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1 Official Catalog Effective August Mount Vernon Road, Southington, Connecticut Branch campus: 85 Sigourney Street, Hartford, Connecticut (860)

2 Table of Contents LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT... ix GENERAL INFORMATION... 1 MISSION... 1 VISION... 1 GOALS... 1 STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW ACT... 1 ACCREDITATION AND APPROVALS... 1 Institutional Accreditations and Approvals... 1 OWNERSHIP STATUS... 2 FINANCIAL REPORTING... 2 HISTORY... 2 CAMPUS FACILITIES... 3 Southington Campus... 3 ALUMNI BENEFITS... 3 ADMISSION... 4 ADMISSION POLICIES... 4 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS... 4 General Requirements... 4 Online Program Admission Requirements... 4 International Student Requirements... 4 English as a Second Language (ESL) Student Requirements... 4 Programs with Selective Admission Requirements... 5 ADMISSION PROCEDURES... 5 ASSOCIATE DEGREE GRADUATES ENROLLING IN ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS... 6 READMISSION... 6 FINANCIAL AID... 7 FINANCIAL NEED... 7 ELIGIBILITY... 7 FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)... 7 VETERANS PROGRAMS POLICIES... 7 Veterans Education Benefits... 7 Standards of Progress... 7 ii

3 Evaluation of Prior Education and Training... 7 TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE... 7 Scholarships... 7 Federal Financial Assistance... 9 AWARD PACKAGES AND DISBURSEMENTS... 9 VERIFICATION... 9 STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RESPONSIBILITIES... 9 REFUND POLICIES... 9 Federal Regulations Regarding Refunds... 9 Federal Regulations Regarding Returns Return of Title IV Federal Student Aid* REESTABLISHING FINANCIAL AID ELIGIBILITY FEES AND EXPENSES ADDITIONAL EXPENSES REDUCED TUITION PROGRAMS PAYMENT OPTIONS AND TERMS TUITION CANCELLATION AFTER WITHDRAWAL COLLEGE POLICIES COMPUTER USE CONDUCT DRESS CODE DRUGS AND ALCOHOL POLICY EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PLURALISM STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES SEXUAL HARASSMENT STUDENT COMPLAINT/GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES HEALTH INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS STUDENT RECORDS Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Updates to Student Information/Records STUDENT LIFE OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE iii

4 RESIDENT STUDENTS Housing Selection Process Damage Billing COMMUTER STUDENTS DINING FACILITIES STUDENT ACTIVITIES Student Government Association (SGA) Intercollegiate Athletics Intramural Athletics Other Activities CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY STUDENT HEALTH INFORMATION STUDENT SERVICES NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION On-ground Programs Online Programs STUDENT ADVISING Faculty Advisor Student Advisor LIBRARY SERVICES THE ACADEMIC CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE (ACE) DISABILITY SERVICES CAREER SERVICES ELECTRONIC STUDENT RESOURCES MyCampusLINC Canvas Learning Management System SmarThinking ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ACADEMIC GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES ADD/DROP PERIOD APPEALING AN ACADEMIC DISMISSAL ATTENDANCE AUDITING A COURSE (N) iv

5 CLASS REGISTRATION COURSE SUBSTITUTIONS CREDIT HOUR DEFINITION DEVELOPMENTAL COURSEWORK Placement Evaluations Enrollment in Developmental Courses ENROLLMENT STATUS Full-Time Student Status Part-Time Student Status FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (FYS101) GRADING SYSTEM Grade Point Average (GPA) Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Honors Designations GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Programmatic Requirements for Graduation INCOMPLETES (I) INTERNSHIPS LEAVE OF ABSENCE Military and Uniformed Service Members PREREQUISITE AND CO-REQUISITE COURSES REPEATING COURSES SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS SAP/Financial Aid Warning SAP/Financial Aid Probation Minimum Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress Programmatic Satisfactory Academic Progress PROGRAM CHANGES TRANSFER CREDIT Military Training Residency Requirement Non-traditional Credit TRANSFER CREDIT PROCEDURES TRANSFERABILITY OF LCNE COURSES v

6 WITHDRAWAL FROM A COURSE WITHDRAWAL FROM THE COLLEGE (ALL COURSES) GENERAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILO) GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS FOR DEGREE PROGRAMS General Education Areas and Disciplines Directed Courses ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND REQUIREMENTS LEARNING OPTIONS AT LINCOLN COLLEGE OF NEW ENGLAND On-ground Programs (often referred to as traditional learning) Online Programs ACADEMIC PROGRAMS BY MODALITY A.A.S. ACCOUNTING A.A.S. BROADCASTING B.S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION A.A.S. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT A.A.S. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (FASHION MERCHANDISING TRACK) A.A.S. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MARKETING TRACK) A.A.S. COMMUNICATION A.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE B.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE A.A.S. DENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT DENTAL CHAIRSIDE ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE A.S. DENTAL HYGIENE A.A.S. EXECUTIVE MEDICAL ASSISTANT B.S. FUNERAL SERVICE MANAGEMENT A.A.S. HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY B.S. HEALTH INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION HEALTH INFORMATION CODING CERTIFICATE A.S. HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION A.S. HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT A.S. HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (NUTRITION AND FOODSERVICE MANAGEMENT TRACK) A.S. HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAL ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE vi

