Carrington Annual Disclosure documents found below contain information on the following topics:
- Campus Crime & Security
- Campus Sex Crimes & Prevention
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
- Privacy of Student Records (FERPA)
- Copyright Infringement Policies & Sanctions
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Transfer Credit Policy
Credit earned at another accredited postsecondary institution may be evaluated for transfer to a Carrington program if a grade of C or better was earned and the coursework was completed within the previous 10 years. Carrington may accept up to 30 credit hours in transfer. Students must complete at least 50 percent of the program requirements at Carrington to earn a certificate or degree.
Carrington evaluates transfer credit on an hour-by-hour basis for acceptance toward Carrington program requirements. Transfer credit is not granted for senior projects, career development or capstone courses. In most cases, Carrington does not accept prior credit in transfer to programs delivered in a modular format. Exceptional circumstances may be evaluated on an individual basis. Official transcripts documenting coursework must be provided prior to the start of classes for which transfer credit is requested. If official transcripts are not provided prior to the start of classes, students must complete the required course(s). Carrington may require further documentation, such as course descriptions and program outlines, to complete the transfer credit evaluation. Students and sponsoring agencies will be notified of the transfer credit evaluation outcome. The College maintains a record of all transfer credit evaluations and keeps transcripts received for evaluation in the student’s record. These transcripts become the property of Carrington College California and are not copied or forwarded to other institutions.
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Student Diversity Information
The federal Higher Education Opportunity Act requires institution to make available to current and prospective students information about student body diversity, including the percentage of enrolled, full-time students in the following categories:
- Self-identified members of a major racial or ethnic group
- Federal Pell Grant recipients
Institution Graduation Rates
The federal Student-Right-To-Know Act requires institutions to make completion rates available upon request to prospective students and other interested parties. The Act defines the cohort of students on which the institution must report. This cohort is comprised of “first time, full-time, degree-seeking” students in the institution’s fall term that completed their program of study within 150% of their program length.
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Complaint Process Disclosure
Federal Program Integrity rules issued by the U.S. Department of Education require institutions to provide to students or prospective students contact information needed to file a complaint with its accrediting agency and with relevant state agencies. When submitting a complaint to the accrediting agency, one must submit it in writing, sign it, provide contact information, demonstrate noncompliance with accreditation standards, and demonstrate that all attempts to follow the institution’s grievance policy have been exhausted. Contact and other information on filing complaints with the accrediting agency can be found at http://www.accjc.org. The list linked below includes contact information for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. It should not be construed as informative of what agencies regulate Carrington College California or in what states the institution is licensed or required to be licensed. That information can be found in the academic catalog.