- Respect for self, others, and the learning environment promotes a positive learning experience for all students.
- Effort- is demonstrated through an applied work ethic that includes punctuality, improvement, and a determination to succeed.
- Accountability- develops personal responsibility for both behavior and learning.
- Communication facilitates collaboration, promotes self-advocacy, and develops positive relationships.
- Honor- requires students to act with integrity, honesty, positivity, and empathy for others.
McCann postsecondary programs adhere to the following refund policy:
- Full tuition refunds are granted for any program cancelled by McCann.
- A full tuition refund is given before the first day of class, 75% tuition refund is given for class days 1-6, 50% for class days 7-10, and no tuition refund after 10 class days.
- Refunds are processed after the end of the refund period. Refund checks are mailed to the student's home address on file in the superintendent's office within 15 days of refund approval. No refunds for books, fees, or kits.
The student grievance policy provides a system to manage student issues against faculty, staff, or fellow students. Students desiring to discuss or file a grievance should use the following protocols:
- The student shall make an appointment, within three (3) days, with the instructor to discuss the issue with the objective of resolving the issue informally.
- If the grievance is not resolved to the satisfaction of the student, the student may submit the grievance in writing to the program coordinator within three days of the informal discussion.
- The program coordinator shall investigate the grievance and report to the student both verbally and in writing within 7 days of receipt of the formal grievance filing.
- Should the grievance not be resolved to the student's satisfaction, the student may appeal the decision to the principal. The appeal should be made in writing within 7 days of the program coordinator's report. The principal shall investigate the issue and report to the student both verbally and in writing within 7 days of his/her receipt of the appeal letter.
- Should the grievance not be resolved to the student's satisfaction, the student may appeal the decision to the superintendent. This appeal should be made in writing within 7 days of the principal's report. The superintendent shall investigate the issue and report to the student both verbally and in writing within 7 days of his/her receipt of the appeal letter.
- Should the grievance not be resolved to the student's satisfaction, the student may contact the Council on Occupational Education, 7840 Roswell Road, Bldg. 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350.
Students applying for or participating in federal or state financial aid programs of any type must make satisfactory academic progress toward a certificate to maintain eligibility for financial aid consideration.
To achieve satisfactory academic progress, students must meet the following criteria:
A student muss be enrolled full-time.
A student must be in compliance with the school attendance policy.
A student must earn a passing grade, as outlined in the school handbook, at the end of first semester in all subject areas in order to enter second semester.