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The Grading System:
Students must maintain a minimum average of 60% or 70% in Science or Homeopathy courses. Students who fail to achieve the minimum grade on any given examination may be required to make arrangements to improve their standing. Students will be granted only one opportunity for the rewriting of an examination or assignment. The maximum grade awarded after successful remediation is 70%.

Failure of a Course:
Students must retake any failed course in the next session in which the course is available. Charges will apply. Unless otherwise prearranged, failure to write an exam constitutes failure of that exam. Failing the same course twice will result in a dismissal.

Code of Conduct:
The HCC will not tolerate cheating, misrepresentation, unfairness, or dishonesty in any form. Other offenses which may lead to suspension or dismissal are as follows: student conduct which threatens the well-being of fellow students, staff, patients or the profession; practising homeopathy outside of the Teaching Clinic or without HCC supervision. No tuition refund will be given to students dismissed for any of the above reasons.
 
Advanced Standing:
Applicants with credits from an accredited educational institution may be exempt from the equivalent courses in the program. Students seeking advanced standing must apply to the Dean.

All academic policies, rules and regulations are outlined in detail in the HCC Student Handbook, distributed to students in the beginning of the first school term. Any policy, procedure or regulation defined in the Student Handbook has precedent over that which is defined here, or on other parts of the web site or in any other printed literature.





























 











 

 

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