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Posts Categorized: General University Policies
Military Family This discount was created to honor the families of veteran and active duty United States military service members seeking credit hour degree or certificate programs. ABTU recognizes U.S. military members’ spouse and dependents with a discount covering up to 25% of the student’s cost of tuition and course materials. Spouses and dependents are… Read more »
Purpose The purpose of this policy is to guide the admission, enrollment and course selection processes for students enrolling in a la carte course(s) outside of an already existing ABTU program. Due to the professional and skill oriented nature of ABTU courses, students may occasionally elect to enroll in a single course, or collection of… Read more »
Purpose American Business & Technology University has identified select undergraduate courses as eligible for dual-enrollment, which may be taken by eligible high school juniors and seniors. Dual-enrollment is defined as allowing eligible high school students to take college level courses for credit, while still attending high school, allowing the student to save time and… Read more »
Non-Credit Course Policy – NCC-PL-0515 Introduction The guidelines set forth in this policy govern the activities and requirements of students who are enrolled in ABTU non-credit courses and tracks. ABTU non-credit courses are self-guided modules that contain click through audio and video lectures and demonstrations. These courses are intended for professional development and continuing… Read more »
Tech Support Usage ABTU provides resources and trained personnel to assist students with minor technical support issues, as they pertain to the student’s coursework and material. Students may request technical support through multiple avenues, including LiveChat, Ticketing System, or contacting their Instructor, or Success Coordinator by phone or email. ABTU Success Coordinators are limited to supporting… Read more »
Unusual Enrollment History With the introduction of a new Unusual Enrollment History Flag on ISIRs beginning with the 2013-14 award year, ABTU will be closely monitoring students with a “C” code on their ISIRs with a value of “2” or “3.” ABTU will strictly adhere to the guidelines established by the Department of Education to… Read more »
Policies for Professional Judgment A financial aid professional may exercise professional judgment and change elements in the federal need analysis to account for circumstances that he/she feels have not been adequately considered in the original FAFSA. Instructions to Students/Parents: All requests for the execution of professional judgment must: Be initiated by a letter from the… Read more »
ABTU endorses the efforts of health professionals and the Centers for Disease Control in protecting the health interests of the American public. However, due to the fact that ABTU only provides education via the internet, we do not require students to provide proof of vaccinations.
A conviction for any drug offense, during a period of enrollment for which the student was receiving Title IV, HEA program funds, under any federal or state law involving the possession or sale of illegal drugs will result in the loss of eligibility for any Title IV, HEA grant, loan, or work-study assistance. For additional… Read more »