In accordance with federal regulations set forth by The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), a summary of consumer information that must be disclosed to all students at H. Councill Trenholm State Community College (TSCC) is listed below. Each topic listed gives a brief description of the information that must be disclosed and explains how it may be obtained. If you need assistance obtaining the information listed, you have questions or you would like a paper copy, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students.
General Institutional Information
Privacy Of Student Records
Family Educational Rights And Privacy ACT (FERPA)
Trenholm State Community College maintains information about students, which facilitates educational development of students and effective administration of the College. In order to guarantee the rights of privacy and access as provided by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (as amended by 61 Federal Regulation 59291, November 21, 1996), Trenholm State Community College has formulated the following policies and procedures:
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) Student Records Policy Federal law governs how colleges and universities supervise students’ educational records. Trenholm State Community College adheres to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974. This act is designed to protect the privacy of students’ educational records. FERPA also establishes the rights of students to inspect and review their educational records; it provides guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal hearings, and establishes the rights of students to file complaints with the FERPA Office. Students will be notified by publication of the regulations in the College Catalog/Student Handbook. The College shall not permit access to or allow the release of education records or personally identifiable information contained therein, other than directory information as defined within the paragraph titled ‘Directory Information,’ without the written consent of the student, to any party other than the following:
- Other school officials and teachers of the College who have been determined by the College to have legitimate educational interests;
- Officials of schools or school systems in which the student seeks or intends to enroll, upon the condition that the student may receive a copy of the record if desired, and have an opportunity for a hearing to challenge the content of the record;
- Certain authorized representatives of federal departments/agencies or state educational authorities for purposes of audits, evaluative studies, etc. Data collected will be protected in a way which prevents personal identification except when specifically authorized by federal law;
- State and local officials or authorities to which such information is specifically required to be reported or disclosed pursuant to State statute adopted prior to November 19, 1974;
- Organizations conducting studies for, or on behalf of, educational agencies or institutions for the purpose of developing, validating, or administering predictive tests, administering student aid programs, and improving instruction, if such studies are conducted in such a manner as will not permit the personal identification of students by persons other than representatives of such organizations and such information will be destroyed when no longer needed for the purpose for which it is conducted;
- Accrediting organizations in order to carry out their accrediting functions;
- Parents of a student who is a dependent for income tax purposes;
- A lawful subpoena or court order;
- Other appropriate persons in an emergency to protect the health or safety of the student or others. Students shall have access to all such information in accordance with the procedures outlined in this statement with the exceptions specified within the following paragraph
Definition Of Educational Records
- Student educational records are defined as those records, files, documents, and other materials which contain information directly related to a student and are maintained by the College or by a person acting for the College. Specifically excluded from the definition of “educational records” and not open to student inspection are the following materials:
- Records of instructional, supervisory, and administrative personnel that are in the sole possession of the maker and accessible only to the maker or a designated assistant to the maker;
- Records of campus security, except in those instances where they have been transmitted within the College for administrative purposes;
- Records which are created or maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, or other recognized professional or paraprofessional acting in capacity or assisting in that capacity.
- Records created, maintained, or used only in connection with the provision of treatment to the student will not be available to anyone other than persons providing such treatment or who could not be involved officially within the College, but such records are available to a physician or appropriate professional of the student’s choice.
Definition of Student
For the purpose of this policy, a “student” is defined as any person who is or has been officially enrolled in and is attending or has attended any course offered at the College. This definition does not include prospective students.
The following categories of information with respect to each student have been designated by the College as directory information which may be made available to the public, absent a student’s request that any such information should not be released without the student’s prior consent:
- Student’s name, address, telephone number
- Date and place of birth
- Dates of attendance
- Educational agencies or institutions most recently attended by the student
- Program of study, degree desired and classification
- Participation in officially recognized clubs, organizations and activities
- Degrees and awards received.
If a student has an objection to any of the aforementioned information being released during a given semester or academic year, the student should notify, in writing, the Dean of Students during the first three weeks of the semester or academic year.
