Elite Diplome in Culinary Arts
Completion Rate: 54%
Employment Rate: 85.71%
Placement Rate: 85.71%
Elite Diplome in Baking and Pastry Arts
Completion Rate: 50%
Employment Rate: 83.33%
Placement Rate: 83.33%
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Culinary Arts
Completion Rate: 43%
Employment Rate: 80.95%
Placement Rate: 80.95%
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Baking and Pastry Arts
Completion Rate: 50%
Employment Rate: 75%
Placement Rate: 75%
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Hospitality and Restaurant Management–
Employment Rate: 100%
Placement Rate: 100%
Elite Diplome de Cuisine-
Graduation Rate: 85%
Employment Rate: 65%
Elite Diplome de Patisserie—
Graduation Rate: 67%
Employment Rate: 30%
Elite Diplome in Culinary Arts—
Graduation Rate: 64%
Employment Rate: 64%
Elite Diplome in Baking and Pastry Arts
Graduation Rate: 82%
Employment Rate: 50%
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Culinary Arts—
Graduation Rate: 55%
Employment Rate: 77%
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Baking and Pastry Arts—
Employment Rate: 64%
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Hospitably and Restaurant Management–
Graduation Rate: 67%
Employment Rate: 100%
The Annual Campus Security Report, also known as the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.”
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®’s Annual Security Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault, and other matters.
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® is providing the following information to all of its employees and students as part of the CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® commitment to safety and security pursuant to the requirements of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Also, see Crime Report Definitions to follow that will assist with the understanding of Campus Security Policies and Crime Statistics. If you should have questions about any of the information provided in this Report, please contact the School Director, CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®, by phone/mail:
713-692-0077 | 7070 Allensby, Houston, TX 77022
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Report is distributed to every student and employee on an annual basis and is available to prospective employees and students at their request. A copy of the Campus Security and Crime Prevention Policy is placed in each employee’s mailbox. The report is distributed to all students through the Campus Security and Crime Prevention Policy Handout and is displayed on our website. This is distributed during orientation and/or to currently enrolled students in class.
The following statistics are provided for your information in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Act and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Culinary Institute Lenôtre compiles the crime statistic policies annually by gathering all reported data and prepares the report for the employees and students. The report consists of the three most recently completed calendar years statistics. Moreover, local police agencies are contacted by the Compliance Director to maintain a working relationship and formulate statistics for the annual crime statistics report. Set forth in the first box below are statistics available to the Institution concerning the occurrence on the Institution’s campus which was reported to the Houston Police Department. The second box below sets forth available statistics concerning the number of criminal offenses in relation to hate crimes on the Institution’s campus, non-campus buildings and property, and public property. Finally, in the third box arrests and “referrals for campus disciplinary action” for liquor law violations, drug law violations, and illegal weapons possession are listed. Victims or witnesses may report crimes on a voluntary, confidential basis for inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics.
The following statistics show the total criminal offenses, hate crimes and arrests/referrals for campus disciplinary action that occurred on the Institute’s campus, and public property.
CRIME STATISTICS The following statistics are provided for your information in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. Set forth below are statistics available to the Institution concerning the occurrence of criminal offenses in the listed categories which were reported to campus security contacts or local police agencies.
The crimes listed above plus any other crimes involving bodily injury reported to local police agencies or to a campus security authority, that manifest evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the victim’s actual or perceived race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or disability are listed below, according to type of criminal offense and category of prejudice.
Should a hate crime be reported, it will be identified by hate crime category (race, gender, religion, etc).
Arrests/Persons Referred for Campus Disciplinary Action
On-campus disciplinary procedures against students will be in accordance with CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® published Student Conduct Policy. Both the accuser and the accused are entitled to have others present during a disciplinary proceeding. Both will be informed of the outcome of any campus disciplinary proceeding. For this purpose, the outcome of a disciplinary proceeding means only CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® final determination with respect to the alleged sexual offense and any sanction that is imposed against the accused. Sanctions, which may be imposed following a final determination of a disciplinary proceeding regarding rape, acquaintance rape, or other forcible or non-forcible sex offenses, may include warning, probation, suspension, or dismissal.
Student Alcohol & Drug Policy
In keeping with section 120(a) through (d) of The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, including the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226), a “Drug Free Schools and Campuses” publication, the Drug Prevention Policy, is provided to the Institution annually.
