Consumer Disclosures

Naaleh College Student Consumer Information

Naaleh College

Governing Body

Beis Midrash of Queens, Inc.

Beis Midrash of Queens is a registered 501c3 non-profit charitable and educational organization, founded in 1982 by Rabbi Dr. Harold J. Reichman.

History, Licensure and Accreditation

Naaleh College was founded in 2011, achieved state licensure in 2012, and achieved institutional accreditation in 2018.

Naaleh College is authorized in all 50 states of the United States

Naaleh College was founded in November 2011, and is licensed by the Commission for Independent Education of the Florida Dept. of Education.

Additional information regarding Naaleh College may be obtained by contacting:

Commission for Independent Education
325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
Telephone: (888) 224.6684

Naaleh College has been approved by the State of Florida to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education.

Naaleh College is Accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is listed by the US Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency, and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

DEAC Student Achievement Disclosure for the Public

Naaleh College Contact Information

Our Address

16375 N.E. 18th Avenue, Suite 304
North Miami Beach, FL 33162
USA

Administrative Office Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday

Offices are closed on legal and Jewish holidays

Administrative Staff

Rabbi Harold Reichman, PhD

President

RabbiReichman@naalehcollege.edu

Tzipora Klaver

Vice President and Director

director@naalehcollege.edu

Chana Prero, MA

Dean

chana.prero@naalehcollege.edu

Rabbi Hillel Rudolph, MA

Educational Director

hillel.rudolph@naalehcollege.edu

Talia Belsky

Financial Administrator

financial.office@naalehcollege.edu

Ruth Wacks

Registrar

registrar@naalehcollege.edu

Devora Weisberger

Bursar

bursar@naalehcollege.edu

Chaya Ochs

Director of Student Services

student.services@naalehcollege.edu

Message from the President

Naaleh means “let us ascend.” We chose this name because we believe education is the key to advancement and success in all areas of life. By offering affordable programs in an online format, we strive to assist our students in the attainment of the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue a lucrative and enjoyable career. Our expert faculty and lecturers interact weekly with each student. The combination of an affordable program in a convenient format and caring faculty helps make earning a college degree an attainable goal for our students. 

 

Naaleh College is an outgrowth of Naaleh.com, a free educational website hosting thousands of videos on a variety of topics within the realm of Judaic Studies. Naaleh.com currently has over 30,000 members signed up accessing inspirational, in-depth classes from around the world. After five years as a free educational resource, the Naaleh Board of Directors recognized that students would gain by studying within the structure of an academic environment and that many of our students were interested in professional studies in a variety of fields. In November 2011, Naaleh College was born to serve that need.  

Naaleh College Mission Statement

Naaleh College is dedicated to providing affordable, accessible, universal education with the goal of professional employment and personal development. The institution is able to make education accessible by offering courses online, via distance education. Naaleh College believes that education is the key to personal growth and success, and that students should be imbued with professional skills together with moral development and education for values. The values Naaleh College hopes to impart to students are G-d’s instructions for humanity as expressed in His revelation of the Torah.

Our Goals

Academic Goals

Students demonstrate depth of knowledge required for a degree, as identified by its program outcomes.

***

Students develop creative and critical thinking skills, allowing students to analyze issues, evaluate ideas, and apply solutions.

***

Students gain skills to continue learning, including self-management and the ability to research new topics.

Ethical Goals

Students utilize ethical reasoning to evaluate dilemmas and behaviors in order to act with integrity.

Economic Goal

Graduates of Naaleh College will enter professional life without prohibitive debt.

Professional Goals

Graduates develop the skills to be successful in the workforce.

Religious Identity Statement

Naaleh College is an Orthodox Jewish institution, guided by the fundamental beliefs of Orthodox Judaism as taught in the Torah, which includes the written Jewish Bible and the Oral Torah, also known as halacha.  Among the core values are the belief in the Divinity of the Torah.

Beliefs which guide Naaleh College are:

  • The belief in One Omnipotent G-d
  • The belief in G-d’s Providence and involvement in our world
  • G-d has demands upon us to live moral and ethical lives, as expressed in the Torah. The Torah contains His directives for the human race.

These beliefs are further expounded in the Thirteen Principles of Faith presented by Maimonides.

Disclosure Statement

Naaleh College is a privately owned post-secondary school, which does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age, disability, or national origin. Even though Naaleh College is open to all students regardless of their personal religious beliefs,   we expect all students and faculty to respect the values of the Jewish tradition. Students and faculty should be of good moral character, as defined by the student and employee codes of conduct.

Admissions Policy

How to Apply

  1. Complete Naaleh College Application
  2. Collect the necessary documents
  3. Submit all application materials to registrar@naalehcollege.edu
  4. Applicants will be interviewed by College Academic Department.

Admission Requirements

  1. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
  2. Application materials meet College Admissions Standards.
  3. Applicants accepted to the Judaic Studies Program must take a placement exam or submit proof of having satisfactorily completed at least one year of post-high school study of Judaic Studies.
  4. Applicants who require accommodations for disabilities must follow the Disability Services Procedure stated in the catalog.

International Students Admissions Policy

International students must submit a valid high school diploma or college transcripts from their native country. Students may need to use an international evaluation service such as World Education Services (www.wes.org) to translate and/or evaluate their previous education.

International students must demonstrate English proficiency using ONE of the following:

1

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

  • 550 or higher (paper based test)
  • 71 or higher (Internet based test)
2

IELTS (International English Language Test)

6.5 or higher

3

Official transcript indicating completion of at least 30 semester hours of credit with an average grade of B or higher at an appropriately accredited college or university where the language of instruction was English.

4

Verified certificate of CEFR standard English proficiency, with a minimum of B1 level for Judaic Studies and B2 for Computers from Tracktest. https://tracktest.eu

Application Review Process

Applicants are notified via email with an acceptance letter or a denial of acceptance letter.

A copy of the Enrollment Agreement along with instructions for signing and returning the agreement is sent with the acceptance letter. Students must sign and return the Enrollment Agreement prior to registering for the first class. If an applicant is not accepted, all monies paid are refunded to the applicant, with the exception of the application fee.

Non-matriculation

All new students begin as non-matriculated students until they have earned 18 credits.

