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Faculdade Santa Rita
São Paulo, Brazil



   

University description (as per official university website)

The St. Rita School since its foundation's main objective is to invest in education and training professionals qualified developers for the labor market and society. The St. Rita School operates in the areas of Applied Social Sciences, Humanities, Health and Technology, developing skills and abilities of their students for Entrepreneurship, for Research and Development.

The St. Rita School is maintained by the Civil Society Education St. Rita, based Jaçanã Avenue, 648, Jaçanã in the neighborhood of the city of São Paulo.

With over a decade of uninterrupted activity IES has evolved both in teaching quality, and in courses of authorization, which is reflected in the growth of the student body. The Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences St. Rita, was accredited by the MEC in September 1994 with its charter approved by the MEC Ordinance No. 413, 09/03/2001, 12/03/2001 published in the Gazette.

Since then he has had success in the acknowledgments by the MEC, its courses and has been successful in periodic evaluations conducted, we highlight the concept of "B" obtained by the current Administration in 2002 and the course of Accountancy in 2003.

Any requests for students fsrC, related to acts of academic life, should be required and filed in the Department of Protocol, which will be registered the day and time of entry and the name of the attendant, to be forwarded to the competent authority for due consideration. Responses to requests will only be obtained from the Protocol Division.

1. REGISTRATION

CHAPTER III - Art 46. The initial enrollment, formal act of joining the course and linking to schools, will be held at the Registry of Academic Records, always giving entry through the Protocol Division of the Faculty in deadlines in the Academic Calendar, attaching to the application the following documentary requirements :



A certified copy of birth certificate and / or marriage;
A certified copy of the Certificate or Diploma of the 2nd degree, course or school or equivalent;
A certified copy of certificate or proof of discharge Reservist with the Military Service and Electoral;
A certified copy of Identity Card (RG);
A certified copy of the Registration of Individuals, (CPF);
A certified copy of transcript of grades;
2 (two) recent 3x4 photos and undated, and
A certified copy of CEP with current proof of residence.
§ 1 In case of undergraduate degrees in is required to furnish a certificate duly registered, and their Transcripts, both authenticated.

§ 2 At the time of registration the student is obliged to provide personal data not included in the documents mentioned in this article and of interest to academic control of the Department of Academic Records.

Article 44. Registration is done by semester's intended course, when regimental recognized the right of this act.

Article 45. Registration is renewed every six months, within the deadlines established in the School Calendar, along with the renewal of Contract Educational Services.

§ 1 Subject to conditions locking plate, not to renew its registration, the term means cancellation of its bond with the college. You just get another job if it is approved in the new selection process.

Remarks

You can enroll in courses at the College St. Rita in the following cases when:

Rank Selection Process, and holder of diploma of university or college is transferred to identical or similar, provided there are vacancies remaining. The transfer is allowed only to the student who has attended with success, at least one period in the institution.

If you are undocumented registration (not done the registration or re-enroll in the term, is under the dependence), his name not be included in the daily class. In this case, you should go to the Department of Protocol and Financial Sector or for further information.

1.1. SCHEME



The system of registration adopted is half the show, ie the student, you enroll, you are automatically enrolled in all courses of the semester.

1.2. CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION

Failure to comply with procedural requirements, it is for the Board to annul the registration, without prejudice to other administrative or judicial measures.

1.3. REGISTRATION NOT MADE OR INTERRUPTION OF COURSE WITHOUT REGISTRATION Latch

Students who disrupt the course without locking plate, or do not perform the registration, could return to fsrC if:

a) there is a vacancy;

b) obtains a favorable opinion of the respective Course Coordinator about deadlines, curriculum, adaptations and content;

c) are current in the tuition and school fees;

d) make the selection process again.

1.4. Re-enroll

Made at the beginning of each semester as specified in the Academic Calendar, to re-enroll is the confirmation of registration under the contract.

A student who fails to make the re-enroll will be considered disapproved and may return the following semester, provided you are current on tuition and school fees.

