DATS of Virginia is Certified to Operate in Virginia by
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
James Monroe Building
101 N. 14th Street Richmond, VA 23219 & operates at the following locations:
Fairfax 9942 Main St Fairfax, VA 22031
Fredericksburg 201 Park Hill Dr Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Manassas 7800 Sudley Rd, Ste 7810 Manassas, VA 20109
Woodbridge 14520 Smoketown Rd Woodbridge, VA 22192
DATS of Virginia, LLC is registered to do business in Virginia.
Each school is located within a functioning dental office. The following table indicates the dimensions. Students perform hands-on tasks in treatment and other dental rooms.
|Campus||Classroom Size||Total Sq Ft||Lab Size Total Sq Ft|
|Fredericksburg||18ft x 15ft||270 sq ft||10ft x 12ft||120 sq ft|
|Manassas||24ft x 16ft||384 sq ft||10ft x 12ft||120 sq ft|
|Woodbridge||25ft x 30ft||750 sq ft||10ft x 14ft||140 sq ft.|
Student’s Right to Withdraw and Receive a Refund
The enrollment agreement is a legally binding instrument upon the school’s written acceptance of the student’s application for admission.
If the school closes, or cancels or changes a program of study or location in such a way that the student who has started is unable to complete training, arrangements will be made in a timely manner to accommodate the needs of each student enrolled in the program who is affected by the cancellation or change. If the school is unable to make alternative arrangements that are satisfactory to the student, the school will refund all money paid by the student for the program.
If the school closes, or cancels or changes a program in a way that is not satisfactory to the student, the school will refund all money paid by the student including the $100 registration fee.
Students may cancel the enrollment agreement by written notice at any time within three (3) business days after signing the contract for a full refund of all monies paid. If withdrawal occurs three (3) business days after signing the original contract and prior to the first class, all monies will be refunded except the registration fee of $100.00. If a prospective student is not admitted, does not enroll in the school, does not begin the program, withdraws prior to the start date or is dismissed prior to the start date, all fees and payments will be returned with the exception of nonrefundable fees.
Tuition for students who elect to withdraw or are terminated from the program after class has started will be refunded or pro-rated according to the following calculations after the cancellation period expires. Book & material fees are non-refundable once class has started.
More than 75%No Refund100%
|% of course taught||Tuition Refunded (if paid)||Tuition Owed|
|Less than 25%||75%||25%|
A refund due a student shall be based on the date of withdrawal or termination, which is the last date of attendance by the student, and will be paid within 45 days from the date of withdrawal or termination.
Unresolved disputes/Grievance Policy
Students are expected to address any disagreement or conflict directly with the individual involved in person with a written document outlining the complaint and communication. After this, if there is no satisfactory resolution, the student may set an appointment by phone to see the school director. All communications regarding the complaint must be in writing and all meetings and communications will be documented in the student file. Every attempt at a satisfactory resolution will be made. If the complaint cannot be resolved after exhausting the institution’s grievance procedure, or the student believes the problem has still not satisfactorily been resolved, then s/he may contact:
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV)
James Monroe Building
101 North Fourteenth Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Students who file a complaint to administration have absolute guarantee of no retribution.