Facilities & Technology Requirements

Naaleh College is located in North Miami Beach Florida at 16375 N.E. 18th Street Avenue, in The Baylee Executive Center, less than one mile from the intersection of NE 163rd Street and US Highway 1. Naaleh College is housed in Suite 304, with a separate entrance identified for students and visitors.

All courses offered through Naaleh College are offered online. Students must meet the following Computer Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows 7 Pro 64-bit or newer
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Intel® i5 or i7 Quad-Core or Xeon Ivy Bridge or newer processors
  • 3.0 GHz or greater processor speed
  • 16GB Memory or greater
  • 500GB Hard Drive or greater
  • Wireless Network Adapter
  • Adobe Flash version 9 or above
  • Web camera
  • Microsoft Office 2016 or above, or a subscription to Microsoft Office 365
  • Adobe Reader version 7 or above

Adequate access to tech resources is the key to student success in an online learning environment.

Program Offerings

Degree Type Program Title Delivery
Associate Degree
Computer Information
Online
Bachelor Degree Judaic Studies Online
Bachelor Degree Computer Information Management Online

Tuition and Fees

Application Fee

one-time nonrefundable
$25

Registration Fee

per semester nonrefundable
$75

Credit Hour Price

per credit
$300

Textbooks

Per course
Student responsibility (approx $80 per textbook)

Proctor/Testing

per course
Student responsibility ($25-$30 per final exam)

Additional Fees

Late Registration Fee

per semester
$50

Optional Lab Fee

per credit
$500

Total Program Costs

Associate Degree

Computer Information

60 Credits

Total Cost: $18,150
Read More

Bachelor Degree

Judaic Studies

120 Credits

Total Cost: $36,150
Read More

Bachelor Degree

Computer Information Management

120 Credits

Total Cost: $36,150
Read More

Projected Total Educational Costs to Students - by Degree

Associate Degree

Computer Information

Total Program Cost

Application Fee (Non-refundable) $25.00
Registration Fee (One time, non-refundable) $75.00
Tuition: $900 × 20 (Number of courses) $ 18,000.00
Total Program Price $18,150.00

OTHER COSTS (paid by student directly to providers)

Test/Proctoring Fees: $30/test x 10 testing courses – paid to ProctorU = $300.00

Approximate Textbook Cost: 20 x $80 = $1600.00

 

Bachelor Degree

Computer Information Management, Judaic Studies

Total Program Cost

Application Fee (Non-refundable) $25.00
Registration Fee (One time, non-refundable) $75.00
Tuition: $900 × 40 (Number of courses) $ 36,000.00
Total Program Price $36,150.00

OTHER COSTS (paid by student directly to providers)

Approximate Textbook Cost: 40 x $80 = $3,200.00

Approximate Testing Fees: $300

Financial Assistance

Need Based Financial Assistance

At Naaleh College, we believe that anyone should be given the opportunity of an excellent education, regardless of financial status. Need-based tuition reductions are offered to eligible students upon submission of two years of income tax returns. Our Financial Assistance Department reviews the returns, and based on income and household size, and any extenuating circumstances that may increase expenses significantly for the household, determines how much a student can afford. Level of education may play a role if the applicant is seeking a first degree. We offer up to a 50% reduction of tuition. Students who wish to apply for a need-based scholarship should contact financial.office@naalehcollege.edu to submit their tax returns and scholarship application form.

Merit Based Financial Assistance

General Academic Scholarship

Naaleh College appreciates the value of hard work and academic accomplishment.  A student with a combined SAT score of 1300 (Verbal + Mathematics score) or above is eligible for a 50% reduction of tuition.  Academic Scholarships are limited to students who are pursuing their first degree. Students who wish to apply for a general academic scholarship should submit official score reports to registrar@naalehcollege.edu.

Jewish Educator Scholarship

Naaleh College salutes the dedicated professionals working as educators in Jewish educational institutions. The Jewish Educator Scholarship is available to Jewish educational professionals who are currently teaching at a Jewish educational institution, and who have been employed as educators in Jewish educational institutions for at least three years. Applicants must submit a letter of employment from their current employers confirming that the applicant is currently working as an educator in a Jewish educational institution and stating the years they have been employed as Jewish educators. Scholarships of up to 30% discount from full tuition are awarded on a course-by-course basis, based on availability.
Students who wish to apply for a Jewish Educator scholarship should submit documentation to registrar@naalehcollege.edu.

Naaleh Staff

As a gesture of appreciation to our staff and faculty members, Naaleh College waives all tuition for staff or faculty members who wish to study at Naaleh.  A 50% discount of tuition is awarded to dependents of staff or faculty members.

Talmud Fellowships

Talmud Fellowships are awarded to students with superior Talmud scholarship. Students who are awarded this scholarship have graduated from a yeshiva high school, have studied 150 folios of Talmud, and demonstrated proficiency based on high grades. Depending on availability, Talmud Fellows are awarded up to 28% off of tuition, or $216 per credit instead of $300 per credit.

Dean's Scholarship

This unique scholarship is awarded to a limited number of students, who have completed at least one semester at Naaleh College and have demonstrated high achievement and strong academic performance.

Dean’s Scholars receive a significant tuition reduction, paying only $300 per 3-credit course or $100 per credit.

Recipients of the Dean’s Scholarship commit to completing their degree and graduating from Naaleh College.  Dean’s Scholars who withdraw from Naaleh College without completing their degrees will be retroactively charged full tuition for all courses they have taken at Naaleh, and will need to repay all scholarship monies to the institution.   No Leave of Absences are extended to Dean’s Scholars.

Dean’s Scholarships are limited to students who are pursuing their first degree.

Disclaimer:

Failure to uphold some terms of scholarships may result in students being retroactively charged full tuition for courses.

All scholarships and financial assistance packages refer to tuition fees only. There is no reduction for other fees or textbooks. All scholarship awards are at the discretion of the institution.

Non-matriculating and auditing students may not be eligible to apply for scholarships.

Some scholarships are limited to students pursuing their first degree.

Naaleh College does not offer discounts on tuition.

Tuition Refund Policy & Procedures

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

Should a student be terminated or cancel for any reason, all refunds will be made according to the following refund schedule:

Non-refundable items – Testing/Proctoring Fees, Application and Registration Fees, Lab Supplies, Software/Technology, and Books. Nonrefundable fees regarding admission and registration of students shall not exceed $150.

