Lower Columbia College makes the following information available to the general public, as required by state and federal laws, accreditation standards, and/or College policy.
Lower Columbia College's Accessible Technology Policy and related resources.
Reports and evaluations in compliance with the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
Explore alternative options for earning academic credit, including Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB).
Security and fire safety reports, timely warnings, and trespassed persons.
The federal Higher Education Act prohibits colleges from misrepresenting educational programs, financial charges or employability of its graduates.
Information about per student FTE cost of instruction.
Guidelines for Expressive Activities on Lower Columbia College's campus.
Yearly data on LCC students and the surrounding community.
Federal law protects the privacy of student records.
Key dates and deadlines related to applying for financial aid.
Skills for all LCC students that describes the knowledge, skills and abilities expected when earning a credential from LCC..
Information pursuant to the Federal Right to Know Act so students can make the informed decisions about college costs and graduation rates.
Information from the Washington State Department of Health about HIV/AIDS.
Effectiveness monitoring through a series of annual monitoring reports.
Research requests involving human subjects, like a survey of LCC students, must be approved by the Institutional Review Board.
Estimate the amount of grant and scholarship aid you are eligible to receive at Lower Columbia College.
Non discrimination statements (long and short versions), and non-discrimination and anti-harassment policy statements.
Statement on use of photographs and videos taken on campus throughout the year as part of publicity and marketing efforts.
This web page provides information about current rule-making activity and recently proposed changes by Lower Columbia College.
Archived rule-making activity at Lower Columbia College.
This IRS publication explains tax benefits related to higher education costs.
Information about sources of institutional revenue, and uses of tuition revenue as required by HB 1795.
Information about the collection, use, security of and access to data that may be obtained through use of the LCC website.
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