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MISSION STATEMENT

WE ENHANCE LIVES AND COMMUNITY VITALITY THROUGH QUALITY EDUCATION.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY

Lake Region State College is an equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate

on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity,

genetic information (GINA), sex, age, creed, marital status, veteran’s status, political belief

or affiliation or disability in its admissions, student aid, employment practices, education

programs or other related activities. Inquiries concerning Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504

may be referred to Sandi Lillehaugen, Human Resource Manager, Lake Region State College,

(701) 662-1543 or the Office of Civil Rights/HHS, 601 12th Street East, Rm 353, Kansas City,

MO 64106.

LRSC is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with

disabilities upon request. To request an accommodation or to request this document in an

alternate format, please contact Sandi Lillehaugen, Human Resource Manager, Lake Region

State College, (701) 662-1543. One week advance notice appreciated.

PRIVACY OF RECORDS (FERPA)

The disclosure of student educational records is governed by policies developed by Lake

Region State College in compliance with state law and the Family Educational Rights and

Privacy Act of 1974 as amended (FERPA). Lake Region State College maintains the following

education records that contain information directly related to students:

• Applications material submitted by the student or sent at the student’s request

• Financial Aid material submitted by the student or sent at the student’s request

• Account payment cards and receipts

• Records pertaining to academic or training achievement including

transcripts and grade reports

• Instructor recommendations

Student records are on file in appropriate Lake Region State College offices and

are accessible only to persons having legitimate interests as defined in Public Law

93-380. The content of each record falls into one of two categories: public directory

information and non-public information. Non-public student information may not be

released without written consent from the student or from a parent of a dependent student.

As allowed by law, the college may release the public directory information listed here:

• Name, addresses and telephone listings

• Name and address of parents

• Date and place of birth

• Major field of study

• Participation in officially recognized activities

• Weight and height of members of athletic teams

• Dates of attendance

• Degrees and awards received

• Most recent previous institution attended

• Classification as freshman or sophomore or special student

• Email addresses