If Naaleh College does not offer a class that students have registered and paid for, Naaleh will refund the cost of the course to students. If students choose to withdraw from a course, their tuition refund depends on the date they withdraw from the course. Withdrawal dates and refunds are printed below:

1

Cancellation may be requested by phone, in person, via email, or via postal services.

2

All monies are be refunded if the student cancels within five (5) business days after signing the Enrollment Agreement and making initial payment, with the exception of the application fee.

3

If the school does not accept the applicant, all monies will be refunded with the exception of the application fee.

4

Cancellation after the fifth business day, but before the first class, will result in a refund of all monies paid with the exception of the application and registration fees.

5

Cancellation after attendance has begun, through 40% completion of the program, will result in a Pro Rata refund computed on the number of hours completed to the total program hours. Cancellation after completing more than 40% of the program will result in no refund.

6

Termination date: the termination date for refund computation purposes is the last date of actual attendance by the student unless earlier written notice is received. Actual attendance is measured by date of last communication between student and school representative or instructor.

7

Students who cancel their enrollment before having completed full payment for a course, will have their tuition recalculated and their pro-rata refund deducted from the full tuition price.  Student will complete payment of tuition owed after the recalculation, as per the payment schedule.

8

Refunds will be made within 30 days of receipt of Cancellation Notice.

9

Students who cancel their enrollment after paying in full, but are not eligible for a refund, are entitled to retain access to the online courses they paid for as well as receive any applicable course materials.

10

A student can be dismissed, at the discretion of the Director, for insufficient progress, nonpayment of costs, or failure to comply with rules. Students who are dismissed will be
refunded as per the college refund schedule.

11

If the school terminates a program for any reason, and the school is unable to meet its commitments to teach-out students from the program, those who have paid will receive a 100% refund on monies paid to the school.

12

For a student who is on a leave of absence, the termination date is the date the student was scheduled to return from the leave of absence and failed to do so.

Refund Schedule: Summer Term

Amount of Coursework Completed by Student Percentage of tuition returned to the student:
After one week  of an 8 week online course 87.5%
After two weeks  of an 8 week online course 75%
After three weeks  of an 8 week online course 62.5%
After four weeks  of an 8 week online course 0%

Refund Calculation Example – Summer

$900 Paid in Tuition
Amount of Coursework Completed by Student Percentage of tuition returned to the student Amount of tuition returned to the student
After one week of an 8 week online course 87.5% $787.50
After two weeks  of an 8 week online course 75% $675.00
After three weeks  of an 8 week online course 62.5% $562.50
After four weeks  of an 8 week online course 0% $0.00

Student Identity Verification Policy

Naaleh College takes measures to assure that students’ identity is verified and only the individual who was accepted and is enrolled in the college has access to course materials, proctored examinations, and grade reports.
Student identity is verified during the application process by submitting a copy of a valid government-issued photo identification document, such as a driver’s license or passport. In addition a phone or web-conferencing interview help the Admissions personnel to confirm that personal identifying information is accurate, through informal discussion and verification of personal details.
When a student applies to Naaleh College s/he receives a unique login and password. Course content and and online gradebooks can only be accessed when the student logs into the website with his/her individual username and password. Prior to sharing information with a student on the phone, the student is asked to provide identifying information.
Naaleh College courses are designed with various measures to ensure student identity. Each week, students participate asynchronously in an online lecture / conversation session. The instructors schedule a phone call with each student at least twice a semester. During these phone calls, the instructor and student discuss the course, student progress, and any pertinent questions or concerns.
Many courses culminate with a proctored exam. The exams are proctored through ProctorU, an online proctoring service which is widely used by various institutes of higher education. ProctorU personnel use legal photo IDs as well as publicly available information to verify the student’s identity before giving the student access to the proctored exam.
The best indicator of student identity is the way Naaleh College assignments are designed. Many assignments require students to apply the new content knowledge to their personal situations. When completing these assignments, students use their own “voice”. As teachers read and respond to students on a weekly basis, teachers get to know each students’ “voice”. With a small number of faculty members, faculty teach multiple
classes and often teach students in more than one class. Therefore, the faculty and students develop a relationship with faculty recognizing each students’ “voice.”

Student Conduct Policy

Naaleh College is a religious institution. Students behaving in a manner that offends other students and their religious beliefs may be disciplined or expelled. Unprofessional conduct that might discredit the school will be subject to termination of any student. The school reserves the right to terminate any student for one or more of the following:

  • Non-compliance, or failure, to abide by school rules
  • Unbecoming conduct
  • Offending religious sensitivities of other students or of institution
  • Use of drugs or narcotics of any kind, alcohol abuse
  • Excessive absences
  • Failure to pay school fees / tuition
  • Cheating, stealing, plagiarism
  • Sexual Harassment of another student, or of school personnel
  • Harassment of any kind (Intimidation/Discrimination)
  • Verbal or physical violence
  • Use of abusive language, or profanity
  • Willful destruction of school property, or another student's property
  • Failure to maintain required academic progress
  • Insubordination to faculty or staff

Academic Engagement Policy

Academic Engagement Requirements:

Students are responsible for all material taught in a course. This includes material taught via lecture, interactive class session, or discussion board. Assignments must be submitted on time. The teacher may reduce the grade for an assignment as penalty for discussion posts or work submitted late. Graded work that receives below a 70% will require a discussion with the instructor.

Instructor Interaction:

Instructor’s interact with students via the Learning Management System, during weekly Office Hours, and via phone and email.

Office Hours: 

Instructors offer up to two hours per week to meet with students live. The office hours are posted on the course homepage as well as in the syllabus. These sessions  take place either via conference call, or online via web conferencing. Additionally, students may email the professor directly. Every professor informs students of his/her email address and any other contact information of their choice, and responds within 24-hours, unless it is a holiday or weekend. Students may post general questions or comments in the appropriate venue within the course.

