Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act Disclosure
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Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act Disclosure

Notice of Required Disclosures

Each year Redstone College distributes the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Report to current students, prospective students and employees upon request. Paper copies of all materials listed below are available upon request and may be obtained from the office of student support, admissions, the executive assistant and the registrar’s office.

Following is a list of the required disclosures, summary descriptions, designated individual(s) available to give assistance, and information on how to obtain a detailed copy of each disclosure.

Campus Safety and Security
This disclosure provides comprehensive statistics on campus related crimes that have occurred during the three most recent calendar years, policies and procedures for reporting crimes, policies concerning the security of and access to campus facilities, policies concerning vaccinations, policies concerning campus law enforcement, missing persons, emergency notifications and evacuation, and fire safety and crime prevention programs, disaggregated by gender, by each major racial and ethnic sub-group, and type of federal aid received. Annual Security Reports are posted on campus, available in the Student Support office, and sent to all students Oct 1. They are also available on our website.

Completion/Graduation Rates
This disclosure provides information on the completion or graduation rate of a cohort of certificate or degree-seeking, full-time undergraduates who graduated or completed their program within 150% of the normal time for graduation or completion. Comparable student retention rates are also included. This can be found in the Student Support department at each campus and on our website.

Copyright Infringement
This policy describes the process necessary for legal compliance of federal, state and local statutes as well as outlines the school’s expectations and sanctions against infringement violations, including peer-to-peer file sharing. This can be found in the Student Services Office, in our academic catalog and on our website.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy and Prevention Plan
This statement describes the College’s expectations of student and employee conduct, defines drug and alcohol related offenses, describes the physical effects of alcohol, as well as sanctions against infringement violations. The prevention plan also provides abuse prevention and assistance programs. This information is available in our academic catalog, on our website, within the student portal, and is included in the Annual Security Report.

Employment Positions Available to Graduates
This disclosure provides a list of the employment positions determined to be within the field for which a student receives education and training for as well as the calculation of job placement rates. This can be found in the Admissions, Education, Student Support and Career Services departments at each campus and on our website.

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
FERPA, passed by Congress in 1974, gives students the right to access their educational records; the consent to release a record to a third party; challenge information in their records, and be notified of their privacy rights. This can be found in our academic catalog and on our website.

Financial Assistance
Provides information on all available federal, state, local, private and institutional financial need-based and non-need-based assistance programs, application procedures, award criteria and disbursement, satisfactory progress standards, student responsibilities, deferment, and return of Title IV funds. This is available on our Financial Aid student portal, in our academic catalog and on our website.

Graduate Employment Rates/Performance Fact Sheet
These disclosures provide information on the employment and completion rate of all graduates based upon the most recent calendar year. These can be found on our website.

Graduate Statistics Disclosure
This disclosure provides a description of the manner in which the completion, placement, licensure, and salary and wage information are compiled and calculated. This can be found in the Career Services department at each campus and on our website.

Institutional Information
This disclosure provides general information related to each Redstone College campus, including, but not limited to: cost of attendance, procedures to officially withdraw from school, refund policies, academic programs, instructional personnel, facilities, accrediting agencies, special services for disabled students, academic program improvements and availability of employees responsible for the dissemination of the information. This can be found in our academic catalog or related tuition addenda.

Salary Disclosure Information
This disclosure provides a list of the objective sources of information used to substantiate the salary disclosure. This can be found in the Career Services department at each campus and on our website.

Sexual Harassment Policy and Sexual Assault Prevention Plan
This document outlines the college’s non-discrimination and sexual harassment policies and procedures in the event of a sexual assault, including rights of the victim and rights of the accused and information about accessing the sex offender registry. This can be found in the Student Support Office, in our academic catalog and on our website.

Student Body Diversity
Institutional and financial assistance information for prospective and enrolled students which includes: student body diversity at the institution including information about the percent of enrolled, full-time students by gender, how many are self- identified as a member of a major racial or ethnic group, and recipients of financial aid assistance. This can be found on our website.

Student Code of Conduct
This document provides a code of ethics that students are expected to follow, while on campus or in attendance at a school function. This can be found in our academic catalog and on our website.

Transfer of Credit
The Redstone College Statement of Current Transfer of Credit Policies includes established criteria regarding credit transfer from other institutions. This can be found in our academic catalog and on our website.