Pursuant to federal and state drug laws, students are prohibited from the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession, sale or use of illicit/illegal drugs. CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® also enforces state laws regarding underage drinking. This prohibition applies while on the property of the school or when participating in any institutional activity. Students or employees who violate this policy will be subject to disciplinary action up to, and including, expulsion from school or termination of employment. Students are provided a CAMPUS SECURITY POLICIES/CRIME STATISTICS REPORT that they sign at orientation.
The institution will use its Emergency Notification System to notify the Campus Community of any immediate threat to the Campus Community upon the confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or employees occurring on the campus.
Students and employees will receive text messages and/or Cell Phone contacts with information relative to the threat and the action to be taken by the Campus Community.
The institution will, without delay, and taking into account the safety of the community, determine the content of the notification and initiate the notification system, unless the notification will, in the professional judgment of responsible authorities, compromise efforts to assist victims or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency.
CONFIRMATION OF THE TYPE OF EMERGENCY/DANGEROUS SITUATION will be through the Chief Executive’s or President’s office. The CEO or President will confirm the type of emergency and will determine what emergency response agency will be notified.
All emergencies are deemed reportable immediately to the any member of the staff and faculty. Upon such notification, those received the report are directed to report to the CEO, Director of Academic Affairs and/or the Director of Admissions. Notification to Campus management does not preclude notification to all emergency authorities by any member of the Campus Community.
Roberto Hernandez: 713-358-5089
PROCEDURES FOR DISSEMINATING EMERGENCY INFORMATION TO THE LARGER COMMUNITY
Any member of the Campus Community may, at their discretion notify public authorities of any emergency or dangerous situation on campus. The three principles named above will also determine if public authorities/emergency and law enforcement agencies will be notified and will do so by the most expeditious means immediately available.
THE INSTITUTION’S PROCEDURES TO TEST THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES
On at least an annual basis, the institution will test the Emergency Response Communications system using text messaging and/e-mail transmissions. A log will be kept of the date and time of the test. A survey will be distributed to the campus community to solicit feedback on the effectiveness of the notification. The surveys will be maintained for a minimum of one year and the data on the response effectiveness recorded as part of the test log.
Information regarding registered sex offenders under section 170101 (j) of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 is available with the Houston Police Department, located at:
105 Greenspoint Mall, Houston, TX 77060
Additional information can be obtained by calling the police department at (281) 875-6155. Information regarding registered sex offenders under section 170101 (j) of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 is available on-line at: http://www.houstontx.gov/police/
On-campus computer labs with internet access are available for you to view the above website at the South Campus from:
8 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday; and Friday 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
If the general speaker system or your instructor announces ‘fire evacuation’, you must leave the building immediately, using the closest stairway, and gather at one of the two fire evacuation meeting points. The first meeting point is 4000 Allensby Street (across the street in front of the gate; the gray 2-story office building on the I-45 service road). The second fire evacuation meeting point is located at the parking gate at Riggs Road on our north parking lot. You must remain there to be counted by the firemen and management until a school official gives you new instructions.
If the general speaker system or our instructor announces ‘tornado alarm’, student must leave their classroom. Keep away from glass windows with their instructor to reach the shelter situated on the floor students are on. Do not use any stairs. Do not exit the building. We have two shelters; the shelter area upstairs is located in the Computer Room, next to the Learning Resource Center. The shelter area downstairs is at the east entrance of the restaurant. Both shelter rooms have an identification sign.
The school building was built in 1983 with steel reinforced concrete. It is equipped with battery operated emergency exit lights. If the second floor needs to be evacuated use the north stairway only. CIL reserves the right to conduct evacuation drills at any time. In both cases of fire or tornado, follow these rules.
Brochures on sexual assault issues are normally available in the student lounge. Should a student or employee be sexually assaulted, it is the student(s)/employee(s) option to notify the appropriate law enforcement authorities, including on-campus authorities and local police. At the student’s/employee’s request, the Safety and Security Administrator or other CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® officials will assist in notifying the proper authorities. Victims of sexual assault or rape should follow these recommended steps:
It is also recommended that victims call the Rape Crisis Hotline at 1-877-906-7273. It is open 24 hours a day and their counselors can help answer medical and emotional questions at any hour and in complete confidence. Reporting the rape to the police is up to the victim, but it is important to remember that reporting a rape is not the same as prosecuting a rape. Victims are strongly encouraged to call the police and report the rape. CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® will assist in identifying off-campus counseling or mental health services if the victim requests. After any campus sexual assaults are reported, the victims of such crimes have the right to request that CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® personnel take steps or actions reasonably feasible to prevent any unnecessary or unwanted contact or proximity with alleged assailants, if applicable, including the transfer of classes.
