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1 School Information Guide Accreditation and Approval Information Hamrick School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Additionally, the School is approved by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools (Ohio Registration # T). Hamrick School is licensed by the Ohio Department of Public Safety, License #155 (Truck Driver Training Programs). The Massage Therapy Program is approved by the State Medical Board of Ohio. Hamrick School has been issued a Certificate of Good Standing in the state of Ohio. The Practical Nursing Program is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing. Membership and Professional Affiliations Hamrick School is a member or has a professional affiliation with the following organizations: Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA) Commercial Driver Training Association, Inc. (CDTFI) The Driving School Association of Ohio Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) Ohio Council of Massage Therapy Schools (OCMTS) The Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce Better Business Bureau

2 Facilities and Equipment The campus consists of two air-conditioned, colonial school buildings, consisting of a total of 9300 square feet. The school buildings are comprised of classrooms, laboratories, clinic areas, administrative offices, two resource centers, a career services office, and reception areas. The buildings are situated on 5.5 acres of scenic property. CLASSROOM TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAMS The classroom is equipped with audio-visual equipment and visual aids, which are used as an integral part of classroom instruction. The classroom also features a computerized defensive driving simulator which allows for interactive training and real-life situations. RANGE The range area is used for lab instruction and development of maneuvering skills and is equipped with docks used for alley, straight line, off-set and parallel backing. Equipment used for range instruction includes day cab and conventional type tractors. Classroom and truck driving instruction involving maneuvering skills and lab is taught at 1156 Medina Road, Medina, Ohio ROAD Equipment utilized for road training includes tractors with 9 and 10 speed transmissions. Trailers are of various lengths. Most driving instruction will be conducted within a 50- mile radius of the school. CLASSROOM MASSAGE THERAPY PROGRAM The classroom is equipped with audio-visual equipment and visual aids such as anatomical charts, a skeleton model, videos, and a computer station. CLINIC/LAB The clinic/lab equipment includes massage tables, massage chairs, massage lotions, linens, hot and cold packs, a hydroculator, neck rolls, a hot stone kit, a paraffin wax unit, and a freezer. CLASSROOM MEDICAL ASSISTING PROGRAM The classroom is equipped with audio-visual equipment and visual aids such as anatomical charts, a skeleton model, videos, and a computer station. LAB The clinic/lab equipment includes a patient examination table, an EKG machine, adult and baby scales, a centrifuge, a digital thermometer, a blood collection kit, a venipuncture and injection training arm, an emergency wash station, and other items typically found in a physician s examination room.

3 CLASSROOM PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM The classroom is equipped with audio-visual equipment and visual aids such as anatomical charts, a skeleton model, videos, and a computer station. LAB The clinic/lab equipment includes hospital beds, a patient examination table, blankets and sheets, examination materials, injection supplies, intravenous therapy materials, and pharmacology supplies. Training Ratios TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAMS Instructor / Student Ratio Number of Classrooms: One (1) Classroom: Maximum of 1-35 Range: Maximum of 1-10 Student/Vehicle Ratio Road: Maximum of 1-4 Range: 2-1 Road: 4-1 MASSAGE THERAPY PROGRAM Instructor/ Student Ratio Number of Classrooms: One (1) Classroom: Maximum of 1-25 Lab: Maximum of 1-20 Number of Laboratories: One (1) Student/Equipment Ratio Maximum of 2-1 MEDICAL ASSISTING PROGRAM Instructor/ Student Ratio Number of Classrooms: One (1) Classroom: Maximum of 1-15 Lab: Maximum of 1-15 Number of Laboratories: One (1) Student/Equipment Ratio Maximum of 15-1 PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM Instructor/ Student Ratio Number of Classrooms: One (1) Classroom: Maximum of 1-20 Lab: Maximum of 1-15 Number of Laboratories: One (1) Clinical: Maximum of 1-10 Student/Equipment Ratio Maximum of 4-1

