Beal University Canada Sackville Memorial Hospital 8 Main Street, Sackville, NB E4L 4A3
Effective date: 12/26/2023
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Program Name: Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree
Start Date: Estimated Completion Date: Class Time:
I certify that I graduated with:(Check one) High School DipomaGED at
I am applying for admission to the above-named program. If accepted I understand that I will be bound by this Agreement and that no promises or inducements have been made to me.
I agree to follow University rules, as defined in the institutional policies including consistent attendance, student code of conduct, preparation for classes, and any make-up classes offered. If I fail to follow University rules or fail to make satisfactory progress, I understand I could be dismissed from the University.
After completion of the program, I will be eligible for the University’s job placement assistance. By initialing here, I give my consent to release information from my educational records to any organization considering me for employment. I understand that the University does not guarantee job placement nor salary earned.
I am aware that if I attempt to transfer educational credit from this institution to another, the receiving institution determines how much credit, if any, and what kinds of credit will be accepted. The University makes no representation regarding transferring credits to any other college or university. I further understand certifications and licenses may require additional study and cost.
I understand my program requires a practicum placement for completion of academic requirements, and I must adjust my schedule in order to fulfill this requirement within the designated timeframe in order to be eligible to graduate. I also understand that clinical practicum placements will be in facilities in New Brunswick.
I understand that some courses in this program are delivered in an online format, and I understand I must attend an online orientation prior to the commencement of classes.
I have received a copy of the program outline and Student Handbook, the University’s policies, this agreement, and information to access an electronic copy of the Student Handbook. I have read these documents and agree to be bound by them.
I agree that the University or its representatives can contact me on my cell phone.
I am aware the University reserves the right to change courses, programs, or class times.
I agree to provide absolute rights and permissions to the University to use photographic portraits, pictures or videos of me in character form, for advertising or any other lawful purpose. I agree to allow the University to publish any written or verbal testimonial that I provide.
I may opt out of this clause without affecting my enrollment by drawing an “X” through this box.
I have reviewed the technology requirements for this program and have access to the appropriate technology to complete my coursework. I understand what percentage of the course is available online and what percentage is available on campus.
I am responsible to complete the coursework within the prescribed timeframes.
I acknowledge the University can text me information using the telephone number(s) entered above.
I understand that certain documents from the University require an electronic signature. By initialing this box, I acknowledge that my electronic signature carries the full force and weight of a wet signature.
I acknowledge, in the event of an accident on campus property, I will notify campus personnel immediately.
I understand I must provide my high school diploma and transcript, GED, home study certificate, or official transcript from an accredited post-secondary institution, prior to being accepted into the University. This includes all other admissions requirements / documents.
I understand that complaints of discrimination, which cannot be resolved by direct negotiation with the University in accordance with its Harassment and Discrimination Policy, may be filed with the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission under the Human Rights Act.
Tuition and Fees
The tuition fees cover costs for instruction, supervised laboratory and clinical practicum placements however, it does not cover the costs of books, uniforms and supplies. All tuition is to be paid in Canadian currency CAD. Any future change in tuition or fee rates will be posted by the University at least one month prior to implementation and will apply to future Modules. Semester payments are due at or before the start of each semester, unless other financing arrangements have been made. Students are only charged tuition for the full and partial semesters that they attend. Prepaid tuition for a semester beyond that in which a student withdraws is fully refundable.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in NURSING DEGREE PROGRAM
Length (in months)
Book Costs (Estimated)
*Estimated fees include a $30 Application fee; $50 program specific required testing such as Entrance Exam; and a $25 per credit Technology fee for all programs. The Technology fee will be billed based on credits enrolled each semester.
PAYMENT METHODS AND TERMS
Tuition and all other fees are billed prior to the start of each semester. All charges are due upon receipt of the bill. If full payment is not received at this time and the student has not submitted all necessary documentation or completed the application process for Student Financial Assistance prior to the start of the semester, the student must make payment arrangements prior to attending classes.
If a student’s Financial Assistance application is denied, the student is responsible for all charges incurred and must make alternative payment arrangements with the Student Accounts Office.
Failure to comply with a payment schedule is cause for suspension of training, until payment is received. In the event the student’s account becomes delinquent, the STUDENT will be responsible for all costs of collection. These include fees, legal fees, court costs, judgment interest and any other related cost.