7 A.A.S. MORTUARY SCIENCE A.A.S. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT A.A. PARALEGAL B.S.N. RN TO BSN COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ACCOUNTING ART BROADCASTING BUSINESS CHILD DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER INFORMATION COMMUNICATION CRIMINAL JUSTICE DENTAL DIETETICS ECONOMICS ENGLISH EXTERNSHIP FASHION MERCHANDISING FINANCE FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR FOOD PREPARATION FOOD SERVICE FUNERAL SERVICE MANAGEMENT GUIDED STUDY HEALTH INFORMATION HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION HISTORY HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT HUMAN SERVICES LANGUAGE LAW MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS vii

8 MARKETING MATHEMATICS MEDICAL ASSISTING MORTUARY SCIENCE MUSIC NATURAL SCIENCES NURSING NUTRITION OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PHARMACOLOGY POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY BOARD OF TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, and STAFF LINCOLN COLLEGE OF NEW ENGLAND MEMBERSHIPS WHERE OUR GRADUATES ARE EMPLOYED APPENDIX A: HARTFORD CAMPUS viii

9 LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT DEAR FUTURE AND CURRENT STUDENTS: Lincoln College of New England (LCNE) is dedicated to delivering academic excellence in an environment that supports student success. Whether you're a recent high school graduate or you want to advance or change your career, Lincoln College of New England offers degree programs for in-demand careers, as well as internships where you gain first-hand knowledge and experience in your career field. LCNE is a student-centered college where teaching and learning are at the heart of what we do. We pride ourselves on personal service to students, and students will time and again reference the warmth and welcoming environment on campus. You will never sit in a lecture hall with hundreds of other students, or for that matter even 50 other students. With an average class size of 12 students, you will really get to know accomplished faculty members who care about your LEARNING, first and foremost. You certainly will begin the process of shaping your own direction and destiny. LCNE is a career-oriented college, which means our curriculum will provide you with more than just the basic general education and necessary technical skills for your chosen field. You will also receive an education that provides the softskills necessary to be career-ready. Part of your education here will include, resume writing, how to search for the right employment fit, how to prepare for an interview, and practice interviewing. As such, Lincoln College of New England graduates have an excellent reputation among employers both for their skills and for their career-readiness. LCNE is a college for the 21 st century. We believe in tailoring education to meet the many demands of a diverse student body. LCNE students range from traditional college-age students living on campus, to individuals holding full-time jobs and raising children while going to school, to military veterans, and to lifelong learners. To meet the wide variety of needs each student has, students have a choice between taking courses on campus or online and may choose to take courses in the traditional 16-week term, and/or accelerated eight-week options. You see, at Lincoln College of New England, the needs of our student body are as diverse as the wealth of opportunities available to them. Some students come to earn an associate degree or baccalaureate degree, while others come for our high-quality career and technical training. Regardless of your personal education and career goals, you can count on the caring faculty and staff at LCNE to understand your desires, encourage the heart, and celebrate your success at graduation! Our commitment to excellence stems from the core of our mission we care for our students and create an educational environment that facilitates strong educational outcomes. Indeed we claim your dreams, goals, and challenges as our own. The most important thing you can do is see for yourself! Admissions representatives are eager to work with you to help determine a path to graduation that considers the most important element you! Visit us and you will see why this place is like no other. Until then, explore our website for a glimpse of the campus and make plans to come see firsthand what I am talking about. I hope to see you at Lincoln College of New England and please stop by the Office of the President to say hello. Cordially, Dr. Kathryn S. Regjo President, Lincoln College of New England ix

10 GENERAL INFORMATION MISSION Lincoln College of New England empowers students with knowledge and skills, while promoting the confidence and integrity necessary to succeed in diverse careers and communities. The College creates a student-centered 21 st century learning environment providing a comprehensive education with an emphasis on career and applied knowledge. VISION Lincoln College of New England strives to be a leading institution providing comprehensive career-oriented programs with flexible delivery options designed to accommodate the ever-changing lifestyle of the modern day student. GOALS Through long-range planning, Lincoln College of New England will continue to commit the resources to provide high quality programs that meet the needs of the community and enable students to attain their potential. To enable students to achieve their maximum return on their educational investment, the College will continue to help students accomplish employment within their chosen field. The College will promote the development of a curious mind and lifelong learning through the pursuit of academic excellence. The College will continue to enhance its learning environment through ongoing assessment and provide students with a rich and satisfying educational experience. The College is committed to making a difference in the community of which it is a part and encourages faculty, staff and students to participate in outreach and service programs designed to focus on the competitive challenges of diverse environments, both locally and globally. The College will continue to ensure that it operates with the highest level of academic, financial and regulatory integrity and is in compliance with all federal, state and accreditation requirements. STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW ACT As of July 1, 2011, federal regulations require that college and universities notify the public regarding a data feature assuring compliance with the Student Right to Know Act and Gainful Employment regulations. Student consumer information for Lincoln College of New England can be found at ACCREDITATION AND APPROVALS Institutional Accreditations and Approvals Lincoln College of New England is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. indicates that the College meets or exceeds the criteria for the assessment of institutional quality periodically applied through a peer group review process. An accredited school or college is one which has the necessary resources available to achieve its state purposes through appropriate educational programs, is substantially going so, and gives reasonable evident that it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Institutional integrity is also address through accreditation. Accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. is not partial but applies to the institution as a whole. As such, it is not a guarantee of the quality of every course or program offered or the competence of individual graduates. Rather, accreditation provides a reasonable assurance concerning the quality of opportunities available to students who attend the institution. Inquiries regarding the accreditation status of Lincoln College of New England should be directed to the administrative staff of the College. Individuals may also contact the New England Association of Schools and College, Inc., 3 Burlington Woods Drive, Suite 100, Burlington, MA 01803, (855) Lincoln College of New England is also accredited by the State of Connecticut Board of Governors for Higher Education. For additional information regarding the College s approval by the State of Connecticut, please visit The College is also approved to offer programs for the education and training through the following organizations: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for veterans and other beneficiaries Service Members Opportunities College (SOC) Connecticut Bureau of Rehabilitation Services United States Department of Justice (for enrollment of non-immigrant alien students) 1