Location of Records
The College has designated the following officials as responsible for student records within their respective areas of responsibility:
|Permanent Records||Office of Records||Director of Records|
|Admissions/Records||Director of Records||Director of Records|
|Financial Records||Business Office||Dean of Finance|
|Financial Aid Records||Office of Financial Aid||Financial Aid Officer|
|ADA/504||Student Success Center||ADA/504 Coordinator|
These officials shall hereinafter be referred to as “records officials.” Each official is responsible for maintaining a listing of student records. The listing shall indicate the location and general content of the records. A student’s request concerning his/her records or files, including requests that information not be disclosed to the public, requests for disclosure to third parties and requests for access by the student shall be directed to the appropriate records official listed above. Forms for all such requests may be obtained from these officials. The appropriate records official will also attempt to resolve any challenges to the records at an informal hearing with the student. If an agreeable solution is not reached, the records officials will refer the student and his/her challenge to the College Hearing Officer, who shall set a hearing within ten (10) days for the final decision.
Access of Student Records to Students
The student is accorded the right to inspect and review, in the presence of the appropriate College staff member, any records, files and data directly related to the student. To inspect a personal folder or file, a student shall submit a written request signed by the student to the appropriate records official, and if not personally submitted by the student, then the student’s signature shall be acknowledged by the affidavit of a Notary Public. The request for inspection shall be acted upon within forty-five (45) days from the date the request is received. If in the opinion of the appropriate records official, inspection can reasonably be accomplished by providing copies of said documents, such copies shall be made and provided to the student.
Limitations of Access
The right of inspection of personal information described in the above paragraph does not include:
- Financial records of the parent(s) of the student or any information contained therein,
- Confidential letters and statements of recommendation which were placed in the education records prior to January 1, 1975, if such letters or statements are not used for purposes other than those for which they were specifically intended, or
- Other confidential records, access to which has been waived by the student in accordance with policy concerning waivers.
Challenging the Contents of the Records
After inspecting his/her record, a student may request an explanation to challenge any part of the contents of such record. The student shall submit a written request for a hearing in the same manner and under the same procedures as provided within the preceding section titled, “Location of Records.” The request for hearing should identify the item or items in the file to be challenged and state the grounds for the challenge, e.g., inaccuracy, misleading information or inappropriateness, etc. The records official shall examine the contested item, shall hear the person responsible for placing the item in the file, if appropriate and possible, and shall examine any documents or hear any testimony the student wishes to present. The records official may decide that the contested item should be retained, deleted, or revised or the record's official may refer the matter to the hearing officer who shall set a hearing within ten (10) days for a final decision. In the event, any part of the challenged item will be retained; the student shall be allowed to place a written explanation in his/her file. A written decision shall be hand-delivered or mailed to the student within ten (10) days from the date such hearing is concluded, either by the records official or the hearing officer.
Waiver of Access
A person applying for admission may waive the right of access to confidential statements concerning his/her application for admissions, financial aid, employment, honorary recognition(s) or any other benefit made available by the College. No such application shall be denied because of the student’s failure or refusal to sign such a waiver.
Providing Records to Third Parties
The general policy of Trenholm State Community College is to refuse access to student records to third parties without the written consent of the individual student. Should a student wish to have such records released, a written request must be directed to the proper records official specifying the records to be released, the person and address to whom records are to be released, and a request for copies to the student, if desired. Trenholm will then transfer or grant access to the information. A record of requests of access, the legitimate interest involved, and action taken will be placed in the student’s file for all requests of the file, except those from school officials as noted in paragraph one. The Director of Records will supervise the inspection of individual student records, and the student’s record file shall not be taken from the designated records office. The student may obtain one unofficial copy of his/her academic record in writing. An unofficial copy is defined as copy that does not bear the official seal of the College embossed on the record, but otherwise, an official copy when released by the College’s records official. The Director of Records, or designee, is the only person authorized to reproduce copies of official transcripts. Transcripts of records received from other colleges or universities become the property of Trenholm State Community College. Records of documents received from third parties will not be reproduced.
