Drug and Alcohol Awareness Program
As a condition of receiving funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program, Deluxe Barber College has adopted policies to prevent the illegal possession, use and sale of alcohol and drugs by our students, guests and employees on college premises or as part of college-
As a first step toward reaching that goal, Deluxe Barber College makes every effort to seek full compliance with our school policy, federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; to discourage the unlawful use of alcohol; to promote sobriety; to provide social and recreational alternatives to the use of alcohol and other drugs; and to offer confidential, effective, and redemptive assistance to students who seek help for substance-
Deluxe Barber College continues to encourage its Employees and students to report any witness crime in a timely manner to the Deluxe Barber College School Administrative. At Deluxe Barber College, we provide referrals to students seeking assistance, education and prevention strategies regarding drug and alcohol abuse. In addition to these, many area hospitals and community agencies are available to provide drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation. For further information visit a local office here at South Texas Centre-
Disciplinary Sanctions for Students and Employee
Any student who violates any provision of the College’s alcohol and substance abuse policies shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action including but not limited to one or more combination of the following disciplinary sanctions:
Deluxe Barber College is responsible for providing accurate and timely information to the students, employee and the public during emergencies. This Emergency Notification Policy specifies policies and procedures for facilitating the communication of criterial emergency information. The policy utilizes technology available in order to ensure that our institution can notify both our school and other interested parties of an emergency and provide appropriate direction on how to avoid potential harm.
Deluxe Barber College approach to crisis incidents following a comprehensive, coordinated approach to communication that will:
List of available notification tools:
Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities
The purpose of this document is to guide students, faculty and staff in providing and receiving disability related services. No portion of this policy is intended to expand or diminish any right or obligation imposed by law.
Pursuant to section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the school does not discriminate on the basis of disability. Deluxe Barber College is committed to helping qualified students with disabilities achieve their individual educational goals. Upon request and documentation, the school provides to qualified students reasonable accommodations to remediate the competitive disadvantage that a disability can create in our collegiate setting. Our goal as a school is to balance on a case-
A qualified individual is an individual who meets the academic and technical standards requisite to admission or participation in the School’s programs or activities that may be regarded as disabling. Disabilities protected by law include certain physical, psychological, mental, neurological, and learning disabilities. The law also protects certain cosmetic disfigurements and serious contagious and noncontagious diseases including, but not limited to, AIDS, AIDS-
Examples of Accommodations
The School will make reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified individual. Reasonable accommodations will be made on a case-
Procedure for Requesting, Reviewing and Implementing Reasonable Accommodations
Step One: Meeting and Documentation
Be admitted to or enrolled at Deluxe Barber College
Disclose as soon as possible after acceptance to the Director of the school claim of disability. While a student is free to disclose his or her condition and request to instructors or staff, and while instructors and staff are encouraged to refer such disclosures to the Director of the school, a student must not rely on disclosures to persons other than the school Director. The student must provide timely notice to the director; notice that permit the school a meaningful opportunity to review and implement an accommodation on a timely manner.
At the initial consultation, provide current and valid documentation of the claimed disability. This documentation must specify the nature of the disability, how the disability affects the student in a school environment, and recommendations for accommodations to remediate competitive disadvantage. Examples of current and valid documentation include, but are not limited to:
Step Two: School Review of the Request
The school Director will review the disability documentation, the student’s prior disability-
If the director finds the student eligible for accommodation, the Director will discuss with the student the accommodations appropriate and reasonable under the circumstances. If the student and Director agree to the provision of certain accommodations, the Director will memorialize that agreement in a draft confidential Memorandum (“Memo”) to the student. The student must approve, revise or reject the Memo and return it to the school Director. If the student wishes to revise or reject the Memo, the student must make an appointment and meet with the Director.
Upon final agreement to the terms of the Memo, the student must sign the release on the Memo allowing the school Director to share confidentially with necessary school personnel information regarding the student’s needs. The student must also meet with the appointed instructor(s) to coordinate implementing the recommended accommodations.
Texas Voter Registration Form -
Residents of Texas can register to vote by completing the Texas voter registration form and submitting it by mail to a local County Registration Office. The form can be filled in online and subsequently printed with the requisite information automatically placed in the appropriate spaces of the form. The form can also be download on this webpage and completed using the below instructions. Eligible voters are those who are at least seventeen (17) years and ten (10) months old at the time of registration and at least eighteen (18) years of age by the Election Day. Convicted felons are prohibited from registration unless legal punishment has been served or a pardon has been granted. Registration is prohibited to those who have been ruled as mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated by court judgement. Go to https://eforms.com/voter-
Notice of Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
In accordance with federal regulations regarding the administration of Title IV funds, the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships is required to notify every enrolled student of the potential consequences that a drug conviction could have on their eligibility for federal student aid.
A Federal or State Drug conviction can disqualify a student from Federal Financial Aid funds
A conviction for any offense under any federal or state law involving the possession or sale of illegal drugs, during a period of enrollment when receiving federal aid, will result in the loss of eligibility for any Title IV, HEA grant, loan. In addition, convictions that are reversed, set aside, or removed from a student's record do not count, nor does any conviction received while the student was a juvenile, unless they were tried as an adult.
If a student has been convicted of selling or possessing illegal drugs as previously described, they cannot be awarded Title IV aid.
The chart below illustrates the period of ineligibility for federal financial aid programs. Please note that eligibility is dependent upon the nature of the conviction and the number of prior offenses.
Possession of Illegal Drugs Sale of illegal Drugs
1st Offense 1 year from date of conviction 2 years from date of conviction
2st Offense 2 years from date of conviction Indefinite Period
3rd Offense Indefinite Period Indefinite Period
Pursuant to federal law, a conviction for the sale of drugs includes convictions for conspiring to sell drugs. Moreover, those students convicted of both selling and possessing illegal drugs will be subject to ineligibility for the longer period as prescribed under the circumstances.
A student regains eligibility the day after the period of ineligibility ends or when the student successfully completes a qualified drug rehabilitation program. Further drug convictions will make the student ineligible again for federal financial aid programs.
Students denied eligibility for an indefinite period can regain it only after successfully completing a rehabilitation program as described below. Furthermore, eligibility can be regained if a conviction is reversed, set aside, or removed from the student’s record so that fewer than two convictions for the sale or three convictions for the possession of illegal drugs remain on the student’s record. In such cases, the nature and dates of the remaining convictions will determine when the student regains eligibility. It is the student’s responsibility to certify to the university that a qualified drug rehabilitation program has been completed.
It is the student’s responsibility to certify to the Financial Aid Office the date of the conviction and if he or she has completed a qualified drug rehabilitation program.
For purposes of financial aid eligibility, a qualified drug rehabilitation program must include at least two unannounced drug tests and must satisfy at least one of the following requirements:
For more information regarding illegal drug convictions and financial aid eligibility, please visit the Frequently Asked Question section of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website
Date: _________________ Student Signature: ______________________________
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