New students are given a full tour of the campus,
after which students will be informed of the college's
academic policies, registration process, scholastic
regulations, library hours, office hours, student
organizations, student code of conduct, grievance policy
and procedures, and other support services available to
Each new student will have an opportunity of a
personal interview with the president of International Lordland University during the orientation. For the
student this is an opportunity to meet the president of
the school and be encouraged over as the student.
Office of the School Dean will serve as the academic
advisor or it will assign a faculty member to counsel
students concerning the details of their program.
Personal counseling services are available to interested
graduate and undergraduate students without any fee. The
Chief Academic Officer and faculty are ready to meet the
needs of academic counseling. For psychological or
adjustment issues, professional counseling services will
be provided by appointment. The request form for
counseling is obtainable in the main office. In the case
of an emergency, a full-time faculty member or an
administrator can be contacted. Although a preferred
counseling center is not operated by the school,
students are referred to outside professional counseling
services when necessary.
General advising is provided by the Director of
Student & Alumni Services for housing information,
schedule for public transportation, application for
personal banking, etc. Professional meetings with
International Lordland University alumni practitioners for
currently enrolled students can also be arranged by this
office. The Director also supervises the Quarterly
Student Day Events, a luncheon gathering of students and
administrative staff for improved communication.
or academic advising of students is an integral part of
academic life and is a function of International Lordland University. International Lordland University students are
permitted to receive on-campus tutoring by designated
and approved student tutors, faculty members or other
instructional personnel. All tutoring functions will be
coordinated by the Office of Student Service and
Academic Dean’s Office and provided to requesting
students at no charge to them.
The University is committed to
accommodating students with physical and learning
disabilities. Accommodations and other support services
are managed by the Academic Dean and are tailored to
meet the needs of each individual student. Individuals
wishing assistance should contact the Office of Academic
Affairs Dean or the Office of Student & Alumni Services.
It is recommended that new students with special needs
contact the office early in their first term to arrange
for support services.