Annual Notification of FERPA Rights
The College is required by the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) to provide students annual notification of their FERPA rights. Students will be notified by publication of the regulations in the College Catalog/Student Handbook. FERPA information is available on the College’s website. A student who believes his or her FERPA rights have been violated can file a complaint with the Family Policy Compliance Office at the U.S. Department of Education. Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20202-5920 Phone: 1-800-USA-LEARN (1-800-872-5327).
Records Retention and Disposal
All records are safely secured at the College and are retained and disposed of in accordance with policies established by the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
Changes in the Policy
This statement is subject to change by any additional Federal regulations or court decisions that may modify and/or negate any portion of these regulations. This statement of policy will be published in future College publications, where applicable.
Student Grievance And Complaint Process Information
Any student enrolled at the College who wishes to make a complaint about a non-academic matter shall report that complaint in writing to the Dean of Students within ten (10) business days of the occurrence. The Dean of Students is also the Title IX Coordinator and will handle any Title IX student violations and refer any student complaints to the College Grievance Officer for Students at 334-420-4418.
In 2015, the Alabama Legislature vested oversight of the state’s public two-year institutions of higher education (known as the Alabama Community College System (ACCS)) with the Alabama Community College System Board of Trustees. The Alabama Legislature further directed the Board of Trustees to delegate to the System’s Chancellor the authority to act and make decisions concerning the management and operation of the community and technical colleges. The Chancellor is assisted in these duties by the staff of the System Office, formerly known as the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. Consumer and student complaints that are not resolved at the institutional level will be arbitrated at the state level by the ACCS System Office.
The ACCS is committed to respecting and supporting the work of its member institutions and to providing a quality educational experience for all students. The objective of the student complaint process is to ensure that the concerns and complaints of students are addressed fairly and are resolved promptly. The Alabama Community College System requires each institution to establish its own procedures to address student grievances and complaints. A student must exhaust his/her rights under the institution’s official complaint/grievance policy before advancing any complaint to the System Office of Alabama Community College System. The procedures for filing student complaints are outlined on the College’s Website and Students may file consumer/student complaints with the Alabama Community College System by following these procedures: Student Complaint Procedures
Facilities And Services For Students With Disabilities
ADA Accommodations Office
The Office of Disability Support Services is the central campus resource for students who wish to request academic accommodations. In collaboration with students and instructors, our staff coordinate accommodations and support to ensure that students have equal access to education, campus resources, and activities.
Trenholm State Community College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. A person who may have a disability and require special materials, services, or assistance, or has questions relating to accessibility, should contact the ADA Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information regarding the ADA Services at Trenholm State can be obtained on the College’s website at: https://www.trenholmstate.edu/current-students/students-with-disabilities/. A Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD/TTY) is available for hearing-impaired individuals and may be accessed through the Office of Admissions on both campuses.
Due To The Impact Of The Coronavirus (COVID-19), Our Office Will Maintain Operations In The Following Ways:
- Students will continue to receive accommodations remotely or on-campus. Students may continue to access the Office of Disability Services website to request accommodations. The ADA Coordinator may be contacted via email or phone to connect with students via Microsoft Teams when needed.
- Faculty will continue to provide accommodations remotely or on-campus. Faculty will continue to receive students’ accommodation letters and related information through email. Faculty who have questions about providing accommodations may contact the ADA Coordinator by email at email@example.com
Submitting Required Documentation:
- Documentation is required to provide reasonable accommodations for students. Students will be able to provide copies of their documentation via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If a student has difficulty obtaining documentation from a doctor or clinician due to restrictions or the impact of COVID-19, we may base accommodations decisions more on the history of a student’s use of accommodations.