11 Programmatic Accreditations Dental Programs The dental chairside assistant and dental hygiene programs are accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation and have been granted the status of approval without reporting requirements. The Commission on Dental Accreditation is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. The Commission may be contacted at: 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611, (312) Health Information Technology Program The health information technology program is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIM) in collaboration with the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), 233 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 2150, Chicago, Illinois 60601, Executive Medical Assistant Program The executive medical assistant program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). Additional information can be found at Hospitality Management Program Concentration in Nutrition and Foodservice Management The concentration in Nutrition and Foodservice Management within the Hospitality program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 120 South Riverside Place, Suite 2000, Chicago, Illinois, (800) , Mortuary Science Program The mortuary Science program at Lincoln College of New England is accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE), 3414 Ashland Avenue, Suite G, St. Joseph, Missouri (816) Web: Occupational Therapy Assistant Program The occupational therapy assistant program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTA) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), located at 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD, ACOTE s telephone number, c/o of AOTA, is (301) 652- AOTA, and its web address is Dietetic Technician Program The dietetic technician program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 120 South Riverside Place, Suite 2000, Chicago, Illinois, (800) , The Dietetic Technician Program at Lincoln College of New England is no longer accepting students. The College will continue to provide faculty, resources, and student services so that all enrolled students can complete the program. For further information, please contact Nancy Morrell, Director of the Dietetic Technician Program at OWNERSHIP STATUS Lincoln College of New England is a private, for-profit institution of higher education that is owned and operated by Lincoln Educational Services Corporation whose principal offices are located in West Orange, NJ. FINANCIAL REPORTING A copy of the most recent audited financial statement or fair summary thereof is available in the Office of the President. HISTORY Lincoln College of New England traces its roots to the founding of the Briarwood Secretarial School which opened an office in Bristol, Connecticut in In early 1967, the School opened its first classrooms in a building that would later be named Dr. John J. LeConche Hall, constructed on a new 33 acre site at the base of Mount Southington on Mount Vernon Road. In 1979, Briarwood College (previously named the Briarwood School for Women) was granted a charter by the Connecticut General Assembly and authorized to confer degrees and diplomas as are customary in higher education. The College became coeducational and commenced offering associate of applied science degrees and certificates in professionally-oriented programs in allied health, business and secretarial studies. In the years to follow, Briarwood College expanded its degree offerings to include the associate of arts degree and such programs as business administration and computer information systems. The College increased its campus to include 11 additional acres of land on Mount Vernon Road and made significant improvements to its existing facilities and grounds including a new residence hall, a library addition and classrooms equipped with computers and instructional technology. The first two baccalaureate degree programs, criminal justice and funeral service management, were approved and accredited by the Connecticut Board of Governors for Higher Education in the fall of In December 2008, the College was acquired by Lincoln Educational Services Corporation (LESC). Shortly afterward, LESC also acquired Clemens College in Suffield, CT, formerly known as the International College of Hospitality Management. The two institutions merged into Lincoln College of New England at the end of Also in 2009, a Hartford branch was added and by 2012, the College consolidated students from the Suffield branch campus to Hartford. Consistent with its mission and strategic plan, the College began to offer online degree programs in October 2010 and added its third baccalaureate program in Health Information Administration. More growth followed in 2014, as the College began to offer its fourth and fifth baccalaureate programs, RN to BSN and Business Management. Lincoln College of New England is now home to a diverse student body comprised of both full- and part-time students enrolled in both on-ground and online programs. 2

