• Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. (except Makeup Artistry: 17 years old and up).
  • Applicants must have a personal interview with school personnel.
  • Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license or permit, passport or a valid ID card issued by United States government.
  • Applicants must be a high school graduate or hold a GED, or its equivalent or present a proof of postsecondary/higher education in the United States or from abroad.
  • If student meets entrance requirements but unable to present required educational documentation prior class start date because documents were lost, stolen, or as a result of natural disaster or due to other related unforeseen circumstances, student must submit request for admission to school director in writing along with statement and/or supporting documentation that is signed by applicant and notarized by local Notary Public official or agent. It can NOT guarantee students’ enrollment without valid reasons mentioned in this catalog and approval from School Director.
  • Applicants must refer to the requirements for each program during interview with school personnel as well as be familiar with detailed information described in school catalog (pages: 9-11) prior signing enrollment agreement.

  • Student is expected to have own uniform (white lab. jacket and/or blue scrubs) for all practical sessions those students who are enrolled in any of our Allied Health Programs, white lab. jacket and/or white scrubs for Esthetics; black or dark scrubs along with shoes for Makeup Artistry as directed by assigned Instructor.

  • Student is expected to have own a white leather rubber-soled shoes (slip-on, lace-up or similar style) with closed heel & toe, and socks or hosiery. Colored shoes, backless shoes or clogs and canvas style are not permitted.
  • For more detailed information described in the school catalog, we recommend to read: Program/Course Requirements section (pages: 9 through 11) and/or familiarize yourself with the enrollment agreement prior signing it..
  • Cost of uniform is NOT included in the tuition or listed expenses of any of our training.

  • The school does not accept transfer credit nor allow credit for prior experience.

  • Previous education and training will be reviewed by the school’s director and the respective program’s advisor to determine how much credit may be awarded, if any. The maximum credit may not exceed one-half of the total program requirements.

Grade 1   Points
A Superior 4
B Good 3
C Average 2
D Below Average 1
F Failed 0
I Incomplete 0
W Withdrawn 0

The student’s grade-point average (GPA) is computed by the following formula:

Total Units of Credit attempted = Grade Point Average

  • One hundred percent attendance and completion of all tests at an 70% level is required for satisfactory progress.

  • Final grades and student evaluations are issued at the end of each quarter.

  • A student must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 and not receive less than a 1.5 GPA in any term.

A student unable to maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (CGPA) or drops below 1.5 GPA for any term will be placed on academic probation for the next term. The student will also be given extra assistance in an effort to reach the expected level of performance.

At the end of probation, if the student has not brought his/her grades to meet our satisfactory academic progress policy, then the student shall be suspended or terminated, depending on the recommendation of the academic review committee. The student has a right to appeal the decision to the school’s director. The appeal should be submitted in writing within one week of the committee’s decision.

Any student not conducting themselves in an orderly and professional manner, which includes use of drugs and alcohol during school hours, dishonesty, disrupting classes, use of profanity, excessive tardiness, insubordination, violation of safety rules, or not abiding by the school rules will lead to either probation or dismissal from classes.

  • Any student who has dropped out of the program, may be readmitted within one year by completing a personal interview with the school’s director and paying all fees due at the time of readmission. Program requirements at the time of re-admittance shall be applicable.
  • Any student who was academically terminated, may be readmitted within one year by completing a personal interview with the school’s director and paying all fees due at the time of readmission. Student shall be on probation for his/her first term.  Program requirements at the time of re-admittance shall be applicable.
  • Any student who was terminated for conduct may not be readmitted.
  • The school maintains an attendance record on the student. The school requires a hundred percent (100%) completion of class hours in order to receive a certificate of completion from the course. If in any thirty-day period your attendance is less than 80%, you will be notified and placed on probation for a period of thirty days. If you meet the attendance requirement in the next thirty days you will be removed from probation. If you fail to correct your attendance problem you will be dismissed from the school. If dismissed from the school, you will be required to request reinstatement which cannot be done for a minimum period of 30 days. You may be required to provide proof that the problem that caused your chronic absenteeism has been resolved. Tardiness is defined as showing up more than ten minutes late for the beginning of a class. Tardiness without legitimate reason on more than three different occasions will be considered as one unexcused absence.

  • Students are expected to be on time and attend all scheduled classes. Documentation of the reason for the absences is required for a student returning to class after an absence. All classes missed by a student will be made up prior to graduation.

