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Academic Calendar
Faculty and staff at the school work along with the individual student to aid in making the duration of the program comfortable. All resources that are available to us are utilized to the fullest to assist the student in attaining his/her career goal. Student Services offers personal assistance and financial advising.

A new student is oriented to the school’s facilities, policies and procedures prior to the start of the program. A new student will receive a written course outline and list of competencies required for the successful completion of each course, no later than the first class meeting.

Drug-Free Policy
For the protection and welfare of all students and staff, the school has established the following drug-free policy. All students are hereby notified:

  • That the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession, or use of a controlled substance in the school is prohibited;
  • That violations of this prohibition will result in discharge or other appropriate actions;
  • That as a condition of enrollment, each student agrees that he/she will abide by the terms of the above statement, and will notify the School Director of any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in school no later than five days after such conviction;
  • All employees and students must certify that, as a condition of enrollment, employment, he/she will not engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, or the use of a controlled substance during the period covered by employment or the period where federal financial assistance is used for education;
  • This policy is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education and the Drug-free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of 1989.

Financial Advising 
Payment plans may be customized as needed to help students meet their financial obligations to the school. This must be arranged with the Registrar upon registration. Plans of payment will be designed so that the last payment is due on or before the issuing of diplomas. A non-refundable registration fee of $75.00 is required to be paid at the time of registration. 

At times, loan services may be available for those who qualify. Students are responsible for understanding the terms and conditions of their loans. They must manage their loan directly with the lender. EHA or its members will not be liable for any loan default or any fraud with respect to this financial transaction. EHA will facilitate this process by collecting the necessary documents and application forms from the student to the lender through the student services’ Office.

Placement Assistance Services
The School Director serves as a liaison between the graduates and the business/medical community. Information on job search techniques is provided to students and graduates based on the current needs of local businesses and industry. However, no employment information or placement assistance provided by the school should be considered either expressly or implied as a guarantee or promise of employment, a likelihood of employment, an indication of the level of employment or compensation expected, or an indication of the types of job titles of positions for which students or graduates may qualify.

This assistance consists primarily of educating students in developing the ability to successfully perform these tasks as they begin to seek employment. These tasks are taught during and towards the end of each program.

  • Preparing resumes
  • Developing job interviewing skills
  • Identifying job position openings
  • Maintaining employment once hired
  • Developing and utilizing a network of professional contacts who can aid the job search effort

A successful job search is dependent upon the confidence, willingness, and preparedness of the applicant. Students and graduates are encouraged not to place restrictions on their job search endeavors regarding location, starting salary, and specific benefits. Any employment students or graduates may obtain through the school’s assistance may, in all probability and likelihood, be an entry-level position.

The school shall not deny admission or discriminate against students enrolled on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation or national origin. The school will reasonably accommodate applicants and students with disabilities to the extent required by applicable law.

Academic Counseling
Faculty office hours will be noted in the appropriate course syllabus. Faculty members will be available a minimum of one hour each week to provide student counseling. Staff members will be available in the administration office during business hours. 

A student may contact either an instructor or the Program Director if one is in need of academic counseling services during business hours.

Student Conduct
Expected behavioral conduct for training at Evolution Health Academy is the enhancement of professionalism. Prospective employers seek employees of integrity, commitment, advocacy, reverence, and stewardship of individuals who will be a positive addition to their organization. Learning to communicate, listening, coping with stress, problem-solving, participates in teamwork, self-discipline, and appropriate dress code are expected standards of conduct required of all students on campus and at clinical sites. 

Students must behave off school premises in a manner that reflects favorably upon their association with the school. Therefore, all students must obey all federal, state, and local laws. If any student fails to comply with these requirements, to the school’s satisfaction, the school may, in its sole discretion, suspend or terminate the student. Students must treat the school’s equipment and facilities with proper care and concern. Any student who intentionally or carelessly defaces or damages any school property (as determined by the school) will be subject to disciplinary action and may be held liable for the repair or replacement of such property.

Any student who is terminated for violating this conduct section may petition the School Director, in writing, for reentry into the next available class of the student’s program. Final determination related to reentry will be at the sole discretion of the school.

Smoking, Food, and Beverage
To protect the health and safety of all persons, no smoking is allowed in the school – designated smoking areas will be addressed during orientation. Food and beverages are only allowed in designated areas. No food or beverages are allowed in the classrooms, skills laboratories, or library at any time.

Dress Code
All students are required to wear name badges and uniforms from Evolution Health Academy. The uniform is embroidered with the school logo. All students are required to wear leather (no mesh) athletic all-white tennis, waterproof, and are in new or like-new condition. Also, clean socks must be worn at all times. Uniforms may be purchased from the school. All students are required to maintain the highest level of hygiene at all times.  

No artificial nails, natural colors, tattoos must be covered with an all-white undershirt, natural hair color (no loud colors), minimum jewelry, small round earrings (two holes max per ear), no visible piercings, no tongue or belly piercings, nails ¼ inch length from the nail bed, no chipped or peeling polish. 

Student Records
Permanent student educational records are filed and maintained in the administrative office for each individual student. Evolution Health Academy guarantees each student access to that student’s records. Evolution Health Academy requires written consent from the student for release of records in response to the third-party request, unless otherwise required by law. The school provides and permits access to student and school records as required for any accreditation process initiated by the school or by the Commission for Independent Education. Students desiring to view their records may request to see their records in the school office during normal business hours or may schedule a time to review records that is convenient to both the student and the school administration.

