Academic Police

Drug Free Workplace Policy
Lordland Education Group has a policy of maintaining a Drug-free Workplace. All employees and students are hereby notified that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in this institution's workplace. The workplace is defined as any classrooms, hallway, restroom, parking, or storage areas that are connected to the main campus at 119 N. Belmont Ave, Los Angeles, California 90026. All students must sign a drug free policy found in the administrative office during normal office hours.

Equal Opportunity/ Non-Discrimination Policy
All aspects of Lordland Education Group's programs will be administered in compliance with Titles VI and VIII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. No individual will be excluded from participation in, denied benefits of, subjected to discrimination under or denied employment in the administration of or in connection with Lordland Education Group’s programs because of race, color, age, disability, citizenship, handicap or political affiliation.
Lordland Education Group's commitment is that participation in any program shall be open to citizens and nationals of the United States, lawfully admitted refugees and parolees and other individuals authorized by the Attorney General to work in the United States. Lordland University’s commitment is that no individual will be intimidated, threatened, coerced, or discriminated against because of filing a complaint, furnishing information or assisting or participating in any manner in an investigation, compliance review, hearing or any other activity related to the administration of Lordland Education Group's programs.

Sexual Harassment Policy
Sexual Harassment is a violation of Section 503 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It is Lordland Education Group’s policy that all its employees/ students have a right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment in any form. Such conduct (sexual harassment) may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination. No manager or supervisor(instructor) shall threaten or insinuate, either explicitly or otherwise to an employee/student that refusal to submit to sexual advances will adversely affect employees’'/students’' employment, assignment, promotion, transfer, evaluation, wages, or any other term or condition of employment/enrollment.
Sexual Harassment is defined as:
• Unwelcomed physical or verbal contact;
• Sexually explicit language or gestures;
• Uninvited or unwanted sexual advances;
• An offensive overall environment, including the use of vulgar language, the presence of sexually explicit photographs or other materials, and the telling of sexual stories or jokes.
No employee/student shall threaten or insinuate, either explicitly or otherwise that refusal to submit to sexual advances will adversely affect the entrance or participation in a program. Lordland Education Group prohibits other sexually harassing conduct in the workplace/university, whether committed by supervisors, nonsupervisory employees, subcontractors, students, or vendors. This includes: repeated sexual advances, propositions, unwanted flirtations, continual or repeated verbal abuse of a sexual nature; graphic verbal commentaries about a person’s body; gestures; or the display in the workplace/ university of sexually suggestive objects or pictures. Any employee/student who believes that he/she has been a victim of sexual harassment in the workplace/university should notify his/her supervisor and follow the grievance procedures provided by this organization for the filing of sexual harassment complaints.

Policy on Sexual Assault
The term sexual assault includes, but is not limited to: rape, acquaintance rape, sexual battery, forced sodomy, forced-oral copulation, rape by a foreign object, or threat of sexual assault. Students, faculty and staff who are victims of a sexual assault committed upon the grounds of the University, or upon off-campus grounds or facilities maintained by affiliated student organizations, are required by law to be advised of specified-remedial information which should include any treatment which may be available.
Rape is the most prevalent, serious-violent crime committed on college campuses. Rape, including acquaintance rape, or any other form of sexual assault, will not be tolerated by Lordland University. Where there is evidence that campus-related sexual assault has been committed, severe campus disciplinary action will be initiated. Such campus disciplinary action may include, after due process, the possibility of dismissal, suspension or disenrollment. Additionally, where the victim initiates criminal action, the perpetrator is subject to criminal penalties which may include fines and imprisonment.
Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to:
• For faculty: Plagiarism and Falsifying University Documents Plagiarism is a faculty member intentionally or knowingly presenting words, ideas or the work of others as one's own work. Falsifying any university document - includes falsifying signatures on university forms, documents or papers; forging another person's signature or the modification of university documents which are presented as originals. Breaches of academic integrity are handled by the program director, department chairperson, school dean or the vice president. It is the responsibility of all faculty and staff to be informed as to what constitutes academic dishonesty and to follow the policy.
• For Students: Plagiarism is intentionally or knowingly presenting words, ideas or the work of others as one's own work. Plagiarism includes copying homework, copying lab reports, copying computer programs, using a work or portion of a work written or created by another but not crediting the source, using one's own work completed in a previous class for credit in another class without permission, paraphrasing another's work without giving credit and borrowing or using ideas without giving credit. Cheating during exams- includes unauthorized crib sheets, copying from another, looking at another student's exam, opening books when not authorized, obtaining advance copies of exams, using unapproved or compromising computer technology to share exam information or an exam given by or on computers and having an exam re-graded after making changes. Exam cheating includes exams given during classes, final exams and standardized tests.
• Use of unauthorized study aids: includes utilization of other's computer programs or solutions, copying a copyrighted computer program without permission, using old lab reports, having others perform one's share of lab work and using any material prohibited by the instructor. Falsifying any university document - includes falsifying signatures on university forms, such as add/drop and withdrawal forms, forging another student's signature and falsifying prerequisite requirements.
It is the responsibility of all students to be informed of what constitutes academic dishonesty and to follow the policy. A student who is aware of another student's academic dishonesty is encouraged to report the instance to the instructor of the class, the test administrator, or the school dean, department chairperson, program director or other appropriate supervisor or administrator so that appropriate disciplinary action may be taken.




Lordland Group

Contact us


  119 N. Belmont Ave,
  Los Angeles, California 90026
  P.O. Box 70070,
  Los Angeles, CA 90070


  (213) 250-7744,
  (213) 700-0886
  Fax: (213) 250-7745