|Policies | Student Commitment To Excellence|
Reach The Nations Kingdom College students should exhibit a commitment to excellence in every area of life, striving to reach a level of maturity that enables God to entrust them with the calling to which He has appointed them. To maintain good standing, each student is expected to commit to pursue a standard of a Lifestyle of Excellence.
Our Student Commitment to Excellence
∑ Devote time daily in God's presence through intense prayer, the Word of God and worship
∑ Pursue academic excellence and integrity
∑ Cultivate positive social relationships
∑ Live in ways that promote peace and edify the body of Christ
∑ Exercise good citizenship and stewardship
∑ Daily pursue opportunities to win souls to Christ and demonstrate His love
∑ Conduct oneself in moral, ethical, and spiritual purity according to God's Word
∑ Abide by established School of Ministry standards, including dress code and attendance policies, and help others by example to abide by these same standards.
Note: The School of Ministry reserves the right to dismiss or discipline a student any time such action is deemed necessary to uphold the School's spiritual, academic, and moral standards.
Standard of Conduct:
Students will seek to walk in Kingdom character and power as children of light pleasing the Lord in every good work (Ephesians 5:1-12). This standard governs our personal and public life
Students are expected to attend classes regularly and punctually. During any course, the maximum number of absences permitted is two (2) days. Students are allowed one excused absence and one non-excused absence per course. Exceptions to this policy will be made only for extreme circumstances and emergencies. Scheduled Fire Conferences will count as two (2) absences if not attended. Three absences per course will result in the student's withdrawal from the course.
A student is tardy if arrival to class is more than 20 minutes late than the announced start time. All students are encouraged to arrive early for fellowship and prayer before each class. After the third tardy per course, it will be counted as an absence. After the third absence for the course in session, the student will be required to withdraw from the course.
Students that withdraw may continue to attend by auditing the class, but will not receive credit and must follow the auditing a class guidelines.
Discipline of Students:
The freedom of the RTNKC environment requires a high level of self-management. Any student struggling to make wise choices will receive quick and direct admonition, which is designed to help draw out the greatness within the student. Our staff is empowered to apply strength and grace in whichever areas necessary of students' lives.
Any student who wishes to withdraw from Reach The Nations Kingdom College should arrange an appointment with the President/Provost to discuss the reasons for withdrawal. This promotes our culture of honor, integrity and maturity which is part of the commitment to excellence.
The commitment to excellence includes good financial stewardship. Although RTNKC does not charge tuition at this time, students are expected to pay registrations according to the payment schedule, and set a base for kingdom investments which are taken in every class.
Reach The Nations Kingdom College is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education. The School of Ministry does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs (if available), and other School of Ministry administered programs and activities.
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