12 CAMPUS FACILITIES Lincoln College of New England s main campus is located in Southington, Connecticut. A branch campus of the College is located in Hartford, Connecticut. At the present time, the College is not enrolling students for the Hartford campus for any program or course. In the event the Southington campus reaches student capacity, additional housing may be available at the Hartford location, and different residency and meal rates may be applied. For information related to the Hartford campus, please refer to Appendix A. Southington Campus The 33-acre main campus is located at the base of Mount Southington near Lake Compounce Theme Park. Just minutes away from the town and major thoroughfares, the campus setting is picturesque and spacious. At this campus, there are specialized laboratories for communications, dental, medical assisting, mortuary science, and occupational therapy assisting programs. In addition, there are two laboratories for life and physical sciences, four computer classrooms, as well as two computer laboratories for student use. Administrative offices and the library are located in LeConche Hall. Brooks Hall houses classrooms, a science laboratory, faculty offices, the Career Services Department, the Student Life Department, the Student Services Department, Student Center, and twenty student apartments. Six larger student apartments are located in Palmisano Hall, home of the Honors Housing. Classrooms, faculty offices, laboratories, the Academic Center for Excellence, and the Pulse campus radio station, are all located in Liguori Hall. Founders Hall houses several technology-equipped classrooms as well as an assembly room that is utilized by the College and various civic organizations for meetings, seminars, and other functions. In addition, the College s bookstore and the Wildcat Café are located in Founders Hall. DiVenere Hall, the newest addition to the campus, houses the dental and mortuary science departments. It features several spacious and fully-equipped classrooms and a large conference room for faculty and student meetings. A recently constructed dental clinic with modern technologies occupies the second floor of the building, providing laboratory and clinical instruction space for dental students at the remarkable 5:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Under the direct supervision of faculty, students provide comprehensive dental hygiene services that are available to the public. The third floor of DiVenere Hall is home to the mortuary science program and includes facilities that provide students with hands-on laboratory practice in several mortuary science classes. A model chapel equipped with funeral service computer software enables students to learn burial design and provides them with the marketing experiences required of a funeral professional. The chapel serves as a display room for caskets, partial caskets, urns, and other burial merchandise. DiVenere also offers an area on the third floor where students can gather to study, chat, or simply enjoy the phenomenal view of Mount Southington. ALUMNI BENEFITS Lincoln College of New England students and graduates have access to alumni benefits including: Excellent Career Services support during enrollment and after graduation. Whether you are looking for employment right after graduation or several years after, the Department of Career Services is available to assist LCNE alumni. With more than 5,000 graduates, alumni can easily network with individuals located throughout the country and remain connected. Assist new LCNE students through the $1000 Alumni Scholarship. Please see the Financial Aid section for more information. Access to MyLincoln from the time you apply to the College. Upon graduation, you can access your MyLincoln to stay in touch with classmates, remain involved in the LCNE community, and network to maximize your career opportunities! Once you become a part of the LCNE community, you are a Wildcat for life! 3

13 ADMISSION ADMISSION POLICIES Lincoln College of New England seeks students who have a strong desire for higher education. The College welcomes applications from graduates of accredited secondary schools, those who have successfully completed a General Educational Development (GED) program, and transfer students from other accredited colleges. At Lincoln College of New England, we are committed to a policy of equal opportunity in the recruitment and admission of students, access to student financial assistance, and in all student services and activities. Lincoln College of New England does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or any other basis as specified by federal and state laws and regulations. Prospective students are encouraged to visit the College and to speak with an admission representative. Although not required, submission of Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores is strongly recommended to determine scholarship eligibility and for placement purposes. In addition, a personal Career Planning Session with an admissions representative may be required. Demographic information for students can be found in the College Factbook, and is available upon request. Lincoln College of New England adheres to a rolling admission policy where applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis. Admissions decisions are typically made within one week of receipt of all required documents. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS General Requirements To be considered for admission to the College, all applicants must have graduated from an accredited secondary or postsecondary school OR earned a state high school equivalency diploma. Admission to the College does not imply admission to all courses and programs. Some academic programs have specific admission criteria and prerequisites beyond the normal admission requirements for the College. Please see the section on Selective Admission for additional details. NOTE: A criminal conviction may affect a graduate s ability to obtain a professional position or sit for certification examinations depending on various state laws. Online Program Admission Requirements Admission into any Lincoln College of New England Online Program requires the applicant to meet the same admission requirements as those who enroll at on-ground campuses. In addition, applicants to Online Programs may submit the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam and may be accepted for admission provided that the applicants meet the minimum score for admission as provided by their admission guidelines at the time of enrollment. Applicants whose skill levels do not meet the minimum requirements will be denied admission and they will be advised regarding the areas that need improvement. Applicants whose skill levels indicate that developmental assistance is necessary will be required to complete developmental courses on-ground or with another accredited institution prior to enrollment. International Student Requirements Applicants interested in studying at Lincoln College of New England who are not citizens of the United States should consider the following when applying for admission: Classes at Lincoln College of New England are conducted only in English, and assignments, papers, and tests must be written in acceptable English. Nonnative speakers of English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Minimum TOEFL score requirements are based on the version of the examination: o Paper-based = 550 o Computer-based = 213 o Internet-based = 79 International students should submit all required materials at least three months prior to the start of the term in which they wish to enroll in the College. In addition to the general admission requirements, international students must submit the following before an I-20 form will be issued: Official TOEFL examination score report or transcripts of a previous college or university. The College will ascertain the student s English proficiency from either TOEFL or previous English language study. A medical history report and parental consent for medical treatment If official transcripts are not written in English, they must be accompanied by an official translation and evaluation from an approved translation company such as World Education Services (WES). Students are responsible for the expense incurred for this service. Additional information can be found at A certified bank statement (in English and converted to U.S. dollars) providing evidence of sufficient resources to pay for tuition and expenses; international students are not eligible for U.S. federal funding. A $1500 deposit upon acceptance (in U.S. dollars). The applicant must provide a copy of his or her transcript with his/her application for admission. If the applicant does not submit the required transcript, a passing score on an examination is required. English as a Second Language (ESL) Student Requirements Students whose native language is not English may be required to submit TOEFL scores as an admission requirement. Minimum TOEFL score requirements are based on the version of the examination: o Paper-based = 550 o Computer-based = 213 o Internet-based = 79 The Vice President of Academic Affairs or designee may waive this requirement in consideration of previous college-level work or demonstration of English language proficiency. 4

