RETENTION OF STUDENT RECORDS
All student records are retained by the institution for a minimum of five years and are maintained in fire retardant
storage files. Permanent transcripts of the student's progress record are maintained by the school and are available
upon written request by the student. There is a $5.00 charge for education transcripts. A fee of $10.00 will be
charged if the last day of attendance was more than three years from the date of the request. Under state regulations,
the school is required to maintain a student’s educational record for a period of not less than 5 years from the
students last date of attendance; all transcripts are permanently kept on campus.
Each student will have a review of his/her progress each month. Students experiencing academic or other problems may discuss
them in private with an Instructor and/or the Director to help overcome whatever difficulty is being experienced.
STUDENT BREAK/LUNCH AREA
A student break/lunch area is located outside the administrative offices. Students have access to hot coffee and a microwave at no
Dormitory housing is not offered, owned or maintained by the school. The school has no responsibility to find or
assist a student in finding housing. Apartment rentals exist within a one mile radius of the school at an average
monthly cost of nine hundred dollars ($900.00), however, availability of a rental is never guaranteed.
Public bus transportation is available with stops, located close to campus. It may also be possible for the school to arrange for
transportation by another student if schedules are compatible.
STUDENT LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER / LIBRARY
Sutech School of Vocational and Technical Training does not have a library located on campus. If a student wishes to gain access
to a library, the office will provide them with the addresses and hours of operation of public libraries near the school or their
home. Access to any of the public library’s services shall be at the expense of the student. However, A Student Resource Center
is located in the computer simulation lab and is available to all students to help provide information which may aid them in their
program of study. The Learning Resource Center consists of more than 100 research books and DVD videos. These research
materials pertain to all programs of study offered at the college and students are able to use them at anytime during their study
program during normal business hours of the campus. Students are also able to take the material off the campus for homework
assignments by completing a check-out form. There are no fees for using the Learning Resource Center and any material that is
checked-out must be returned within 30 days. Public libraries that are in the vicinity of the school and may be utilized by
students are as follows: Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library, 803 Spence Street Los Angeles, CA 90023, 0.7 miles
northeast of the Sutech School Campus, Cost of card: Free to all residents of California Student must complete an application at
any Los Angeles Public Library location or obtain a card online; Anthony Quinn Library, 3965 East Cesar Chavez Avenue, Los
Angeles, CA 90063, 2.0 miles northeast of the Sutech School Campus, Cost of card: Free to all residents of California, Student
must complete an application at any Los Angeles Public Library location or obtain a card online. Benjamin Franklin Library,
2200 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033, 1.8 miles north of the Sutech School Campus, Cost of card: Free to all residents of
California, Student must complete an application at any Los Angeles Public Library location or obtain a card online.: East Los
Angeles Public Library, 4837 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90022, 2.7 miles east of the Sutech School Campus, Cost of card:
Free to all residents of California, Student must complete an application at any Los Angeles Public Library location or obtain a
card online. Library hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday – Friday, some facilities may be open on weekends.
ESL CLASSES AND LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
Sutech School of Vocational and Technical Training does not offer ESL classes and only offers instruction in an English language
format, therefore, all discussions, enrollment agreements, disclosures, and statements are provided solely in English.
JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
Placement assistance in provided to graduates at no additional charge. However, no guarantee for employment or level of income
can be made. Some companies contact the School for likely candidates for employment; known vacancies in the field will be
posted on the bulletin board in the workshop area. Classes are provided where special attention is given to such topics as resume
preparation, the job search, interview techniques, how to retain employment, and advancement in the machine technology
TUITION PAYMENT POLICY
All tuition and fees are payable in advance unless other arrangements are made with the school prior to commencing classes.
Sutech School of Vocational and Technical Training does not participate in federal and state financial aid programs.
To assist students with their educational costs, the school provides a student the opportunity to make monthly tuition
payments while attending school. Students may also apply for financial assistance through private lending