120 clock 4/1.6 3/1.6 2/1.6 9/4.8 credits 40 40 40 120 clock 2/1.6 4/1.6 4/1.6 10/4.8 credits CLOCK 40 40 40 120 clock CREDIT (Edu/FA) 4/1.6 4/1.6 4/1.6 12/4.8 credits

MTP 100 Medical Key Boarding 1

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CURRICULUM OUTLINE NURSE AIDE TRAINING (80 Clock Hours)

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A. Co mmun icatio n an d Interp erso nal Skills 1. Starting Your Job: What to Expect 2. Communication 3. Documentation Principles & Procedures B. Infection Control 1. Prevention & Control of Infection 2 . T he Ag in g P ro ce ss & D isease Mgm t

Ch apte r 2 Ch apte r 7 Ch apte r 8 Ch apte r 9 Chapter 11 W eek 1 - 8 Clock H ours

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A. Safety 1. 2. 3.

and Emergency Procedures Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training Le arning to Position & M ov e Corre ctly Em erge ncy C are

Chapter 15 Chapter 20 W eek 2 - 8 Clock H ours

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A. Resident's R ights an d Prom oting R esiden t's Rights 1. Un derstand ing Peo ple Ch apte r 2. Und erstand ing Peo ple's Righ ts Ch apte r 3. You r Role in En suring Q uality of Life Ch apte r B. Mental Health and Social Service Needs 1. The Ro le of the Fam ily Ch apte r 2. Other Work Envir. & Resident Populations Chapter 3. End o f Life Chapter

3 4 5 6 23 22

W eek 3 - 8 Clock H ours IV. A. B. C. D. Perso nal C are Personal Injury Prevention and Protection Pa in M ana gem ent, Sleep a nd Co mfort Restorative Activities Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter 16 10 21 27

W eek 4 - 8 Clock H ours V. A. Basic Nursing Services 1. Gathering Information 2 . T he Im p orta nc e o f C re ating a Hom e 3. Assisting with Nutrition 4. Assisting with Elimination 5. Ma intaining an d Imp roving Skin Integ rity

Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter

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W eek 5 - 8 Clock H ours W eek 6 -40 C linical Ho urs TOTAL CLOCK HOURS - 80 CLOCK HOURS

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS GENERAL COURSES

AC 200 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) Prerequisite: MT 103. T his course teaches the stu dent th e basic acc ountin g principles. It co vers such topics as the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivables, payroll and financial reports.

EN 101 COLLEGE ENG LISH: (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) Prerequisite: None. A review of gra m m ar with em pha sis on sp eec h, senten ce s tructu re, pu nctu ation a nd c apitalization .

EN 202 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) Prerequisites: EN 101. Theory and practice of written comm unications in business. The application of psychological principles to improve the e ffectiveness of bus iness corresp ondenc e and related types of business writing for implementation of business policy. The preparation of business reports is required.

ES 500 EMPLOYM ENT SKILLS: (40 c lock hou rs/4 E du c redit ho urs/1.6 F A credit hours) Prerequ isites: H R 200 o r HR 201 . Course covers resume and em ployment application preparation, interviewing techniques, role playing, effective business dress and grooming habits, pre-employment testing and sources for job leads.

HR 200 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT :(60 c lock hou rs/6 E du c redit ho urs/2.4 F A credit ho urs) Prerequ isite: None. This course covers the importance of a positive attitude, honesty, integrity, initiative and creativity in the workplace. It also teaches the student how to effectively relate with other co-workers, supervisors and customers in the actual working setting.

HR 201 HUMAN RELATIONS 1:(40 c lock hou rs/4 E du c redit ho urs/1.6 F A credit ho urs) Prerequ isite: None. This course emphasizes human relations as the key to personal and career success, perception, motivations for maximizing productivity, comm unication as an essential skill, group dynamics, and teamwork.

HR 202 HUMAN RELATIONS 2:(20 c lock hou rs/2 E du c redit ho urs/.8 FA cred it hour) Prerequ isite: HR 201. This course emphasizes change in the workplace, business etiquette, ethics at work, and how to maintain a balance at work and life.

MT 103 BASIC MATH PRINCIPLES : (40 clock hou rs/4 E du c redit ho urs/1.6 F A credit ho urs) Prerequ isites: N one . Math em atic al processes applied to business activities . A review of fundam ental processes is fo llowed by specific applicatio ns in such areas as discounts, conversions, m arke ting , bank ing and payroll.

