Student Right To Know
In accordance with federal regulations, Allen County Community College provides prospective and current students as well as the general public with a variety of academic, institutional, and financial assistance information. Listed below is information designated to assist individuals in obtaining institutional or financial information required to be disclosed.
Allen Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Click here to view our Statement of Affiliation at HLC.
Student Outcome Measures
General Institutional Information
As an institution of higher education, the purpose of Allen County Community College is to provide quality educational and support services in an atmosphere that is caring, safe, and conducive to learning. Based on the belief that learning and self-improvement are continuous processes, the college is committed to a wide range of affordable educational programs to enable all students to reach their academic, occupational, and personal potential.
Athletically Related Aid Disclosures
The College competes in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and Region VI of the NJCAA. A variety of information is available including intercollegiate athletic program participation rates and financial support data.
Campus Security and Crime Statistics
Statistics and policy information on campus crimes are posted in compliance with the Student Right to Know and the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. The law requires institutions of higher education to publish statistics of the number of crimes and other violations of the law that are committed on campus property.
Degree Programs, Training, and Other Educational Offerings
Allen offers a variety of educational opportunities including individual courses, certificate programs and Associate degrees in a wide range of subjects. Information about our educational programs is published in our catalog, schedule of classes, and through our website.
Financial Aid Information
Allen has financial aid programs to assist students in overcoming the economic problems associated with college attendance. The Office of Student Financial Aid is especially concerned with students who need financial assistance to attend Allen County Community College.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar deals with the Family Education Rights Privacy Act (FERPA) and voter registration. For further information, click the link below.
Transfer of Credit Policy
Allen Community College will accept transfer credits to be applied toward a degree. Fifteen credit hours applied toward graduation must be taken at Allen.
External and transfer credit would include credit for prior learning and hours transferred from other accredited institutions. Grades are also transferred from accredited institutions and are calculated in the cumulative grade point average. Three hundred level courses and above (300+) cannot be applied as transfer credit toward a degree or certificate at Allen.