Other rape crisis centers or mental health agencies available to assist a victim of sexual offenses include:
Houston Area Women’s Shelter, Address not published, 713-528-2121 (Hotline)
Montrose Counseling Center, 701 Richmond, Houston, TX 77006, 713-529-0037
REPORTING CRIMES AND EMERGENCIES
A safe environment is everyone’s responsibility. Students and employees are encouraged to report all criminal acts, suspicious activities, or emergencies promptly and have the right to report these matters confidentially. Victims or witnesses to a crime are encouraged to file a report of the incident. Reports can be filed on a voluntary and confidential basis for inclusion in the annual disclosure of crime statistics by contacting the Compliance Director. Reports are kept in a secure location in the Compliance Director’s office. Names of victims or witnesses are not disclosed in the crime report. It is the policy of CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® that all criminal acts or other emergencies be properly documented and reported to local authorities as required by law.
Students and employees should promptly report all criminal actions and emergencies occurring on or around CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® facilities to the College Director (Safety and Security Administrator) either in person or by calling 713-692-0077. If the Safety and Security Administrator is not available, you may contact the School Receptionist, and the Houston Police Department Police Department by dialing 911 or 713- 884-3131.
All criminal activity is documented by the completion of an Incident Report and is reported to local police agencies and the Safety and Security Administrator. Criminal activity might include, but is not limited to, murder/non- negligent manslaughter, negligent manslaughter, forcible sex offenses, non-forcible sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson, and hate crimes, including crimes perpetrated based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity/national origin, or disability.
In the event of fire or medical emergencies, staff and employees should dial 911 and then notify-
Roberto Hernandez: 713-358-5089
POLICIES FOR PREPARING THE ANNUAL DISCLOSURE OF CRIMINAL STATISTICS
All incidents are reported and documented on the Incident Report, which is sent to the Safety and Security Administrator. Reports are kept in a secure location in the Compliance Manager’s office. The annual crime report is prepared by gathering campus crime statistics and data from the local police department and other relevant information by the Compliance Manager.
It is the policy of CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® that access to Institution’s facilities is limited to authorized personnel, students and invited visitors. Visitors are at all times subject to CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® policies and conduct codes. Students and employees are responsible for the conduct of their guests at all times.
In pursuit of this policy, all employees shall be required to:
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® does not have off-campus locations of student organizations officially recognized by the Institution, including student organizations with off-campus housing facilities. CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® does not have any on or off-campus housing facilities.
All students are required to:
CAMPUS SECURITY ENFORCEMENT
During the hours of darkness, armed security personnel at the school building are there at the direction of CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® management. They are responsible for ensuring that persons entering the building are employees, students, and their families or invited guests. They are authorized to request identification from those individuals, who are unfamiliar to them, and identification is required of all individuals arriving or leaving after the building is secured. They have the authority to evict unauthorized persons from the premises. Students are advised to carry their School Photo ID card at all times and to present them upon request. Security personnel may not make arrests, but are instructed to promptly contact the Safety and Security Administrator or any manager at CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®, if any illegal activity occurs.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH LOCAL AND STATE POLICE
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® is located in Harris County. CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® maintains a close working relationship with the Houston Police Department with periodic contact initiated by CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® personnel to ensure that CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® is aware of criminal offenses and arrests occurring on or near the campus so that they can be properly reported, and if necessary, provide for timely warning reports on crimes that represent a continuing threat. Timely warning reports are placed in employee mailboxes and students are notified by student handouts. Bulletins are also posted around the Institution.
PROGRAMS TO INFORM STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES ABOUT CAMPUS SECURITY
All new CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® employees are instructed on crime awareness, prevention, and campus security during the hiring process. Employees are instructed on crime awareness, prevention and campus security during staff/faculty meetings, and are also encouraged to take responsibility for their own security, as well as their fellow co-workers and students.
All new CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® students are instructed on crime awareness, prevention and campus security during orientation, and are encouraged to take responsibility for their own security, as well as their fellow classmates and the CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® employees. The orientation includes a description of campus security policies and procedures, suggestions on how to avoid becoming a crime victim, evacuation plans at the institution, and procedures for reporting any criminal activity or emergency.
PROGRAMS TO INFORM STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES ABOUT THE PREVENTION OF CRIMES
In the event the Institution, with the assistance of the local police, determines that a particular criminal offense continues to be a threat to the campus community, the Safety and Security Administrator will notify the Institution’s community by bulletin board notices, notices read by instructors in classrooms, and notices in student handouts.