Article 45 - § 1 The non-renewal implies abandonment of the course and student disengagement from the College.

Article 45 - § 2 The application for renewal of registration and Articles of Educational Services, is attached with proof of payment and discharge of debts before, if any, plus proof of discharge with compulsory voting, military and civilians.

Upon renewal of registration, check the Protocol Division, which the courses being offered under the tutorial. If you have been approved with dependence, the dependence must be enrolled in concurrent enrollment during the regular course.

1.5. Latch REGISTRATION

1.5.1. Is forbidden the closing of registration that the student is responding to the disciplinary inquiry.
1.5.2. The student who requests closing of registration must pay the monthly fee until the month of application, unless the closing occurs before turning the month.

1.5.3. The reentry of the student who locked registration must be required on the dates fixed for the respective series.

1.5.4. The student to freeze the registration during the semester, will be treated the students fail and may return the following semester.

15.5. Is granted registration to the locking effect, temporarily interrupted his studies, his students maintain ties with the College and its right to renewal of registration.

15.6. Sole Paragraph. The closing of registration shall be granted if requested within the deadlines established in the Academic Calendar for time expressly provided in the application, never more than half the length of the course in which they are registered with the applicant.

1.6. CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION (JUST FOR FRESHMEN)

You may cancel your registration by divesting itself of the School by completing the application to the Protocol Division directed the Department of Academic Records. For this, you must have no pending in the Department of Academic Records, Financial Sector and the Library.

1.7. DISCONTINUANCE OR ABANDONMENT OF COURSE

If you fail to attend classes without official notification to the Faculty, will have its financial debt accumulated by the end of the semester. By not re-enroll lose the bond with the college, but their debt remains accumulated in accordance with the terms of the Educational Services.

1.8. UNLOCKED REGISTRATION

1.8.1. Once the period of closing of registration, you request the unlock at the Registry of Academic Records, through the Protocol Division during the registration period.
1.8.2. If during the period that you stayed away there is any curriculum change, you must submit to the new curriculum.

1.8.3. If you do not do the unlock in the correct period, you will lose your place at university.

2. TRANSFER

2.1. INTERNAL TRANSFER OF COURSE

The request for change of shift or travel must be filed with the Department of Academic Records within the time specified in the academic calendar, and is dependent on the availability of places. If the number of vacancies is less, the College will request documents to analyze the real needs of candidates.
2.2. TRANSFER OF CLASS TIME OR

The request for transfer or class period, with proper justification of the request should be filed in the Department of Protocol and directed the Secretary of Academic Records, the ground floor. The student should require it during the registration and re-enroll. The delivery of the application does not imply an automatic transfer, leaving the student to wait for the response of the Faculty.

2.3. TRANSFER TO ANOTHER fsrC IES

2.3.1. In case of request for transfer to another institution of higher education, students need not be registered by simply being a student of fsrC.
2.3.2. The student who requests a transfer to another higher education institution shall pay the monthly fee until the month of the notice of transfer, unless such disclosure is made before turning the month. In this case must pay the fees until the month preceding the application.

Note: It is understood by communication of the transfer, the date of the transfer request in this Faculty or the date of posting of the vacancy declaration sent by the institution of higher education destination, whichever comes first.

2.3.3. Waiver of courses for transfer students fsrC are recognized after consideration by the Academic Coordinator and teachers in case of transfer students, the disciplines established by the curriculum guidelines of any college in which the student has achieved proficiency, provided that in establishing teaching legally authorized.

2.3.4. It is forbidden to admission, transfer of students to the first or the last year of graduation.

3. CHANGE OF COURSE (REOPÇÃO)



3.1. Can a student's course enrollment underway fsrC request of several starts, provided there is vacancy in the desired course, discovered after the registration of other regular students. It is recommended that the student wants to change course not compatible, Vestibular pay to secure a place in the course of reopção. After registration, require use of study or content analysis or survey of DP's and Adaptations.

