Off-Site Components

Certain programs at the University require the student’s successful completion of an off-site component, such as a clinical rotation, practicum, or student teaching. These off-site components are typically operated by separate institutions or organizations which are not controlled by the University and which may establish their own rules and conditions for participation. A student may be unable to complete a program of study and obtain a degree if he or she is unable to complete an off-site component after being excluded from participation by the University’s off-site providers. Students who have reason to believe that they may be barred from participation by any of the off-site providers in their program of study are encouraged to determine early in the enrollment process what, if any, alternatives may be available.