EligibilityYou are eligible to apply to St Clements University College if you have earned a high school diploma or equivalency.
Download a copy of the St Clements University College application form.
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St. Clements University College in Liberia policies and management procedures are designed to maintain high professional standards in the marketing and delivery of education and training services.
Induction & OrientationAll studies are preceded and introduced by Induction and Orientation programs, the contents of which are largely informational. Subjects such as course structures, timetables and nature of assessment are discussed in detail.
ACCESS & EQUITYSt. Clements University College in Liberia is committed to access and equity principles and processes in the delivery of its services and training products in accordance with the Act and regulations of the Liberia government.
STUDENT COUNSELLING SERVICES & SUPPORTi
St Clements University College in Liberia caters to diverse Student learning needs and aims to identify and respond to the learning needs of all clients. Clients are encouraged to express their views about their learning needs at all stages of their learning experience from the initial enrolment and induction stage.
St Clements University College in Liberia provides suitable resources to help you identify your learning needs.
St Clements University College in Liberia is committed to providing clients requiring additional support, advice or assistance while studying. To achieve this and to ensure the quality delivery of education, St. Clements University College in Liberia provides:
Student Vocational Counselling to improve and extend training outcomes. Students should contact their TUTOR in the first instance. Additional support and services include:
a. Education and Career Counselling
b. Assistance when applying for RPL and RCC
Personal Counselling services are available to all students and staff from management may take the form of advice or referral to other services. Personal counselling services must meet the organisation's code of practice and confidentiality procedures. Personal counselling services include but are not restricted to:
a. Grievance /conflict resolution
b. Stress management
c. Access and equity issues
d. Student welfare and support
e. Health concerns (STD’s & HIV/AIDS)