14 Programs with Selective Admission Requirements The dental hygiene, funeral service management, and RN to BSN programs each have additional admission requirements. Dental Hygiene Admission to this program is competitive and occurs in the spring term each year. Students who have completed the high school preparatory course requirements and the first year of general education courses will be considered for admission. Students who have not completed the required high school preparatory course requirements must complete the college-level courses in these areas to be considered for admission to the program. The required courses are: High school courses: Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology Required developmental courses or passing scores on all placement tests. Up to 28 students may be selected to continue in the professional dental hygiene curriculum. Selection is based on: Minimum CGPA of 2.8. Essay and two letters of recommendation from faculty. Interview with the dental department chair. Submission of a petition for clinical consideration by February 1. Funeral Service Management Admission to this program occurs on a rolling basis. Students who have met all requirements must contact the program director to request a review. This academic program is designed to meet specific state or professional needs. It is not accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education. Students graduating from this program are not eligible to take the National Board Examination or any state board examination for which graduation from an ABFSE accredited program is required. The requirements for admission are: An earned associate degree from an American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE) accredited program. Recommendation from a funeral service director. RN to BSN The admission process for the RN to BSN program coincides with the general application process for the College. Prior to admission into the RN to BSN program, students must: Be a Registered Nurse and have earned credits from another institution of higher education ADMISSION PROCEDURES Applicants to Lincoln College of New England must complete an application for admission; an application can be completed online (http://www.lincolncollegene.edu/admissions-application), hand-delivered, or submitted via postal mail to the Admission Office. Applicants should have an official copy of their high school transcripts sent directly to the Admission office from the high school guidance department. If the transcript is not readily available, a diploma or InfoCubic high school verification report may be used as proof of graduation. Proof of high school graduation should be received prior to the first day of class or admission may be rescinded. Equivalency diploma recipients must submit an official copy of the diploma. All official college transcripts must be sent from the college or universities records office directly to the Registrar s office at LCNE. At the time of enrollment, the student must pay a $125 registration fee, $25 of that fee is due at the time of application. Please see the section of Fees and Expenses for more information. Upon receipt of the letter of acceptance, students should send the following to the Admission Office: 1. Residency deposit of $100 for students intending to reside at Lincoln College of New England. 2. College Health Form and documentation of immunizations (see section on Health Information Requirements for additional information). All applicants to the College who seek degrees or certificates are required to take placement tests prior to registration. The College uses placement test results to determine if developmental courses must be taken in English and/or mathematics. The placements tests may only be taken once and scores are valid for a three-year period. SAT scores of 450 or higher on each respective section, an ACT score of 17 or higher, and AP scores of 3 or higher on each respective test earned within the last three years will exempt students from the placement tests. Students who provide evidence that they have completed prerequisite English or mathematics courses at other college or universities may also be exempt from the placement tests. Waivers for placement tests will only be granted upon receipt of official documentation. NOTE: Students enrolling in online programs will be required to take the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam in lieu of the placement tests. Lincoln College of New England is committed to providing a safe learning and housing environment for all students, faculty, and staff. If, at any time LCNE is made aware of a student s conviction of a felony, whether upon application or during the course of the student s education, any such felony conviction may be grounds for denial of admission or expulsion from the college. Lincoln further reserves the right to refuse admission or to refuse to continue the student s education if such refusal is considered to be in the best interest of LCNE. Students may be denied admission or may be expelled from the college if there is reason to believe that they present a threat to themselves, other students, faculty members, and/or staff. 5

15 ASSOCIATE DEGREE GRADUATES ENROLLING IN ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS Students who have completed an associate degree program at Lincoln College of New England must complete a new admission application to matriculate into any other degree program, including baccalaureate level, offered at the College; however, the registration fee for these students will be waived if the new admission application is received within a six month period following the completion of the program. READMISSION Readmitted students who have not been enrolled in the College for a period of twelve months must follow the requirements published in the catalog in effect at the time of their readmission. Curricular and policy changes may require readmitted students to take additional coursework or to repeat classes. Students may be required to satisfy financial obligations from their prior period of enrollment before being readmitted. Former students who have not attended Lincoln College of New England for twelve consecutive months must complete a new application for admission. All credits earned previously will be included in Satisfactory Academic Progress calculations. For students entering a program other than the one in which they were enrolled when they left the College, all relevant previously completed courses will be included in Satisfactory Academic Progress calculations. Students must have left the College in good academic standing to be considered for readmission. Students who left the College in an academic probation status or who were academically dismissed must submit an appeal for readmission (see Appealing an Academic Dismissal section for more information). Students readmitted following such an appeal may be placed on academic probation as a condition of readmission. Readmitted students may have to repeat science courses completed more than five years previously. Students may also need to repeat program courses if the department considers the length of time between course completion and readmission detrimental to career preparation. 6