Assignment Submission Policy

All assigned coursework should be submitted in the format outlined, unless the student has received prior approval. This includes but is not limited to forum postings, projects, and instructor emails. Each assignment must be submitted by its due date. Assignments submitted late may be subject to partial credit, or in some cases not accepted as determined by the course instructor. All assignments should be submitted prior to the end of course date. Students who fail to submit all coursework by semester end will be issued a Fail (F) for the course. If special circumstances require an extension for submitting coursework past the end of the semester, students may request an extension and be issued an Incomplete grade. For information on requesting an extension and earning an Incomplete grade, refer to the Incomplete Grade Policy.

Instructors have the option to modify the Naaleh College Assignment Submission policy. If an instructor chooses to modify the Naaleh College Assignment Submission policy, the instructor is required to inform students of the policy during the first week of class. The default policy for late work is as follows:

Faculty and staff of Naaleh College realize that emergencies do occur. If a student knows that he/she will be unable to complete an assignment by the due date, he/she is to contact the instructor PRIOR to the due date. Early contact is best, as plans can be made to keep the student from falling behind, and ensure the highest possible grade.

Leave Of Absence

Students may request a Leave of Absence (LOA) for up to one calendar year. To request a LOA, the student submits the Leave of Absence form to the Registrar. Included in the request is the expected date of return. The Registrar maintains contact with the student during the LOA to monitor the student’s plans to return to studies.

Student Grievance Policy

  • Any student who has a grievance with the school or an instructor should first discuss the problem with the instructor or Dean of Students.
  • If a resolution is not reached, the student should make a written complaint and submit it to the school director asking for a written response.
  • When a satisfactory resolution of the problem is not obtained, the student may contact
     

    Commission for Independent Education 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414
    Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
    Telephone: (888) 224-6684

  • Out‐of‐State Distance Education students, who have completed the internal institutional grievance process and the applicable state grievance process, may appeal non‐instructional complaints to the FL‐SARAPRDEC Council. For additional information on the complaint process, please visit the FL‐SARA Complaint Process page: http://www.fldoe.org/sara/complaint-process.stml

  • Students may also contact the Distance Education Accrediting Commission, regarding their complaint:

    DEAC
    1101 17th Street NW, Suite 808
    Washington, D.C. 20036
    Tel: 202.234.5100

Student Complaint Procedure

Naaleh College aims to provide a high quality service to all students. The student complaint procedure consists of a straightforward and informal method of resolving student concerns, with an option of a more formal, written procedure in cases where all efforts for resolutions have been attempted. 

The following procedure is intended for complaints about service, support, or assistance provided by academic, administrative or support departments. Complaints can be of academic matters such as instruction methodology or supervision arrangements or nonacademic matters such as IT support, university services, policies etc. 

Complaints and appeals relating to the appeal process for policies and violations and academic appeals will not be considered under this procedure. In such instances, the student should refer to the appeals process as outlined in this catalog. The complaints procedure depends upon the ability to collect appropriate information from all parties involved, therefore anonymous complaints are not normally considered. All information submitted to Naaleh College while a student complaint is under investigation shall be treated as confidential and will only be available to the appropriate/involved parties. It is equally important that the student also respect the need for confidentiality throughout the complaint process. Students who submit a complaint should be aware that complete confidentiality cannot always be guaranteed if effective action is to be taken. Where a complaint is in reference to a specific individual, the complaint cannot be investigated if the student does not wish the allegation to be made known to that individual. 

Informal Student Complaint Procedure 

  1. A student should initially discuss concern(s) with those directly responsible. If the student is not comfortable or willing to approach that person, the student’s Faculty Advisor or appropriate staff member may be approached. When possible, student complaints should be resolved during this initial and informal stage without the need to resort to formal proceedings. 
  2. If the complaint is in reference to an issue relating to a specific staff or faculty member, the student should raise the concern with that person either orally or in writing. 
  3. If a student is dissatisfied with an issue that relates to a specific staff member or a policy that the student is not willing to raise with that person, the student should present his/her concerns orally or in writing to any staff member. At this stage, student complaints will be responded to within five (5) business days. 
  4. If the student completes the above procedure and believes that the complaint was not resolved to the standard which could reasonably be expected from the College, he/she may opt to proceed to the formal student complaint procedure which is outlined below. 

 

Formal Student Complaint Procedure When a student believes that the complaint has not been resolved to his/her satisfaction, or if the student wishes to present the complaint formally, the student is encouraged to submit the complaint on the Official Student Complaint Form to the School Director. 

  1. The student complaint form is available online through the website, or by contacting the Student Services Department at student.services@naalehcollege.edu. 
  2. The School Director will either personally investigate the complaint or formally appoint a designee with no prior involvement in the matter to undertake the investigation. 
  3. The School Director or designee will undertake the investigation with the intention of arriving at a solution that is acceptable to all parties involved. He/she may consult with the student or other persons as appropriate. The student will be advised in writing within 30 days of the receipt of the Student Complaint Form of the outcome of their complaint and of any consequential action to be taken. This will include a summary of the reasons for the decision. 
  4. A copy of the letter to the student will be kept in a confidential student complaint file to be securely maintained at the College. 
  5. When a satisfactory resolution of the problem is not obtained, the student may contact Commission for Independent Education 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400 Telephone: (888) 224-6684 
  6. Out‐of‐State Distance Education students, who have completed the internal institutional grievance process and the applicable state grievance process, may appeal non‐instructional complaints to the FL‐SARAPRDEC Council. For additional information on the complaint process, please visit the FL‐SARA Complaint Process page: http://www.fldoe.org/sara/ complaint-process.stml 
  7. Students may also contact the Distance Education Accrediting Commission, DEAC, regarding their complaint:

DEAC

1101 17th Street NW, Suite 808

Washington, D.C. 20036

202.234.5100 Tel

Discrimination, Hazing, and Assault Policy

  • The school supports federal and state laws which prohibit discrimination against any person because of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital status, or status with regard to public assistance.
  • The school prohibits and will not tolerate discriminatory practices, harassment, hazing or assault of anyone connected to the school’s community.
  • Sexual harassment of employees is prohibited under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Sexual harassment of students is prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
    Assault is the commission of an act with the intent to cause fear in another or immediate bodily harm or death, or the intentional infliction or attempt to inflict bodily harm upon another. Sexual assault is forced sexual activity without the expressed consent of both parties.

