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Federal Compliance

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The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosure and reporting requirements. Following is an aggregation of the necessary disclosures and reports.

Academic Programs

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Athletics Compliance

This disclosure provides information on the number and gender of full-time undergraduates participating in the intercollegiate athletic competitions and on each team. Also included is the information on coaches, coach salaries, and the revenues and expenses associated with each sport. Find more information at Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning.

CSU Dominguez Hills is listed at the Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) Equity in Athletics. When the page displays, select the "Get data for one institution" link. On the search criteria page, enter Dominguez Hills in the Name of Institution field and click Search. Select the California State University-Dominguez Hills link to view participation rates and other data.

Contact Natalie Lockhart, the CSUDH Athletics Compliance Coordinator, for more information.

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College Portrait

The College Portrait provides an array of data designed to assist prospective undergraduate students in selecting a college that best matches their interests. The Portrait, which is updated annually, includes information on student demographics, admission and graduation rates, the academic programs offered, student-faculty ratio, types and amounts of financial aid received, and the likely costs of attendance.

CSUDH and other participating four-year colleges and universities utilizing the College Portrait are participating in a national initiative, the Voluntary System of Accountability.

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Completion/Graduation Rates

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Copyright at CSUDH

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Costs and Consumer Information

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Disabilities: Facilities and Services

Access to publications, instructional material, computer software, hardware and electronic information, as well as access to the campus are critical for the educational and career achievement of persons with disabilities. See:

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

This disclosure informs students of their rights and the University's policies concerning access to and privacy of student educational records.

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Financial Aid

Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.

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General Institutional Information

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Health and Safety

When the page displays, select the "Get data for one institution" link. On the search criteria page, enter Dominguez Hills in the Name of Institution field and click Search. Select the California State University-Dominguez Hills link to view data on campus crime in the last three calendar years.

Report crime or possible crime to University Police, Parking, and Transportation Services, Welch Hall B100, extension 3333 from any campus call box, or dial 9-1-1.

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Housing – Residential Life

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Net Price Calculator

See the CSU Cost Calculator (CSUCC).

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Refund Policy

See also financial aid refunds.

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Retention Rate

See CSUDH Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning for graduation and retention rates.

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Security Report

The offices of University Police, Parking, and Transportation Services and Risk Management & Environmental Health/Occupational Safety publish a security report by October 1 of each year. The report is mailed or delivered to each employee and enrolled student.

Servicemembers and Veterans

CSUDH is a proud member of the Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOC), a consortium of more than 1,700 colleges and universities providing post-secondary education to members of the military world-wide. CSUDH is approved by the State of California as a training facility for veterans eligible for VA benefits. The Office of Disabled Student Services and Veterans Affairs (located in Welch Hall, Room B250) provides services to veterans and dependents of veterans who are eligible for the Montgomery GI Bill. These services include certification of enrollment for educational benefits and information concerning University services. Veterans Affairs office staff can be reached at (310) 243-3643.

The Armed Forces offers active duty soldiers, sailors, marines, guardsmen, and airmen several programs to support their education goals including up to 100% Tuition Assistance for college courses, vocational training, and certificate courses taken during off-duty hours.  For more information about this benefit, visit http://www.csudh.edu/military/TA.html. See also the Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grants in the Financial Aid Office.

Contact Erika Valdez, CSUDH Military Advisor, for more information. E-mail Erika or telephone her at (310) 243-2189.

Student Body Diversity

See CSUDH Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning for student enrollment characteristics.

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Teacher Preparation Program Report

Title II mandates that all institutions of higher education within a state having a teacher preparation program be ranked on their pass rates on assessments used by a state for certification or licensure. Read the federal Report on Teacher Quality 2009.

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Textbook Information

CSUDH uses eFollett’s booklookTM to provide online textbook lists and prices for each class being offered in a term. The information is available via the online class search.

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Vaccination Policies

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Voter Registration

CSUDH and the California Secretary of State are committed to making voter information and online voter registration forms available.

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Withdrawal from the University

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