3.2. It depends on the Registration granted or not, applications for reopção in which the student must attend the first year.

3.3. It is the responsibility of the Department of Academic Records and Academic Coordinator, to make use of studies conducted by the student in cases of requests for reopção, as well as grant or not, cases in which the student must attend the second semester or next if return or transfer.

3.4. Students who wish to change course (reopção), qualification or emphasis should require it, upon registration or re-enroll.

3.5. Students who are returning to fsrC not enrolled in 2002, also may request such a change, analysis of the curriculum is consistent, if not, must undergo a new selection process.

4. REVOCATION OF OFFER OF CLASS



The Board in conjunction with the Coordinating could void, a posteriori, the provision of any class with fewer than 30 students. In this case, students can make new option.
5. EVIDENCE

5.1. Each semester, there will be two evaluations into evidence and two bimonthly periods determined in the School Calendar.
5.2. A note of two months (NB) may be composed of two instruments, the integrated assessment (IA) and proof bimonthly (CP) which are mandatory.

5.3 The integrated assessment (IA), will have the grade up to 2.0 (two) points, and the proof bimonthly (PB), will grade up to 8.0 (eight) points. Note bimonthly (NB) which is the sum of AI + PB = NB, vary every half point.

5.4. Regimental, the note of the 1st two months will have a weight (a) and footnote 2 of the first two months will have weight 2 (two).

5.5. The average half the course will be calculated as follows: {[(AI + 1st 1st PB) x 1] + [(AI + 2nd 2nd PB) x 2]} / 3.

5.6. The student will be approved if the resulting weighted average is equal to or greater than 7.0 (seven).

5.7. The student will be dismissed from the course final exam, if the weighted average six-monthly, bimonthly notes is equal to or greater than 7.0 (seven) and has attended at least 75% (seventy five percent) of the academic activities of the discipline .

5.8. The student may provide the final examination of the discipline, the average semi-weighted, is less than 7.0 (seven) and less than 3.0 (three) and has attended at least 75% (seventy five percent) academic activities.

5.9. All questions of assessment and testing should be analyzed and commented upon resolution by the teacher in the classroom so that students can resolve all doubts concerning the evidence presented.

6. Provide alternates

6.1.
A student who fails to appear, for reasons specified by law, reviews the partial use of relevant dates, may apply to the Course Coordinator during the semester, a substitute test for each subject, provided that attach the certificate validation, indicating period, and will be applied in accordance with the School Calendar or at the discretion of the Academic Director.
7. SPECIAL EVENTS

7.1. May require special tests:
7.1.1. The student assisted by the exercise regimen at home due to illness supported by law (Decree-Law No. 1.044/69).

7.1.2. A pregnant student (Law No. 6.202/75).

7.1.3. The student whose evidence regular and disciplines that is dependent or adaptante match days and hours.

7.1.4. The student proves unable to perform because of death of relatives.

7.1.5. Where 7.1.1., 7.1.2. 7.1.3 and students should apply for special testing until three days after the date of proof lost.

In the case 7.1.3., Students should apply for special testing until three days after the publication of the schedule of events.

Students with prolonged sick leave that extends beyond the date for the request, may require special testing until three days after his convalescence.

8. EXAMS

The examinations will be conducted in accordance with the School calendar and will be considered approved the student who obtains the final semester average recovery of not less than 5.0 (five), average of the final exam grade (EF) and the semester average (MS) weighted [MS + EF] / 2 = (MSF Average Semi Final).


9. FINAL EXAM (EF)

If you get the minimum frequencies of 75% and average recovery half less than 3.0 (three) and less than 7.0 (seven), will undergo the final examination as a new opportunity to evaluate their performance .
Note
Not be given further opportunity to students who fail to attend the final examination.