Student Privacy and Disclosure Protection Policy - FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) afford eligible students certain rights with respect to their education records. (An “eligible student” under FERPA is a student who is 18 years of age or older or who attends a postsecondary institution.) These rights include:

1

The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days after the day Naaleh College receives a request for access. A student should submit to the registrar, dean, head of the academic department, or other appropriate official, a written request that identifies the record(s) the student wishes to inspect. The school official will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the school official to whom the request was submitted, that official shall advise the student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed.

2

The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the student believes is inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA.
A student who wishes to ask the school to amend a record should write the school official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record the student wants changed, and specify why it should be changed. If the school decides not to amend the record as requested, the school will notify the student in writing of the decision and the student’s right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing.

3

The right to provide written consent before the university discloses personally identifiable information (PII) from the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.
The school discloses education records without a student’s prior written consent under the FERPA exception for disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by Naaleh College in an administrative, supervisory, academic, research, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff); a person serving on the board of trustees; or a student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee. A school official also may include a volunteer or contractor outside of Naaleh College who performs an institutional service of function for which the school would otherwise use its own employees and who is under the direct control of the school with respect to the use and maintenance of PII from education records, such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent or a student volunteering to assist another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibilities for Naaleh College.
Upon request, the school also discloses education records without consent to officials of another school in which a student seeks or intends to enroll. Naaleh College will make a reasonable attempt to notify each student of these disclosures unless the school states in its annual notification that it intends to forward records on request.

4

The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Naaleh College to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202

See the list below of the disclosures that postsecondary institutions may make without consent.
FERPA permits the disclosure of PII from students’ education records, without consent of the student, if the disclosure meets certain conditions found in §99.31 of the FERPA regulations. Except for disclosures to school officials, disclosures related to some judicial orders or lawfully issued subpoenas, disclosures of directory information, and disclosures to the student, §99.32 of FERPA regulations requires the institution to record the disclosure. Eligible students have a right to inspect and review the record of disclosures. A postsecondary institution may disclose PII from the education records without obtaining prior written consent of the student –
To other school officials, including teachers, within Naaleh College whom the school has determined to have legitimate educational interests. This includes contractors, consultants, volunteers, or other parties to whom the school has outsourced institutional services or functions, provided that the conditions listed in §99.31(a)(1)(i)(B)(1) – (a)(1)(i)(B)(2) are met.(§99.31(a)(1))

  • To officials of another school where the student seeks or intends to enroll, or where the student is already enrolled if the disclosure is for purposes related to the student’s enrollment or transfer, subject to the requirements of §99.34. (§99.31(a)(2))
  • To authorized representatives of the U. S. Comptroller General, the U. S. Attorney General, the U.S. Secretary of Education, or State and local educational authorities, such as a State postsecondary authority that is responsible for supervising the university’s State-supported education programs. Disclosures under this provision may be made, subject to the requirements of §99.35, in connection with an audit or evaluation of Federal- or State-supported education programs, or for the enforcement of or compliance with Federal legal requirements that relate to those programs. These entities may make further disclosures of PII to outside entities that are designated by them as their authorized representatives to conduct any audit, evaluation, or enforcement or compliance activity on their behalf. (§§99.31(a)(3) and 99.35)
  • In connection with financial aid for which the student has applied or which the student has received, if the information is necessary to determine eligibility for the aid, determine the amount of the aid, determine the conditions of the aid, or enforce the terms and conditions of the aid. (§99.31(a)(4))
  • To organizations conducting studies for, or on behalf of, the school, in order to: (a) develop, validate, or administer predictive tests; (b) administer student aid programs; or (c) improve instruction. (§99.31(a)(6))
  • To accrediting organizations to carry out their accrediting functions. ((§99.31(a)(7))
  • To parents of an eligible student if the student is a dependent for IRS tax purposes. (§99.31(a)(8))
  • To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena. (§99.31(a)(9))
  • To appropriate officials in connection with a health or safety emergency, subject to §99.36. (§99.31(a)(10))
  • Information the school has designated as “directory information” under §99.37. (§99.31(a)(11))
  • To a victim of an alleged perpetrator of a crime of violence or a non-forcible sex offense, subject to the requirements of §99.39. The disclosure may only include the final results of the disciplinary proceeding with respect to that alleged crime or offense, regardless of the finding. (§99.31(a)(13))
  • To the general public, the final results of a disciplinary proceeding, subject to the requirements of §99.39, if the school determines the student is an alleged perpetrator of a crime of violence or non- forcible sex offense and the student has committed a violation of the school’s rules or policies with respect to the allegation made against him or her. (§99.31(a)(14))
  • To parents of a student regarding the student’s violation of any Federal, State, or local law, or of any rule or policy of the school, governing the use or possession of alcohol or a controlled substance if the school determines the student committed a disciplinary violation and the student is under the age of 21. (§99.31(a)(15))

Distance Education Disclosure

Naaleh College is a degree-granting institution, licensed through the Florida Department of Education Commission for Independent Education. The college offers all coursework via online offerings. Students log in to the college’s Learning Management System regularly to perform learning activities including watching videos, reading online resources, textbook reading, and interactive assignments. Regular contact with course instructors takes place via web meeting, email, and phone.

Language Disclosure

All courses offered at Naaleh College are taught in English. Some Judaic Studies courses above a 200 level require a degree of comfort with reading and understanding basic Hebrew. Students studying towards a degree in Judaic Studies must take a placement exam which will assess their knowledge of Hebrew and Judaic textual skill level. Some students will be required to take Hebrew I and II in order to enroll in higher level Judaic Courses.

Student Satisfaction Results

Students completing courses at Naaleh College were surveyed and responded as follows to satisfaction questions:

Did you achieve, or will you have achieved upon completion of your studies, the goals you had when you started this course or program? Would you recommend these studies to a friend? All things considered, were you satisfied with your studies with us?
Judaic Studies: 100% positive 100% positive 100% positive
General Education: 100% positive 100% positive 100% positive
Computer Information 96.5% positive 94% positive 96% positive

 

Course Numbering System

The first number indicates the grade level for the course and the last number indicates which semester one can expect the course to be offered. Courses that are part of a sequence usually have a 1 or a 2 as the third number and courses that are not part of a sequence often have a 0 to indicate that they may be offered equally between semesters. The second number identifies that course. Sequences generally have the same middle number but different end numbers. Those with higher middle numbers often indicate electives.

