The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires that postsecondary institutions make specific disclosures to students. This requirement applies to institutions participating in federal student aid programs.
In compliance with federal law, HACC students can review the following disclosed information. Call the listed office or visit the indicated website for more information. You can request paper copies of the disclosed information.
Academic programs and accreditation
Alcohol and drug policy
Copyright infringement and peer to peer file sharing policies
These policies relate to copyright infringement and unauthorized use of software. The policies also explain unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials using HACC information technology systems.
Graduation and retention rates
HACC discloses this information in accordance with the Student Right to Know Act:
Intercollegiate athletic program participation rates and financial support data
Placement of graduates
Review information about employment rates:
Price of attendance
Privacy of student records
The Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects students' educational records:
Security policies, crime statistics and crime log
Victims can submit a written request for Information for Crime Victims about Disciplinary Hearings.
Services for students with disability
The Disability Services Department provides disability information and referrals, accommodations, assessments, assistance and training.
Student body diversity
Student complaint information by state and agency
HACC encourages students to file grievance complaints internally. Students can also make a complaint in their residing state.
Textbook information and required course materials