10. FINAL SEMESTER AVERAGE (MSF)

The final semester average is the sum of the final exam grade and semester average divided by two. The average semi final approval must be equal to or greater than 5.0 (five). Final Exam (FE) and the semester average (MS) weighted [MS + EF] / 2 = (MSF Average Semi Final)
11. REVIEW NOTES

11.1. You may request a review of notes at the Registry of Academic Records through Protocol Division within 24 hours after its release on the site or in the bill and the Faculty.
11.2. It is recommended that all students must ensure that your notes or pictures or murals of the Faculty, or internet site of the Faculty.

11.3. Revisions will be made only of tasting notes and posted on their average daily student filed a request to the Protocol Division, within 24 hours from its disclosure in Wall or the School site.

12. REVIEW OF EVIDENCE

12.1. You may request a review of evidence in writing to the Protocol Division, explaining the reasons for his request, which will be forwarded to Academic Coordinator, through the Department of Academic Records.
12.2. The application is directed to the subject teacher, in proper form, and if the note is changed more or less the same will be available to update the system on its own Academic Coordinator, and subsequently forwarded to the Secretary of Academic Records.

13. SUSPENSION OF CLASSES AND EVENTS

13.1. The suspension of classes or evidence rests with the Director of Faculty.
13.2. The classes will be suspended only in the days of integrated assessments and exams officially provided in the Academic Calendar of fsrC. Any other assessments should be conducted within normal working hours of the teacher's own classroom, without prejudice to the other classes of the day, with the knowledge and approval of the Academic Coordinator.

14. UTILIZATION STUDY

14.1. If you attended another college, may require the use of studies. This use can be full, with or without an examination of evaluation, depending on the workload and content based on criteria established in the Rules of the Faculty. The deadline for application is at the School Calendar.

14.2. It is the Coordinator of the course and teachers to examine each course for which the student transfers, to decide on cases of exploitation of research by:

14.2.1. Equivalence, when the course is discipline, in content and duration, development identical, equivalent or greater than the desired discipline.

14.2.2. Equalization of educational value, when the previous discipline, unlike in whole or in part, can be accepted as a substitute complementary discipline of the course for which the student transfers.

14.3. The delivery of documentation for the waiver of disciplines must be made, the Protocol Division as soon as possible, with at least one week prior to the start of classes.

14.4. Students exempted from some (s) subject (s) will not discount the value of the annuity, which will be integral.

15. FREQUENCY

15.1. It is mandatory to frequency of students to classes (Law No. 9,394 of 20/12/1996, art. 47 § 3 - Law of Directives and Bases of National Education). Are not excluded from this standard students fail for lack or note.
15.2. The evaluation of school performance is by discipline, focusing on attendance and achievement.

15.3. Shall be deemed disapproved on the discipline the student who does not meet the minimum attendance rate of 75% at the lessons and other activities, except in cases provided for by law

15.4. There will be no allowance for absences related to the phase out period of classes for motivated students, because there is no legal support.

15.5. All summoned enrolled in the Reserve Training Authority, which is bound to miss its civilian activities, pursuant to the exercise or exercises, have their excused absence for all purposes (Law No. 4375 of 17/8/64, art.60 , § 4 - Military Service Law - with the wording amended by Decree-Law No. 715 of 30/7/69).

Absences must be justified by military authorities (Decree 57,654 of 20/1/66, Art. 195, § 4, Governor of Law No. 4.375/64).

15.6. The percentage of required frequency, relate to all disciplines of the courses of the Faculty, including those courses under dependence or adjustment or tutorial.

15.7. Attendance at classes and other school activities is mandatory. It is considered failed students who do not often get at least 75% of classes. In lab activities and practice may be required minimum frequency of 75% or higher, as determined by the Academic Coordinator. For internships, is required frequency of 100%.

15.8. The courses run by the Institution are alive, therefore those students who do not meet the minimum 75% (seventy five percent) in the presence of academic activities will be disapproved for failure, even if they have obtained sufficient average.

16. LOG FREQUENCY

16.1. The frequency control is done in class by the teacher daily through oral call at the beginning of the first and third class, under the responsibility of the teacher.
16.2. The accumulated fouls will be posted on the bulletin board regularly, and students have a period of 24 hours for any complaint. No claims will be accepted after this deadline.

