Directory information concerning a particular student will be removed from release upon
written request from the student involved within 14 days of the beginning of a semester.
Education records concerning a student may be reviewed upon request by the student.
Education records, including but not limited to a student’s academic transcripts, may be
released by a North Dakota University System (NDUS) institution to a second institution
without prior written consent, provided the student applied for admission. Additional
information on student records management may be obtained by contacting the Student
STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW
Lake Region State College complies with the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act
of 1990, as amended, and the Higher Education Amendment of 1992.
ANNUAL ATHLETICS REPORT
TheOPEEquity inAthleticsDisclosurewebsite isbrought toyouby theOfficeof Postsecondary
Education (OPE) of the U.S. Department of Education. It was authorized by Congress with the
1998 amendments to the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA) to help prospective students
and their families research athletic opportunities on various college campuses. Under the
HEA, the Secretary of Education is required to collect financial and statistical information on
men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports and make it available to the public.
ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT
The OPE Campus Security Statistics website is brought to you by the Office of Postsecondary
Education of the U.S. Department of Education. It was authorized by Congress with the 1998
amendment to the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA) to help potential college students and
their parents research criminal offenses on college campuses. The Department of Education
is committed to assisting schools in providing students with a safe environment in which to
learn and to keep parents and students well informed about campus security. Campus crime
statistics are published annually in a report available in the Student Services Office and in a
public access file on the campus internet.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
All North Dakota University System institutions, officers and employees shall comply with
the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988. The chancellor and institutions shall adopt and enforce
policies and procedures implementing that Act and this policy.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
In our effort to create a positive living and learning environment for all student regardless of race,
religion, age, color, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, national origin, marital
status, political belief or affiliation, and economic or perceived social status, we are committed to fully
respecting, supporting, and celebrating the diversity which exists in and around our campus.
The campus community consists of students, faculty, staff and administrators and it is our belief that all
community members have a responsibility, individually and collectively, to create an environment that
is respectful, supportive, and inclusive of all people. As the demographics of our community continues
to change, all community members must share in the commitment to provide equal opportunity for
all individuals regardless of race, religion, age, color, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity,
genetics, national origin, marital status, political belief or affiliation, and economic or perceived social
status.. All Residential Life Staff are committed to teaching and learning the skills necessary to eliminate
stereotypes and prejudice in order to provide a living, learning, and working environment which is
respectful and supportive of all Lake Region State College students, staff and faculty.