Noncredit Policies and Other Important Information
CLTP Training (CEU's)
CLTP Training (CEUs) are offered for full participation in most courses. The CEU is defined as "10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction." To receive CEUs for courses participants must attend at least 80 percent of the class sessions and successfully complete the program. (Successful completion is determined by individual program requirements. Some programs may set greater minimum attendance standards.) Continuing education units are recognized nationally as a measure of substantive in-service education and training.
Academic Honesty Policy
All program participants are expected to observe accepted principles of academic honesty. Should a violation of the University Academic Honesty Policy be reported, the case will be handled using the same guidelines and policies that apply to students enrolled in academic programs.
Confidentiality of Student Records
Public information on a student's record that may be released upon request includes name, address, telephone number, certificate(s) awarded, current course schedule, and dates of attendance. If you do not want this public information released, you must notify us in writing no later than the end of your first class meeting. A request made to withhold public information remains in effect until revoked in writing. Written requests may be mailed or delivered in person to:
College of Technology
Center Logistics & Transportation Policy
4800 Calhoun Rd T2 Bldg, Room 300
Houston, TX 77204-3027
Transcripts of Noncredit Course Work
Transcripts of your course record are available upon request with payment of $5 for each transcript requested. Replacement certificates are also available at $5 for each certificate requested. Please provide the following information:
- Name at time course was taken (if different)
- Current address
- Telephone number
- Student number
- Approximate date of attendance
The University reserves the right to make changes without notice in any publication as necessitated by university or legislative action. The material in this web site is provided for information purposes and does not constitute a contract.
We reserve the right, when necessary, to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. If we must cancel your class, you may request a full refund. We will notify you at least 48 hours in advance if we must cancel a class.
While there are a number of discounts available for courses offered through the Center for Logistics & Transportation Policy, they may vary by program. Contact Maria Burns at 713-743-1194 or email@example.com for more information.
If you want to cancel your registration for a class seven days or more prior to the start of class, you will receive a 100 percent refund. If you want to cancel your registration six days or less prior to the start of class, you will receive an 80 percent refund. Once a class begins, no refunds or transfers will be given.
Transfer of Registration
You may transfer a registration from one course to another by notifying the Center for Logistics & Transportation Policy at least 10 business days prior to the start of a program. Only one transfer is allowed. The registration may be applied to any other noncredit course UH CLTP offers. Should the fee for the replacement course be less than your original selection, we will refund you the difference minus a $25 handling fee.
If your alternative selection has a higher fee, you must pay the difference plus a $25 handling fee. (The handling fee does not apply if you are transferring your registration from a course we canceled to another course that has not yet begun.)
The U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies of copyrighted material. Photocopies may be made for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research as long as the reproduction or distribution is made without any purpose of direct or indirect commercial advantage. The University of Houston will follow the federal law in dealing with violations of the copyright code.
Photos and Recordings
No cameras or tape recorders are permitted in classrooms without prior permission from the program director or Director of Center for Logistics & Transportation Policy - College of Technology