All students must report on time. Late to class more than 15 minutes X 2 will be counted as an absence. Subsequent tardiness will be cause for dismissal. Students may miss only one class to be made up the same week it is missed. More than one missed class is a cause for dismissal. The student also must attend 100% of the Clinical portion of the program per DPH regulations.

MAKE-UP CLASS. Any student who is absent for a full training session or required test, student will pay a make-up fee of $ 25.00 dollars per missed test. In the event student does not pass the required testing and has attended all pre-class sessions, the student may reschedule and take the make-up test within 2 weeks at no additional cost. If a student is unable to pass the required testing after two attempts, the student will fail the program and have the opportunity to sign up for another session by paying full tuition for the session. No refunds will be given. Universal Health Care Center will make every effort to support student needs.

  • All students must achieve a grade of 100 % for all skills and 75 % on all quizzes in order to achieve the course.
  • SATISFACTORY PROGRESS. In order to achieve satisfactory progress; students must meet all course objectives. At mid-term rotation; students will be evaluated as to their progress toward satisfactorily meeting all course objectives. Each student will receive a progress report in writing during the time period in which the course is being taught.
  • SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS. Universal Health Care Center Inc. Will not tolerate sexual harassment under any circumstances. Sexual harassment includes verbal or physical nature that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive school environment. All students must be free from any type of discrimination based on race, religion, and ethnicity. Disrespectful conduct and the use of vulgarity toward instructors or students will not be tolerated. No hazing, smoking, or alcoholic beverages on the premises. In case of severe weather, the school will call and inform the student that the school is closed during that time. A student may also call the school at the following numbers for information (781) 605 3828 (617) 571 4807 (617) 381 0531
  • GUIDING AND COUNSELING. The instructors will work with the students throughout the session to help them maintain their goals.
  • JOB REFERRAL. A list of local long-term facilities and hospitals will be offered to students. All students will be able to use the instructor as a personal reference.
  • JOB PLACEMENT. This does not guarantee any job placement.
  • ANTICIPATED ENROLLMENT. The class will not have more than fifteen to seventeen students. Universal Health Care Center Inc. School must respect and follow the refund policy as per M.G. L. chapter 255, section13k.
  • DAY OF CLASS. The class session will be available for day students and, will last 10 weeks. Every Tuesday and Thursday 8 am to 1 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm.
    Friday and Saturday 8 am to 1 pm.

Scheduling for clinical will required three full days 7 am to 3 pm for a total of 24 hours.

No make-up is available. Prior to clinical; the school will make arrangements with the facility to orient students to the site.

  • TUITION PAYMENT. The cost of the training course is $ 1500.00 dollars for the nursing assistant course and home health aide. Students will pay $ 690.00 dollars at the beginning of the class. The $ 90.00 dollars is for the book. $25.00 for the CORI. The remaining balance will be paid as such: $500.00 on week four, and $310.00 prior to clinical.
  •  STATE EXAM. The student will be responsible to pay $110.00 dollars the fee required for the state competency exam.
  •  ENTRANCE TEST. Students must take and pass the comprehensive test in order to attend the program.
  • Candidate must bring as an acceptable photo Id one the following, a valid current driver’s license, current passport, or a registry of the motor vehicle issued picture Id. No other photo IDs will be accepted.

           WITHDRAWAL.  Per 230 CMR 15.04(7) and (8):

(7) If a student withdraws from a Program in accordance with the school’s withdrawal policy, the School shall:

(a) treat the withdrawal as a termination of the enrollment contract, effective immediately;

(b) complete a refund calculation for the student, including all fees and payments, in a form acceptable to the division; and

(c) provide the calculation and any refund to the student within 45 days of the effective date of the termination

(8) If a student stops attending School but does not withdraw in accordance with the School’s withdrawal policy, the School shall:

(a) for purposes of any payments due from the student or refund due to the student, treat the student’s nonattendance as a termination of the enrollment contract, effective no later than the last date of attendance or last participation in an instructional activity;

(b) determine the effective date of the termination within 30 days after the end of the period of enrollment, the term, or the Program, whichever is earliest;

(c) complete a refund calculation for the student, including all fees and payments, in a form acceptable to the division; and

(d) provide the calculation and any refund to the student within 45 days from the date the School determines the effective date of termination under 230 CMR 15.04(8)(b).

  • FINANCIAL AID: Per 230 CMR 15.04 (5) and (6)

(5) After April 1, 2017, if a school allows a student to begin participation in a Program while an initial award for financial aid, including student loans, is pending, and the student subsequently is denied some or all of that student loan or financial aid amount, the School shall offer that student in writing an opportunity to terminate the enrollment agreement with a full refund of all Monies Paid, less actual reasonable administrative costs as defined

under M.G.L. c. 255, §13K.

(6) In addition to the requirements of M.G.L. c. 255, § 13K, for programs beginning after April 1, 2017, prior to the completion of five school days or five percent of the Program, whichever occurs first, a School shall afford a student the opportunity to withdraw with a full refund of all Monies Paid, less (1) actual reasonable administrative costs as defined under M.G.L. c. 255, § 13K; and (2) the actual reasonable cost of non-reusable supplies or Equipment where a school reasonably provided the student with the supplies or Equipment, so long as the student receives the refund to which they are entitled under M.G.L. c. 255, §13K. Provided, however, that this provision shall not apply to (1) Programs not subject to division approval; and (2) Programs 80 hours or less in duration and $2,000 in total cost.