Student Consumer Information
Note: Some of this information is currently being revised.
Federal regulations (part 668.41 – Student Assistance General Provisions) require that certain information be provided to all enrolled students on an annual basis, and to all prospective students. Following is a list and brief description of the required disclosures and information on where you can obtain a detailed copy of each disclosure.
The college is required to provide you with general information regarding Clatsop Community College, including: the cost of attendance, academic programs, accrediting agencies, special services for students, appropriate campus contacts for all information, a description of the institution’s refund policies, return of funds to Title IV programs (financial aid), and the institution’s procedures for officially withdrawing. The primary sources for this information are the catalog, class schedule, and the College’s web site at www.clatsopcc.edu.
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs-Biennial Program Review (.docx, 528 KB)
Available Financial Assistance
Information on available federal, state, and institutional financial need-based and non-need based assistance programs can be found by reviewing the Clatsop Community College Financial Aid website. The website includes descriptions of student aid programs, application procedures and eligibility criteria, and the rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial assistance. The Financial Assistance Office can be reached by phone at 503-338-2322 or email at email@example.com. Scholarship information and applications may be accessed on-line. Go to CCC’s web site at www.clatsopcc.edu and click on the Financial Assistance link and then on scholarships. Several student computers are available in Student Service Welcome Center for use in accessing this information or, applications may also be picked up in Columbia Hall, room 109.
(Reference, Procedure 6.025P-1; adopted 6-6-02; revised 11-21-02, 5-20-03).
This report provides information on the graduation rates of a cohort of full-time degree or certificate seeking students who graduated within 150% of normal time for graduation. This information is available in the Student Right-to-Know Report (.pdf, 577 KB). This year's data is for 2013-2014. In order to view these documents (.pdf) you must have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
FERPA, also known as the Buckley Amendment, gives students the right to:
Information on FERPA is available in the student hand-out entitled “Your Student Records.”
Campus Safety Report
This disclosure provides statistics on campus safety and crime for the three most recent calendar years, policies and procedures for reporting crimes, information regarding campus security provisions, and crime prevention programs on campus.
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