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1 Addendum SKU # Volume 1 Number 0 Westwood College Campuses Effective: 10/14/15 Information in this addendum augments or amends the Westwood College 2015 Academic Catalog and remains in effect until a subsequent addendum is published. Update - Page 12 Colorado Westwood College Denver South (DNS) 350 Blackhawk Street Aurora, CO Local: Located on the east side of the city in Aurora just off I-225 and 6th Avenue, this campus is convenient for students in Denver, Lakewood, Englewood, Littleton, Aurora, Parker, and other metro suburbs. Update Page 14 Health Information Technology (Anaheim, Atlanta Northlake, Atlanta Midtown and Denver North campuses) The Health Information Technology (AAS) program at the Atlanta Midtown campus is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). The program adheres to the standards established by CAHIIM, available in the Accreditation Handbook on the CAHIIM website at Georgia Westwood College Atlanta Midtown (ATM ) 231 Peachtree St NE, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA Local: Toll Free: The Atlanta campus is located in the heart of the city in the Peachtree Center Mall, near the center of the business and commercial districts. We are located on train and bus lines and are directly accessible from the main highways. This allows students easy access to professional opportunities and organizations, as well as cultural and sports destinations in the area. The Health Information technology programs at the Anaheim, Upland, Atlanta Northlake and Denver campuses are in Candidacy Status, pending accreditation review by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). CAHIIM 233 N. Michigan Avenue, 21st Floor Chicago, IL Phone: (312) If a student believes that the program is not in compliance with one or more of the standards, the student should discuss the situation with the program chairperson, and follow through, if necessary, with the student grievance procedure in the STUDENT SUPPORT section of the academic catalog. If a satisfactory resolution is not achieved, the student may contact CAHIIM directly at the address above. Page: 1 of 10

2 Course Title Corrections- Pages 32, 33, & 34 GRHD115 Image Editing Page 43 PARA105 Legal Research and Writing I Replace-Page 102: COMPLAINT/STUDENT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE Questions or concerns in the State of Colorado may be brought to the attention of: Director, Colorado Department of Higher Education Division of Private Occupational Schools 1560 Broadway, Suite 1600 Denver, CO Telephone: Website: Complaints or claims may be filed in writing with the Board within two (2) years after the student discontinues his/her training at the school, or at any time prior to the commencement of training. Add - Page 132 Textbooks Starting in August 2015, Westwood College will be transitioning to ebooks, with all classes making the full transition by August 2016 (with the exception of courses that do not have a book in an ebook format). Westwood College recommends that students using ebooks also purchase an ereader. ereader options are available through the Westwood College bookstore, or through a vendor of your choosing. Please refer to the technical requirements when purchasing a device on your own. Westwood College reserves the right to provide books to students in either a physical or ebook format. Note that ereaders are not to be used as a mode of online learning. To take an online course, students must meet the Minimum System Requirements outlined in the catalog. Add -Page 132 Student Resource and Transportation Fees The student resource fee supports the program related software that is available in the computer labs at each campus and for technology infrastructure available to students (including student , wifi on campus, electronic library resources, and access to the printers on campus). The fee also helps to fund activities for students such as school events, job fairs, and special services. At some campuses the fee may include the cost of transportation and/or parking for students attending school full-time. Update Policy -Pages Scholarships (See Policy on Addendum Pages Update Page 136 Westwood College is no longer participating in the Imagine America scholarship programs. This includes the high school and Military Award Program (MAP). Change Course Prerequisite Page 149 AUTO 161 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Prerequisite: None Change Course Prerequisite - Page 152 CNMT140 Contruction Documents and Graphics Prerequisite: None Change Course Prerequisite - Page 153 CNMT421 Productivity and Cost Control Prerequisite(s): CNMT250 Change Course Prerequisite Page 158 DENT 130 DENTAL RADIOLOGY I Prerequisite: DENT110 Change Course Prerequisite Page 158 DENT 150 DENTAL SPECIALTIES I Prerequisite: DENT110 Change Course Prerequisite Page 159 DENT 275 DENTAL ASSISTING EXTERNSHIP I Prerequisite: DENT140, DENT200 Change Course Prerequisite Page 159 DENT 299 DENTAL ASSISTING EXTERNSHIP II Prerequisite: DENT160, DENT275 Change Course Prerequiste- Page 177 MGMT330 Managerial Communications Prerequisite: ENGL121 Update- Page 192 Master of Business Administration Note: This program is offered at the Los Angeles and Online campuses only. Page: 2 of 10

