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3.You can also contact confidentially, off-campus, the
Lancaster Domestic Violence Center Hotline at 29911240/299-1249, or the Pennsylvania Coalition against
Rape (PCAR) local Sexual Assault and Counseling
Center Hotline at (800) 392-7273.
*You may also contact the U.S. Department of Education,
Office for Civil Rights, at (800) 421-3481 or email@example.com.
All student-operated vehicles are to be registered with the
institution within 48 hours of being brought on campus.
Parking permits are available from the College's Business
Office for an annual fee of $15. The parking permit fee is
nonrefundable. (See Student Handbook and/or Parking
Manual for additional information.)
The shuttle van is available Monday through Friday for
transportation between the Branch Campus and main
campus from 6:30 am to 8:00 pm.
Weekends: Students should contact security to obtain a cab
ride from campus to campus if needed.
Any student found in possession of a weapon will be subject
to disciplinary action ranging from suspension to expulsion.
(See Student Handbook for further details and definitions.)
Rights of Privacy and Access for Students
College policy safeguards the rights of privacy and access
regarding students' educational records as stipulated in
the Buckley Amendment (Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act of 1974). Generally, information is not released
without the written consent of the student.
Medical personnel are on duty at the College's Health Office
on the first floor of Brenner Hall from 7:30 am until 5:00
pm, Monday through Friday. This service is available to all
students. There is no fee for health office services. Serious
medical situations are referred to the Lancaster General
Hospital or other appropriate agencies. Students are
responsible for medical costs incurred at an outside clinic,
physician's office, or hospital.
The College does not provide health insurance. Students
are encouraged to provide their own medical/surgical
hospitalization insurance. If not covered by a family
policy, the student should purchase an individual policy or
participate in a medical assistance program.
Important Note: The College cannot be held liable for
medical costs incurred as a result of injury or illness.
Student Right-to-Know Campus Security Act
In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know and
Campus Security Act, the institution is required to make
readily available information regarding graduation rates
and campus safety policies and procedures. Graduation
information is obtainable from the director of assessments
and accountability, while campus safety information is filed
in the Campus Safety Office, the Office of the Vice President
for Finance and Administration, and the Office of Student
Services. A log of all reported crimes with the names
and addresses of those who have been charged in those
incidents is available in the Business Office during normal
The following are released for what is deemed as directory
information: Student's name; address; telephone number;
date and place of birth; major field of study; participation in
officially recognized activities and sports; weight and height
of members of the teams; dates of attendance; degrees and
awards received; and other similar information.
See other information on the Privacy Act in the Student
Handbook. Students who wish to restrict the release of this
information must fill out the appropriate form, available in
the Office of Financial Aid and Registration.
An orientation program, scheduled for new students prior
to the start of each fall semester, is designed to answer
questions and to help students adjust to the college
environment. Students participate in short seminars
such as success strategies, diversity, and conflict
resolution. Informational sessions are held in the areas of
student employment, resident life, campus activities and
organizations, general rules and regulations, as well as
tutorial, counseling, and other related services.
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