- Any computer hardware, assistive technology device, workspace, etc. used by students on campus will be cleaned after each use. Social distancing guidelines will also be followed in the testing space/computer labs. Accessible design requirements will continue to be provided for students who may require the use of a wheelchair or other mobility device. Students who have an approved accommodation for priority seating in class will continue to receive this academic accommodation. The ADA Coordinator will conduct virtual meetings with students receiving accommodations to identify any potential challenges that may be encountered in the classroom space.
- The Office of Disability Services will continue to provide testing accommodations for students taking the ACCUPLACER, ACT National Test, etc. Students requesting testing accommodations will need to schedule an appointment with the ADA Coordinator well in advance of their preferred test date. Any computer hardware or workspace used on campus for testing accommodations will be cleaned after each use. Social distancing guidelines will also be followed in the testing space/computer labs.
For questions about academic accommodations or to schedule an appointment, students will contact the ADA Coordinator through the various methods:
- Virtual Appointment: Click Here To Schedule A Virtual Appointment with the ADA Coordinator
- Phone: 334-420-4418
- Email: email@example.com
Student demographic information is published each year in the Trenholm State Community College Fact Book and is available on the College’s website. Information is also reported to the National Center for Educational Statistics through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) at http://nces.ed.gov.ipeds. Additional information may be viewed on the College Navigator – Trenholm State Community College. For additional information about the diversity of the College’s student body, contact the Office of Institutional Effectiveness 334-4245.
Trenholm State Community College offers activities, programs, and services that promote academic support, leadership, and social and cultural experiences. Student organizations and activities give the student body an opportunity to make positive contributions to both the community and the institution. All student organizations are open to all students of the College without respect to race, creed, national origin, gender, or disability. Clubs and Organizations offer all students an opportunity to be involved in campus activities, to build friendships, and to serve the College and the community. A listing of clubs and organizations is included on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/current-students/student-life/. Inquiries regarding student activities may be directed to the Director of Enrollment Management, Student Development at 334-420-4464.
Student Financial Information
Cost of Attendance
Tuition & Fees
Fall 2020 - Summer 2021
Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid in full.
In-State Students $159 per credit hour
Out-of-State Students $318 per credit hour
Fines, Punitive Fees, and Other Charges
- Withdraw from College Administrative Fee 5%
- Accuplacer Test Retest Fee $10
- Graduation Fee $45
- Replacement ID $30 (First semester of enrollment no charge)
- Returned checks (Per Transaction) $30
A tuition and fee schedule is included on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/uploads/catalog/4_Financial_Services_7-8-2020.pdf. Estimated Program Cost by program of study can also be viewed on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/programs/catalog/. Information is also reported to the National Center for Educational Statistics. Tuition, fees, and estimated student expenses can be viewed on the website at Education Statistics College Navigator – Trenholm State Community College.
Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is intended to provide estimated net price information (defined as estimated cost (price) of attendance – including tuition and required fees, books and supplies and other related expenses – minus estimated grant and scholarship aid to current and prospective students and their families based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
The estimate provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance or a final net price. It is an estimate based on price of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a previous year. Price of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, the institution of higher education, or the State. Information on the Net Price Calculator can be viewed on the College website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/future-students/financial-aid/net-calculator/.
The Trenholm State Bookstore is available online only. Trenholm State has partnered with E-Campus.com for student book needs. Students must order their books through their “My Trenholm” Portal. Many classes allow the option to buy new or used books, rent textbooks, or rent digital eBooks.
Trenholm State Community College has a refund policy that stipulates the amount of tuition and fees to be refunded to students who withdraw from classes during a term. This policy is published by the Business Office and is located on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/uploads/catalog/4_Financial_Services_7-8-2020.pdf. Questions regarding the calculations of refunds may be directed to the Business Office at 334 420-4255.