3 Scholarships High School Scholarship Program The High School Scholarship program is intended to recognize motivated high school seniors and to encourage their pursuit of advanced career-focused higher education in the field of their choice. There are three high school scholarship categories: President s Scholarship: One award towards an associate degree or diploma program for full tuition, fees and books Dean s Scholarship: Five awards for $5,000 towards an associate degree program or $2,500 towards a diploma program Preparation for Success Award: An award of $1,000 towards an associate degree program or $500 towards a diploma program for all eligible students Terms and Conditions Must be a 2016 high school senior and a California resident Must be enrolled in a Westwood College degree or diploma program attending during the 2016 school year (certificate programs are not eligible) Must meet all admissions requirements to Westwood College as outlined in the current college catalog The student must be continuously enrolled full-time at Westwood College. Should the student drop, take a leave of absence, or graduate from his/her Westwood College program, the scholarship will no longer be awarded Online programs and employee/family tuition waivers are not eligible Preparation for Success Award Application Requirements 1. The student must submit the application by the due date and meet the following requirements: A. Must attend a College Readiness/Scholarship Workshop Event at the campus B. Begin the application process at the event C. Complete the College s entrance assessment prior to the event 2. All information requested on the scholarship application must be complete and legible. Students must sign the application, and an address is required for notification of receipt President s and Dean s Scholarship Application Requirements 1. Must meet all requirements for the Preparation for Success Award 2. Submit most current available high school transcript at the time of application and must state the student s current cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher 3. Submit a completed letter of intent, as introduced to the student by his/her admissions representative at the time of application 4. Submit a word typed essay written by the applicant explaining the reasons for pursuing a career-focused education at the College Submission Procedure All materials and supplementary documents must be submitted together in one envelope with copies kept by the applicant. Incomplete application packets will not be accepted. The envelope must be received by the scholarship administrator on or before the submission deadline of July 15 th, Distribution Page: 3 of 10

4 1. For a student to be eligible for any of the high school scholarship disbursements, he/she must complete at least 60 percent of the term of study with a GPA of 2.5 or higher for each term of disbursement. 2. If a student withdraws after the 60 percent timeframe, he/she will receive a pro-rated amount of the scholarship based on the percentage of tuition charged pursuant to the refund policy outlined in the college catalog. 3. Scholarships and awards are distributed in equal amounts over the number of terms scheduled for the program Westwood College Matching Scholarship The Westwood College Matching Scholarship program exists to encourage students to take control of financing their education by seeking out and earning third-party scholarships. Terms and Conditions Qualifying scholarships must be publicly advertised and available to a broad audience Scholarships funded by Westwood College, CACCS scholarships in Colorado, or created by an industry partner are not eligible for the Westwood Matching scholarship Any benefits from current or past employment (e.g., tuition reimbursement) are exempt from the Westwood Matching Scholarship program The amount of the Westwood College Matching Scholarship will be added to a student s total income in calculating financial aid awards and may lower the amount of a financial aid award, i.e., loan eligibility or Pell grants The student must be continuously enrolled full-time at Westwood College. Should the student drop, take a leave of absence, or graduate from his/her Westwood College program, the scholarship will no longer be awarded Employee and family tuition waivers are not eligible Submission Procedure 1. Students must submit their scholarship application and award letter to the student finance office in order to be eligible for the matching funds 2. The scholarship letter must describe how the scholarship will be awarded, i.e., total payment upon enrollment, by academic year, calendar year, other. 3. To receive matching funds, a student must be in good academic standing (not on Satisfactory Academic Progress) as described in the Admissions section of the academic catalog. Distribution 1. If a student falls to less than full-time status due to classes not being available, the Matching Scholarship will be maintained. If a student falls to less than full-time status due to his/her own scheduling choice, the Matching Scholarship will not be maintained. 2. For a student to be eligible for Matching Scholarship disbursements, he/she must complete at least 60 percent of the term of study with a GPA of 2.5 or higher for each term of disbursement. 3. If a student withdraws after the 60 percent timeframe, he/she will receive a pro-rated amount of the scholarship based on the percentage of tuition charged pursuant to the refund policy outlined in the college catalog. 4. Scholarships and awards are distributed in equal amounts over the number of terms scheduled for the program up to $1,100 per academic term/payment period* and up to $5,500 in total matching funds for the life of a program Page: 4 of 10

