PCCUA does not provide insurance for its students. The College encourages each student to secure personal health insurance.
Students are eligible for refunds during the add/drop period identified on the college calendar. (See Refund Policy under Academic Regulations).
Some classes require special materials such as uniforms and specialized equipment that will be the property of the student. These materials are purchased by the student and paid for at the time of purchase. Consult with your advisor or course instructor concerning these special costs.
Allied Health Liability Insurance
All allied health students are required to purchase and maintain professional liability insurance. The minimal amount of insurance acceptable per claim and for aggregate coverage must comply with individual allied health program requirements. The insurance must be purchased from a company that is acceptable to the College and in compliance with the laws of the State of Arkansas. The company should provide endorsement that the insurance may not be modified or cancelled, unless PCCUA receives 30 days prior written notice. Written proof of coverage must be submitted to the respective program director/coordinator before the student will be allowed to register for, or attend any clinical allied health course.
Students are expected to obtain their own books, supplies, and consumable materials needed in their studies. Items purchased at the bookstore must be paid for at the time of purchase. Students may be able to reduce this cost by purchasing used or e-books.
Students enrolling in the Early Child Development Associate Degree (CDA) program pay the cost of observation, testing, assessment, and credentialing. The fees are tied to ECD 1001 and ECD 1101.
Students will not be permitted to register or graduate, nor will grade reports or transcripts be issued, until all delinquent accounts have been paid in full.
Returned Check Fee
A fee will be assessed for handling all returned checks and dishonored credit/debit card payments. A student will not be allowed to register for classes or receive a transcript/grades until all returned payments have been cleared and their account has been paid in full.
Both Federal, State and other financial aid is awarded to students showing financial need and maintaining satisfactory progress as defined by the institution.
Early Childhood Education Field Study & CDA Testing