Click the following for the: Dental Assistant Student Enrollment Agreement
Click the following for the: Student Rules of Conduct 

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Dental Assistant
Student Enrollment Agreement

Enrollment: The entire course fee of $1200.00 can be paid upon enrollment.

Refund Policy: Class fees are not refundable. No refunds will be granted unless the class is canceled. Notice: Classes may be cancelled if the minimum number of enrollments is not attained.

Clinical Internships: Student may not begin internship hours if they have not completed all clinical internship requirements in the time allotted. They will be dropped from the class and the course fee will not be refunded.

Course Completion: A Certificate of Completion and eligibility for any State certifications will only be issued to the student if they complete all course assignments and clinical hours in the time allotted and within the acceptable grade range for the class.

Statement of Agreement: I have read and signed the Student Rules of Conduct form and understand and agree that if I am dismissed from class for violation of any of the stated rules I will not receive a refund of any monies I have paid to Tri-Cities ROP.

Further Statement of Agreement: I have also read and understand the above payment, late payment, refund, clinical internship, and course completion policies and agree to all the terms stated.

Student Rules of Conduct

In every way possible the training programs at Tri-Cities ROP try to simulate the real work environment.  Consequently, the employment guidelines required in industry will be required of all students enrolled in our training programs.

Involvement in any of the following situations on school premises, school buses, or community training sites may result in discipline including, but not limited to, immediate dismissal from Tri-Cities ROP:

  1. Smoking, or using tobacco, or any tobacco or nicotine products (lozenges and gum excluded), on campus grounds.
  2. Causing, attempting to cause, or threatening to cause physical injury to another person.
  3. Causing or attempting to cause damage to school property or personal property on school grounds.
  4. Stealing or attempting to steal school property or private property, including but not limited to attempting to take possession of any property by means of bullying, threats, or extortion.
  5. Possession, use, furnishing, attempted sale or sale of any controlled substance including alcoholic beverages, any intoxicant, or any drug paraphernalia, or any substance or item represented by the student to be a controlled substance or intoxicant; or being under the influence of any controlled substance or intoxicant at school or during school hours.
  6. Possession or use of any firearms, weapons, explosive materials, any dangerous objects, or any imitation firearm; imitation firearm means a replica of a firearm to an existing firearm as to lead a reasonable person to conclude that the replica is a firearm.
  7. Committing obscene acts or gestures or engaging in habitual profanity or vulgarity.
  8. Wearing of inappropriate attire—the instructor will advise students of appropriate classroom and community classroom attire as it relates to your specific training program.
  9. Use of electronic devices during classroom hours that do not pertain directly to classroom or clinical training, including but not limited to:  cell phones, IPods, MP3s, CD players, Walkmans, tape recorders, cameras, digital cameras and/or video recorders.
  10. Disruptive behavior within the classroom, on buses, or at training sites; also willfully defying the valid authority of instructors or school officials engaged in the performance of their job duties.
  11. Violating computer software licenses/agreements/copyrights or tampering with computer hardware/software configurations.
  12. Committing acts of sexual harassment as defined: “unwelcome sexual advances, request for sexual favors, and other verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature.” 
  13. Committing or attempting to commit a sexual assault or a sexual battery as defined in the California Penal Code.
  14. Willful or repeated violation of the ROP’s policies, including but not limited to policies regarding attendance, civility, safety, discrimination, plagiarism, and academic honesty.
  15. Engaging in, or attempting to engage in hazing; hazing means a method of initiation or pre-initiation into an organization or body, whether or not the organization or body is officially recognized by an educational institution, which is likely to cause serious bodily injury or personal degradation or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to a former, current, or prospective pupil.
  16. Failing or refusing to comply with the safety rules or procedures for the student’s area of study

All the rules above have been carefully read and reviewed. By pressing the square box and leaving a checkmark next to it, I have indicated that I understood the rules and consequences appropriate to Tri-Cities ROP's guidelines.