A ll students of CIBT are required to have an official CIBT photo identification card, which shall be valid throughout the student’s stay at CIBT. The ID card shall be issued at the beginning of the first academic year of the student, when he/she has satisfied all registration requirements. Students are required to carry their ID cards at all times on campus and must present them upon request by any staff, faculty member or security officer of the Institute. In case of deferment of programme, suspension, dismissal or withdrawal, the student concerned shall surrender his/her identification card to the Registrar. Students who return to continue with their programmes shall apply for a new identification card, to reflect the new expiry date, on payment of the appropriate fee.
A fine will be assessed against any student who interferes with the educational pursuits of another student by:
Upon receipt of notice, immediate payment of fines must be made at the Cashier’s Office. The student’s receipt must be presented to officer at the Circulation Desk. If such procedures are not followed, all grades of said student will be withheld at the end of the semester and will not be recorded or followed to the student until the fine has been paid.
The Institute does not have a breakage fee for items broken or destroyed in the departments and areas on campus. Any such items broken, damaged, or destroyed will be paid for by the student at actual replacement cost.
The dress and grooming of students shall at all times be clean, neat, decent, and promote a positive Christian character. Therefore, clothing and articles of clothing such as the following are prohibited:
All students will dress in appropriate business attire for lectures.
Appropriate business dress for male students shall be:
Appropriate business dress for female students shall be:
In line with the National Friday Wear policy, all students (male and female) shall wear made-in-Ghana traditional wear of acceptable and decent style.
All Junior Members are required to wear academic and/or cultural dress appropriate for the following ceremonial occasions:
Students who contravene rules shall either be fined or suspended.
All students shall follow the following procedure and channels to have their academic and non-academic requests met and their complaints resolved.
As a last resort, appeals on both academic and non-academic matters may be made to the President and, if necessary, to the Governing Council whose decision shall be final.
Students shall maintain at all times a kind of environment that supports the basic academic enterprise. To maintain a suitable academic environment, it is desirable that the campus of the Institute is kept as quiet as possible, at all times. Students shall not make undue noise on campus, especially from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. Breach of the above shall attract a fine, to be determined from time to time.
The following shall govern all student publications:
Contravention of any of regulations shall attract a fine, suspension or dismissal.
All excursions and educational trips organised by students shall be governed by the following regulations:
Where Institute transport facilities are available, they may be ordered for any approved journeys by the organisers of an approved group of students. A fee may be charged. Request for transport shall be made through the SRC President or Patron to the Dean of Students who will forward same to the Registrar, at least, five working days in advance. All requests for transport shall contain the following particulars:
No student is allowed to possess any form of arms or ammunition, whether licensed or unlicensed, on campus.
Possession of, and indulgence in, hard drugs on any part of CIBT premises are prohibited.
Students who contravene these rules shall either be suspended or dismissed.