Student Life and Services
During orientation, a school administrator will familiarize the student with the Victor International University facilities, services, grading policies, graduation requirements, etc. as described in this catalog.
Legal holidays are observed. The school provides special consideration for holidays of all religious beliefs. Appropriate arrangements can be made with the president. The following is a list of recognized school holidays:
New Year’s Day Martin Luther King’s Day
President’s Day Memorial Day
Independence Day Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day and the following day afterChristmas
Maintenance of School Facility
Courtesy and respect for others around you is the responsibility of the student attending classes at Victor International University. In order to maintain an environment that promotes and supports this objective, the following rules are to be followed:
Smoking is prohibited in the classrooms and restrooms. Smoking will be permitted outside on the building.
Students must maintain a clean, organized, area at all times.
When leaving the area, all electrical devices, computers, and so forth, must be turned off.
Food and drinks are prohibited in the classrooms.
Students misusing the equipment and instrumental devices may be subject to dismissal and may be billed for damaged equipment.
Accidents and/or breakdowns must be reported immediately to the student’s instructor.
Ample parking lots for students, staff, and visitors are available around Victor International University Campus Building. These parking lots accommodate about 60 vehicles.
Victor International University has no dormitory facilities under its control. Victor International University has no responsibility to find or assist a student in finding housing. Apartments are available around Victor International University and in the Pomona. Students would contact the owners or managers of apartments directly for rental arrangements. An estimation of the approximate range of cost for the housing is $1,000 through $1,300 for 1 or 2bed room apartment.
Parents, spouses, prospective employers, etc. are cordially invited to visit the school at any time, but with appropriate notice to the school. Special arrangements will be made for groups. Anyone, who is disruptive to the smooth operation of the school, may be asked to leave the premises immediately. Students are not allowed to bring children into the classrooms/laboratories without approval from the administration.
All students are provided with personal assistance regarding program requirements and scheduling. In addition, individual assistance and advising are readily available to students with special academic difficulties. Enrollees are encouraged to request an appointment with their instructor immediately if any scholastic problems arise. All students are urged to take advantage of this valuable assistance. Victor International University welcomes any suggestions as to ways in which any aspect of the school can be improved. Suggestion may be submitted to the school’s official President.
Victor International University has a library containing resource materials for student and faculty use. The library exists to support instruction and the academic objectives of the school. The library provides learning resources sufficient to support the instructional needs of students.The library holds 25,114 collection in the space of 1,108 Square Feet.Student can search and find textbooks, periodicals, news and current events, encyclopedias and dictionaries. Library hours are available during the week in between class schedules. Times are posted on the outside of the library. Students have internet access in the library.A list of libraries in the immediate area is posted on the library wall.
Persons associated with Victor International University (students, faculty and staff) (registered member) have borrowing privileges. Any student may receive alibrary card free of charge. Others must pay a yearly membership fee of $20.00 in order toborrow materials. Books may be checked out for up to three weeks.
Monday-Thursday 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Description of Library
The floor space allocated to library functions is1,108 square feet. The total library holdings are 25,114. The library provides 15 seating places while the computer lab provides 10 seating places.Library provides students and faculty with access to the regular services of a professional librarian experienced in the electronic retrieval of information, who shall provide support for faculty in curriculum matters and actively serve as a resource guide for both graduate and undergraduate students.
The computer lab functions as a multi-purpose resource for library use and classroom interaction. A total of 10 workstations are in place to provide full multimedia functioning and Internet access. Each computer unit is accessible to the Internet to get educational resources. Each student’s workstation has an accessible USB port to transfer study materials and headphones for private listening of multimedia. Each computer unit is provided with Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Outlook, etc.), and other educational software.
Librarian’s Services and Responsibilities
VIU provides a librarian for students and faculty. The librarian supports and assists their instructional and educational needs as follows:
Develop and administer policies, rules and regulations governing library services.
Coordinate library services with administration, finance, faculty and students.
provide support for faculty in curriculum matters and actively serve as a resource guide for both graduate and undergraduate students.
Plan and develop collection.
Prepare reports, surveys, studies and analysis of library holdings.
Oversee the maintenance of the library and equipment, and plan and coordinate placement of the collection.
Assist the Chief Academic Officer with special assignments.
Library Holdings and Other Learning Resources
VIU’s current library holdings provide a good support for faculty in curriculum matters. VIU’s library collection subject areas include humanities and general works, social science and business administration, physical science, theology and biblical studies, technology, fiction, children’s. The library’s reference works consists of dictionaries, encyclopedias, and bibliographies. The library holds monographs and journals/periodicals to assist students and faculty with their academic research. The media collection includes various digital non-print materials such as software, DVDs, and music CDs.