16.3. Any rectification means and often justified, should be forwarded to Academic Records by the teacher.

16.4. Teachers are not allowed to add names on the list, improperly record the presence of students.

Note

If you are undocumented registration (not done the registration or re-enroll in the term, is under the dependence), his name not be included in the daily class. In this case, you should go to the Department of Protocol and Financial Sector or for further information.

17. REVIEW FAULTS

Following publication of the number of absences, you will have 24 hours to request a review after its publication.

You may be excused from classes, by law, only when providing military training in national reserves and has to miss school activities for strength exercises or maneuvers, or for participation in scientific conferences, sports competitions or art (national or international), with permission from the Ministry of Education. In both cases, you should ask for time off from classes at the Secretariat, by request, attaching proof, within 5 working days of the date indicated on the voucher.

18. EXCEPTION SCHEME (NO COMPENSATION TO SCHOOL)

The law only allows compensation to class absence, pursuant to Decree-Law No. 1.044/69 and Law No. 6.202/75.
18.1. Students with health problems (Decree-Law No. 1044 of 21/10/69) should apply, the Protocol Division, home exercises (fulfillment of their school activities in their own residence), while patients in order to have compensated absences their classes.

At the request should be attached medical certificate, with proper classification of the disease, according to the diagnostic code expressed in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD).

The fsrC arrogate the right to refuse requests after the deadline, after the recovery of the student.

18.2. pregnant student (Law No. 6202 of 17/4/75), during pregnancy, from the 8th month of pregnancy for three months is not required to attend classes, but must apply through the Department of Protocol, home exercises. You should be attaching the medical certificate if you do not, their absences to class will not be compensated for lack of compliance with their school activities.

18.3. The exceptional treatment as provided for in these cases include classes of no compensation, the allocation of home exercises prescribed by teachers and is valid only for an absence of more than 5 school days. This scheme does not replace the special assessments and examinations, to be held in special time.

18.3.1. The application and submission of documents should be made in the Academic and not the teacher.

18.3.2. The home system is not granted retroactively to eliminate faults.

18.3.3. The practical activities such as labs and internships, may not be compensated.

18.3.4. Compensation must be requested at the Registry by request, with the vouchers within 5 working days from the date shown in the certificate requesting removal.

18.4. For other cases, short periods of absence to class, are supported by 25% of absences.

19. APPROVAL

19.1. To be approved in one discipline, you must have a minimum frequency of 75% of classes, average performers in the six-month period (MS) equal to or greater than 7.0 (seven), or even the final semester average (MSF) equal to or greater than 5.0 (five) after the final exam (FE).
19.2. Be approved in the discipline the student who achieved at least grade 7.0 (seven) and has often not less than 75% at the lessons and activities (the General Rules, art. 43, § 1).

20. FAIL

20.1. The student who has canceled note for fraud will be graded zero in such evaluation and may face sanctions under these Rules.
20.2. The student will fail if the semester average (MS) weighted less than 3.0 (three), even if you have attended at least 75% (seventy five percent) of academic activities.

20.3. Regardless of the semester average (MS) weighted, will fail to discipline the student who did not attend 75% (seventy five percent), at least, the academic activities.

20.4. The student will fail in a subject, if the final semester average (MSF) less than 5.0 (five) after the final exam (FE).

21. DEPENDENCE - DP / adaption / TUTORIAL

Article 50. In places there, the School may open enrollment system in the subjects of addiction, or adaptation, and in their courses or tutorial.
21.1. When flunking a course, you can stroke it again, on a dependency, if you extrapolated the minimum duration of the course, or tutorial if you have not exceeded the minimum duration of the course.

21.2. Remember to check the compatibility of class schedules and other school activities. Substances routed under the dependency and / or adjustment, follow the same rules for use and frequency set for the subjects taken regularly.