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS COSMETOLOGY

COS 100 INTRODUCTION TO COSMETOLOGY (150 clock h ours) Th is course take s the student on an orientation tour

of the world of cosmetology. The student learns about professional image and the various professionals/specialists in the field of c osm etolog y. Top ics to b e co vere d include b ut are not lim ited to the es thetician, m akeup artist, co sm etic ch em ist, hair colorist, salon owner, publisher, retailer, educator, personal and professional attitude and ethics, and state board rules and regulations.

COS 101

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (45 clock ho urs) In this course, the student learns the structure and fun ctions of

the cells and system s in the hum an body and their relevance to th e cosm eto logy pro fession. Topics covered include cell grow th and m eta bolism as well as org ans of the body.

COS

111

BACTERIOLOGY & SAFETY T ECHNIQUES (30 clock hours) This course teaches the student about bacteria

and bacterial infections and their implications for the cosmetologists and their clients. It emphasizes the prevention and control of infections as w ell as other safety measu res in the salon. Topics cove red include types and classifications of bac teria, ba cterial growth and rep rodu ction, b acte rial infections, im m unity, dec onta m ination, disinfe ction, s anitation, sterilization and OSHA regulations.

COS

121 BASIC COSMETO LOGY SKILLS (150 clock hours) This course begins by introducing the student to the

properties of the hair and scalp. It then prepares the student to be able to drape a client, shampoo, condition, and rinse the client's hair. The student also learns hair cutting. Heavy emphasis is placed on the effective practical application of these skills through repetitive laboratory practices.

COS

200

CHEMISTRY (45 clock hours) This course exposes the student to the fundamental principles of chemistry and

their relationship to the co sm etolog y profe ssion. It covers suc h topics as m atter, the ch em istry of wa ter, sh am poo , perm anent wa ving, hair rela xing, coloring; and cosm etic chem istry.

COS

201

CHEMICAL TREATMENTS I: PERMANENT WAVING & RELAXING (75 clock hours) Concurrent with COS

200. This lab-intensive course trains the student to perform client hair analysis and effectively execute the various perm anent waving an d hair relaxing techniques. Topics c overed include history of perm anent waving, m odern perm chemistry, hair structure, perming techniques, chemical hair relaxing products, client hair analysis, the chemical relaxing process, and safety precautions.

COS

211

CHEMICAL TREATMENTS II: HAIR COLORING (11 2.5 clock hours) This is a contin uation of C hem ical

Treatments I with primary focus on hair coloring. Concepts discussed in this course include but are not limited to con sultation, color theo ry, class ification of ha ir color, the ha ir coloring pro ces s, perm ane nt hair color, s pec ial prob lem s,

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corrective hair coloring, and safety precautions.

COS

221

NAIL CARE (75 clock hours) In this course, the student learns the art and science of manicuring and

pedicuring. Included in this course are discussions on nail care equipment, safety rules, nail structures, growth and disorders; and extensive practice of the manicure and pedicure procedures.

COS

300

HAIR STYLING (112.5 clock ho urs) This co urse revisits the concept of hair and sc alp analysis and their

prop erties as presente d in C OS 121 . It then tak es the studen t through the theory and pra ctice of de aling w ith unw ante d ha ir, caring for the s kin a nd its d isorders, facials and facial makeup , m ass age thera py as well as electricity and light therapy. W iggery is also covered in this course.

COS 301 HAIR & SKIN CARE (135 clock hours) This course trains the students about the histology of the skin, the essential properties of a nalyzing the client's hair, determining hair damage, hair removal, and properly prescribing corrective treatments. Students will be introduced to the underlying theory of massage and facial techniques.

COS

400

SALON MANAGEMENT & RETAILING (570 clock hours) This entrepreneur-oriented course prepares the

student for a successful career in salon ownership and/or managem ent. The student learns and practices the processes and procedures involved in opening and operating a salon as well as retailing hair, skin, and nail care products in the salon.

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

CIT 100 - THE SCIENCE OF TEACHING This course is designed to orient potential cosmetology instructors in the basics of teaching procedures. The science subjects to be covered in concurrence with this course are sanitation/sterilization/bacteriology, hygiene - person al and public, hair/skin/nails, electricity/light therapy, anatom y and hair and skin disorders.