The student also understands that if they do not start on the scheduled start date or withdraw prior to completion, the student may be required to sign a new contract at prevailing rates at the time training resumes.
Students who opt to pay cash for any portion of their tuition, fees and books must make satisfactory payment arrangements. Various payment options are available for those who prefer to pay in installments. The University offers cash payment plans without additional upfront fees. Students may be subject to dismissal for non-payment.
The estimated cost of textbooks is listed in the above chart. Textbooks for the upcoming semester can be found on the Beal University Canada website. Nursing classes (NU prefixed classes) have access codes that will automatically be billed to the student’s account at the beginning of each course.
STUDENTS RIGHT TO CANCEL
An applicant requesting cancellation within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment is entitled to a refund of all monies paid by the applicant. An applicant requesting cancellation more than three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the University, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of 15% of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the University retain more than $150.00. There may be consequences related to Student Financial Assistance loans.
Canada and NB Student Financial Aid:
ADD/DROP TUITION ADJUSTMENT
A student who stops attending a class but remains enrolled in other classes during the enrollment period may receive a refund of tuition.
Any student wishing to add or drop a course after registration must contact Student Services before any adjustment of tuition or academic record can be made. Courses cannot be added after the first five days from the start of the module.
WITHDRAWAL OR DISMISSAL
Students have the right to withdraw from a program of instruction at any time. If a student attends the University and officially withdraws or is involuntarily withdrawn or dismissed, the student is obligated to pay for the institutional charges (tuition and fees) and possible equipment costs.
The amount of tuition and fees owed to the University is prorated based on the date the student withdraws.
*Semester (payment period) is two 8-week Modules. The semester schedule is based upon the start date of the student.
**Census period is the first 10 calendar days of each Module.
The amount of tuition and fees owed to the University and charges for equipment are subtracted from the amount a student paid for tuition and fees. If the amount owed is more than the amount paid to the student’s account, the student must make arrangements to pay the University the outstanding balance. Student balances that remain outstanding for a period of 90 days without payment may be forwarded to an agency for collection. Additional fees will apply and this further attempt to collect the outstanding debt will adversely affect a student’s permanent credit history.
If the amount paid for institutional charges is more than the amount owed, a refund will be made available to the student within 45 days of the last day of attendance.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REFUNDS
The student who drops all classes for the semester is considered to be withdrawn even though the student intends to resume classes at a later date.
If the student receives (or the University receives on the student’s behalf) more financial assistance than the student has earned, the unearned funds must be returned to the applicable grant and/or loan program.
Any course needing to be repeated due to failure, withdrawal, or unsatisfactory academic performance as required by the program will cause additional tuition charges upon registration for the retake. The student accounts office can help the student plan for these expenses.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
A student who does not intend to enroll for an upcoming Module but intends to return in a future semester must complete a Leave of Absence Form prior to the start of the semester of the intended leave. Approved leaves of absence must be requested in writing and may not exceed 180 days in a calendar year. Please note that a leave of absence (approved or unapproved) may delay a student’s expected graduation date.
TERMINATION BY THE UNIVERSITY
A student who fails to maintain satisfactory progress, violates safety regulations, interferes with other students’ work, is disruptive, obscene, under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or does not make timely tuition payments, is subject to immediate termination.
To be eligible for graduation, students must:
JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
Career success will depend mainly on the student’s attitude, the effort put into studies, the diligence of the job search, and the job finally accepted. Therefore, we do not and cannot guarantee students a job. Our employees are prohibited from making any representations or any promises in regard to placement.
CANCELLATION OF CLASSES
The University reserves the right to cancel a starting class if the number of students enrolling is insufficient. Such a cancellation will be considered a rejection by the University and will entitle the student to a full refund of all money paid.
TRANSFER OF CREDIT TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION
The transferability of credits earned at Beal University Canada is at the complete discretion of an institution to which a student may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the degree, diploma, or certificate earned in a program of study is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which a student may seek to transfer. If the credits or degree, diploma, or certificate earned at the University are not accepted at the institution to which a student seeks to transfer, the student may be required to repeat some or all of the coursework at that institution. For this reason, a student should make certain that attendance at Beal University Canada will meet his or her educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which a student may seek to transfer after attending Beal University Canada to determine if the credits or degree, diploma or certificate will transfer.
