The Campus Director or School Administrator is here to help students solve academic-related problems and make academic progress in their studies. They can recommend relevant courses to support students’ educational needs and plans, or help formulate appropriate schedules, evaluate academic progress, and help with problems concerning teachers or classes. The Campus Director or School Administrator can also discuss decision-making skills and self-evaluation strategies with students, inform them of internal and external resources available, explain school and governmental policies that affect students, help them make better decisions about their academic future, and provide overall help and support.
All coursework will be given a numerical grade, using the following scale:
A record of each class work and homework submitted may be found on the school website. Students and lecturers may log in to the secure site to access grades.
Students will receive their grades or progress reports by email. It is the responsibility of the students to ensure that the institution has a current email address.
Students who require a copy of their grades may submit that request to the Campus Director. The school will not release academic reports by telephone or to third parties.
LINXERVE seeks to maintain an environment where students have the following rights as it pertains to:
Academic and Administrative Policies whereby students can expect academic and administrative policies that support intellectual inquiry, learning and growth.
Due Process whereby students can expect due process for alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct. Due process includes reasonable notice of potentially adverse actions and an opportunity to be heard.
Education whereby students have access to quality faculty, academic technology, classrooms, online libraries, presentations and other resources necessary for the learning process.
Educational Resources whereby students can access high quality resources which support intellectual and social development.
Freedom of Expression whereby students can freely examine and exchange diverse ideas in an orderly manner inside and outside the classroom.
Freedom of Association whereby students can associate freely with other individuals, groups of individuals and organizations for purposes which do not infringe on the rights of others.
Freedom from Discrimination whereby students can expect to participate fully in the Institute without discrimination as defined by federal and state law and Institute regulations.
Grievance Process whereby students can access established procedures for respectfully presenting and addressing their concerns or complaints to the Institution.
Learning Beyond Formal Instruction whereby students can access a variety of activities beyond the classroom which support intellectual and personal development.
Participation whereby students have the right to participate or be represented by peers in influencing the Institution’s policies that affect them.
Personal Growth whereby students can study in a setting that fosters personal growth.
Privacy whereby students are free of unreasonable intrusions into personal records and/or matters relevant to their identity and well-being.
Professional Responses from Administration whereby students can expect timely and courteous responses from the Institution’s academic and administrative departments.
Safe Environment whereby students can function in their daily activities without unreasonable concerns for personal safety.
LINXERVE Academy does not accept transfer credits for course work completed at other institutions. Programs completed at LINXERVE Academy are not transferable to another institution.
Students who have worked in a field for more than 3 years can get credit for a first term course that is in a certification program or be encouraged to take a more appropriate program comparable to their certification.
Students seeking readmission to the school must submit an application to the Campus Director for review by the Administration. Students applications are considered on a case-by-case basis by the administration and must present compelling evidence of success, both in terms of academic and social conduct
A student so dismissed for academic reasons may be readmitted upon formal application to administration. Such an application should give evidence of promise to complete his/her program. If the application is approved, readmission will be probationary for a period of one semester only. Upon failure of another class the student will be dismissed for a second time; a second dismissal will be final and no application for readmission will be entertained. Any student who is readmitted will fall under the General Academic Requirements of the incoming class.
Late work is generally not accepted unless a class-wide extension is given. If you believe you will need extra time, please make your request prior to the deadline. Not all requests for extensions will be honored.
All courses within the program requires students to successfully complete program with a 70% cumulative average or higher. The stand-alone courses require that students successfully complete courses with a 60% or higher grade. Students are encouraged to participate in exam preparations review programs in class and outside.
Students that have a complaint or grievance are required to complete a grievance form and submit it to Administration. Upon receipt of the complaint or grievance, the student shall be contacted by Administration within 2 business days. Grievance form is available at the Front Desk and on the company’s website: www.linxerveacdemy.com
If a student is not satisfied with the outcome of any decision made by the LINXERVE Academy governing body, the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) is a student’s last resort in the grievance process. Students can mail their grievances to the following address:
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, 101. N. 14TH Street. 10th Floor, James Monroe Building. Richmond VA.23219 or call 1-804 225 2600 for support and assistance.
Student(s) have the right to contact the Campus Director to complain or submit a grievance without fear of retaliation and without being subjected to unfair action and/or treatment by any school official as a result of the initiation of a complaint.