CIT 200 - TEACHER ASSISTANCE

This course is designed to familiarize potential cosmetology instructors with effective

teaching methods and the availability and utilization of instructional aids. In addition, this course will address the m ana gem ent subje cts o f person al im prov em ent, licen se law , business ethics, telepho ne techn iques, and rec eption ist techniques.

CIT 300 - PERFORMANCE DEMONSTRATION This course is designed to prepare the potential cosmetology instructor to demonstrate professionalism with the students and adequately manage the classroom and clinic floor. The practical subjects to be covered are m anicuring/ped icuring , sham poo s, rinses/s calp treatm ents , facial treatm ents /theory of m ass age , permanent waves, chemical relaxing, hair cutting/shaping, hair coloring and hair styling.

CIT 400 - CLINIC: SUPERVISED PRACTICE TEACHING Th is course is designed to pre pare poten tial cosm eto logy instructors on operating and/or supervising students on the clinic floor. In addition, the elected practical subjects that will be covered include pe rm ane nt wa ving, chem ical relax ing, therm al waving/c urling, m anicuring/ped icuring , soft c url perm s, wiggery as well as cover reviews and examinations.

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ADVANCED MEDICAL ASSISTANT

MA 105 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) The student is taught medical terms by word association. This course builds the necessary professional vocabulary used in this curriculum. MA 110 RESPIRATORY , DIGESTIVE AND INTEGUMEN TARY SYSTEM S (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA clock hours) Prerequisite: MA 105.This course consists of lecture material for a biology review. Also covered are the respiratory, diges tive and integ um enta ry system s an d pe rsonal be havior influencing he alth. MA 115 INFECTION CONTROL AND VITAL SIGNS (40 clock ho urs/2 Edu cre dit hours/1.6 FA clock h ours)

Prerequisite: MA 105. This course focuses on infection control and covers diagnostic procedures related to the respiratory, integumentary and digestive systems. Clinical areas covered are temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure. Concurrent with MA 110. MA 210 CARDIOVASCULAR, MUSCULO SKELETAL AND URINARY SYSTEMS (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hou rs) T his cours e co nsists of the study of the card iovas cular, m usc uloskeletal and the urinary sys tem s. MA 215 LABORATORY PROC EDURES (40 clock hours/2 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) This course teaches the student the anatom y and physiology of the urinary and cardiovascu lar systems. It includes the perform ance of routine urinalysis and pregnancy tests, cardiac auscultation, EKG's and other cardiology procedures. Concurrent with MA 210. MA 310 NERVOUS, ENDOCR INE AND IMM UNE SYSTEM S(40 clock ho urs/4 Edu cre dit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) Th is course co nsists of the study of the nervous system , endocrine sys tem and the im m une system . M A 315 PH LE BO TO M Y (40 clock hours/2 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) This course is designed to cover blood collection techniques including venipuncture, capillary puncture and arterial puncture. Safety, special collection procedures and blood collection are discussed as well as developing customer skills. Concurrent with MA 310. M A 410 R EP RO DU CT IV E SY ST EM S (40 clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) This course is designed to give stu dents an in depth understa nding of the physiology of the rep roductive syste m and a stu dy of the special sen ses . MA 415 EXAMINATIONS AND INSTRUMENTATION (40 clock hours/2 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) In this course, the studen t learns the procedures for preparing patients for exam inations, performing eye and e ar exam ination s, p atie nt positioning and draping, and assisting with special exam ination s. S tud ents w ill be able to identify and use associated instrum ents including sterilizatio n and pro per storage. A n introductio n to the hem ato logical laboratory procedures performed in the physician's office, first aid, medical emergencies and CPR performed in a medical facility. Concurrent with MA 410. MA 420 PHARMACOLOGY (40 clock hours/3 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) This course is designed to prepare students to administer medications as directed by the physician by establishing a knowledge of forms and classifications of drugs , their so urces a nd c om m on s ide effects. Studen ts will also learn m etho ds o f m edication d elivery. MO 200 MEDICAL INSURANCE - CODING and BILLING (40 Clock hours/4 Edu credit hours/1.6 FA cred it hours) Prerequisites: MA 105. This course is designed to introduce the student to standard medical billing techniques. Included are s pec ialized form s an d do cum ents like the CP T c ode , ICD -9's and H IC fo rm s.