Student(s) who missed his/her scheduled class needs to make arrangement with instructor to attend a make up class or classes in the amount of hours equal to those one that student missed in order to cover topic(s) and/or practical session(s) specified by the assigned instructor.

At the discretion of the school, fees for make-up classes are charged and collected especially in the event of unexcused absence(s) .When a student has passed the expected graduation date indicated in student’s enrollment agreement for a particular program of study without meeting the course hour requirement, they may be charged $22.00 per hour and a new graduation date will be announced. The student must pay these make up fees before the new graduation date.

Student will not receive a Certificate of Completion until he/she pays make up charges, and meet the appropriate requirement(s) of the course.

Students may request a leave of absence at any point during their studies EXCEPT mini program(s) such as Phlebotomy Technician and/or ECG Technician Programs. No leave of absence is allowed for students enrolled in any of approved mini-programs (6 weeks or less) offered by the school.

In order to receive a leave of absence, a student must be enrolled in any of the approved program that is 6 weeks or longer as well as submit a written notice to the school explaining the reason they are not able to attend school. If a student fails to notify the school director of their leave of absence the student will be held to the standards discussed in the Attendance section. This includes probation and possible dismissal for lack of attendance. Students wishing to return to classes after a leave of absence must contact the school director. The school director and student will both determine when and if the student will return to classes.

Students must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 and pass a final examination at the end of each course in order to receive the certificate of completion for the program. The final examination consists of a combination of both practical and written parts. Should the student fail to pass the test, they will be given an opportunity to take a refresher course in their area(s) of deficiency and subsequently be allowed to retake the final examination at no extra cost to the student.

  • Hours of School Operation: 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday,

10:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday.

  • The school operates on a non-traditional term. We do not utilize the conventional academic calendar of quarters or semesters.
  • Take advantage from our training for rewarding career that we offer with flexible schedule for classes that start in AM or PM on weekdays or weekends or on weekdays and weekends.
  • We are open 7 days a week except holidays listed in this catalog.
  • The following holidays are observed and no classes are held
  1. New

    Year’s Day

  2. Martin Luther King’s Birthday (third Monday in January).
  3. George Washington’s Birthday (third Monday in February).
  4. Passover (April 9-15, 2020 | March 27-April 4, 2021).
  5. Easter (April 12, 2020 | April 4, 2021).
  6. Memorial Day (last Monday in May).
  7. Independence Day (July 4).
  8. Labor Day (first Monday in September).
  9. Rosh Hashanah (September 19-20, 2020 | September 29 – October 1, 2021).
  10. Kippur (September 28, 2020 | September 16, 2021).
  11. Columbus Day (Second Monday in October).
  12. Veterans Day (November 11).
  13. Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November).
  14. Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day
  • The school reserves the right to amend the calendar and information in this catalog.
  • The hours per week vary depending if the class is academic or lab or clinical. Please refer to the program’s detailed schedule.
  • The weather will play a major role in actual class schedule. Classes canceled due to weather are made up at the end of the program.

Payment must be made in full by the certified Bank check or money order prior to the beginning of classes. Additional methods of payments (cash, personal or bank checks, money order, credit cards, Paypal) and/or payment plan(s) must be requested by the student and submitted in writing to director of Dialexton School of Allied Health Professions as well as approved by school director prior student’s enrollment.

Dialexton School of Allied Health Professions offers weekly, bi-weekly or monthly payment plans based on course and schedule and initial arrangement that was made during enrollment period.

Payments are due on or before the end of every week (according to payment plan schedule). Payment can be made by check, cash, credit card, money order and/or Paypal. Processing fees for bounced checks ($35) will be applied. Multiple credit card transactions can be completed for +3.0% fee per each transaction. Students cannot be billed when payment is due and are expected to keep track of their payments.

Dialexton School of Allied Health Professions reserves the right to offer discounts for any particular start class.

A request to change a schedule results in new Enrollment Agreement (EA), would not be permitted to charge an additional fee. The School may allow only one change in schedule for student enrolled in one of our approved courses/programs who is experiencing personal, family or work related issue(s). Student may request a change of schedule in writing for approval by School Agent or School Director. This will take in effect based on available option(s) and appropriate arrangement made between student and school agent or director. This request should be made a week in advance.