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CANCELLATION, WITHDRAWAL, AND REFUND POLICIESRIGHT TO CANCEL THE APPLICATION AND ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT AND TORECEIVE A REFUND OF ALL PAYMENTSStudents may cancel their Application and Enrollment Agreement with the Campus without penalty and terminatetheir obligations by notifying the Campus in writing prior to midnight of the third business day after the Applicationand Enrollment Agreement is signed by the student.If the student has not visited the Campus prior to execution of an Application and Enrollment Agreement, thestudent may cancel the Application and Enrollment Agreement without penalty and terminate the obligationshereunder within three business days following the earlier of (a) a regularly scheduled orientation or (b) a tour ofthe Campus facility and inspection of equipment.If the student gives the required notice of cancellation (as described below), all payments made by the studentpursuant to the Application and Enrollment Agreement will be returned within 30 days from the receipt of student’swritten notice of cancellation.To be effective, student’s notice of cancellation must be in writing and mailed or delivered to the CampusPresident.RETURN OF MONIES PAID AS TUITION IF APPLICANT IS NOT ACTIVATEDIf an applicant does not attend enough classes to be activated as a student or otherwise fails to meet the criteriafor activation, the applicant will not be charged any tuition, and any monies previously paid as tuition will berefunded. The Campus will make any refund to which a student may be entitled under this section within 30 daysof the student’s enrollment being cancelled.EXIT CALCULATION AND REFUND POLICIESInformation regarding any applicable third party funding agency refund or return of funds policies (e.g., Title IV,Veterans Administration, WIA, etc.) may be obtained from the Campus Student Finance Department.The following is a brief and general explanation of rules, regulations and policies applicable to the making of theExit Calculation. In the event that any conflict exists between this explanation and the rules, regulations andpolicies applicable to the various financial aid programs, such rules, regulations and policies as modified andamended from time to time shall be applied. This explanation is not intended to be a complete and thoroughexplanation of all of the applicable components of the Exit Calculation, and should not be relied upon as such byany prospective student, applicant, or student. In the simplest terms, the Exit Calculation and refund processconsists of four steps:1)Computing the amount of tuition that a student is charged for a payment period in which the student drops oris dropped in accordance with the institutional refund policy as set forth below. (The method of determiningthe official date of termination is the date the student notified the Campus they were dropping or the last datethe student attended class.)2)Determining what, if any, amounts from financial aid and/or other financial assistance programs are requiredto be returned to the fund sources. For a discussion of amounts required to be returned under Return of TitleIV Funds regulations see “Return of Title IV Funds” section below.3)Adjusting the student’s account based on the calculations of (1) and (2), making the appropriate refunds, ifany, based on the calculations of (1) and (2) and determining whether the student owes the Campus anyadditional monies as a result of the adjustments, or whether the student has a credit balance (amount owedto the student’s account) after applying any additional institutional and non-institutional charges, including anyprior year balances, against the credit balance.4)Refunding any credit balance to the student’s lenders (see Refund Distribution Order for the Return of Title IVFunds section).RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDSUp through the point in time when 60% of the calendar days in a “payment period,” i.e. “quarter” has passed, a prorata schedule is used to determine how much Title IV financial aid program funds “Title IV Funds” the student has“earned” (is entitled to retain) at the time the student drops or is dropped. After the 60% point, a student has“earned” 100% of the program funds.

