STUDENT DRESS CODE
While students are attending class, at all times the student should try to dress in a way that would
be both pleasing and uplifting to the Lord and the college program. Male students are not required to wear suits to
class and female students are not required to always wear dresses. However, shorts, tank tops, and jeans that are cut off
or full of holes are not acceptable. Remember to be the reflection of Him who has called us to His service.
Practices which are known to be morally wrong by Biblical teachings are not acceptable for members
of the Achievers International University College and Theological Seminary community. Included are specifics such
as drunkenness, stealing, the use of slanderous or profane language, cheating, dishonesty, occult practices, and sexual sins
such as premarital sex, adultery,lesbianism and homosexual behavior.
The college also recognizes that, while the Scriptures do not provide specific teaching regarding all social practices,
they do advocate self-restraint in that which is harmful or is offensive to others. Consequently, the college has chosen to
adopt certain rules which will contribute to an environment which is appropriate to its objectives and goals and requires
students to refrain from gambling, the purchase or carrying of a firearm, the purchase or use of, or possession of alcoholic
beverages, tobacco products and illegal drugs, while on the campus premises.
The above applies to all Achievers International University College and Theological Seminary students. The college
reserves the right to establish additional policies and regulations as needed and to interpret existing policies and regulations.
CODE OF HONOR
Achievers International University College and Theological Seminary observes the Honor system
in taking examinations and writing research papers. No monitor is needed in the classroom during test or examination periods.
Although the Honor system applies specifically to the academic area, it is understood that the spirit of the system should
pervade all aspects of campus life.
Under this Code, it is assumed and expected that a student conducts him or herself at all times in accordance with the
scriptures and lives his or her life accountable to God, first of all, and then to fellow students. In this way, an atmosphere
of trust and respect is created that glorifies God and assures an openness in the college community.
Students at our school are obligated to be concerned for the conduct of their peers in accordance with Luke 17:3 "If
your brother sins, rebuke him, and if he repents, forgive him."
Any student who may be accused of violating the Honor Code will be dealt with according to the Student Discipline Procedure
which follows the Biblical teaching found in Matthew 18:15-17, "If your borther sins against you, go and show him his
fault, just between the two of you. If he listens to you, you have won your brother over. But if he will not listen,
take one or two others along, so that every matter may be established be the testimony of two or three witnesses. If he refuses
to listen to them, tell it to the church, and if he refuses to listen even to the church, treat him as you would a pagan
or tax collector."
Plagiarism, a deliberate attempt to claim ideas or writings which belong to another as one's own, is
a serious offense against the academic community. Plagiarism is not justifiable by paraphrase or even by extensive rewriting
of someone else's work. Wherever an idea is borrowed, the student must give credit and, in a formal paper, cite the source.
A student who submits to his.her instructor in fulfillment of course requirements a paper which is substantially plagiarized
shall be assigned a grade of "F" for the course, and the instructor will submit evidence to the Academic Dean. The Dean shall
notify the student that the "F" grade has been entered for the course.
In instances of plagiarism of less gravity, such as a single passage within a paper, the instructor will use discretion
as to the nature of the penalty.