Students are requested to review the Institution’s School Catalog where sections discussing Student Conduct Policy can be found. Also, students are requested to read this Campus Security and Crime Prevention Policy handout that discusses procedures for reporting Crimes and Emergencies, Crime Awareness, and Campus Security. Employees are requested to review the Institution’s Employee Handbook where information regarding Employee Conduct and the Safety policy can be found. Furthermore, employees are requested to read this Campus Security and Crime Prevention Policy handout that discusses procedures for reporting Crimes and Emergencies, Crime Awareness, and Campus Security.
OFF-CAMPUS STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Should a student or employee be a victim of injury or crime during a school-sponsored activity, the student or employee should notify the appropriate agencies, (i.e., police, ambulance, or fire department). The student or employee should then notify the Safety and Security Administrator as soon as possible.
Programs / Procedures Regarding Sexual Assault
Educational programs promoting the awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, and other sex offenses are presented by our Director of Academic Affairs twice a year. Guest speakers present discussions on rape awareness, reducing the risk of being a rape victim, and what to do if you are attacked. Brochures on sexual assault issues are available from Director of Academic Affairs. Should a student be sexually assaulted, it is the student(s) option to notify the appropriate law enforcement authorities, including on-campus authorities and local police. At the student’s request, college officials of his / her choosing will assist in notifying the proper authorities. Victims of sexual assault or rape should follow these recommended steps:
– Go to a safe place following the attack.
– Do not shower, bathe or destroy any of the clothing you were wearing at the time of the attack.
– Go to a hospital emergency room for medical care.
– Make sure you are evaluated for the risk of pregnancy and venereal disease. (A medical examination is the only way to ensure you are not injured, and it could provide valuable evidence should you decide to prosecute.)
– Call someone to be with you, you should not be alone
It is also recommended that victims call the Houston Area Women’s Center at (713) 528-7273. It is open 24 hours a day and their counselors can help answer medical and emotional questions at any hour and in complete confidence. Reporting the rape to the police is up to the victim, but it is important to remember that reporting a rape is not the same as prosecuting a rape. Victims are strongly encouraged to call the police and report the rape. If the victim requests, CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®’s (CIL) Human Resources Manager will assist in identifying off-campus counseling or mental health services. After any student to student sexual assaults are reported, the victims of such crimes have the right to request that CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®’s (CIL) Director of Academic Affairs, Director of Education, and Admissions Director take actions reasonably feasible to prevent any unnecessary or unwanted contact or proximity with alleged assailants
Below is the contact information of local rape crisis centers or mental health agencies available to assist a victim of sexual offenses
The purpose of this policy is to prevent sexual harassment and/or violence toward students and staff, to protect the academic environment, and to ensure that our educational institution responds to harassment and/or violence incidents when they occur in a manner that effectively deters future incidents and affirms respect for individuals.
These regulations apply to any student, faculty member, staff member, or member of the public during any school related activity or during any education sponsored event, whether in a building or other property. The term ‘staff member’, as used in these regulations, shall encompass all employees (administrative, instructors, and interns) of CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® (CIL).
No student, faculty, staff, or member of the public, during any school related activity or during any education sponsored event, whether in a building or other property, shall engage in sexual harassment, amorous relationships, or violence. Persons found to have violated this policy shall be subject to the penalties outlined below.
Sexual Harassment – Sexual harassment consists of sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, sexually motivated physical conduct or other verbal or physical conduct or communication of a sexual nature when:
A) Submission to the conduct or communication is made a term or condition, either explicitly or implicitly, of obtaining or retaining employment, or of obtaining an education; or submission to or rejection of that conduct or communication by an individual is used as a factor in decisions affecting that individual’s employment or education; or
B) That conduct or communication has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with an individual’s employment or education; or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive employment or educational environment.
Sexual harassment may include but is not limited to:
Sexual Violence – Sexual violence is a physical act of aggression or force or the threat thereof which involves the touching of another’s intimate parts, or forcing a person to touch any person’s intimate parts. Intimate parts include the primary genital area, groin, inner thigh, buttocks or breast, as well as the clothing covering these areas. Sexual violence may include, but is not limited to:
Complaint Procedures and Penalties
All alleged incidents of harassment or violence observed by faculty, staff, or students must be reported to the Director of Academic Affairs and / or Admissions Director and / or School Director. It will be dealt with by either corrective counseling at the violator’s expense, suspension, or termination, depending upon the severity of the violation according to state law.