For purposes of calculating any required return of Title IV Funds, the percentage of the payment period completedis the total number of calendar days in the payment period for which the assistance is awarded divided into thenumber of calendar days that have occurred in that period as of the day the student withdrew. “Calendar days” forthese purposes is something of a term of art, and will be interpreted in accordance with applicable regulations,which may not represent the actual number of pure calendar days in every case. For example, scheduled breaksof at least five consecutive days are excluded from the total number of calendar days in a payment period(denominator) and the number of calendar days completed in that period (numerator).REFUND DISTRIBUTION ORDER FOR THE RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDSRefunds of unearned tuition payments will be made first to government agencies or lending institutions funding thestudent’s financial aid. Refunds of Title IV funds will be made in the following order:1)2)3)4)5)6)7)8)9)Unsubsidized Federal Stafford loansSubsidized Federal Stafford loansUnsubsidized Direct Stafford loans (other than PLUS loans)Subsidized Direct Stafford loansPerkins loansFederal PLUS loansDirect PLUS loansFederal Pell Grants for the payment period for which a return of funds is requiredFederal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants ("FSEOG") for the payment period for which a returnof funds is required10) Other assistance under this Title for which a return of funds is required (e.g. LEAP)11) Alternative Loans12) StudentINSTITUTIONAL TUITION CHARGING POLICY (ALSO KNOWN AS THEINSTITUTIONAL REFUND POLICY)The Campus charges a 100 administrative fee for any student who drops or is dropped before 60% of thecalendar days in a payment period (quarter). The table below indicates the amount of tuition the applicant will becharged (the amount the Campus has earned) if the applicant is activated and drops or is dropped. Applicants notactivated will receive a refund of all tuition paid for that payment period.If student drops or is dropped when classes havebeen held for:10% or less of a payment periodMore than 10% but not more than 20%periodMore than 20% but not more than 30%periodMore than 30% but not more than 40%periodMore than 40% but not more than 50%periodMore than 50% but not more than 60%periodMore than 60% of a payment periodof a paymentof a paymentof a paymentof a paymentof a paymentStudent’s Tuition Charges Will Be:10% of the current payment period tuition costFee20% of the current payment period tuition costFee30% of the current payment period tuition costFee40% of the current payment period tuition costFee50% of the current payment period tuition costFee60% of the current payment period tuition costFee100% of the current payment period tuition cost Adm. Adm. Adm. Adm. Adm. Adm.RETURN OF STUDENT CREDIT BALANCES UPON GRADUATIONUpon graduation, if a credit balance still exists, the credit balance will be used to cover any additional institutionaland non-institutional charges, including but not limited to current and/or prior year balances. Any amountremaining at that point will be refunded in the same order as described above under the Exit Calculation andRefund Policies.RETURN OF TITLE IV (SFA PROGRAM) FUNDSThe Higher Education Amendments of 1998 require that if a recipient of Student Financial Aid Program (“SFAProgram”) assistance withdraws from a Campus during a payment period, or a period of enrollment in which therecipient began attendance, the Campus must calculate the amount of SFA Program assistance the student didnot earn, and those funds must be returned. Up through the 60% point in each payment period or period of

enrollment, a pro rata schedule is used to determine how much SFA Program funds the student has earned at thetime of withdrawal. After the 60% point in the payment period or period of enrollment, a student has earned 100%of the SFA Program funds.The percentage of the payment period or period of enrollment completed is the total number of calendar days* inthe payment period or period of enrollment for which the assistance is awarded divided into the number ofcalendar days* completed in that period as of the day the student withdrew.*Scheduled breaks of at least five consecutive class days are excluded from the total number of calendar days ina payment period or period of enrollment (denominator) and the number of calendar days completed in that period(numerator).RETURN OF UNEARNED SFA PROGRAM FUNDSThe Campus must return the lesser of: The amount of SFA Program funds that the student does not earn; or The amount of institutional costs that the student incurred for the payment period or period of enrollmentmultiplied by the percentage of funds that was not earned.The student (or parent, if a Federal PLUS loan) must return or repay, as appropriate: Any SFA Program funds in accordance with the terms of the loan; and The remaining unearned SFA Program grant (not to exceed 50% of the grant) as an overpayment of thegrant.RETURN OF UNEARNED SFA PRIORITYRefunds to Title IV programs will be made in the following order:1) Unsubsidized Federal Stafford loans2) Subsidized Federal Stafford loans3) Unsubsidized Direct Stafford loans (other than PLUS loans)4) Subsidized Direct Stafford loans5) Perkins loans6) Federal PLUS loans7) Direct PLUS loans8) Federal Pell Grants for the payment period for which a return of funds is required9) Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) for the payment period for which a return offunds is required10) Other assistance under this Title for which a return of funds is required (e.g. LEAP)11) Alternative Loans12) StudentDETERMINATION OF STUDENT BALANCESAs a result of the return of Title IV funds calculation, in some circumstances, funds previously received on behalfof the student may be required to be returned to grantors or lenders. This can result in the student owing abalance to the Campus even though the student’s account might have shown no balance due while thestudent was still attending. As set forth in the Application and Enrollment Agreement, the student is responsiblefor any balance owed the Campus, and the Campus is responsible for the payment of any refunds.INSTITUTIONAL REFUNDSOnce the return of Title IV funds calculation is made and the unearned portion, if applicable, is returned to thelender, then the institutional refund policy may be applied, if applicable.POST-WITHDRAWAL DISBURSEMENTSIf a student is eligible for a post-withdrawal disbursement, a letter will be mailed identifying the source and theamount of the Title IV aid. The student will have 14 days in which to decline to accept the disbursement. If there isno response, the funds will be returned to the appropriate funding source. The return of these funds will notreduce the obligation of the student to the Campus for any unpaid tuition.RETURN OF ADDITIONAL FUNDSUpon graduation, if a credit balance still exists, the refund shall be made to the funds in accordance with theReturn of Title IV Funds Distribution Order.If the student withdraws from the Campus, and after the return of Title IV calculation has been applied, any creditbalance remaining will be used to cover any additional institutional and non-institutional charges including but not