A grade of “W” is assigned to a student who officially withdraws from the College or from a course after 60 percent of the term being completed. This specified date is included in the Student Calendar for each term and is listed as “Last Day to Withdraw Without Any Academic Penalty.” It is the responsibility of the student to become familiar with the Student Calendar to know the exact date to withdraw without penalty. A student who officially withdraws from the College after 60 percent of the semester has been completed will receive the grades that he/she has earned at that time of withdrawal. A student cannot be withdrawn administratively. Grades of “W” earn zero quality points and, for financial aid purposes, are counted in hours attempted by the student. If a student never attended or the class is canceled, the class will be deleted, and no grade will be assigned. Students who withdraw from classes after receiving Title IV Aid face the possibility of being placed on either Financial Aid Warning or Financial Aid Suspension. Additionally, financial aid recipients who completely withdraw are subject to the Federal Return of Title IV Funds (R2T4) Policy. This policy may require Title IV recipients who completely withdraw from all courses before the 60% date of the semester/term to repay a portion of any grant funds received to the Title IV Programs.
Students who wish to completely withdraw from the College must complete a “Notification of Official Withdrawal form, “located on the Student Forms page of the Trenholm State website:https://www.trenholmstate.edu/office-of-records-and-registrar/withdrawal-policy/.
Return of Title IV Financial Aid
Trenholm State Community College complies with federal regulations relative to the return of tuition and other institutional charges for all Title IV recipients. The Federal Return of Title IV Funds Policy is to be used for a Title IV student who completely withdraws from all classes before 60 percent of the semester occurs. The policy shall also be applied to those students who cease attendance in all classes. The Return in Compliance with Federal Regulations is included on the College website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/uploads/catalog/3_Fin_Aid_Dept_7-8-2020.pdf.
Refund Policies - Financial Aid Office
The federal government mandates that students who withdraw from all classes may only keep the financial aid (federal “Title IV grant”) they have “earned” up to the time of withdrawal. Funds that were disbursed in excess of the earned amount must be returned by the College and/or the student to the federal government. Questions regarding the calculations of refunds may be directed to the Financial Aid Office at 334-420-4321.
Information on the College’s academic programs, degree offerings, and certificate programs are available on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/programs/catalog/. For information regarding programs or additional questions, contact the Dean of Instruction at 334-4323. Information on the College’s academic program is reported to the Education Statistics College Navigator.
Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
In order to assist Trenholm State Community College students with the transferring of courses to other institutions of higher education in the state, Trenholm State is a member of the Statewide Transfer and Articulation Reporting System (STARS). The STARS computerized advising system has been created to inform students of the courses that they can take and transfer among public institutions within the State of Alabama without losing credit. For additional information, go to the STARS website at http://stars.troy.edu. Information regarding the College’s policies regarding general principles for the transfer of credit is outlined on the College’s website at: https://www.trenholmstate.edu/office-of-records-and-registrar/transfer-credit-and-stars/. Students with questions concerning the transfer of credit may contact the College Registrar at 334-420-4306.
Instructional Facilities and Labs
Information on the College’s instructional facilities and laboratories is available from the Office of the Dean of Instruction at 334-420-4323.
A directory of the College’s faculty is available on the College’s website at: https://www.trenholmstate.edu/uploads/files/Faculty-Staff_Directory_4-24-2019.pdf
Trenholm State Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees and certificates. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges can be contacted at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Trenholm State Community College. Information regarding accreditations is included on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/programs/academics/accreditation/. In additional information on accreditation can be viewed at Education Statistics College Navigator.
Computer Use of File Sharing
Copyright Infringement Policies
Trenholm State Community College respects the intellectual property rights of others seriously and expects students, faculty, and staff to do so as well. It is the responsibility of all members of the College to make a good faith determination that their use of copyrighted materials complies with the United States Copyright Law. Copying, distributing, and downloading copyrighted materials, including music, videos, and games for which you do not have the owner's (copyright holder's) permission are a violation of federal law. Compliance with federal copyright law is expected of all students, faculty, and staff. If you download and/or distribute unauthorized copies of copyrighted music recordings and movies, you are breaking the law and may be held legally liable for thousands of dollars in damages. Federal law provides severe penalties for the unauthorized reproduction, distribution, or digital transmission of copyrighted materials.