Disciplinary Action and Sanctions
On-campus disciplinary procedures against students will be in accordance with CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®’s (CIL) published Student Conduct Policy. Students will be informed of the outcome of any campus disciplinary proceeding. For this purpose, the outcome of a disciplinary proceeding means only CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® (CIL) final determination with respect to the alleged offenses and any sanction that is imposed against the accused. Sanctions, which may be imposed following a final determination of a disciplinary proceeding regarding an alleged offense, may include warning, probation, suspension or dismissal.
Information Regarding Registered Sex Offenders
The Sex Offender Registration open record information is extracted from the Department of Public Safety (DPS) Sex Offender Registration Database. The DPS maintains files based on registration information submitted by criminal justice agencies and represents a statewide source of information on sex offenders required by law to register. Effective September 1, 1999, the Texas Legislature mandated specific information regarding a sex offender’s home telephone number, social security number, driver’s license number and any information required by DPS for law enforcement purposes not be open record. An on-campus computer with internet access is available for you to view the register’s database on the DPS website at http://records.txdps.state.tx.us. Computers are accessible to students, faculty, and staff in the Student Advisor / Career Services Manager’s office. Chapter 62 (Sex Offender Registration Program), of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure is the Texas law which governs the Sex Offender Registration Program. Any local library should have reference materials available to research the law or you may provide a written request to the Crime Records Service for a copy of the legislation. Additional information can be obtained by calling HPD at (713) 884-3131 or by contacting Crime Stoppers at (713) 222-8477.
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® (CIL) welcomes constructive feedback about any concerns related to teaching and learning at the school. While students are encouraged to resolve concerns or complaints informally and at the lowest possible level, a formal process is established for those who wish to make a written complaint. In this policy, a formal complaint is defined as a written statement signed by a student and submitted to the school about a matter requiring formal consideration and resolution by the management team. Complaints made under this policy will be monitored and reviewed to enable the school to continually improve processes and services in support of student learning.
Before making formal written complaints, students are encouraged to seek a resolution with the faculty or staff member most directly responsible for the area of concern. The most appropriate path for academic and non-academic issues is outlined below:
Instructor or Chef
Director of Academic Affairs
President or VP of Operations/College Director
Out of Class Pathway
Student Services Manager
Director of Academic Affairs
President or VP of Operations/College Director
Faculty or staff will deal with informal concerns of students in an open, professional manner and will take reasonable and prompt action to try to resolve concerns informally.
Students who are uncertain of the correct path in an individual circumstance should consult their academic program chair, academic director, or advisor.
When it has not been possible to resolve a concern informally, a student may wish to make a formal, written complaint.
A student who is dissatisfied with a decision made by the Director of Academic Affairs under this policy may appeal to the President or VP of Operations/College Director.
The appeal must be submitted in writing within thirty days of the complaint resolution.
The President or VP of Operations/College Director will consider the relevant documentation and may, at his or her discretion, consult the Director of Academic Affairs who made the decision and collect new evidence.
If the President or VP of Operations/College Director determines that the complaint process has been conducted in accordance with the college’s policy and the outcome is appropriate, he or she may dismiss the appeal. Otherwise, he will decide the appeal in consultation with the Director of Academic Affairs and other stakeholders. The decision of the President or VP of Operations/College Director is final.
The President or VP of Operations/College Director will notify the student of his or her decision in writing within ten business days of receiving the appeal.
To protect the rights of individual constituents, all processes and decisions related to the student complaint policy are strictly confidential.
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE® (CIL) has a Certificate of Approval from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).
The TWC assigned school number is S0962.
CULINARY INSTITUTE LENOTRE®’s (CIL) programs are approved by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) as well as the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). If a student does not feel that the school has adequately addressed a complaint or concern, the student may consider contacting the Texas Workforce Commission or the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. All complaints considered by the Texas Workforce Commission or the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges must be in written form, with permission from the complainant(s) for the agencies to forward a copy of the complaint to the school for a response. The complainant(s) will be kept informed as to the status of the complaint as well as the final resolution by the agencies. Copies of both commissions’ complaint forms are available at the school and may be obtained by contacting the Director of Academic Affairs.
Information on filing complaint with TWC, THECB, and ACCSC:
Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)
Career Schools and Colleges, Room 226T
101 East 15th Street, Austin, TX 78778-0001
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB)
1200 E. Anderson Lane, Austin, TX 78752
Ph: (512) 427-6101
Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
2101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 302, Arlington, VA 22201