5 *The academic year equals 30 weeks and 36 credits. If the third-party scholarship completely covers an academic year s cost of attendance, the Westwood Matching Scholarship annual award will carry over to the following academic year. The Westwood College Ready for More Scholarship The Westwood College Ready for More scholarship rewards students who take control of their future through dedicated career planning and action. The scholarship is awarded in varying amounts throughout the system. Terms and Conditions Must be a current student enrolled in a Westwood College degree program (diploma programs and certificate programs are not eligible) The student must have completed a minimum of three terms at Westwood before the application deadline Students must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher before the application deadline The student must be continuously enrolled full-time at Westwood College. Should the student drop, take a leave of absence, or graduate from his/her Westwood College program, the scholarship will no longer be awarded Employee and family tuition waivers are not eligible Submission Procedure Submit the required essays relating to the student s career plans as outlined on the application The deadline for the application will be posted during the March term each year Distribution 1. For a student to be eligible for school scholarship disbursement, he/she must complete at least 60 percent of the term of study with a GPA of 2.5 or higher for each term of disbursement. 2. If a student withdraws after the 60 percent timeframe, he/she will receive a pro-rated amount of the scholarship based on the percentage of tuition charged pursuant to the refund policy outlined in the college catalog. 3. Scholarships and awards are distributed in equal amounts over the number of terms remaining for the program Page: 5 of 10

6 FINANCIAL INFORMATION CAP Virginia Campuses EFFECTIVE: 1/7/2015 Information in this addendum augments or amends the Westwood College 2015 Academic Catalog (Virginia campuses only) and remains in effect until a subsequent addendum is published. FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND CHARGES EFFECTIVE FOR THE JANUARY 2015 TERM TUITION AND CHARGES Resource Fee: $100 OTHER CHARGES Copy of record (per page): $1 Returned Check (NSF): $25 Past Due Payment: $15 Proficiency Exam: $20 Continuing Student Late Registration Fee: $50 UNDERGRADUATE TUITION INFORMATION BY SCHOOL Tuition Per Term Overload Full-Time 3/4 Time 1/2 Time < 1/2 Time Credits Term per course 12 or more credit credit Less than 6 > 16 credit credit hours hours hours credit hours hours School of Business Business Administration 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Business Administration: Major in Accounting 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Business Administration: Major in Healthcare Management 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Business Administration: Major in Human Resources 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Management Business Administration: Major in Management 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Business Administration: Major in Project Management 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Construction Management - Associate 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 Construction Management - Bachelor 15JAN $5,204 $3,471 $2,498 $1,738 $1,301 School of Design Computer Aided Design - Architectural Drafting 15JAN $5,481 $3,656 $2,631 $1,831 $1,370 Graphic Design 15JAN $5,754 $3,837 $2,761 $1,921 $1,438 Graphic Design: Major in Animation 15JAN $5,480 $3,655 $2,630 $1,830 $1,370 Graphic Design: Major in Game Art 15JAN $5,480 $3,655 $2,630 $1,830 $1,370 Graphic Design: Major in Visual Communications 15JAN $5,480 $3,655 $2,630 $1,830 $1,370 Interior Design 15JAN $5,480 $3,655 $2,630 $1,830 $1,370 School of Justice Criminal Justice - Associate 15JAN $5,531 $3,689 $2,655 $1,847 $1,383 Criminal Justice: Major in Administration 15JAN $5,531 $3,689 $2,655 $1,847 $1,383 Criminal Justice: Major in Investigations 15JAN $5,531 $3,689 $2,655 $1,847 $1,383 School of Healthcare Dental Assisting 15JAN $4,271 $2,849 $2,050 $1,426 $1,068 School of Technology Health Information Technology 15JAN $5,037 $3,360 $2,418 $1,682 $1,259 Healthcare Office Administration 15JAN $5,037 $3,360 $2,418 $1,682 $1,259 Medical Assisting - Associate 15JAN $5,037 $3,360 $2,418 $1,682 $1,259 Medical Assisting - Diploma 15JAN $5,037 $3,360 $2,418 $1,682 $1,259 Medical Office Management 15JAN $5,037 $3,360 $2,418 $1,682 $1,259 Electronics Technology 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 Information and Network Technologies 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 Information and Network Technologies: Major in CISCO 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 Network Systems Information and Network Technologies: Major in Computer 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 Forensics Information and Network Technologies: Major in Network 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 Management Information and Network Technologies: Major in Systems 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 Security Information Technology - AOS 15JAN $4,975 $3,318 $2,388 $1,662 $1,244 GRADUATE TUITION INFORMATION BY SCHOOL 2015 Virginia Academic Catalog - Volume 1, Number 1 Page: 6 of 10

