Student Consumer Information
Federal regulations (part 668.41 – Student Assistance General Provisions) require certain information be provided to all enrolled students on an annual basis, and to all prospective students. Following is a list of the required disclosures with links to additional information. These are generally referred to as your “Student Right-to-Know” documents and are designed to help you make informed decisions about your education.
- Affirmative Action Statement
- Constitution Day (Sept. 17)
- Copyright Infringement Policy
- Standard Cost of Attendance
- Net Price Calculator (How much will it cost you?)
- FERPA: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Your Student Records)
- College Library
- Non-Discrimination Policy
- Services and Facilities for Students with Disabilities
- Student Grievance Procedure
- Disclosure Statement
Students at a Glance/Student Diversity
- Academic Progress Policy
- Academic Departments/Programs
- Gainful Employment
- Articulation and Partnership Agreements
- Adult Basic Education Programs
- Campus Academic Facilities
- Faculty and Staff Contact Information
- Credit for Prior Learning (CPL)
- Bookstore Information
- Transfer Credit Policies
The Financial Assistance Office
503-338-2322 or firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail).
Columbia Hall, room 116.
- Applying for Financial Aid
- Types of Financial Aid
- Withdrawal and Refund Policy
- Return of Financial Aid Due to Withdrawal
- Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Aid
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
- Work Study Terms and Conditions
- Net Price Calculator (How much will college cost for you?)
- Financial Aid Eligibility - Criminal Convictions
- Client Contracts & Profile
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse
- Annual Security Report (ASR)
- Emergency Procedures
- Standards of Student Conduct
- Immunization Requirements
- Safety - Contact Information
- Mandatory Reporting – Child Protection Policy
- Integrated Pest Management Plan | Low Impact Pesticides (Updated Nov. 2018)
This data represents completions as reported to the National Center for Education Statistics. The college annually reports this information as part of the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).
While the college may enroll more than 2000 students in a typical Fall Term, the college reports a much smaller subset of students to IPEDS. This subset is used to calculate completion, retention and transfer rates for the college.
Data on Clatsop and other academic institutions is available through the National Center for Education Statistics website College Navigator.
Data as last reported April, 2018.