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Federal Student Right to Know

The Student Right-To-Know Act, 34, CFR668, 41, requires all institutions who participate in financial assistance programs under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, and who award athletically-related student aid to publish the freshmen rate of athletically-related financial aid and the graduation rate or completion rate for all first-time, full-time, degree, or certificate seeking freshmen who entered college by fall 1996 and subsequent years.

The view the most current Student Right to Know and Annual Security Report, please use the links below.

Reporting Crime on Campus

Any student, employee or visitor on campus should report the incidence of criminal activity to the Department of Public Safety (ext. 4500) and/or to the Dean of Students (ext. 4550).  Criminal activity at an off-campus location should be reported to the center/campus director who, in turn, will report it to the appropriate officials.

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