Course Enrollment and Withdrawal Policy

The Naaleh College Academic Calendar notes latest dates for students to withdraw from a course with or without a W. Enrollment in courses should take place one week before semester start; the last date a student can enroll in a course is the final date for Withdrawal with a W.

Grading System

Naaleh College uses the following grading scale:

A 94-100 4.0 Exceptional work
A- 90-93 3.7 Excellent
B+ 87-89 3.5 Very good
B 83-86 3.0 Meets expectations
B- 80-82 2.7 Average
C+ 77-79 2.5 Average
C 70-76 2.0 Average
D+ 67-69 1.3 Must retake course
D 63-66 1.0 Must retake course
D- 60-62 0.7 Must retake course
F Below 60 0.0 Failing

 

Students earning below a C must retake the class. If a student retakes a class, the full tuition will be assessed. All assignments are graded using standard grading rubrics.

Assignment Submission Policy

All assigned coursework should be submitted in the format outlined, unless the student has received prior approval. This includes but is not limited to forum postings, projects, and instructor emails. Each assignment has a due date to guide students in successful course completion. Any assignments submitted after that time will be considered late, as established by the Student Late Work Policy. Once an assignment is considered late it may be subject to partial credit or in some cases not accepted, as determined by the course instructor. All assignments should be submitted prior to the end of course date. If a student feels they will not be able to complete all assignments within that time frame, he / she may elect to take an incomplete in the course. For information on petitioning to receive an incomplete grade, refer to the Incomplete Grade Policy.

Student Late Work Policy

Instructors have the option to modify the Naaleh College Assignment Submission policy. If an instructor selects to modify the Naaleh College Assignment Submission policy, the instructor is required to inform students of the policy during the first week of class. The student late work policy of the instructor should be followed in all cases. This default late work policy is as follows:

Faculty and staff of Naaleh College realize that emergencies do occur. If a student knows that he/she will be unable to complete an assignment by the due date, he/she is to contact the instructor PRIOR to the due date. Early contact is best, as plans can be made to keep the student from falling behind, and ensure the highest possible grade. Without a prior emailed extension from the instructor, late work will be accepted up to one week after the due date for partial credit.

Incomplete Grade Policy

Students have the opportunity to petition to receive an incomplete grade if they are unable to complete course assignments by the end of the semester. To petition, students and faculty members review the assignments that are outstanding and the last date the student would be allowed to submit the assignments. The faculty member and student sign the Incomplete Grade Form (Appendix B) stating the details and the faculty member submits the form to the Registrar. Incomplete grades should be given only if students have a chance to complete the work within two weeks of the course end date. If work is not submitted two weeks after the end of the semester, then the teacher must contact the student to work out a plan for completing the work. All work must be submitted by the end of the following semester. Failure to do so changes the Incomplete to a Failing grade.

Unit of Credit

Naaleh College offers all degree programs on a semester credit hour basis with one contact hour equivalent to 15 lecture, 30 laboratory, and 45 externship hours. The credit measure is based upon outcomes of the course, not time input, with monitoring of time logged into a class, including streaming or downloading videos and/or working on tests and quizzes. A semester is defined as sixteen weeks of instruction, learning experience, and out of class assignments.

The following table outlines the number of credits required for graduation from each program offered at Naaleh College:

Program General Education Credits Required Major Credits Elective Credits Total Credits
Software and Development 15 24 21 60
Computer Programming and Technology 30 33 57 120
Judaic Studies 45 30 or 43 45 or 32 120

 

Standards for Satisfactory Progress in a Course

The minimum standards considered for satisfactory progress in a course or program for credit earned and to graduate are:

  • Eighty percent (80%) participation in online discussion board
  • Completion of all tests and assignments at 70% or better
  • Final grades and student evaluations are issued at the end of each semester
  • A student must maintain a CGPA of 2.0

Proctored Exams

Many courses culminate with a final exam, which is proctored using ProctorU, an online proctoring service. The ProctorU service is modeled after the in-classroom experience. ProctorU uses specific protocol for identity validation, including having students show an official ID.

ProctorU proctors monitor the students through audio and video connections and employ screen-sharing technology that allows the proctor to view the student’s computer screen during the exam session.
 
Proctored exams are spread out within the program, with some lower level and some upper level courses requiring proctored exams. This ensures that students throughout the program will be properly identified. Standard general education courses such as algebra, introductory technology courses, and social science courses also require proctored exams. Many courses that require a final require students to complete the final exam with ProctorU. 

Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress in a Program (SAP)

Naaleh College students are responsible for knowing their own academic standing within their specific program. An important evaluation for student’s academic standing is the Satisfactory Academic Progress

Naaleh College breaks down satisfactory academic progress into two areas: progress through a course and progress through a program.

SAP through a program requirements contain 3 elements: Maximum Time Frame, Cumulative GPA and Pace of Completion.

1

Maximum Time Frame

Students enrolled fulltime in the associate degree program are expected to graduate within 2 years at normal time and 3 years within a 150% time-frame to demonstrate satisfactory academic progress. Fulltime students in the bachelor degree programs are expected to graduate within 4 years at normal time and 6 years within a 150% time-frame to demonstrate satisfactory academic progress. Part time students are expected to graduate in 4 years for the associate degree program and within 9 years for the bachelors degree programs to demonstrate satisfactory academic progress.

2

Cumulative minimum Grade Point Averages (CGPA)

Students must maintain a CGPA of 2.00 to be considered within SAP. Those with lower than a CGPA of 2.00 at the bi-annual SAP evaluation point, will be placed on academic probation.

3

Pace of Completion

Students must successfully pass 65% of all courses attempted. Those who have not will be placed on Academic probation. SAP Reviews Evaluation of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) through a program of all students is completed after the Fall and Spring Semesters. Students who fail to meet SAP requirements are notified and informed of the appeal process. Those that fail to meet SAP requirements are placed on academic probation.  The following information is recorded in the SAP excel spreadsheet: name, if a student is full time/part time, pace requirement (whether the student passed 2/3 of his or her courses this semester, CGPA (cumulative grade point average), time frame, whether the student is within SAP or not, and whether a response is necessary. SAP through a course involves discussion board posts, assignment submissions and grades.