7 FINANCIAL INFORMATION CAP Virginia Campuses EFFECTIVE: 1/7/2015 Information in this addendum augments or amends the Westwood College 2015 Academic Catalog (Virginia campuses only) and remains in effect until a subsequent addendum is published. Tools by Program Area Term Computer Aided Design - Architectural Drafting 15JAN $200 Dental Assisting 15JAN $900 Electronics Technology 15JAN $420 Graphic Design 15JAN $250 Graphic Design: Major in Animation 15JAN $250 Graphic Design: Major in Game Art 15JAN $250 Graphic Design: Major in Visual Communications 15JAN $250 Interior Design 15JAN $225 Medical Assisting - Associate 15JAN $250 Medical Assisting - Diploma 15JAN $250 OTHER INFORMATION - Tuition and fee costs do not include testing costs for Novell, Microsoft, or any other certification tests. Those costs are the responsibility of the student. - Westwood College is not an authorized Microsoft MCSE or Novell center. - All listed charges are mandatory if the service is requested. - Any parking charges are the responsibility of the student. - Tool kits subject to sales tax, if applicable. - Book range does not include fees for shipping and sales tax. - Book costs in any given term can fall above or below the range depending on courses taken Virginia Academic Catalog - Volume 1, Number 1 Page: 7 of 10

8 FINANCIAL INFORMATION CAP Virginia Campuses EFFECTIVE: 1/7/2015 Information in this addendum augments or amends the Westwood College 2015 Academic Catalog (Virginia campuses only) and remains in effect until a subsequent addendum is published. TUITION AND FEES BY PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN A FULL-TIME SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2015 TERM Note: The following fees are included in Total Tuition & Fees, except for prior Westwood graduates: Resource Fee: $100 p/term Campus Program Term Credential VAA Number of Terms Tuition p/term Resource Fee p/term Total Tuition and Fees Estimated Cost of Software Estimated Cost of Books p/term School of Business Business Administration 15JAN AAS 7 $5,204 $100 $37,128 $503 $40,649 Business Administration: Major in Accounting 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $509 $81,382 Business Administration: Major in Healthcare 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $479 $80,962 Management Business Administration: Major in Human 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $522 $81,564 Resources Management Business Administration: Major in Management 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $494 $81,172 Business Administration: Major in Project 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $478 $80,948 Management Construction Management - Associate 15JAN AAS 7 $5,204 $100 $37,128 $456 $40,320 Construction Management - Bachelor 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $450 $80,556 School of Design Computer Aided Design - Architectural Drafting 15JAN AAS 7 $5,481 $100 $39,267 $427 $42,256 Graphic Design 15JAN AAS 7 $5,754 $100 $41,228 $335 $43,573 Graphic Design: Major in Animation 15JAN BS 14 $5,480 $100 $78,370 $328 $82,962 Graphic Design: Major in Visual Communications 15JAN BS 14 $5,480 $100 $78,370 $336 $83,074 Interior Design 15JAN BS 14 $5,480 $100 $78,345 $458 $84,757 School of Healthcare Health Information Technology 15JAN AAS 8 $5,037 $100 $41,096 $475 $44,896 Medical Assisting - Associate 15JAN AAS 7 $5,037 $100 $36,209 $348 $38,645 Medical Assisting - Diploma 15JAN DIP 5 $5,037 $100 $25,935 $353 $27,700 Medical Office Management 15JAN AAS 7 $5,037 $100 $35,959 $565 $39,914 School of Justice Criminal Justice - Associate 15JAN AAS 7 $5,531 $100 $39,417 $536 $43,169 Criminal Justice: Major in Administration 15JAN BS 14 $5,531 $100 $78,834 $458 $85,246 Criminal Justice: Major in Investigations 15JAN BS 14 $5,531 $100 $78,834 $465 $85,344 School of Technology Electronics Technology 15JAN AOST 7 $4,975 $100 $35,945 $492 $39,389 Information and Network Technologies 15JAN AAS 7 $4,975 $100 $35,525 $461 $38,752 Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $381 $76,384 CISCO Network Systems Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $417 $76,888 Computer Forensics Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $421 $76,944 Network Management Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $423 $76,972 Systems Security Information Technology - AOS 15JAN AOST 7 $4,975 $100 $35,525 $437 $38,584 Grand Total VAB School of Business Business Administration 15JAN AAS 7 $5,204 $100 $37,128 $503 $40,649 Business Administration: Major in Accounting 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $509 $81,382 Business Administration: Major in Healthcare 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $479 $80,962 Management Business Administration: Major in Management 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $494 $81,172 Construction Management - Associate 15JAN AAS 7 $5,204 $100 $37,128 $456 $40,320 Construction Management - Bachelor 15JAN BS 14 $5,204 $100 $74,256 $450 $80,556 School of Design Graphic Design 15JAN AAS 7 $5,754 $100 $41,228 $335 $43,573 Graphic Design: Major in Animation 15JAN BS 14 $5,480 $100 $78,370 $328 $82,962 Graphic Design: Major in Game Art 15JAN BS 14 $5,480 $100 $78,370 $325 $82,920 Graphic Design: Major in Visual Communications 15JAN BS 14 $5,480 $100 $78,370 $336 $83,074 School of Healthcare Health Information Technology 15JAN AAS 8 $5,037 $100 $41,096 $475 $44,896 Medical Assisting - Associate 15JAN AAS 7 $5,037 $100 $36,209 $348 $38,645 Medical Assisting - Diploma 15JAN DIP 5 $5,037 $100 $25,935 $353 $27,700 School of Justice Criminal Justice - Associate 15JAN AAS 7 $5,531 $100 $39,417 $536 $43,169 Criminal Justice: Major in Administration 15JAN BS 14 $5,531 $100 $78,834 $458 $85,246 Criminal Justice: Major in Investigations 15JAN BS 14 $5,531 $100 $78,834 $465 $85,344 School of Technology Electronics Technology 15JAN AOST 7 $4,975 $100 $35,945 $492 $39,389 Information and Network Technologies 15JAN AAS 7 $4,975 $100 $35,525 $461 $38, Virginia Academic Catalog - Volume 1, Number 1 Page: 8 of 10

