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Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act

Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act

On July 1, 1992, the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act went into effect, requiring institutions receiving federal student aid funds to make available to prospective students information regarding graduation, retention, and attrition rates beginning in July 1993. Successful outcomes of students' academic performance are measured by graduates, transfers, persisters, and those receiving a certificate.

Information is available for review on the Alfred State website: or by contacting the Student Records and Financial Services Office. You may also view this information by visiting the College Navigator website:

The most recent Annual Security and Fire Safety Report includes Alfred State's summaries of the college's personal safety and security procedures in addition to the three-year summary for the Campus Crime Report which is excerpted on the following pages. The information is available in its entirety for review and/or duplication on the college's website at, on the University Police website at, on reserve in both the Hinkle and Applied Technology campus libraries, and from the following campus offices: Admissions, Student Life, University Police, and the Vice President for Student Affairs.

The Campus Safety Advisory Committee will provide, upon request, all campus crime statistics as reported to the US Department of Education.

You may also visit the US Department of Education's website, which contains all campus crime statistics, at to obtain more information.