  1. Discussion Board: Students must post each week. Student who misses two consecutive weeks will be contacted by the instructor.
  2. Assignments: Students must submit assignments on time. Students who fail to submit assignments on time will be contacted by the instructor.
  3. Grades: Students must receive a 70% or higher to be considered progressing satisfactorily through the course.

SAP Appeals and Probation Students may appeal if unusual and/or mitigating circumstances affected academic progress. Such circumstances may include a severe illness or injury to the student or an immediate family member, the death of a student’s relative, student military service activation or other circumstances as deemed appropriate for consideration by the Dean. To appeal, the student must submit a letter and supporting documentation to the Dean. These must explain in detail why the student failed to meet the minimum academic standards, what unusual and/or mitigating circumstances contributed to the failure and how their situation has changed to allow the student to meet SAP requirements by the next calculation. Submit appeals to the SAP Appeals Committee care of: registrar@naalehcollege.edu Appeals are reviewed within 15 working days of receipt of all required documentation. You will be notified by email if the above timeframe is revised during peak processing times. Students with an approved SAP Appeal will be removed from academic probation. Those whose appeals have been denied will remain on academic probation.

Academic Probation

  • A student who does not maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (CGPA) or drops below 1.5 GPA for any term will be placed on academic probation for the next term.
  • The student will also be given extra assistance in an effort to reach the expected level of performance.
  • Students will be evaluated at the mid-term and end of term to assess progress.
  • Students meeting the standards for satisfactory academic progress at the end of the probationary term will return to satisfactory status.
  • Students who do not meet the standards for satisfactory academic progress at the end of the probationary term are withdrawn.
  • Students have the right to appeal any decision for withdrawal.

Dismissal

Unprofessional conduct, which might discredit the school, will be subject to dismissal of the student. The school reserves the right to terminate a student as follows:

  • A student placed on Probation who fails to meet the Standards and Requirements set forth by the school and agreed to by the student will be dismissed.
  • Students who are terminated for Academic, Attendance, or Conduct reasons as defined in this Catalog will not receive a refund of tuition monies paid.

Academic Dismissal

  • At the end of probation, a student must have brought his/her grade point average to a CGPA of 2.0. If this does not occur, the student will be dismissed from Naaleh College.
  • The student has a right to appeal the decision to the school director. The appeal should be submitted in writing within one week of the dismissal.

Naaleh College Statement of Ethics

The goal of higher education is to promote knowledge and to help students attain their deeply held aspirations. To accomplish these goals, ethical conduct and consideration of others is required.

Violations

At Naaleh College, we expect our student body maintain a strong honor code throughout their academic career at the college. This honor code begins from the very outset of their engagement with Naaleh College. Falsifying information on admission documents will be classified as a violation of the integrity policy. All forms of academic dishonesty such as cheating, plagiarism, and misrepresentation are violations of academic integrity standards.

Definitions

Cheating includes copying from another’s work, or exam. Violations include facilitating cheating by divulging exam information to other students for them to cheat.
Plagiarism refers to the presenting work of another as one’s own i.e. not attributing the idea or statement to the rightful author. Any source which a student uses in an assignment, whether in a paper or even in a discussion post, must be properly cited. This includes electronic sources as well. Plagiarism includes submitting the same assignment to two teachers. Professors will be using Plagiarism checking technology such as PlagTracker.com or Plagiarisma.net to check student work and detect plagiarism.
Misrepresentation includes forgery of official academic documents, as well as presenting oneself as another student for the purposes of completing an assignment or taking an exam for another student. Work submitted must be completed by the student who submits the assignments, posts on the discussion board or hands in an exam.

DISCUSSING, REPORTING AND ADJUDICATING VIOLATIONS

Any form of academic dishonesty or inappropriate conduct that a faculty member discovers must be reported in directly to the Dean and will result in penalties ranging from a personal warning to dismissal from the College, depending on the nature and severity of the infraction. In the case of a first offense, faculty members have the option to allow students to re-do an assignment with a grade penalty. After a second infraction, the student will be placed on Academic Probation or dismissed from the College.

Grounds for Dismissal

  • Insufficient progress
  • Academic matters
  • Attendance
  • Failure to pay tuition fees
  • Failure to adhere to the Student Conduct Policy
  • Students who are terminated for failure to pay tuition fees as defined in catalog will not receive a refund of tuition paid
  • Students terminated for violation of the Student Conduct Policy as defined in the catalog will not receive a refund of tuition paid.

Graduation Requirements

A student enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program must declare his/her chosen major by the end of his/her sophomore year. A student enrolled in an associate’s degree program must declare his/her chosen major by the end of his/her third term at the college. During this time students are advised to take general education courses common to all programs. At the time a major is declared, each student will meet with a member of the administration to go over the courses already taken and plan out the course of study until graduation. Once a student feels s/he is ready to graduate, s/he must meet with a member of the administration again to go over his/her records to verify all requirements for graduation have been met. Once the student has met all requirements, s/he receives a signed form from the administrator declaring that s/he is eligible to graduate. This form will be submitted to the Bursar, who will confirm that the student does not owe any money to the college. The form is then submitted to office of the registrar, who will complete the necessary documents and diploma for graduation. To qualify for graduation, the student must have a minimum of 2.0 GPA overall.

Credit for Previous Education, Training, and Examinations

Students who have completed coursework at a different institution may submit a request to transfer credit. Transfer credit can be used to satisfy either a major or general education requirement or elective. To request transfer credit the following conditions must be met:

The final grade posted for each potential transfer course is a ‘C’ grade (or better).

The course work does not duplicate or overlap previous work.

No more than 90 credits for work done elsewhere may be counted toward a bachelor’s degree at Naaleh College, and no more than 45 credits for work done elsewhere may be counted towards an associate’s degree at Naaleh College.

Credit must originate from an institution that is accredited by an association recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Transcripts from International Schools must be accompanied by proof of official recognition. Judaic Studies courses may be transferred from faith-based institutions such as Yeshivot and seminaries.

Courses that are recognized for credit by other agencies such as ACE will be evaluated by the Dean on a case by case basis.