16 FINANCIAL AID Lincoln College of New England prides itself on a personal approach to assisting students and their families with finding the financial means to pay for a college education and to minimize the uncertainty that can result from the financial aid process. A variety of financial aid options are available to qualified individuals in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment. Scholarships and grants do not have to be repaid. Most loans are repaid after the student graduates or withdraws from the College. Important areas of financial aid are covered below. After reviewing the information, please call to make an appointment with a staff member of the Financial Aid Office for clarification regarding the various financial options available. Step-by-step procedures will also be explained. FINANCIAL NEED A portion of the financial aid awarded is funded through Federal and State agencies on the basis of need. Financial need is determined by a comparison between college expenses (tuition, fees, books, transportation, living expenses, etc.) and the resources (assets and earnings) of the student and his or her family. Students with the greatest need are generally given preference for most financial aid programs and thus tend to receive larger aid packages. ELIGIBILITY A student must be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen who has a high school diploma or equivalent, be enrolled at least half time (carrying 6 or more credits per term), be matriculated in a diploma or degree program, demonstrate financial need, and make satisfactory academic progress in order to receive Federal or State funded grants or loans. Please see the section on Satisfactory Academic Progress for further information. FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) To evaluate a student s financial need, the Financial Aid Office uses the federal needs analysis system mandated by the U.S. Department of Education which utilizes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA collects information about a family s financial situation which will help the financial aid counselors determine what each student is qualified to receive. The FAFSA can be completed online by visiting Please note that FAFSA applications must be submitted even if the student is applying solely for a Direct Stafford Student Loan or Parent: Plus Loan. All students must reapply annually by completing the FAFSA for each new award year. VETERANS PROGRAMS POLICIES Veterans Education Benefits Lincoln College of New England is approved by the Connecticut Department of Higher Education for student benefits under appropriate chapters of Title 38, U.S. Code, Section VA benefits are not applicable to some programs. Please see Financial Aid Office to speak with the designated military and veteran advisor for program eligibility details. All veterans must complete the application process in order to collect benefits from the Veterans Administration. Standards of Progress To receive veterans benefits, a veteran must remain in good academic standing in accordance with the College s policy regarding Satisfactory Academic Progress. The Department of Veteran s Affairs will be notified in the event that a student has violated the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy. For additional information, please visit Evaluation of Prior Education and Training The College maintains a written record of previous education and training of the veteran or eligible person which clearly indicates what credit has been granted for such activities. The College notifies the Department of Veterans Affairs when such credit is granted. TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE The following types of financial aid are available individually or in combination. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office. Scholarships All internal scholarship recipients must be full-time or ¾-time students carrying a minimum load of 9 credits. Award amounts can vary based on full-time or ¾ -time status and are limited to two internal scholarships per semester not including the LCNE Grant or the Success Scholarship. Online students may not be eligible for certain internal scholarships or may receive reduced awards. Certain internal scholarships may require submission of an essay by the applicant and may be subject to the Tuition and Scholarship Cancellation policy outlined in the Fees and Expenses section of the Catalog. In addition to the LCNE scholarships listed below, several scholarships are awarded annually to students by local civic groups, churches and other community organizations. Students are encouraged to explore all outside possibilities, utilizing the assistance of high school guidance counselors or the Lincoln College of New England Financial Aid Office. John J. LeConche Scholarship A scholarship has been established by the Board of Trustees to honor Dr. John J. LeConche, President Emeritus, for his vision and legacy to Lincoln College of New England. This scholarship is offered to one full-time student who has earned a minimum of 24 credit hours at Lincoln College of New England with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Selection is based on written recommendation of faculty. This scholarship is nonrenewable. 7

17 Presidential Scholarship Scholarships from funds available to the President of Lincoln College of New England are awarded to qualified students on the basis of the academic performance in high school or college as well as participation in school or community clubs or organizations. In addition to the required application materials, SAT scores (if available) and class rank are considered. Candidates must demonstrate exceptional motivation and potential for success in college. These scholarships are renewable for a second year with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Liguori Scholarship Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students on the basis of academic performance in high school or college as well as participation in school or community clubs or organizations. In addition to the required application materials, SAT scores (if available) and class rank are considered. These scholarships are renewable for a second year with a minimum of GPA of 2.5. Founders Scholarship Scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic performance in high school or college as well as participation in school or community clubs or organizations. In addition to the required application materials, SAT scores (if available) and class rank are considered. These scholarships are renewable for a second year with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Alumni Scholarship The Board of Trustees has established the Alumni Scholarship through which Lincoln College of New England alumni may recommend a deserving prospective student for a non-renewable scholarship. Students who complete their associate s degree with Lincoln College of New England and wish to continue their bachelor s degree with Lincoln College of New England may also become eligible for this scholarship. School Partners Program Lincoln College of New England has established the School Partners Program to award scholarships to prospective students. Secondary school counselors recommend applicants for this scholarship. These scholarships are renewable with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Job Corps Scholarship The Job Corps Scholarship is available to prospective students who meet the general admission requirements of Lincoln College of New England and have completed a Job Corps program. This scholarship is renewable each year with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Success Scholarship This one-time, non-renewable scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate a solid commitment toward education and a high level of responsiveness in completing the admissions process. Qualifying students are those who, upon acceptance into the College, successfully complete within 10 working days from the date on the letter of acceptance, all necessary admission and financial aid paperwork. Lincoln College of New England Grant The Lincoln College of New England Grant is available to students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. Priority is given to Federal Pell Grant recipients. Awards may be renewed for a second academic year based on financial need and satisfactory academic progress. Refer to the section on Satisfactory Academic Progress for more information. Hospital/Healthcare Worker Scholarship Lincoln College of New England at times will work with area hospitals in offering an exclusive scholarship program. Hospitals and other healthcare agencies that offer tuition reimbursement programs, and have determined that this program of study is eligible for tuition reimbursement, will automatically allow their students to be eligible for a scholarship from Lincoln College of New England. The scholarship award amount will match up to $3,500 of a hospital s or other healthcare agency s tuition reimbursement per employee. Students will need to provide proof of tuition reimbursement eligibility, as well as the reimbursement amount, in order to be eligible for this scholarship. Connecticut State Financial Assistance Capitol Scholarship Program Capitol Scholarships are available to high school seniors or college undergraduates who rank in the top 20% of their high school class or have a combined SAT score of at least Applicants must be residents of Connecticut who have not earned a baccalaureate degree. Additionally, applicants must submit a FAFSA by February 15. Gear Up Scholarship Gear Up I and Gear Up II scholarships are available to low income students as determined by the FAFSA who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education. Students must be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant to qualify for the Gear Up award. Other State Scholarships Several states provide scholarship funds to their residents who attend colleges out of state. Students should contact their state s Department of Higher Education for information. 8