4 Admissions Requirements Requirements for the following programs are as follows: ADVANCED TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM 600 MASTER TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM A. A High School Diploma (or proof of its completion) or recognized equivalent (GED) is required for admission. B. Complete a School Application and Enrollment Agreement. C. Be at least 21 years old at the time of graduation with the exception of the Advanced Truck Driver Training Program (244 clock hours) which admits students who have reached 18 years of age. D. Provide a copy of a valid driver s license. E. Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language. F. Provide a 5 year work history or personal accountability for the preceding 5 years. All students are required to pass a physical, drug screen, and obtain a valid CDL Instructional Permit before entering the lab (range/road) portion of training. Requirements for the following program are as follows: MASSAGE THERAPY PROGRAM All prospective candidates to be considered for the program must graduate from high school or obtain a GED Certificate. The following must be completed prior to the admission date and signing of the Enrollment Agreement: 1. Submit an official high school transcript or recognized equivalent (GED) transcript (to be sent directly to the school). 2. Complete the School Application. 3. Sign a health form. According to various sections of the Ohio law and certification/licensure board regulations, persons convicted of a felony or misdemeanor related to alcohol/drugs may not be able to take licensure or certification examinations, may be refused licensure or have restrictions placed on their ability to practice. Ohio Law requires that a massage therapist undergo a criminal background check prior to applying for an initial license. The State Medical Board, which has the authority to grant licenses to practice as a massage therapist, at its discretion, may choose to refuse to grant an individual a license to practice as a massage therapist if the applicant possesses certain felony convictions. Applicants to this program who have a felony record need to seek advisement from their admissions representative.

5 Requirements for the following program are as follows: MEDICAL ASSISTING PROGRAM All prospective candidates to be considered for the program must graduate from high school or obtain a GED Certificate. The following must be completed prior to the admission date and signing of the Enrollment Agreement: 1. Submit an official high school transcript or recognized equivalent (GED) transcript (to be sent directly to the school). 2. Complete the School Application. 3. Provide documentation of current immunizations including: Hepatitis B series and TB. Requirements for the following program are as follows: PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM All prospective candidates to be considered for the program must graduate from high school or obtain a GED Certificate. The following must be completed prior to the admission date and signing of the Enrollment Agreement: 1. Submit an official high school transcript or recognized equivalent (GED) transcript (to be sent directly to the school). 2. Complete the School Application. 3. Receive proficient scores on the preadmission Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). If the test was taken at another school, an official copy of results (dated not more than one year prior to the expected start date of the program) must be submitted to the school at least two weeks before the beginning of the program. 4. Complete the background check (BCI only) within one year prior to the admission date (if a student has been a resident of the state of Ohio for less than five years, a Federal Background Check (FBI) is additionally required). Results are to be sent directly to the school. 5. Provide evidence of current CPR Certification for the Health Care Provider by the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross. 6. Provide a physician s report of a physical examination completed within one year of admission date. 7. Provide documentation of current immunizations including: MMR, Td Booster and TB screening results (2-Step Mantoux or chest x-ray if the applicant has a history of a

6 positive Mantoux). The Hepatitis B series and evidence of Chicken Pox immunity (date of disease or immunization, or titer) are highly recommended. 8. Provide evidence of active health insurance or complete a waiver indicating personal responsibility. Note: For those students planning to transfer credits from other institutions, submission of an official transcript for all the courses taken at any college or university is to be sent directly to school at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the program. LEGAL LIMITATIONS FOR NURSE LICENSURE The Program Administrator for Practical Nursing is responsible for making the information regarding legal limitations for state licensure available to applicants to the Hamrick School Practical Nursing Program. Admission or graduation from the nursing program does not guarantee obtaining a license to practice nursing. Licensure requirements and the subsequent procedures are the exclusive right and responsibility of the Ohio State Board of Nursing. Students must satisfy the requirements of the Nurse Practice Act: statutes, rules and regulations independently of any school requirements for graduation. Admissions Procedures Persons desiring to make an application to the school should contact the school or one of its admissions representatives. Procedures for the following programs are as follows: ADVANCED TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM 600 MASTER TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM Applicants must be interviewed by a representative of the school to determine that their driving record, personal background (prior felony or drug convictions), and state of health are acceptable for admission. All applicants must complete a School Application, Enrollment Agreement, and submit other documents which are required to determine enrollment eligibility. An applicant who has a felony record will be evaluated on an individual basis prior to acceptance for admission by either the Assistant School Director or Career Services personnel to determine applicant s suitability for employment upon completion of a program. If an applicant is determined to have issues that would possibly prevent successful employment upon completion of the program, they may be required to obtain a letter of pre-hire or they may be denied admission.