In order for approved transfer credit to be awarded, students must submit an official transcript that clearly indicates all of the following information for each course:

#

Course codes or numbers

Course titles or descriptions

Credit hour calculation

%

Final grades earned

Course credits earned

The official transcript should be submitted along with a Transfer Credit Request Form Coursework will only be evaluated for transfer credit once the student has registered at Naaleh College.

Faith-based (Yeshiva and Seminary) Program Credit Transfer:
Naaleh College’s extensive familiarity with Jewish faith-based programs provides the opportunity for students to transfer Judaic Studies credits ONLY from faith-based programs. These faith-based programs maintain a very rigorous schedule of study, where students often learn for 12 hours daily.

Language

Literature

Law

History

Philosophy

Ethics

Religion

Bible

Talmud

Tradition

Course Descriptions or Syllabi may be requested (Certain course titles are self-explanatory, such as Laws of Shabbos, but others may require submission of their course description to be validated.)

The official transcript should be submitted along with a Transfer Credit Request Form.
Coursework will only be evaluated for transfer credit once the student has registered at Naaleh College.

Exams:

Naaleh College accepts proficiency exams for transfer credit. These include but are not limited to:

  • Advanced Placement
  • ALEKS
  • DANTES
  • CLEP
  • StraighterLine
  • Sophia
  • NCCRS credit recommendation

Up to 25% of a student’s degree may be earned through proficiency examinations.

Applicants desiring to “place out” of any given course may take a placement exam, with the Dean’s approval. Students will not receive credit but may gain exemption from prerequisites.

Procedure for Transferring Credits:

To transfer credit, students should:

  • Submit Official Transcripts
  • Complete the Transfer Credit Request Form

Official transcripts can be submitted in either of the following methods:

  • E-transcripts – send to registrar@naalehcollege.edu
  • Sealed paper transcripts – deliver in-person or via mail to the Naaleh College address: 16375 N.E. 18th Avenue, Suite 304 North Miami Beach, FL 33162 Phone: (305) 944-0035 Fax: (305) 944-0335

Students may be required to submit course descriptions or syllabi to complete the transfer credit process.

For Students requesting a transcript from an international school:

Students are encouraged to purchase a third-party, course-by-course international transcript translation and evaluation service. Some examples of these services are:

Unofficial transcripts and all application documents must be received before class registration. Official transcripts must be submitted within 30 days of class start.

Transfer of Credits

The transferability of Naaleh College credits is solely at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is each student’s responsibility to confirm whether credits will be accepted by another institution.

Naaleh College will accept credits that meet the school’s standards. Classes offered by accredited institutions, Israeli yeshivot and seminaries, and some advanced high school courses are eligible for credit. Students should submit official course descriptions for the courses they wish to transfer to Naaleh College.

Students may transfer credits earned at and transferred from other postsecondary institutions, when congruent and applicable to the Naaleh College program, and when validated and confirmed by Naaleh College. Official transcripts should be sent directly from the transferring institution. Students must also submit official course descriptions for a course which they wish to transfer to Naaleh College.

Credits can also be earned upon successful completion of challenge examinations or standardized tests demonstrating learning at the credential level in specific subject matter areas. Prior learning, as validated, evaluated, and confirmed by qualified instructors at Naaleh College, can also earn credits. Department heads, Assistant Educational Director or the Academic Dean have the authority to approve specific courses or credits that a student has previously earned as substitutes for required courses in a given program, at their discretion.

Up to 75% of a program’s credits can be transferred from other institutions to Naaleh College.

Correspondence Courses

Students, who wish for any reason to take a Naaleh course via correspondence, must submit a request via email to the Registrar. Requests will be reviewed by the Dean. If accommodations can be made regarding the particular course and instructor availability the student will receive a notice of acceptance of the request.

Once approved, the student will register for the course through the Registrar; the same as online course registration. Once the next semester commences the student will receive the course material, syllabus and assignments from the instructor. The student can self-pace to determine the submission of assignments. There are no discussion board requirements; however, extra assignments are included to fulfill the required academic hours. The student submits assignments to the instructor.

Correspondence courses include 3 phone call meetings between student and instructor over the course of the semester, but do not require weekly contact. Students complete the course by the end of the semester and take the final or complete a final paper. Fees for correspondence courses are the same as Naaleh College online courses.

FOR ALL OTHER NAALEH COLLEGE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, PLEASE SEE THE CATALOG

Institutional Effectiveness

Student Satisfaction – Program Level (2018-2019 Academic Year)

Did you achieve, or will you have achieved upon completion of your studies, the goals you had when you started this course or program? Would you recommend these studies to a friend? All things considered, were you satisfied with your studies with us?
Judaic Studies: 100% positive 100% positive 100% positive
General Education: 100% positive 100% positive 100% positive
Computer Information 96.5% positive 94% positive 96% positive

 

Course Results

Passing Rate

Judaic Studies
92%
General Education Courses
100%
Computer Information Courses
92%

Course Completion Rate

Judaic Studies
100%
General Education Courses
100%
Computer Information Courses
100%

Meeting Our Mission

Naaleh College Outcomes at a Glance (2018-2019) 

Academic Goals

Percentage of students within SAP:
Judaic Studies: 75%,
Computer Programming and Technology BS: 100%, Software and Web Development: 100%
Retention/Persistence through the program:
Judaic Studies: 100%,
Computer Programming and Technology: 100%
Software and Web Development: 100%
Course completion rates: Judaic Studies: 100%, General Education courses: 100%, Computer Information courses: 100%
Course passing rates:
Judaic Studies: 92%, General Education: 100%, Computer Information: 92%.

Ethical Goals

% of students who have demonstrated the skills needed to determine and respond to ethical dilemmas: 100%*

 

*based of self-survey results

 

Economic Goal

2018-2019 Academic Year

Percentage of students on Payment Plan: 70.9%

Percentage of students on Scholarship: 90.3%

Graduation rates

The numbers below reflect the small cohort size of the initial students enrolled at Naaleh College.  These numbers are based on cohorts of less than five students each and are therefore statistically insignificant.

Name of Program 2018 2019 Average Rate
100% Time
JS 50.00% 100.00% 75.00%
CIM 50.00% 0.00% 25.00%
CI 100.00% N/A 100.00%
Institution 66.67% 50.00% 58.33%

 

Skip to content