Academic Catalog 2014.2015 - page 33

Academic Information
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THE COLLEGE
Average Regulation of 2.00
Student-athletes whose cumulative GPA falls below
2.00 are placed on academic probation. If they do
not attain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or above for a
second or any subsequent semester of enrollment,
they will be denied participation in intercollegiate
programs and are subject to academic disqualification.
NOTE:
Institutional grade point averages can be
raised
only by taking institutional credit hours.
Veteran’s Benefits
The Master’s College is approved as a degree-granting
institution for the attendance of veterans under Title
38, United States Code. This includes the programs
covered in chapters 30, 31, 32, 33 (Post 9/11 and
Yellow Ribbon) and 35 of Title 38, relating also to
the education of disabled veterans and war orphans,
and 1606 of Title 10. The Bureau for Private
Postsecondary and Vocational Education under the
State of California Department of Consumer Affairs
has also authorized the college for the attendance
of veterans and veterans’ dependents. Veterans, or
their dependents, who plan to enroll in the college
are urged to contact the veteran’s certifying official
in the Office of Financial Aid well in advance of
registration so that the necessary arrangements may
be made with the Veterans Administration or the
California Department of Veteran’s Affairs. You may
also contact the Veteran’s Administration directly at
1-800-827-1000 to request FormDD-214. To access
downloadable forms, please go to
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Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
Program
Both the Air Force and the Army offer the ROTC
program to TMC students under special arrangements
which allow TMC students to attend academic classes
and earn their degree at TMC while participating in
the ROTC program at nearby universities. Air Force
ROTC is offered at Loyola Marymount University
(LMU), University of Southern California (USC),
and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
The Army offers ROTC at UCLA, which also runs
a satellite program at California State University,
Northridge (CSUN).
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
of 1974
The Master’s College complies with the provisions of
the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.
The college does not permit access to, or the release
of, personally identifiable information or educational
records, to any individual without the written consent
of the student, with the following exceptions:
• To administrators, faculty or staff of the
college, having legitimate educational concerns.
• To medical personnel when the health of the
student or others would be endangered by the
withholding of information.
• To financial aid personnel in connection with
an application for such aid.
• To the parents of dependent children.
• To the governmental officials designated by
law, or in compliance with a judicial order.
The college may release directory information
unless the student withholds permission. Directory
information is defined as: student’s name, address,
telephone number, date and place of birth, major
field of study, participation in sports and officially
recognized college activities, height and weight of
members of athletic teams, dates of attendance
at the college, degrees and honors received, e-mail
address, full or part-time status, year in school,
other educational institutions attended and honors
received.
In addition, under the provisions of the above-named
act every student has the right to:
• Inspect and review his/her educational
records.
• Request changes to items in his/her records
that are not accurate.
• Obtain a copy of the college’s policy
related to FERPA.
Questions about the application of these policies may
be directed to the Office of the Registrar.
Disability Services
The Master’s College has an institutional commitment
to try to provide equal educational opportunities for
qualified students with disabilities in accordance with
applicable state and federal laws and regulations,
including the Americans with Disabilities Act
of 1990, (as amended) and Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973. To ensure equality of
access for students with disabilities, academic and/
or non-academic accommodations and auxiliary
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