CHANGES IN THE AGREEMENT
Any changes in the agreement will not be binding on either the student or the University unless such changes are acknowledged in writing by an authorized representative of the University and by the student.
If any paragraph or sub-paragraph is held invalid, the paragraph shall not affect any other paragraph or sub-paragraph that can have effect without the paragraph or sub-paragraph and thus is separate one from the other.
GRIEVANCE AND APPEALS
Students with a grievance should first discuss it with the appropriate faculty member, Dean and/or Student Services. If the grievance remains unresolved, students may appeal under the Corrective Action Policy who may forward the issue to the Appeals Committee to review the matter and to make a recommendation. A copy of the procedure is available upon request. After exhausting the above avenues, students may make a final appeal to the New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour.
NURSING PROGRAM DISCLOSURE
Please note: The Nurses Association of New Brunswick may refuse to grant a license to graduates of any Nursing program on the basis of a criminal record.
AGREEMENT IS BINDING
This agreement will be binding only when it has been fully completed, signed, and dated by the student and an authorized representative of the University prior to the time instruction begins.
The University will not be liable in cases where the University is unable to fulfill any services because of fire, natural disaster, national emergency, pandemic, act of government, acts of war or terrorism, failure of suppliers or subcontractors, labor disputes or any other reasons which are beyond the University’s control.
EFFECTIVE DATE OF ACCEPTANCE
I certify I have read and understand the cancellation and refund policy and the complaint procedure. I have reviewed a copy of the University Student Handbook and policies; and I am entitled to a copy of this Enrollment Agreement, University Student Handbook and any paper I sign.
I hereby agree to abide by the conditions set forth herein.
My signature below certifies that I have read, understood, and agreed to my rights and responsibilities, and that the institution’s cancellation and refund policies have been clearly explained to me. I further understand this agreement is legally binding when signed by me and an official of the University and I have received a copy for my records. FURTHER, BY SIGNING BELOW I ATTEST THAT I AM OVER THE AGE OF 17. IF I AM NOT OVER THE AGE OF 17, MY PARENT/GUARDIAN WILL SIGN.
Applicant Signature: Date: February 25, 2024
Parent(s) Guardian(s) Signature: Date:
University Officials Signature:Date:
Since most employers conduct background checks prior to hiring, it is important to make our prospective students aware that many career fields may prohibit or discourage hiring individuals with a history of criminal background. It is important to provide full disclosure of past criminal history (summary and indictable offenses) to your Admissions Representative prior to enrolling in the University. Failure to disclose this history may affect practicum placement and/or employment opportunities upon completion of your program.
The University will not deny enrollment to any prospective student on the basis of a criminal record except in the case of enrollment into a program requiring provincial licensure. In order to register with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick, an applicant must show proof of a clear criminal record check and vulnerable sector check, therefore an applicant to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program must provide a clear criminal record and vulnerable sector check prior to being accepted into the program.
Beal University Canada is committed to, and accountable for, the protection and proper use of your personal information. Our commitment extends to meeting and/or exceeding all legislated requirements.
Personal Information is identifiable information such as: name, address, e-mail address, social insurance identification, birth date and gender. Personal information is collected by us when you provide it during the enrollment process, or requests for information regarding training. Business contact information such as the name, title, business address, business e-mail address or the telephone number of a business or professional persona or an employee of an organization is not considered personal information.
‘Non-personal information’ is information of an anonymous nature, such as aggregate information, including demographic statistics.
Use of Personal Information
Personal Information may be used by us for the following purposes:
Disclosure of Personal Information
We will disclose personal information to 3rd Parties.
STATEMENT OF RELEASE OF INFORMATION
I hereby consent and give Beal University Canada permission to release/disclose to the employees, officers, my funding agency and BUC’s Student Services staff, as authorized, any or all the information contained in my University records including personal, financial (student account information), academic, attendance and any other information entered and maintained in my files (electronic and hard copy formats). I understand that all information will be kept confidential and utilized to provide information as it relates to the program of studies, labor market entry and to maintain the accuracy of my records in accordance with legal, regulatory, and contractual requirements. This information will not be used for any other purpose, nor will it be released to any other parties.
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