Our Distance Education Division is Pending for Approval, We Apologize For The Inconvenience
Infotech has a variety of programs to fit a quality education into the student’s schedule.
Students receive individualized attention and support. Instructors at Infotech Career College will demand the same quality of work and the same number of hours as required in the traditional classroom curriculum
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Distance Education Academics and Admissions
InfoTech Career College prepares students to achieve their future goals in the chosen field of professional career in accordance with the following objectives:
- To provide an excellent academic and professional preparation of students for career in their chosen field of specialization.
- To assist in development and maintenance of high standards of achievement for students.
- To provide necessary encouragement of critical thinking that is essential in the professional world.
To assist students in achieving these objectives, InfoTech has established a professional environment consisting of:
- A faculty of highly educated & experienced professionals possessing extensive knowledge, skills, experience and concern for student achievement and success;
- Hands-on training on modern equipment used in a professional workplace-stimulated environment;
- A curriculum devoted to career related subjects that combines theoretical education with hands-on training, thereby enabling students to acquire knowledge and skills in variety of career programs that are in strong demand by employers;
- A career services department dedicated to assisting graduates in obtaining employment in the fields of their profession;
- Attendance, behavioral and dress code policies designed to emulate a majority of professional attitude which will prepare students for professional success in the job market.
The enrollment process for a student enrolled in distance education courses are equivalent to the procedures used for traditional classroom course. All policies and procedures pertaining to registration, drop/add, withdrawal, etc. are applicable to distance education courses.
Academic Standards for Distance Education
- All distance education courses offered by Infotech Career College will offer the same quality, standards, and rigor as Infotech Career College face-to-face courses, and will be consistent with the misson of the college.
- When a course is delivered through distance education, it will carry the same course number, title, and credit as other traditional sections of that course at Infotech Career College.
- All distance education courses must provide communication and feedback between students and faculty member(s) teaching the course.
- Each distance education course must include an assessment of that delivery mode in its procedures for monitoring and assessing student performance.
- Each student enrolled in a distance education course shall have access to all the traditional academic support services, instructional equipment, and campus events and other non-academic activities that Infotech Career College provides to other students. Support services may include but are not limited to academic advising, counseling, library services, bookstore and other learning resources, computer access, tutoring services, and financial aid.
- To be in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, all programs, services, and activities offered by Infotech Career College must be accessible to and usable by person with documented disabilities who have met the technical and academic standards for admission.
InfoTech Career College’s attendance policy is designed to ensure that students maintain satisfactory academic progress in all of the courses required in their program of study. Students are expected to attend all classes, be on time to classes, remain in class for the entire duration of the class, and be an active participant in their classes.
A 24 hour response time is available, please call toll free: (888)804-1239 or (562)804-1239.
Contact your instructor
To contact your instructor call (562) 679-1140 Ext 130.
Student Grievance Policy and Procedures
A grievance procedure is available to any student who believes that a grade has been erroneously awarded, who feels that an action to place him or her on probation or suspension is unwarranted or who believes that a Centre decision or action has adversely affected his or her student status, or rights and privileges. The purpose of this procedure is to provide a prompt and equitable process for resolving student grievances. Many questions or concerns that students have can be resolved simply through discussion. Students with concerns should observe the following steps in seeking problem resolution:
- Communicate with the appropriate faculty or staff member and identify the issue;
- Communicate with your academic advisor or student services representative;
- Communicate with the program director;
- Unresolved concerns can be appealed to the Director. The Director has the responsibility of reaching a decision that balances the both the interests of the student and of the Department of Distance Education. Students with grievances should first complete a written statement. All concerns must be put in writing and submitted to the Director. Grievances shall be submitted within 15 days of the action in question. The Director will review the grievance with all parties concerned and will issue a decision. The decision of the Director is final. The Director’s actions may include approval or denial of the petition, change in grade, removal from probationary status, or reinstatement in cases of suspension.