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Ridley-Lowell

Business & Technical Institute

116 Front Street

Binghamton, NY 13905

607.724.2941


2 Court Street

Binghamton, NY 13901

607.724.2941


www.ridley.edu


VOLUME XIV

This catalog shall go into effect on the issue

date (3/23/15) and shall replace all previous versions.

Table of Contents


ADMINISTRATION 9

BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY 10

COSMETOLOGY SCHOOL FACULTY 12

DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSONS 13

INTRODUCTION 14

President’s Message 15

Mission Statement 15

History 15

Facilities 16

Statement of Ownership 16

Professional Affiliations 16

Accreditation, Licensure & Approval 16

Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and School 16

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs 17

Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision 17

Veteran Affairs 17

Catalog Disclosure 17

Admissions Requirements 18

Late Enrollment 18

Re-Entering Students 18

International Students 18

Application Process 19

Full-Time Admission 19

Rights Reserved 19

STUDENT SERVICES 20

Orientation 20

Registrar 20

Requesting Student Records 20

Updating or Altering Student Records 21

Name changes 21

Personal Property 21

Parking 21

Housing 21

Accommodative Services 22

Health Care Services 23

Veteran Services 23

Career Services 23

Refresher Courses 24

Student Rights and Responsibilities 24

What is the purpose of this section? 24

Who can file a complaint? 25

What can a student or employee complain about? 25

How can a complaint be filed by a student or employee? 25

What is the Tuition Reimbursement Fund? 26

What should students know about “private school agents”? 26

What should students know about “grants and guaranteed student loans”? 27

Where can students file a complaint, file a claim to the tuition reimbursement fund, or get additional information? 27

Graduation 28

Enrollment, Completion Rate, 29

And Placement 29

Medical Assistant 29

Enrollment Completion Rate, and Placement 29

July 1, 2013 — June 30, 2014 29

Medical Administrative Assistant 30

Enrollment Completion Rate, and Placement 30

July 1, 2013 — June 30, 2014 30

Networking & Technical Support Specialist 33

Enrollment, Completion Rate, and Placement 33

July 1, 2013 — June 30, 2014 33

Cosmetology 34

Enrollment, Completion Rate, and Placement 34

July 1, 2013 — June 30, 2014 34

Evening Medical Assistant 36

Enrollment, Completion Rate, and Placement 36

July 1, 2013 — June 30, 2014 36

Evening Medical Administrative Assistant 38

Enrollment, Completion Rate, and Placement 38

July 1, 2013 — June 30, 2014 38

Academic Advising 40

40


Tutoring 40

40


Academic Technology and eLearning 40

Library 40

ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND POLICIES 42

Clock Hours 42

Attendance and Tardiness 42

Make-up 42

Attendance Warning 42

Leave of Absence 42

Course Withdrawal and Addition 43

Withdrawal from School 43

Involuntary Suspension or Dismissal 44

Voluntary Leave 44

Reinstatement 44

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) 44

NOTIFICATION RIGHTS UNDER FERPA 45

FOR POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS 45

Emergency Contact 46

Smoking 46

Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity 47

Conduct Policy 47

Alcohol and Drug Policy 47

Anti-Harassment Policy 48

Grievance Policy 48

Appeal Policy 50

Dress Code Policy 50

Electronic Usage and Copyright Infringement Policy 51

Grade Point Average 52

Grading System 52

Academic Progress 52

Minimum Standards of Academic Progress 53

Program Length 53

Incompletes 53

Failing Grades 53

Repeating Courses 53

Academic Probation 54

Academic Appeal 54

Grade Discrepancies 54

Academic Integrity 54

Academic Honors 55

Extended Enrollment Status 55

Completer Status 55

Course Changes 55

Substitution of Courses 55

Program Change / Additional Credential 55

Transfer Credit 56

Diplomas Awarded 56

Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid 58

Tuition Payment 58

Tuition Refund 58

Return of Title IV Funds 59

Financing Your Education 60

Purpose of Financial Aid 60

Meeting Financial Need 60

Applying for Financial Aid 60

Federal Aid Programs 61

Pell Grants 61

Loans 61

Scholarships 62

Other Government Sources of Aid 62

Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress 62

DAY CURRICULA 64

EVENING CURRICULA 65

PROGRAMS OF STUDY 66

Cosmetology 66

Electrical System Technician 66

Esthetics 68

Medical Administrative Assistant 68

Medical Assistant 69

Networking and Technical Support Specialist 70

Course Descriptions 72

BU101 Business Math 72

BU109 Business English 72

BU111 Business Speaking 72

CAP100 Word Processing Fundamentals 73

CAP110 Text Editing 73

COS101 Professional Skills 73

COS103 Anatomy and Physiology 73

COS104 Hair Analysis 73

COS105 Hair and Scalp Disorders and Diseases 74

COS107 Shampoos, Rinses, Conditioners and Treatments 74

COS108 Hair Cutting and Shaping 74

COS109 Hair Styling 75

COS110 Chemical Restructuring 75

COS111 Hair Coloring and Lightening 75

COS112 Nail Care and Procedures 75

COS113 Skin Care and Procedures 75

DP115 Spreadsheets 76

EL100 Introduction To Electricity 76

EL101 Math For Electricians 76

EL102: Electricity Essentials 76

EL105: National Electrical Code (Provisions) 77

EL110: Residential Wiring 77

EL111: Commercial Wiring 77

EL112: Low Voltage Wiring 77

EL115: National Electrical Code (Dwellings) 78

EL120: Industrial Wiring 78

EL121: Motor Controls 78

EL122: Conductors And Wiring Devices 78

EL125: National Electrical Code (Commercial) 79

EL128 Internship 79

ES101 Orientation 4 Clock Hours Prerequisite: None 79

ES104 Anatomy, Physiology & Nutrition 80

ES106 Superfluous Hair 24 Clock Hours 80

ES107 Chemistry 3 Clock Hours 80

ES108 Chemistry Applied To Cosmetics 81

ES109 Electricity And Machines 81

ES110 Facial Treatments 81

239 Clock Hours Prerequisite: ES106 81

ES111 Body Procedures 81

ES113 Business Practices 82

ES114 Job Skills 82

The student will develop the skills necessary for marketing and selling product and promoting services to develop and retain a client base. 82

ES115 Introduction To Paramedical Esthetics 82

In this course, the student will review dermatological and cosmetic surgery procedures. This course will also cover patient referrals for procedures that do not fall into the scope of esthetic licensure; pre and post-operative procedures in the relationship with the esthetician and physician, and patient confidentiality and HIPPA regulations. 82

MA108 Health Care Issues 82

MA109 Medical Office Procedures 83

MA112A Medical Terminology A 83

MA112B Medical Terminology B 83

MA113A Anatomy & Physiology I 83

MA113B Anatomy & Physiology II 84

MA115 Psychology / Human Relations 84

MA118 Laboratory Procedures 84

MA119 Essentials Of Pharmacology 84

MA120 CPR/First Aid 85

MA121 Seminar For Externship 85

MA122 Externship 85

MA123 Medical Math 85

MA129 Principles Of Pharmacology 86

MDG141 Computerized Medical Office 86

ME107 Medical Insurance And Coding 87

NTS120 Software Applications 88

NTS140 Hardware 88

NTS150 Networking 88

NTS155 Advanced Networking 89

SE121 Records Management 89






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