Behavior / Deportment Standard
As an expected outcome of the interview, candidates to NMMI IPA shall be reviewed for prior or existing situations and circumstances of behavioral issues. The candidate shall not exhibit nor have a record of any unresolved behavioral issues. In no case, shall a student with a pending criminal issue be allowed admission into NMMI IPA.
The policy includes the idea a candidate not have a medical disorder which would pose a safety risk to themselves or others. Health matters considered chronic or of such duration that a medical remedy is not suitable in a manner of time to allow the student to complete their studies at NMMI IPA without substantial support to do so by NMMI IPA representatives and otherwise limiting their ability to fully participate in academics or as a safety risk shall result in the candidate’s denial for admittance.
Chronic conditions which the candidate argues are not limiting or a safety factor shall be supported by a medical professional’s review and documentation prior to admittance to NMMI IPA.
Candidates with such health factors and any associated documentation shall be forwarded to the NMMI medical board for review and consideration prior to admittance. NMMI medical board decisions are subject to the NMMI Admissions appeal process as defined herein.
Reference the BOR Manual – 7.2, 7.3 Admissions / Retention Standards