Standards of Student:
Professional Conduct – General Conduct
As students interact with their fellow students, staff, faculty, and the business community, they are expected to act in a professional, respectful manner that is complimentary to the learning process and the academic environment associated with their education and training. Students are expected to follow the law, take responsibility for their actions, and show respect for self, others, and the institute's community and property.
Examples of unacceptable behavior include, but are not limited to, the following: violence, threats of violence, harassment, stalking, dangerous conduct, and threatening, belligerent, or menacing behavior toward others.
Examples of unacceptable behavior in form of civil community, but are not limited to, the following: theft, possession of stolen or illegal property, lying, cheating falsification of records, disruption, disorderly conduct, failure to identify ones self, evasion of facility and staff, failure to respond to a reasonable request of a member of facility or staff, harassment or belittling of staff performing their duties, indecency, possession or the use of a weapon, and unauthorized entry into buildings.
Examples of unacceptable behavior of respect property of others include, but are not limited to, the following: vandalism, defacement, and destruction of property.
MB Merit Institute does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, age, physical disability, race, creed or religion in its admission to Institute or treatment in its programs, activities, advertising, training, placement, or employment. All inquiries or complaints under the sex discrimination provision of Title IX should be directed to the School Director. The School Director must act equitably and promptly to resolve complaints and should provide a response within seven working days.
Student Complaint Policy
This school has a Certificate of Approval from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC.)
The TWC-assigned school number is: S4521
The schools programs are approved by TWC, as well as Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services as a Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program.
Students must address their concerns about this school or any of its education programs by following the grievance process outlined in the school's catalog. Schools are responsible for ensuring the documenting that all students have received a copy of the school's grievance procedures and for describing these procedures in the schools published catalog. If, as a student, you were not provided with this information, please inform school management.
Students dissatisfied with this school's response to their complaint or who are not able to file a complaint with the school, can file a formal complaint with TWC, as well as with other relevant agencies or accreditors, if applicable.
Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found on TWC's Career Schools and Colleges Website at http://csc.twc.state.tx.us/.