7 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Each student applying for any truck driver training program above must pass a DOT physical and drug screen, administered by a doctor, medical clinic, or drug-testing agency. If the student does not pass the DOT physical and drug screen, their enrollment will be cancelled. All monies will be refunded, with the exception of $ for the cost of the physical and drug screen (if paid by the school), within 30 days of the date of determination. Procedures for the following programs are as follows: MASSAGE THERAPY, MEDICAL ASSISTING AND PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAMS Applicants must be interviewed by a representative of the school to determine that their personal background (prior felony or drug convictions), and state of health are acceptable for admission. All applicants must complete a School Application, Enrollment Agreement, and submit other documents which are required to determine enrollment eligibility. An applicant who has a felony record will be evaluated on an individual basis prior to acceptance for admission by either, the Assistant School Director, the Program Administrator (Practical Nursing Program) or Career Services personnel to determine applicant s suitability for employment upon completion of a program. If an applicant is determined to have issues that would possibly prevent successful employment upon completion of the program, they may be required to obtain additional advisement from the admissions representative or they may be denied admission. ADVANCED STANDING/CREDIT TRANSFER (CREDIT-BASED PROGRAMS ONLY) Hamrick School may grant credit for previous education. The Director of Education, Assistant School Director or Program Administrator (Practical Nursing Program) may process credit transfer. Hamrick School will not transfer more than 50% of the hours/credits for any program from another school (this coursework must be completed within the last 3 years, excluding the Practical Nursing program). Courses requested for transfer must be completed with a minimum grade of 2.0 or C to satisfy the competency. The courses that are accepted as transfer credit will be listed on a Transfer of Credit form and designated as Transfer (T) on the official transcript. Hamrick School s transfer policy also applies to veterans.

8 RE-ENTRY/READMISSION Re-entrance into the program will be permitted at the discretion of the Director of Education, Assistant School Director or Program Administrator (Practical Nursing program). A student can re-enter the program providing the causes of previous problems are removed. The Director of Education, Assistant School Director or Program Administrator (Practical Nursing program) must approve the date of re-entry into the program. Upon re-entry, students receiving federal financial aid will not be eligible for disbursement until the student completes previous hours/credits for which the funds have been disbursed, and that all requirements for satisfactory progress have been made. VETERANS RE-ENTRY (all programs) If a veteran student s training is interrupted because of a Leave of Absence or excessive absences, the veteran must apply to the school for a re-admission. Credit will be given for previous hours completed. When the veteran is reinstated to the school, the Veterans Administration will be notified of re-entry. Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAMS All students in truck driving programs will be assessed at the end of each phase and at the midpoint of the program to determine if they are in compliance with the school s standards for satisfactory progress. Students enrolled in the: ADVANCED TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or 75% at each assessment point to avoid being placed on Warning or Probation for failure to maintain satisfactory progress. Students must have a 90% attendance rate at Phase I; and a 100% attendance rate at Phase II to avoid being placed on Warning or Probation for failure to maintain satisfactory progress. Phase I Midpoint Phase II 120 Hours N/A 244 Hours

9 600 MASTER TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or 75% at each assessment point to avoid being placed on Warning or Probation for failure to maintain satisfactory progress. Students must have an 80% attendance rate at the end of Phase I; a 90% attendance rate at the Midpoint; and a 100% attendance rate at the end of Phase II to avoid being placed on Warning or Probation for failure to maintain progress. Phase I Midpoint Phase II Option Hours 300 Hours 600 Hours Option Hours 300 Hours 600 Hours WARNING: The first time that a student who is enrolled in the: ADVANCED TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM 600 MASTER TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM does not attain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or 75% and/or the minimum required attendance rate at any assessment point, he/she will be placed on Warning. Students placed on Warning will be considered to be meeting the standards of progress. Students who attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or 75% and the required minimum attendance rate by the end of the Warning period (next assessment point) will be removed from Warning and returned to a regular status. PROBATION: After the Warning period, students enrolled in the: ADVANCED TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM 600 MASTER TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM who have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 or 75% and/or an attendance rate below the required minimum will be placed on Probation, and will not be considered to be meeting the standards of progress. Students will remain on Probation until the next assessment point. At the end of Probationary period the students progress will be evaluated. If the student fails to meet the standards of satisfactory progress by the end of the probationary period, the student will be TERMINATED from school. Notification of termination will be in writing. NOTE: All students must be progressing towards completion of the program within the maximum time frame allowable (see Programs Maximum Time Frames). Students enrolled in truck driver training programs are not allowed to progress to the next phase until all the requirements for the previous phase are satisfied.

