|The Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (PL. 101-542) regulations implemented under the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 (HEA98) mandates that all institutions participating in Title IV or HEA (Higher Education Act) programs disclose certain institutional information to its currently enrolled and prospective students. The intent of this Notice is to inform you where you may go to obtain copies of each of the institutional disclosures for Massasoit Community College.
A description of student aid programs, application procedures, eligibility criteria, and rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial aid can be obtained in the online Massasoit Community College Catalog, the Massasoit Financial Aid Information Guide, the Massasoit Financial Aid Information Brochure and the Financial Aid Award Guide, which are located in the College’s Financial Aid Offices (Brockton, Administration Building, A132 and Canton 115).
Information on cost, academic programs, accreditation, special services, campus contacts, as well as a description of the institution’s refund policies, return of funds to Title IV, and the institution’s procedures for officially withdrawing can be obtained in the on line Massasoit Community College Catalog at http://www.massasoit.mass.edu.
Program completion and transfer information on new, first-time, full-time degree students after three years of attending Massasoit Community College can be obtained from the Admissions Offices (Brockton, Administration Building, A106 and Canton 120), Registrar’s Offices (Brockton, Administration Building, A240 and Canton 107L), Financial Aid Offices (Brockton, Administration Building, A132 and Canton 115), and Business Offices (Brockton, Administration Building, A203, Canton 105). Similar information on athletes can be obtained from the College’s Athletics Office (Brockton, Field House, FH209).
Institutional crime statistics, Campus Police operations, security information and policies of interest to Students, Employees and the Massasoit Community College community as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act can be obtained from the Campus Police Department Offices (Brockton, Student Center, SC145 and Canton 137) or at http://www.massasoit.mass.edu/mccpd/stats.cfm on the Massasoit Web site.
Disclosure information on athletic programs and their financial data required by the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) can be obtained from the College’s Athletics Office (Brockton, Field House, FH209).
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act provides information on rights and procedures for inspection, correction and disclosure of information in the student’s record. This information can be found on the Massasoit Community College website.
In response to the concern about Meningitis at Colleges, please note the latest information from the Department of Public Health on the Student Services/Health Services page. Included in this information are the risks of the disease, and the availability and effectiveness of the vaccine.
Voter Registration Forms are available in the Student Life Offices (Brockton, Student Center, SC127 and Canton 118).
A Voter Registration Form Request may be requested at www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elestu/stuidx.htm on the Commonwealth's web site or by calling the Secretary of the Commonwealth – Elections Division at (617) 727-2828, 1(800) 462-VOTE (Toll-free in Massachusetts only), Fax (617) 742-3238.
Note: Mail-in Voter Registration Forms must be postmarked at least 20 days prior to an election or primary. You cannot register to vote via the Internet, but you can request a voter registration form.
Vice President of Student Services & Enrollment Management