9 FINANCIAL INFORMATION CAP Virginia Campuses EFFECTIVE: 1/7/2015 Information in this addendum augments or amends the Westwood College 2015 Academic Catalog (Virginia campuses only) and remains in effect until a subsequent addendum is published. TUITION AND FEES BY PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN A FULL-TIME SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2015 TERM Note: The following fees are included in Total Tuition & Fees, except for prior Westwood graduates: Resource Fee: $100 p/term Total Campus Program Term Credential Number of Terms Tuition p/term Resource Fee p/term Tuition and Fees Estimated Cost of Software Estimated Cost of Books p/term Grand Total Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $417 $76,888 Computer Forensics Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $421 $76,944 Network Management Information and Network Technologies: Major in 15JAN BS 14 $4,975 $100 $71,050 $423 $76,972 Systems Security Information Technology - AOS 15JAN AOST 7 $4,975 $100 $35,525 $437 $38,584 CREDENTIAL ABBREVIATIONS: Associate of Applied Science Associate of Occupational Studies Bachelor of Science Diploma AAS AOST BS DIP CAMPUS ABBREVIATIONS: Westwood College: Annandale, VA Annandale Campus Westwood College: Arlington, VA Arlington-Ballston Campus VAA VAB 2015 Virginia Academic Catalog - Volume 1, Number 1 Page: 9 of 10

10 APEX INTEREST RATE & FEES Interest Rates Starting interest rate will be 0% 6.00% This is the Interest Rate that will apply until 90 days after a student leaves school. This is the Interest Rate during the life of the credit transaction, and will apply beginning 91 days after a student leaves school. Interest rates are fixed. Loan Fees Late Charge $15 Returned Check Charge $25 Loan Cost Example The total amount a student will pay for this financing will vary depending upon the number of months the student is in school and the repayment period after the student leaves school. The repayment period will depend on a number of factors, including the amount financed. Students will begin making monthly payments on the first day of the second month after the beginning of the academic term for which financing is provided. There is no period during which payments can be deferred. Number and Amount of Monthly Payments Amount of Credits Provided by School Interest Rate (Interest at 6% begins 91 days after student leaves school) Term of the Credit Transaction Total Paid over the Term of the Credits 20 payments of $75 $8, % 11 years, eight months $10, payments of $ % Payments start 120 days after leaving school Annual Percentage Rate (APR): 6% Total Finance Charges: $2, Eligibility Criteria Must be 18 years or older at time of application Must be eligible for federal student aid Must apply for and accept all available forms of federal student education loans APEX TILA 1a (rev.08/13) Page: 10 of 10

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