10 Students who are enrolled in the: MASSAGE THERAPY PROGRAM must attain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or 75% and successfully complete 67% of the attempted credits at each assessment point to avoid being placed on probation for failure to maintain satisfactory progress. These assessment points occur at the points in time reflected in the following chart: Quarter 1 Quarter 2/ Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Midpoint Credit Hours Credit Hours Credit Hours Credit Hours PROBATION PERIOD Students who have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 or 75% and less than 67% of the attempted credits at each assessment point will be placed on Probation. Students progress will be re-evaluated at the next assessment point and if the SAP standards are met, the student will be removed from Probation and returned to regular status. Students receiving financial aid will be placed on Financial Aid Probation. Students will remain on Probation until the next assessment point. At the end of Probationary period students progress will be evaluated. If a student fails to meet the standards of satisfactory progress by the end of the probationary period, the student will be TERMINATED from school. Notification of termination will be in writing. NOTE: All students must be progressing towards completion of the program within the maximum time frame allowable. SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS STANDARDS MEDICAL ASSISTING PROGRAM A student s academic progress will be reviewed at the end of each quarter and the midpoint. Students who are enrolled in: MEDICAL ASSISTING PROGRAM must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or 75% at each assessment point to avoid being placed on Probation for failure to maintain satisfactory progress. Students must have completed 75% of scheduled hours at the end of Quarter 1; 85% of scheduled hours at the Midpoint; 95% of scheduled hours at the end of Quarter 2; and completed

11 100% of scheduled hours at the end of Quarter III to avoid being placed on Probation for failure to maintain progress. Quarter 1 Midpoint Quarter 2 Quarter Hours 450 Hours 600 Hours 900 Hours PROBATION PERIOD Students who have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 or 75% and/or an attendance rate below the required minimum will be placed on Probation. Student s progress will be reevaluated at the next assessment point, and if the SAP standards are met, the student will be removed from Probation and returned to regular status. Students receiving financial aid will be placed on Financial Aid Probation. Students will remain on Probation until the next assessment point. At the end of the Probationary period, the student s progress will be evaluated. If a student fails to meet the standards of satisfactory progress by the end of the probationary period, the student will be TERMINATED from school. Notification of termination will be in writing. NOTE: All students must be progressing towards completion of the program within the maximum time frame allowable. A student s academic progress will be reviewed at the end of each quarter. Students who are enrolled in the: PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM must attain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or 75%, and successfully complete 67% of the attempted credits at each assessment point to avoid being placed on probation for failure to maintain satisfactory progress. These assessment points occur at the points in time reflected in the following chart: Quarter 1 Quarter 2/ Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Midpoint Credit Hours Credit Hours Credit Hours Credit Hours PROBATION PERIOD Students who have a cumulative GPA below 2.0 or 75% and less than 67% of the attempted credits at each assessment point will be placed on Probation. Students progress will be re-evaluated at the next assessment point, and if the SAP standards are

12 met, the student will be removed from Probation and returned to regular status. Students receiving financial aid will be placed on Financial Aid Probation. Students will remain on Probation until the next assessment point. At the end of the Probationary period, students progress will be evaluated. If a student fails to meet the standards of satisfactory progress by the end of the probationary period, the student will be TERMINATED from school. Notification of termination will be in writing. NOTE: All students must be progressing towards completion of the program within the maximum time frame allowable. Withdrawal Any applicant may cancel enrollment prior to the commencement of classes without penalty, providing the student cancels the contract prior to midnight of the fifth business day after the date of the contract. Students who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have five (5) days to cancel with no penalty following attendance at orientation or tour of the school s facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. A signed dated notice must be sent to cancel the enrollment. A refund shall be made no later than thirty days after cancellation. A student who has started his/her program of study may, at his/her option, withdraw from Hamrick School. A student, who chooses to withdraw, should contact the Director of Education, Assistant School Director or Program Administrator (Practical Nursing program) to discuss the reasons for his/her decision. If the decision to withdraw is final, the Registrar, Financial Aid Administrator and Accounting Department are advised, so the appropriate forms may be completed. Students receiving Title IV funding must complete an exit interview upon withdrawal. Note: A student will be considered to have withdrawn from their program after fourteen (14) calendar days have elapsed from the last recorded day of attendance, without being on an approved leave of absence. Return of Title IV If you completely withdraw from all of your classes, and/or program, you may be required to repay a percentage of the federally funded financial aid that you received to the U.S. Department of Education. Once you have withdrawn, the school is required to calculate the aid that you received and days enrolled to determine if you will be required to repay federal financial aid funds. You may owe a portion of your federal financial aid to both Hamrick School and to the U.S. Department of Education. The Financial Aid Office will return either a portion or all of your federal aid to the U.S. Department of Education, based on the amount of financial aid that you did not earn.

13 Any portion that you owe to the U.S. Department of Education will be reported as an overpayment and must be repaid prior to receiving and additional federal aid. This overpayment will appear on your Student Aid Report (SAR) and will also prevent you from receiving federal aid at any college, university, or career school in the United States. Students who owe an overpayment to the U.S. Department of Education are encouraged to contact the Department directly at to establish a satisfactory payment arrangement.

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