CALUSA Institute shall serve as the conduit for the scholarly exchange of innovative approaches to vocation and personal development in the globally dynamic world.
We aim to deliver quality education geared towards professional development to better serve the needs of the community and the society as a whole. Contingent to this mission is our pledge to inculcate human values along with the skills and competencies for growing careers and personal development.
- Balance and strengthen the student’s grasp of general knowledge in the areas of humanities, arts, natural sciences, and social and behavioral sciences, pertinent to social awareness and personal growth.
- Infuse the continued use of critical thinking among students through the design and processes of coursework.
- Keep abreast and align trends in management, and corporate leadership with its business curriculum.
- Liberate the human mind by welcoming diversity of new knowledge and ascribing to technology as the ultimate measure of global advancement.
- Embed values among students, faculty, and staff in the spirit of work excellence.
CALUSA Institute and its degree programs are not designed to lead to positions in a profession, occupation, trade, or career field requiring licensure in the State of California. Graduates of the degree programs offered at CALUSA Institute are not eligible to sit for any licensure exams in California and other states.
CALUSA Institute does not participate in any state or federal financial aid programs.
CALIFORNIA STATE REQUIREMENTS
CALUSA Institute does not have a pending petition in bankruptcy and is not operating as a debtor in possession. CALUSA Institute has not filed a petition within the preceding five years, and has not had a petition in bankruptcy filed against it within the preceding five years that resulted in reorganization under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code (11U.S.C. Sec. 1101 et seq.).
If English is not the student’s primary language, and the student is unable to understand the terms and conditions of any CALUSA Institute publications, policies, documents, including, but not limited to, the application for admissions, enrollment agreement, school performance fact sheet, school catalog and all other disclosures, statements, terms, and conditions, the student shall have the right to obtain a clear explanation of the terms and conditions of any and all policies in his or her primary language. The student shall have the right to have any document translated by a professional translator of his or her own selection, and at his or her own expense.