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Leave of Absence

A leave of absence (LOA) may be granted in the case of extenuating circumstances that may require students to interrupt their education. The LOA must be requested by the student and approved by the College, in accordance with the College’s LOA procedure.

Examples of extenuating circumstances that may qualify a student for LOA include:

  • military duty;
  • serious injury or illness of a student that prevents the student from attending school;
  • serious injury or illness of a family member that prevents the student from attending school;
  • death in the immediate family;
  • maternity;
  • jury duty; or
  • extenuating circumstances as approved by the College’s Campus Director.

 

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