Terms and Conditions
Student life principles;
Students must attend the classes in which they are registered. The College / TAC-C does not recommend students for examinations if attendance falls below 80% of that required. In the case of absence, the College must be informed of valid reasons. A medical certificate is required if there are more than three days’ consecutive absence owing to illness.
Being late for classes is not only detrimental to the academic progress of the latecomer, but is disruptive for the entire class. Students arriving late may be marked absent. Persistent offenders may be suspended from the College.
Books & Stationery
The College provides students, where applicable, with the relevant course materials. The textbooks and other course materials forming an essential part of class work must be brought to the class by students. Students are expected to buy their own textbooks and stationery, either through the College which can order the books and stationery, or on their own.
- The College (TAC-C) may suspend students without notice if their fees are in arrears.
- Students not completing their studies for any reason will not be eligible for a refund, discount or credit and will be charged the outstanding fees even if they stop attending the courses for whatever reason.
- The student is responsible for ensuring that he/she has understood the costs involved in taking their selected course.
- After the course commencement no amendment can be made to the tuition fee stated on the Letter of Acceptance/Enrolment.
- Tuition fees do not include any other fees such as examination or books.
- Enrolment on the course creates a binding agreement to follow the course and to pay the full fee.
You may remit the fee by one of the following methods:
- All tuition fees are payable by cash or interactive debit cards.
- Direct transfer to the TAC-C bank account, the details of which will be available by contacting TAC-C Office of Admissions at (+98 21) 2241 88 30.
Tuition Fee Refund Procedure
- Fees are not refundable if, after the commencement of the course, the student stops attending or leaves the course before its completion or is suspended by TAC-C owing to non-attendance, misconduct etc.
- Full fees are refunded if for any reason the course is not conducted by the College.
- A minimum of 5 weeks is needed for the processing of refunds.
- No interest is paid on any refund payments.
- No refunds are due where students have postponed the commencement of their course.
- All refunds are made subject to the prior approval of the TAC-C Executive Board.
- TAC-C reserves the right to withdraw an advertised course for which insufficient numbers of students enroll and to close any class if low numbers attending make it no longer viable.
Enrollment in TAC-C carries with it obligations of conduct. The responsibility for maintaining good conduct rests upon each individual student, and it is expected that students will perform in a manner so as to be a credit to themselves and to the center. Students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the rules and regulations of the college and observing the standards of conduct set by TAC-C.
Whenever a student acts in such a manner as to give TAC-C officials reasonable cause to believe that the student presents a danger to himself, to others, or to TAC-C property, or if a student’s activities adversely affect any legitimate college interest, that student shall be liable to disciplinary action and possible suspension or dismissal from TAC-C.
TAC-C expects that each student will abide by the regulations governing student conduct. These terms state some of the general regulations. Such statements cannot be all inclusive and individual student conduct violations may need to be determined on a case by case basis within the scope of this policy.
Bulletin boards for display of posters, informative literature, student activities, notices, etc., are located on the premises and in each class. Boards are designated for specific uses and are for officially approved notices only. Approval for student notices and posters can be obtained from the Main Office. All materials must be dated or they will be removed.
Dishonesty of any kind, including cheating on examinations or any assigned work, may be dealt with in any manner deemed suitable by the instructor, including the recording of a failing grade for the course. Cheating on examinations may also result in the student appearing before the Conduct Committee and possible suspension from school if circumstances warrant.
Falsification Of Records
Falsification of official college records, either by providing erroneous information or by withholding pertinent information, is a serious offense and constitutes grounds for disciplinary action, including possible suspension or dismissal from TAC-C.
A student may be placed on disciplinary probation for unsatisfactory conduct or excessive absenteeism. Unsatisfactory conduct can include cheating and not meeting the standard of student conduct. The Program Director will determine the imposition of disciplinary probation, its duration and conditions for removal from that status. Failure to comply with disciplinary probation will lead to disciplinary suspension.
A student may be placed on disciplinary suspension for behaviors that violate the rules of TAC-C; laws and regulations of the country; or which bring ill repute to TAC-C. Violations relating to insubordination, harassment, drugs/alcohol, vandalism, threats, unsafe acts and uncivil behaviors may lead to direct suspensions without prior disciplinary probation having to be imposed. Duration of suspension may vary from one day to one semester at the discretion of the Director of TAC-C.
Dismissal from TAC-C
A student may be dismissed from TAC-C for one or both of the following reasons:
- Unsatisfactory academic progress as outlined in the Academic Standards.
- Inappropriate student conduct.
Students are expected to meet their financial obligations to TAC-C promptly and fully. As a condition of enrollment students shall be held responsible for all fees, fines, maintenance and damage charges, or other financial obligations, which they have incurred with TAC-C.
TAC-C may elect to cancel enrollment and shall withhold information on academic transcripts for students who fail to meet financial obligations by specified deadlines.
TAC-C believes in offering a clean air environment to students. In accordance with this policy, smoking is not permitted on the premises.
Unethical Conduct Policy (discretionary)
It is the policy of TAC-C that no employee, staff member, or student shall be subject to Unethical Conduct while on the premises or in connection with or related to his/her education or employment at TAC-C. Unethical Conduct has absolutely no place in an academic environment and will not be tolerated by TAC-C.
Any employee, staff member, or student engaging in such prohibited activity shall be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination from this institution, as determined by administrative or Board action.
Soliciting funds, clothes, books, subscriptions, tickets, or similar items on campus or in the buildings must be approved in writing by the Administration.
Cancellation, Withdrawals and Refund Policy:
The following refund policy applies to the terms of this enrolment contract:
Refunds in Cases of Withdrawal or Dismissal
1- Written Notice
a) To initiate a refund, written notice must be provided:
- By a student to the institution when the student withdraws
- By the institution to the student where the institution dismisses a student.
2- Refund Entitlement
Refund entitlement is calculated on the total fees due under the contract, less the applicable non-refundable application or registration fee. Where total fees have not yet been collected, the institution is not responsible for refunding more than what has been collected to date and a student may be required to make up for monies due under the contract.
3- Refund policy for students:
a) Refunds before the program of study begins:
- If written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution less than seven (7) calendar days after the contract is made, and before the commencement of the period of instruction specified in the contract, the institution may retain the lesser of 10% of the total tuition and fees due under the contract or $250.00
- Subject to section 2, if written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution thirty (30) calendar days or more before the commencement of the period of instruction specified in the contract, the student is entitled to full refunds.
b) Refunds after the program of study starts:
- If written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution, or a student is dismissed, before 10% of the period of instruction specified in the contract has elapsed, the institution may retain 30% of the tuition and fees due under the contract.
- If written notice of withdrawal is received by the institution, or a student is dismissed, after 10% and before 30% of the period of instruction specified in the contract elapsed, the institution may retain 50% of the tuition and fees due under the contract.
- If a student withdraws or is dismissed after 30% of the period of instruction specified in the contract has elapsed, no refund is required.
c) Other Refund Policy Requirements
- Where a student is deemed not to have met the institutional and /or program specific minimum requirements for admission, the institution must refund all fees paid under the contract, less the applicable non-refundable application or registration fee.
- Refunds owing to students must be paid within thirty (30) calendar days of the institution receiving written notification of withdrawal and all required supporting documentation, or within thirty (30) calendar days of an institution’s written notice of dismissal.
(For more information, you can call (98 21) 22418830/22176902 or stop by our office)