Student Rights, Concerns, and Disclosures | Western Technical College

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Student Rights, Concerns, and Disclosures

Western Technical College provides students with certain information regarding the College, its programs, services, and practices as required by the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, enacted in 1990 (34 CFR Part 668). This information includes a variety of academic information; information regarding financial assistance; institutional information; completion rate, retention rate, or graduation rate information; College security policies and crime statistics; athletic participation rates; and financial aid. To assist you in easily locating and using this information, we are providing the reference list below.

We feel it's important that, as a student, you know your rights and responsibilities, which reflect Western's values — excellence, diversity, integrity, and respect. It's also important for you to have the opportunity to let us know if we're not living up to those values.

We encourage you to view our profile on the National Center for Education Statistics for more details not included here. College Navigator: Western Technical College

About Western Technical College

Policies and Procedures

Find more information in the Student Handbook or Western's Policies and Procedures Website.

Reporting Concerns or Incidents

  • Academic Integrity Report - To report alleged violations of academic integrity, such as cheating, plagiarism, fabrication, etc.
  • Care Team Referral Form - If you are concerned about a student who may be in extreme distress or may engage in harmful or disruptive behaviors.
  • Bias Incident Report Form - To report hate or bias incidents based on gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.
  • Feedback Form - To submit a compliment, suggestion or concern regarding Western personnel, services, programs or activities, processes, or facilities.
  • Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Form - Students, faculty, staff, and members of the public may submit a concern to Western’s accrediting agency to identify substantive problems with the college.
  • Injury/Illness Report - To report an accident resulting in injury, an illness/medical emergency, or a workplace/learning environment injury.
  • Sexual Harassment and Discrimination - To report an incident involving an allegation of sexual misconduct such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking, and/or any incident of discrimination based on a protected characteristic.
  • Student Code of Conduct Report - To report any student behavior concerns/potential violations of the Student Code of Conduct.

Campus Security

Student Outcomes


Financial Aid Information

Federal Student Aid Programs

Loan Information

Contact us

The Student Life Office can assist with student questions and concerns.