21.3. If you or a group of students want to attend a course or tutorial that PD is not being offered in the semester may request the establishment of the Coordination for a special class to take the course upon payment of the costs.

21.4. Enrollment in the classes of dependencies and / or adaptations and / or tutorials, the ideal is made at the time of regular enrollment and must be carried out, the Protocol Division on the date specified in the Academic Calendar.

21.5. Enrollment in dependencies or adaptations and / or tutorial are performed per subject.

21.6. The student must take courses in the dependency system or upgrading, in classes of the course on which it is registered.

21.7. These disciplines could also be processed through special classes, when offered the course in which the student is enrolled.

21.8. You can only take courses (dependence or adjustment or tutorial) in another course with approval of Course Coordinator.

21.9. If the coordinator rejects the request of the student, those courses should be routed into classes of the course in which the student is enrolled.

21.10. The student transferred from another institution of higher education must study the adaptations in the regular classroom schedule. If not, must attend them after completing the last semester.

21:11. It is the Academic Coordinator or the Director to grant or not, applications for transfer students, one class to another in order to coursing dependencies. In the event of approval, the Director or the Academic Coordinator, should indicate mandatory, the new class in which students will be enrolled.

21.12. Will be prohibited from registration in reliance on adaptation or tutorial or when there is overlapping with the time course.

22. SUPERVISED, MONOGRAPH AND RELATED ACTIVITIES (MANDATORY)

Stage

The objective of this stage is to consolidate, by observation and practice exercised in the workplace, the knowledge acquired in the course.

During the internship you will have coverage of insurance against personal accidents, it is the responsibility of the organization you intern.

22.1. The fsrC has no power to dismiss students to the completion of supervised training, which is mandatory. It is mandatory individual curricular activity for the following courses:

• Administration - Specialization in Business Administration or International Business

• Law

• Information Systems (Systems Analysis)

• Tourism

22.2. Students who do not stage, monograph or complementary activities required by law, will not be formed, and must therefore make enrollment in the last half of their courses.

22.3. The students who failed in the last semester, will pay for placement or monograph the same value as a discipline (registration + 20% of tuition).

22.4. Students are approved in all subjects in the curriculum of a particular course, who have not done stage or have not submitted thesis may only return to fsrC to fulfill this requirement (internship and / or monograph).

22.5. For students who entered law school, the supervised training of legal practice and the monograph are required for graduation; is also mandatory participation, duly certified, of at least 240 (two hundred and forty) hours of additional activities (research, extension, seminars, symposiums, congresses, conferences, etc.).. (MEC Ordinance No. 1886 of 12.30.1994, arts. 9 and 10).

Remarks:

1. Supervised training is mandatory curricular activity, which aims to learning, exercise and professional practices of the student. Without implementation stage and its delivery of the report, the student is not able to graduate.

2. Stage Unsupervised curricular activity is not, therefore, is not mandatory, although the goals are similar to those of supervised practice.

More info, click here Manual supervised training.

TCC

By imposing the MEC Ordinance No. 1170 of 21.12.1994, the graduation project can be completed only after the student had passed the course subjects, prior to the 10th semester.

22.6. Thus, students or under the dependence of adaptation can not develop the graduation project or work Completion of course - CBT, what will the next year, after approval in the subjects who were dependent and / or adaptations.

More information about End of Course Work - CBT, click here CBT manual.

23. Graduation

The graduation is required for shipment of the diploma. You can paste only degree you have completed the course successfully (including apprenticeship, when part of the curriculum) and no pending documents in the Academic, payments and material of the Library. The dates of graduation will be decided on the Coordination of Course.

23.1. It's official act performed in public and solemn session on day and time fixed in advance, under the chairmanship of the Director or his delegate.

23.2. The graduation, free, held at the College, is completely divorced from traditional graduation party, the optional, which is organized by students and / or the Graduation Committee.

23.3. The student who did not attend the official graduation will not be considered formed and therefore not entitled to diplomas.



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