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M O 20 5 CO M PUT ERIZE D M EDIC AL OF FICE T ECH NIQU ES: (40 clock ho urs/2 Edu cre dit hours/1.6 FA credit hours) Prerequisite: TP 100 and M O 20 0. This course introduces the student to basic co m puter operations and a pplications for the medical office. This course is also a study of medical office techniques which involve developing decision-making ability throug h office simulation with em pha sis on m edical term inology and form s. MO 215 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (40 clock ho urs/2 Edu cre dit hours/1.6 FA credit hours)

Th is course is de signed to teach the student the ba sics of m ach ine tran scription, as well as the prope r form and con tent of the m ost c om m only used m edical reports. MT P 100 MED ICAL KEYBO ARDING 1 (40 c lock hou rs/2 E du c redit ho urs/1.6 F A credit ho urs) Prerequ isite: No ne. Em phasizes the correct finger positio ning and m ovem ent on the com puter ke yboard em phasizing on m edical term inology. Students are expected to achieve a minimum typing speed of 25 words per minute and will be graded on a graduated scale. M A 500 M ED ICAL ASSIST ANT EXTE RN SH IP (140 clock hours /5 Ed u cre dit hou rs/5.6 FA cred it hours ) Prerequ isite: 2.0 GPA Th e M edical A ssistant m ajor will co m plete a 10 0 hour extern ship in an approp riate m edical s etting (physician 's office, clinic). All Medical Assistant students are expected to satisfy the pre-externship requirements no later than one academ ic session before they are due to sta rt exte rnship training. In addition, the stu dent w ill com plete a 40 hour externship in an a ppro priate m edical setting (Ho spital, N ursing H om e). Stu den ts are exp ecte d to satisfy the pre-exte rnship requirem ents prior to starting externship training. They are to provide doc um entation of the following item s: Physical ex am ination signe d by a p hysician; Drug s creen re sults; Crim inal backgrou nd c hec k fro m police dep artm ent; Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) LEVEL `C' certification. For more information about providing these documents, they are to pick u p a "Pre-Exte rnship Packa ge" from the Clin ical Site Co ordinato r. Failure to provide these docum ents in a tim ely manner will result in a delay in starting and completing the externship training.

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS NURSE AIDE TRAINING

NAT 400 - NURSE AIDE TRAINING (40 C lock Hours) Th is course an d cu rriculum trains the stude nt to be a Nurse As sistant. Th e req uired externship provide s pra ctical expe rience in a hosp ital and nurs ing ho m e en vironm ent.

NAT 500 - NU RS E AID E T RAIN ING EXTE RN SH IP (40 Clock Hours) The Nurse Aide Training major will complete an externship in an appropriate m edical setting (Hospita l, Nursing H om e). All N urse Aide Training students are expected to satisfy the preexternship requ irem ents prior to starting externship training. They are to provide documentation of the following items: Physical examination signed by a physician; Drug screen results; Criminal background check from police departm ent; Cardio-Pulm onary Resuscitation (CPR ) LEVE L `C' certification. For m ore inform ation a bou t providing these doc um ents , they are to pick up a "PreEx ternship Pack age" from the Clin ical Site Co ordinato r. Failure to provide these docum ents in a tim ely m anner will result in a delay in starting and completing the externship training.

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FACULTY MEMBERS

GENERAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTORS Charmilla Foreman-Barada - B. A.. Arts, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Victor Lep ore - B.S., Mathem atics, Ass ociates D egre e, Com pute r Science, Southe aste rn U nivers ity Gwendolyn Menson - B. S. In Secondary Business Education, Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA Cynthia Bougere' - B.S., Family & Consumer Science , Masters, Mass Com m., Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA

MEDICAL ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS Glenn W ilcox - B . S. In Science E duc ation, S outh ern U nivers ity Deborah Jackson - LPN, W estside Vocational School, Plaquemine, LA Nadine Holmes - Licensed Practical Nurse, Louisiana Technical College, Plaquemine, LA Tracie Stafford - LPN, Delta College , Baton Rouge, LA Sherry G reer - LPN , Copiah Linco ln Co m m unity Co llege, Wesson, MS

NURSE AIDE TRAINING INSTRUCTORS Sophia Dotch - R.N., B.S.N., Southern University A&M College, School of Nursing, Baton Rouge, LA Balva Bryant - LPN., Delta College, Baton Rouge, LA

COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTORS Virginia Brown - Licensed Cosmetologist, Licensed Instructor Deidra Johnson - Licensed Cosmetologist, Licensed Instructor Yolanda Mullens - Licensed Cosmetologist, Licensed Instructor

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