18 Federal Financial Assistance Federal Pell Grant Eligibility for Pell Grants is determined from the information students provide on the FAFSA. The Department of Education may select some recipients for verification of this information. These students must provide additional documentation to the Financial Aid Office to receive the funds. If the information reported on the FAFSA is different from the information in the verification documents the amount of the Federal Pell Grant may change. Federal Direct Loan Program The Direct Loan Program offers several low interest loans to students. The lender is the U.S. Department of Education rather than a bank or other financial institution (permitted under the Federal Family Education Loan Program). Loan eligibility and amounts are based on completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and may be completed online at Direct Subsidized Loans The amount a student may borrow per year is based on level of enrollment, financial need, and cost of attendance. Subsidized means the Federal Government pays the interest on the loan while a student is in school and during the six-month grace period after leaving school. Direct Unsubsidized Loans Independent students may borrow between $6,000 and $7,000 based on their level of enrollment and cost of attendance. Dependent students may borrow up to $2,000 per academic year. Unsubsidized means the student is responsible for paying the interest on the loan while in school and during the six-month grace period after leaving school. Direct PLUS Loans Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) is available to parents of dependent students who wish to borrow additional monies to cover the cost of their child s education or for additional education expenses not covered by other forms of financial aid. A credit check is required as part of the loan approval process and credit scores will be used when determining loan eligibility and loan amount. Students and parents must complete the FAFSA to be eligible for a PLUS Loan. AWARD PACKAGES AND DISBURSEMENTS Students are advised of grants and institutional scholarship amounts through award letters sent when financial aid processing has been completed. These awards are based on information from the FAFSA and may be estimates and therefore, subject to change. Federal and state awards are not final until the information on the FAFSA has been verified as accurate by the Financial Aid Office. Student and parents whose financial circumstances change are expected to notify the Financial Aid Office. When outside awards are received, the student is required to notify the Financial Aid Office to assure that these awards are credited to the student and to adjust need-based aid when mandated by federal or state law. If changes to financial aid awards are made, the student will be notified through a revised award letter. VERIFICATION On occasion, federal regulations and College policy require verification of information used to determine a student s eligibility for financial aid. Some students may be asked to provide documentation verifying income and the status of household members or other information reported on the FAFSA. If any requested information is not provided, the student will not qualify for financial aid. STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RESPONSIBILITIES In addition to the financial aid procedures at outlined above, it is the student s responsibility to: On a timely basis, complete all application forms accurately, with true and correct information on all documents used to determine aid eligibility Notify the Financial Aid Office promptly, and in writing, of any change in name, address, marital status, dependents, resources, course load, or changes in the number of family members attending college Respond promptly with true and correct information to any and all additional requests for information Comply with any request for repayment because of dropping a course and/or a change in status Maintain good academic standing and satisfactory progress (See section on Satisfactory Academic Progress for more information) Read and understand all forms signed Accept responsibility for the promissory note or any other agreements signed Know and comply with deadlines for application or re-application for aid REFUND POLICIES The student, parent, or legal guardian, in writing, may cancel the application for enrollment at any time within three business days after the day on which the application for enrollment is received by the Admission Office of Lincoln College of New England. Any payments remitted with the application for enrollment will be refunded, with the exception of the registration fee and deposit. The College reserves the right to change courses and programs at any time as it deems necessary. If Lincoln College of New England cancels a program prior to the beginning of classes and the applicant does not enroll in a different program, all fees and deposits paid, with the exception of the application fee, will be refunded. Overpayments in a student s account in relation to the application of Title IV Federal Funds will be refunded within 14 days of disbursement. Federal Regulations Regarding Refunds A refund is money a student receives due to a withdrawal, cancellation of enrollment or as a result of a TIV credit balance. Money that needs to be sent back to the Federal fund because of enrollment cancellation resulting in the institution having to perform an R2T4, is referred to as a return not a refund. 9

