Financial Education for Securities, Banking, & Insurance Professionals.
Three critical pieces of paperwork are REQUIRED:
- The Attendance Grade Report (referred to as the A&GR) - It is extremely important that all attendance and grade entries be made accurately in ink each week. The completed A&GR becomes the primary permanent student record. Entries are considered complete, accurate, and final when received by The American College. The completed A&GR must be returned with the packet of completed examinations.
- Final Exam Request/Class Roster Form- This form must be completed and returned after the 2nd class session in order for the Moderator or Proctor to receive the course exam packet.
- The Final Exam - To receive credit for an FA course, all students must take a final exam. Exams are typically 50 multiple-choice questions that are administered by the Moderator during the 9th week of class. The exams are then mailed back to The College for grading.
What criteria must students follow when selecting a proctor for a final exam reschedule or retake?
The American College has partnered with the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) to market and deliver sales training and education. An advisory board, the Financial Services Training Council (FSTC), consisting of leading industry representatives, provides advice and counsel to ensure that the LUTCF and FSS designation programs meet the needs of the insurance and financial community and The College's standards of academic excellence.