All students that plan on attending Bennett/Stellar University must have a high school diploma or an equivalent that demonstrates their ability to benefit from the program.
Bennett / Stellar University makes a substantial effort to supply prospective students with as much detail regarding its programs via sales literature and school website. In addition to this, prospective student are asked to contact the school for a consultation phone interview prior to registration. This interview will help inform us of how the prospective student intends to use the skills taught in the course, helps the prospective student get a more personal understanding of the material, how the material is presented, and determine how the training will personally benefit them. For those students planning to attend these seminars for personal enrichment, the consultation is designed to help them get in touch with, and clarify the issues they intend to address in the course.
When a prospective student requests to register for one of the programs, as much information at time of registration should be obtained from the student as to fill the out completely the BSU Admissions form (see BSU Admissions Form). Any information not obtained on the initial registration shall be filled out on the first day of class. Any questions the student might have to the content and benefits of the program should be addressed at the time of initial registration. A student should have a good use of both speaking and understanding the English language.
Enrollment agreements should be filled out and signed by an authorized representative of the school and the student prior to the start of the program.
Acceptable Student Conduct, Dismissal and Readmission Policies
It is to the advantage of the student to come to the courses with an open mind and desire to learn and participate. Students are expected to treat other students with respect, and remember that anything discussed in the course is confidential and may not be discussed with anyone outside of the training.
The School reserves the right to terminate any student who fails to show satisfactory use of the skills presented; maliciously destroys or damages School property; engages in unlawful or conduct contrary to the interest of the School, or conduct that reflects poorly or discredits the School, or for nonpayment of tuition.
If a terminated student has prepaid courses, the refund policy will reflect any compensation due to the student for unused class time.
A terminated student may be readmitted if the director is convinced no further incidents will occur. A student will be terminated and not be readmitted if found to have violated another student's confidentiality.
Each student attending any of the seminars offered would be taught the skills that will enable them to either make dramatic personal strides in their life and/or become a proficient and highly effective practitioner of the skills presented. Should a student and/or instructor feel that the student is not learning the material presented, the student may withdraw from the course. The refund policy will reflect any compensation due to the student for unused class time. A student previously dismissed for unsatisfactory progress may reenter at a future date, if they feel they can now successfully complete the program.