limited to current and/or prior year balances. Any credit balance remaining on the student’s account will berefunded in accordance with the Return of Title IV Funds Distribution Order.MEDICAL ASSISTINGDIPLOMA8 MonthsThe Medical Assisting Diploma Program provides training in both administrative and clinical procedures.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as medical assistant, clinical ormedical administrative assistant, and medical receptionist.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 44 credit hours including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires eight months for full-time students (assuming the externship is completed at 40hours per week).The Medical Assisting Diploma Program is divided into seven monthly academic periods (LB101 through MO701) and oneexternship period (MD802). Students must successfully complete the academic periods with a minimum cumulative GPAof 2.0 in order to be eligible to participate in the externship period.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Diploma in Medical Assisting.CourseNumberCourse O502MO602MO701Clinical LaboratoryClinical LaboratoryClinical LaboratoryClinical LaboratoryClinical LaboratoryClinical LaboratoryClinical LaboratoryPatient Care and CommunicationMedical Management/Nervous and Digestive SystemsPharmacology and Disease TransmissionCardiovascular and Respiratory SystemsClinical ProceduresEndocrinology and ReproductionTherapeutic Care and Muscular/Skeletal SystemsExternshipIntroduction to ComputersKeyboardingWord ProcessingIntroduction to InsurancePatient BillingMedical Insurance CodingCareer YYYClock HoursLecture Lab 628416044YYTotal:

MEDICAL INSURANCE AND CODINGDIPLOMA8 MonthsThe Medical Insurance and Coding Diploma Program provides training in the basic elements of insurance coding, such asmedical abbreviations, computerized medical billing, medical records management, compliance, medical terminology, andmedical coding for medical office applications and hospital applications.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as insurance billing clerk, medicalbiller, and collections and billing.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 46 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires eight months for full-time students (assuming the externship is completed at 40hours per week).The Medical Insurance and Coding Diploma Program is divided into seven monthly academic periods (MI111 throughMI171) and one externship period (MI181). Students must successfully complete the academic periods with a minimumcumulative GPA of 2.0 in order to be eligible to participate in the externship period.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Diploma in Medical Insurance andCoding.CourseNumberCourse y and Physiology for Mechanical StructuresAnatomy and Physiology for Visceral StructuresMedical Records ManagementComputerized Insurance and BillingCPT Coding for Medical Office ApplicationsCPT Coding for Hospital ApplicationsMedical Coding/ICD-9 CodesExternshipXXYYYYYYYYYYYYClock HoursLecture Lab 6046YYTotal:

PHARMACY TECHNICIANDIPLOMA8 MonthsThe Pharmacy Technician Diploma Program provides training in the basic elements of the field of pharmacy such asmedical abbreviations, prescription writing and interpretation, drug forms and routes of administration, sterile productmixtures and compounding, as well as aspects of developing relationships between the pharmacist and the pharmacytechnician.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as pharmacy technician, pharmacyservice representative, outpatient pharmacy technician and inpatient pharmacy technician.The Pharmacy Technician graduate may be eligible to take the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCB),the Sterile Products Certification exam by The National Pharmacy Technician Association (NPTA) and be certified in CPRby a national organization.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 48 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires eight months for full-time students (assuming the externship is completed at 40hours per week).The Pharmacy Technician Diploma Program is divided into seven monthly academic periods (PHAT111 throughPHAT173) and one externship period (PHAT180). Students must successfully complete the academic periods with aminimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in order to be eligible to participate in the externship period.Students enrolling in the Pharmacy Technician Program will be subject to one or more criminal background check(s) anddrug screening(s).Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Pharmacy Technician Diploma.CourseNumberCourse e CalculationsIntroduction to ComputersPharmacy PracticeFirst Aid/CPRAnatomy and Physiology for Mechanical StructuresPharmacology for Mechanical StructuresPharmacy Technology for Extemporaneous CompoundingPharmacy Law and EthicsAnatomy and Physiology for Visceral StructuresPharmacology for Visceral StructuresCareer DevelopmentPharmacy Technology for Parenteral CompoundingExternshipXXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYClock HoursLecture Lab :

