TTL College is committed to assuring full academic freedom to all faculty. Confident in the qualifications and expertise of its faculty members, the institution encourages its faculty members to exercise their individual judgments regarding the content of the assigned courses, organization of topics and instructional methods, providing only that these judgments are made within the context of the course descriptions as currently published, and providing that the instructional methods are those official sanctioned by the institution, methods for which the institution has received oversight approval.

TTL College encourages instructors and students to engage in discussion and dialog. Students and faculty members alike are encouraged to freely express views, however controversial, as long as they believe it would advance understanding in their specialized discipline or sub-disciplines.

Sexual Harassment
This institution is committed to providing a work environment that is free of discrimination, intimidation and harassment. In keeping with this commitment, we believe that it is necessary to affirmatively address this subject and express our strong disapproval of sexual harassment. No one associated with this institution may engage in verbal abuse of a sexual nature; use sexually degrading or graphic words to describe an individual or an individual’s body; or display sexually suggestive objects or pictures at any facility or other venue associated with this institution. Students are responsible for conducting themselves in a manner consistent with the spirit and intent of this policy.

Admissions Policy
We do not accept experiential learning or we do not award credit for prior experiential learning. For each of the academic program offered, the applicant must be at least 18 years of age and a high school graduate or have earned a GED certificate.

Accreditation Status
This institution is not accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. These programs do not lead to licensure in California or other states. Student will receive a “Certificate of Completion” after they finished and passed that program. A student enrolled in an unaccredited institution is not eligible for Federal Financial aid.

Acceptance of Transfer Credit Policy
No transfer of credit is available.

Achievement Tests Credit Policy
No credit based on the taking of achievement exams is available.

Challenge Exam Credit Policy
No credit based on the taking of challenge exams is available.

Language of instructions
The student must have the ability to read and write English at the level of a graduate of an American high school as demonstrated by the possession of a high school diploma, GED or passage of the California high school proficiency exam.

Notice of Concerning Transferability of Credits and Credentials Earned at Our Institution
The transferability of credits you earn at TTL College is at the complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the certificate you earn in the educational program is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the certificate that you earn at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending TTL College to determine if your certificate will transfer.

Student Records
TTL College will maintain permanently the followings:

(1) The degree or certificate granted and the date on which that degree or certificate was granted.
(2) The courses and units on which the certificate or degree was based.
(3) The grades earned by the student in each of those courses.
(4) Name, address, e-mail address, and telephone number of each student who is enrolled in an educational program.

Students may inspect and review their educational records. To do so, they must submit a written request form identifying the specific information that they would like to review.

Student Grievance Procedures
This institution is dedicated to fair dealing and professional conduct. Any student has a complaint, the student is asked to discuss the matter directly with an instructor or administrator. However, students use an internal process first, but it is not required and they may contact the Bureau at any time. The instructor or administrator will engage in an informal process endeavoring to settle the dispute in good faith. That informal process will involve three steps:

1. An effort to define the problem,
2. An effort to identify acceptable options for resolution, and
3. An attempt to resolve the conflict through the application of one or more of those options for resolution. The student may thereafter choose to file a written complaint directly with the institution's Chief Academic Officer who will work to resolve the matter. The Chief Academic Officer is the individual designated to resolve student complaints. That individual will investigate all formal (written) complaints, endeavor to resolve all such complaints, and record an entry into the institution's official log.

The formal process will involve:

1. The student writes description of the specific allegations and the desired remedy, accompanied by any available documentary items. The filing deadline is 60 days after the beginning date of the term following that in which the dispute(s) occurred or are alleged to have occurred.
2. The student may terminate the formal process should, in the interim, the informal process produce a satisfactory resolution.
3. The Chief Academic Officer will notify all parties involved of the receipt and nature of the grievance. If a policy is being grieved, the administrator responsible for the policy will be notified.
4. A timeline for resolution will be delivered to the principles by the Chief Academic Officer.
5. Interested parties will communicate with the CAO in order to make recommendations to resolve the grievance.
6. The party responsible for implementing the selected method of resolution will notify the principals of the decision reached. In the event that a student does not agree to the resolution proposed, the student retains the right to file a complaint with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, Sacramento, CA.