As a current of former EHA student, FERPA affords you certain rights regarding your education records. They are:

  • The right to inspect and review your records. You may request to review your records by submitting a written request
  • The right to seek amendment of your records which you believe are inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of your privacy rights. Requests for amendment of records must be in writing and must describe the specific portions of specific records that you wish to have amended, text or instructions as to the change desired, and the reasons why the change is justified;
  • The right to restrict the disclosure of Directory Information; and
  • The right to file a complaint with the Department of Education’s Family Policy Compliance Office concerning alleged failures by Evolution Health Academy to comply with the requirements of FERPA.

Definition of Education Records
Education records are those records directly related to a student maintained by the Evolution Health Academy or by a party acting for the Evolution Health Academy.

Release of Education Records
Except as provided in FERPA or other applicable law, the Evolution Health Academy will not disclose personally identifiable information from your education records unless you provide a written release containing: 

  • What information is to be released
  • To whom the information is to be released
  • The purpose for which it is to be released
  • Your signature and the date signed

Faculty and staff are responsible for protecting the identity of students and keeping student grades confidential. Grades or evaluations linked to personal identifiers (names, ID numbers, or social security numbers) may not be publicly disclosed. Grades or evaluations may be posted only by using randomly generated codes or numbers. The return of graded papers or other assignments must also be accomplished in a manner that protects your identity.

Definition of Directory Information
Directory information includes:

  • Your full name
  • Mailing and permanent address(es) and telephone number(s)
  • E-mail address
  • The fact that you are or ever were enrolled
  • Enrollment status (e.g., full-time, half-time or less than half-time)
  • Class level and majors/minors
  • Dates of attendance
  • Degrees, honors or awards received
  • Cumulative credit hours
  • Participation in officially recognized activities
  • Your status as a graduate teaching fellow and your teaching assignment, if applicable

Definition of School Official
A “School Official” is defined as “a person employed by the Evolution Health Academy or entity, including a governmental entity, with whom the Evolution Health Academy has contracted [e.g. National Student Clearinghouse for enrollment and degree verifications, CollegeNET for online course evaluations, Lean Library, etc.]; a person serving on the Evolution Health Academy ’s governing board; or a student serving on an official committee or assisting another school official in performing his or her duties.”
Directory Information Restriction
You may choose to restrict the release of your Directory Information. When the release of Directory Information is restricted, the fact that you are currently a student, or have ever been enrolled at the Evolution Health Academy will not be released.

Once you restrict the release of Directory Information, in order to conduct any business with the Evolution Health Academy you will need to go in person to the officers involved, with photo ID, or, via mail or fax, provided a written request for a release containing the following:

  • What information is to be released
  • To whom the information is to be released
  • The purpose for which it is to be released
  • Your signature and the date signed

No information will be provided via telephone. No information will be provided to anyone – parents, relatives, friends, other students, or prospective employers – who may wish to contact you or verify your student status at the Evolution Health Academy, without a written release from you containing the elements listed above.

Restricted Directory Information is made available only where an emergency is involved, at the direction of a court order, or to Evolution Health Academy staff and faculty with a legitimate educational need to know.

Submitting a Directory Restriction Request
A Restriction of Directory Information form is available in the Office of Student Affairs in the Library. Complete the form, including signature and date, and return it in person. Photo identification is required.

Your request to place or remove the restriction is effective no later than two working days after it is received in the Office of the Registrar.

Note: Submission of a Directory Restriction form does not affect directory information already published or released.

Restriction Duration
The restriction of information is permanent until you request, in writing, that it be removed. The restriction will remain in place even after you have stopped attending or have graduated.
Requesting Written or Verbal References or Recommendations from FACULTY OR STAFF

Students who request written or verbal references or recommendations from Evolution Health Academy, faculty or staff members need to do so in writing. Such letters or statements are most effective if they contain specific information about your academic or work performance; this type of information is considered “non-directory” information and cannot be released without the signed written consent of the student, according to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Evolution Health Academy, Student Records Policy.

Your request should contain the following:

  • What information is to be released (be as specific as possible)
  • To whom the information is to be released (name, address)
  • The purpose of the release of the information (application for a specific job or admission to a graduate program, for example)
  • Your signature and date

Requests that do not contain these four elements are not in compliance with FERPA.
Some graduate programs, scholarships or job applications require the use of their own prepared packets and may include a form that provides a place for your signature authorizing the release of non-directory information. If that completed form or a copy of it always accompanies the pages to be completed by UO faculty or staff members, no additional authorization is required.

Facility and Equipment
Evolution Health Academy is located at 18350 NW 2nd Ave Suite 402, Miami, FL 33169. The area of the school is approximately 1633 sq. ft. with a front and side entrance. This space is divided into a reception area with an administrative office, two classrooms, and a clinical lab and the storage cabinet is in the clinical area. 

There will be adequate space for the first year of operations. The school is fully air-conditioned to provide a comfortable learning environment. A small library is available. The latest equipment is available on-site to allow a hands-on training approach. 

The facility and equipment used fully complies with all federal, state and local ordinances and regulations, including requirements for fire safety, building safety, handicapped access, and health. 

  • The training facilities are designed with the total learning and comfort needs of the students as the main focus. 
  • Our educational environment is created with lecture, demonstration/practice, and testing. 
  • It is equipped with medical supplies required for demonstration in the relevant programs. 
  • The administrative offices are located on-site adding to the convenience for students. 
  • The classroom is equipped with multi-media technology.
  • There is adequate parking for all students. 
  • Care of Facilities – We rely on all students, staff, and guests to care for our facilities with pride.
  • There is to be no eating or drinking in the classrooms and on the entrance patio.
  • Kindly refrain from littering. Trash bins are provided for the disposal of trash.