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE24 MonthsThe Business Administration Degree Program provides training in the operation and use of various computer systems andsoftware, including the application of computer hardware and software for business functions such as accounting,document processing, spreadsheets, and database processing.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as executive secretary, administrativeassistant, or office clerk.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 99 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires 24 months for full-time students.The Business Administration Degree Program is delivered in 24 four-week learning units.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded an Associate of Science Degree inBusiness Administration.CreditHoursCourseCourse NameNumberAssociate or Lower-Level Core CurriculumBN1108Packaged ApplicationsBN1208Accounting Principles IBN1228Document ProcessingBN2408Accounting Principles IIBN2428Computerized SpreadsheetsBN2458Business Law and Legal ProceduresBN2508Computerized Accounting ApplicationsBN2528Relational Database ApplicationsCN2438Computer Presentations/EmailIS1308Web Research and 6.006.0012.006.00XXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYSub Total:Associate or Lower-Level General EducationGE1126Human RelationsGE1226CommunicationGE1326College MathematicsGE1426English Composition726.756.756.756.75YYYYYYYYSub Total:27Total:99

COMPUTER NETWORKING TECHNOLOGYASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE24 MonthsThe Computer Networking Technology Degree Program provides training in Computer Networking Technology includinghow to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot local area networks, wide area networks and wireless configurationswhich use a diversity of network operating systems. Training in direct and alternating current is designed to providestudents with a basic understanding of electrical and electronic components of computer hardware. This Program alsoincludes training in general computer science including computer architecture, desktop operating systems, relatedcomputer courses, and wireless technology and systems.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as network operator, network supporttechnician, computer help desk specialist, computer support specialist, and information technology support specialist.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 99 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires 24 months for full-time students.The Computer Networking Technology Degree Program is delivered in 24 four-week learning units.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded an Associate of Science Degree inComputer Networking Technology.CreditHoursCourseCourse NameNumberAssociate or Lower-Level Core CurriculumBN1108Packaged ApplicationsCN1156Helpdesk SupportCN1268Networking ConceptsCN1358Networking EssentialsCN1359Network SecurityCN2456Computer Architecture/SoftwareCN2466Computer Architecture/HardwareCN2558Network Implementation and SupportCN2668Routers and SwitchesCS1208Programming YYYYYYYYYYYYYSub Total:Associate or Lower-Level General EducationGE1126Human RelationsGE1226CommunicationGE1326College MathematicsGE1426English Composition726.756.756.756.75YYYYYYYYSub Total:27Total:99

CRIMINAL JUSTICEASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE24 MonthsThe objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as corrections, loss prevention, andsecurity.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 99 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires 24 months for full-time students.The Criminal Justice Degree Program is delivered in 24 four-week learning units.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded an Associate of Science Degree inCriminal Justice.CreditHoursCourseCourse NameNumberAssociate or Lower-Level Core CurriculumBN1108Packaged ApplicationsCJ1508Survey of Criminal Justice SystemsCJ1518Substantive Criminal LawCJ1528Constitutional LawCJ1538Criminal Investigations and Evidence ProcessingCJ1548Survey of Correctional SystemsCJ1558Law Enforcement Operations and Community PolicingCJ1568Survey of Forensic ScienceCJ2708Liability and Ethics for the Criminal Justice ProfessionalCJ2718Communications for the Criminal Justice ProfessionalCJ2728Security ManagementCJ2738Criminology and 06.006.00XXYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYSub Total:Associate or Lower-Level General EducationGE1126Human RelationsGE1226CommunicationGE1326College MathematicsGE1426English Composition726.756.756.756.75YYYYYYYYSub Total:27Total:99

ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGYASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE24 MonthsThe Electronics and Computer Technology Degree Program provides training in both the fundamentals and advancedtheory in electronics, integrated circuits, microprocessors, and computer technology. Training also includes thefundamentals of digital computers and practical experience with test equipment. Laboratory experience is an integral partof the Program.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as computer service technician;electronic laboratory technician; field service engineer; installation technician; electronic technician in communications,instrumentation, digital and computer electronics; and sales representative in the computer, electronics, electronic officeequipment, and micro-processing fields.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 99 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted.Program completion normally requires 24 months for full-time students.The Electronics and Computer Technology Degree Program is delivered in a system of eight quarters.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded an Associate of Science Degree inElectronics and Computer Technology.CreditHoursCourseCourse NameNumberAssociate or Lower-Level Core CurriculumCN2456Computer Architecture/SoftwareCN2466Computer Architecture/HardwareEC1168Basic Electricity and Electronics IEC1178Basic Electricity and Electronics IIEC2218Semiconductor DevicesEC2318Communications ElectronicsEC2468Digital ElectronicsEC2478MicroprocessorsEC2618Automated Control YYYYYYYYYYYYYYSub Total:Associate or Lower-Level General EducationGE1126Human RelationsGE1226CommunicationGE1326College MathematicsGE1426English Composition726.756.756.756.75YYYYYYYYSub Total:27Total:99

