Students are expected to abide by ethical standards in preparing and presenting material thatdemonstrates their level of knowledge and that is used to determine grades. The following are considered violations of acceptable student conduct and may result in dismissal:
- Cheating in any form on academic work.
- Use of alcoholic beverages or drugs.
- Use of indecent or profane language.
- Failure to follow common sense rules of safety and/or posted safety regulations.
- Harassment or discrimination of any kind.
- Possession or use of a weapon of any kind.
Drug and Alcohol Policy
Possession of alcohol, drugs, or any indication of substance abuse will be grounds for immediate dismissal from TUA without probationary status.
Lost or Stolen Personal Property
TUA is not responsible for lost or stolen personal property - valuables should not be left unattended on school grounds or facilities.
All students will be expected to dress in an appropriate manner, to convey a professional appearance or image, and to be neat and clean. “Business Casual” is strongly encouraged. Attending class or entering our campus building while barefooted or bare-chested is specifically prohibited.
TUA does not offer visa services to prospective students from other countries or English language services. TUAdoes not offer English as a Second Language instruction. All instruction occurs in English.
Our programs are taught in English language. Therefore, it is imperative that the student has sufficient language skills. TUA assesses the English proficiency of students by requiring that they complete a Writing Assessment Essay. The essay is evaluated by faculty trained in assessing student writing and experienced in applying standards and performance expectations. Oral English skills are tested as well during a recorded Communication Video with the student as required for Admissions that will demonstrate the students’ presentation and speaking skills.