Students must adhere to high standards of scholarship and conduct. Those whose conduct reflects discredit upon himself or herself or the school will be subject to termination. The student must adhere to conduct that will not interfere with the learning process of any other student, the course presentation by the teacher, or the progress of the program in general. The administration of the school reserves the right, in the exercise of their judgment, to dismiss a student. Examples of misconduct include:
A student dismissed for unsatisfactory conduct may be readmitted into the program only at the discretion of the Dean.