Students admitted and enrolled in an award course at CHS will be deemed eligible to graduate if they:
All students deemed eligible to graduate will be included in the next scheduled graduation ceremony. Any student who is eligible to graduate may elect to defer their graduation to a subsequent ceremony not more than 12 months following the completion of their award course. Any student who is eligible to graduate may elect to graduate in absentia. A student who has graduated in absentia will not be permitted to participate in another official graduation as a graduand of the same award.
Academic Record is an official and certified document detailing a student’s enrolment record at the College. Each transcript will testify the following information:
The Student Completion Letter is an official and certified document identifying that the student named on the document has successfully completed the award named on the letter. Each letter will testify the following information:
Letter of Completion will only be issued to students who are eligible to graduate. The Student Completion Letter will be printed on stationary featuring a security background and micro security text, and will show the name and signature of the college Registrar.
Statement of Attainment is an official and certified document identifying that the student named on the document has successfully completed a specified number of units as named on the statement. Each statement will testify the following information:
A Statement of Attainment will only be issued to students for units enrolled in and completed at the College. Units for which a student has been awarded Recognition of Prior Learning will not be included on the Statement of Attainment.
Students who have outstanding financial obligations to the College will not be eligible to receive a Statement of Attainment until the obligations are fulfilled.
The Statement of Attainment will be printed on stationary featuring a security background and micro security text, and will show the name and signature of the Registrar and a unique certificate number for document identification.
The Registrar may approve the replacement of any official and certified document issued by CHS in cases where the originally issued document has been lost, or partially destroyed, or where the recipient student has legally changed their name.
The replacement document will specify the date of re-issue and an annotation declaring the document to be a replacement. The listed names and signatures of the Registrar and Principal (as appropriate), and other design features as specified above will be current as on the date of re-issue of the document.