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENTBACHELOR OF SCIENCE42 MonthsThis Program may be completed at the Campus or online.The Operations Management Degree Program provides training in the decision-making skills and problem-solvingbehaviors needed for professional administrators, the technical skills required for management level business positions,and the ethical and moral considerations of business.The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions, such as administrative services and facilitymanager, general manager of service or retail business, inventory manager, line manager, operations manager, andquality manager.The prerequisite for admission to this Program is an associate degree in a technical or business field from a postsecondary institution recognized by Remington College, including certain course prerequisites.This Program requires completion of a minimum of 180 credit hours (including a minimum of 90 prerequisite credit hoursin associate or lower-level coursework, of which a minimum of 24 credit hours must be in general education courses and aminimum of 66 credit hours must be in technical and/or business core courses, and a minimum of 90 credit hours inbachelor or upper-level coursework), including any transfer credits that have been accepted. Program completionnormally requires 18 months for full-time students (assuming the student has met the prerequisite for admission).The Operations Management Degree Program is delivered in a system of eight quarters.Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Bachelor of Science in OperationsManagement.CreditHoursCourseCourse NameNumberBachelor or Upper-Level Core CurriculumOM4612Introduction to Operations ManagementOM4622Regulatory Environment of BusinessOM4632Human Resources ManagementOM4652Quantitative Business AnalysisOM4662Managerial AccountingOM4692Principles of YSub Total:Bachelor or Upper-Level General EducationGE3624Topics in SociologyGE3626Political ScienceGE3630Logic and ReasoningGE4617Advanced Composition, Style and TechniqueGE4618StatisticsGE4619Organizational PsychologyGE4625Environmental ScienceGE4627Mass CommunicationsGE4628EthicsGE4629Global EconomicsSub Total:Total:YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYCAMPUS LOCATION AND FACILITIESRemington College – Tampa Campus is located at 2410 East Busch Boulevard, Tampa, FL. The Campus iscomprised of a three-story building and an annex with more than 57,400 combined square feet including morethan 40 classrooms, four computer labs, seven networking/PC repair/criminal justice labs, five clinical allied healthlabs, an Information Resource Center, a student lounge, five administrative offices, and a faculty area.Information regarding relevant local safety and health standards, such as fire, building, and sanitation is availableto students upon 3090

EDUCATIONAL EQUIPMENTThe following equipment is available for various educational programs. The Campus reserves the right to changethe educational equipment list below to meet current program objectives. Business/Management course equipment may include the following depending on program area:computer(s), software, printer(s), scanner(s), and calculator(s).Criminal Justice equipment may include: NIC kits, evidence markers, fingerprint powder, sketchingtemplates and cameras.Electronic course equipment may include: computer(s), printer(s), various testers, meters, trainers, logicanalyzers, function generators, and power supplies.Information Technology course equipment may include the following depending on program area:computer(s), printer(s), scanner(s), software programs, software languages, routers, testers, and meters.Medical Assisting equipment may include: exam tables, phlebotomy chairs, microscopes, EKGmachines, otoscopes/ophthalmoscopes with thermometers, blood pressure cuff sets, skeletons,defibrillators, and stethoscopes.Medical Insurance Coding equipment may include: computer(s) with current medical insurance codingsoftware.Pharmacy Technician equipment may include: drug carts, laminar hoods, spill clean up kits, digitalthermometers, cylinders, ribbed funnels, tablet counters, and draining/drying racks.ACCREDITATION, AFFILIATIONS AND LICENSINGAll Remington Colleges: Are eligible for participation in Title IV programs. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Are approved for the training of veteran and eligible persons under the provisions of Title 38, UnitedStates Code. Provide training services for vocational rehabilitation programs where available. Are members of the Career College Association.ACCSCT ACCREDITATIONRemington College – Tampa Campus is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools andColleges of Technology (ACCSCT). The ACCSCT is located at 2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 302, Arlington, VA22201. The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology is listed by the U.S.Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.STATE LICENSUREState licensure does not constitute accreditation, guarantee the transferability of credit, nor signify that programsare certifiable by any professional agency or organization.Remington College – Tampa Campus is licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, FloridaDepartment of Education. Additional information regarding this institution may be obtained by contacting theCom

Veterans Administration, WIA, etc.) may be obtained from the Campus Student Finance Department. The following is a brief and general explanation of rules, regulations and policies applicable to the making of the . Program”) assistance withdraws from a Campus during