19 Federal Regulations Regarding Returns Federal regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education establish procedural guidelines applicable to the treatment of refunds whenever the affected student has been the recipient of financial assistance through any program authorized in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of These guidelines pertain to the Federal Pell Grant, the Federal College Work-Study, and the Direct Stafford Student Loan programs. In such cases, the regulations require that a portion of any refund be returned to the Title IV program. Further, if a student withdraws, the institution must determine if any cash disbursements of Title IV funds made directly to the student by the institution for non-instructional purposes are an overpayment that must be repaid to the Title IV Program. The College policy, developed to comply with the regulations, is available upon request from the Financial Aid Office. Return of Title IV Federal Student Aid* Federal regulations regarding repayment of Federal Financial Aid has changed the formula for calculating the amount of aid a STUDENT may retain when a STUDENT withdraws. STUDENTS who withdraw from all classes prior to completing more than 60% of an enrollment term will have their eligibility for Federal Aid recalculated based on the percentage of the term completed, which shall be calculated as follows: # of calendar days completed by student total # of calendar days in term The total number of calendar days in a term excludes any scheduled breaks of 5 days or more. Please note that students are responsible for any balance owed to Lincoln College of New England as a result of the repayment of Federal aid funds. If a student is entitled to a post-withdrawal loan disbursement, the borrower must respond to the school s notice of the intended disbursement within 14 days. Refunds will be processed and sent to the pupil no later than 30 days after the school determined withdrawal date. This can be found in their catalog addendum listed under the consumer information section All the programs are term credit hour programs. REESTABLISHING FINANCIAL AID ELIGIBILITY A student on financial aid suspension may regain eligibility only by taking actions that bring him/her into compliance with appropriate standards. Students that choose to remain enrolled without receiving Title IV aid may request a review of their academic record after any term in which they were on financial aid suspension to determine if they are able to attain appropriate measures to receive Title IV aid. 10

20 FEES AND EXPENSES Room and CHARGE Per Year Per Term Tuition Full-time On-Ground Programs (12 to 18 credits) $18,780 9,390 Part-time On-Ground Programs (up to 11 credits) 710 per credit Full-time Online Programs (12 to 18 credits) 1 16,700 8,350 Part-time Online Programs (up to 11 credits) per credit Excess Credit Fee (per credit over 18 credits per term) 710 per credit Board 2 Multi-Resident Housing 3 $4,400 2,200 Single-Resident Housing 3 6,400 3,200 Meal Plan A 50 points weekly * 1, Meal Plan B 100 points weekly * 3,200 1,600 Meal Plan C 150 points weekly * 4,800 2,400 Meal Plan D -25 points weekly * ,600 Fees 4 Student Fees for On-Ground Programs 5 $1, Registration Fee one-time fee Audit Fee 50 per credit Commencement Fee (billed during final term of enrollment) 150 one-time fee Dental Hygiene Clinical Fee- Year 2 2,500 1,250 Dental Hygiene Clinical Fee- Year 3 3,400 1,700 Dental Hygiene Instrumentation Fee- Year 2 (billed during fall term) A 3,600 one-time fee OTA Seminar Fee (billed during final program term) 200 per seminar Official Transcript Request Fee 10 per transcript 1 Online tuition includes all fees with the exception of the Registration Fee. The cost of textbooks are included with the tuition rate for online programs. 2 Residency fees are non-refundable after the Add/Drop period each term. Please see Academic Calendar for specific dates. 3 Should the Southington campus reach capacity, additional housing may be available in Hartford, CT. Different residency rates may apply. 4 All fees are non-refundable. 5 Student fees support technology, student activities, clubs and organizations, transportation/parking, accident fees, liability insurance and other services provided to students outside the classroom. 6 The Registration Fee is required with a payment of $25 (non-refundable) at the time of application and the remaining $100 may be included as part of Financial Aid. 7 Meal Plan D available only during summer terms. A Includes applicable sales tax * Meal plans are required for students residing in on-campus residency. Students residing off-campus may also participate in the College's meal plans. **A reduction in residency and meal plan rates may apply to 8-week terms. ADDITIONAL EXPENSES Textbooks, tools, supplies and uniforms for on-ground programs are not included in the fees and expenses above. Lab coats are required for all allied health laboratory classes (costs incurred by the student). Students in the dental programs are required to wear standard uniforms which are available for purchase through the Dental Studies Department. Fees for Dental Hygiene students uniforms are included in the Clinical Fee. REDUCED TUITION PROGRAMS Lincoln College of New England engages with the community to form partnerships often resulting in reduced tuition rates. In such cases, it is expected that students are members or a spouse/dependent of an organization member, enroll through those organizations, and maintain their membership/relationship through the duration of their enrollment. In all cases, proof of membership/relationship is required to obtain reduced tuition. Specific rates and disclosures related to those rates are included on the students enrollment application. PAYMENT OPTIONS AND TERMS Anticipated financial assistance (e.g. Federal Pell Grants, scholarships, student loans) will be deducted from annual costs in calculating the balance remaining under the chosen payment plan. The obligation to pay tuition, room and other fees is not modified by the election of a particular payment plan. Election of a payment plan does not alter the College s published refund policy. For additional information regarding payment plans, please speak to a Financial Aid staff member. 11

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