- Cost of attendance, Refund, and Return of Title IV Funds Policies
- Procedures and deadlines for submitting applications
- How financial aid recipients are selected
- How the College determines financial need
- Explanation of each type and amount of assistance in financial aid award
- How and when students will receive financial aid funds
- Job description and rate of pay for any job assigned under the Federal Work-Study Program
- How the College determines if students are making satisfactory academic progress and what happens if they are not
- What special facilities and services are available to students with disabilities.
Students Have The Following Responsibilities:
- Review and consider all information about the College’s programs of study before enrolling
- Completing applications correctly and on time
- Read and understand all materials sent from the Office of Financial Aid and other agencies
- Keep copies of all documents submitted to the Office of Financial Aid
- Provide all documentation, corrections, and/or new information requested by the Office of Financial Aid
- Notify the College of any information that has changed since you applied
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Use financial aid only for expenses related to attending Trenholm State Community College
- Satisfactorily perform the work agreed upon in the Federal Work-Study Program
Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties For Drug Law Violations
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) asks if the student has ever been convicted of a drug-related offense. Failure to answer this question will automatically disqualify the student from receiving Federal Student Aid. Answering the question falsely, if discovered, could result in fines up to $20,000, imprisonment, or both.
Student Outcomes Graduation, Transfer-Out and Retention Rates
Trenholm State Community College maintains annual information regarding graduation, transfer-out, and retention rates for first-time full-time entering freshmen. While many students enter the College with varying educational goals, the College is required to disclose information for first-time full-time entering freshmen who are certificate or degree-seeking undergraduates and have completed their programs within 150% of the normal time for graduation. Graduation, transfer-out, and retention rates are reported to the Department of Education through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Data regarding the College’s graduation, transfer-out, and retention rates are given at the College’s website and at the College Navigator at https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/. Students may also request a copy of the report by contacting the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at 334-4245.
College Financial Plan
This is a tool used to notify students about their financial aid package. It is a standardized form that is designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so that they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school. This form can be accessed at: https://www.trenholmstate.edu/current-students/financial-aid/shopping-sheet/.
Career Planning and Job Placement It is the practice of H. Councill Trenholm State Community College to provide career education training, counseling, and assessments that will lead students and alumni down a successful career path. Career planning assistance is available to all students and alumni who wish to make a career choice or change. Additionally, the Career Center provides students with direct access to work-study, internships, externships, co-op part-time and full-time employment opportunities through an online database, Trenholm Careers, and via email. An attempt is made to refer students to positions that will benefit t them financially and educationally. Other services include resume writing, cover letter, and interview preparation, mock interviews, career fairs, internship and co-op opportunities, business dress advice, career, and employer literature, on-campus interviews, and employment developmental skill workshops. Students and alumni in need of assistance should contact the College’s Career Center at (334) 420-4499 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Instructions For Students During COVID 19
The Career Center is offering its services virtually. Students can continue to schedule appointments (via phone, Zoom, or Microsoft Teams) by sending an appointment request to email@example.com, calling (334) 799-6553 or (334) 420-4499.
Companies are still recruiting our students and alumni. You are strongly encouraged to register with Trenholm Careers and stay abreast of current job postings. Candor is maintaining a list of employers and their current hiring status.
The Career Center also features a weekly career tip on Instagram (trenholm_careers) and Facebook (Trenholm State Career Center). These tips provide students tools to make sound decisions, prepare them for their future, and realize their professional dreams.
Stay safe, stay home, and stay current on COVID-19 updates and Trenholm State announcements. More information can be found at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/college-information/coronavirus/.
Health and Safety Information
Health and Safety Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
It is the policy of Trenholm State Community College that each academic year, the information contained in the Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program is available to students and employees of the College. This report contains information on standards of conduct and disciplinary sanctions for violations, legal sanctions regarding unlawful use, possession or distribution of alcoholic beverages and illicit drugs, health risks of drug and alcohol use and abuse, and where to get assistance. This information is provided to all students at Orientation and a link of the College Catalog and Student and Student Handbook is emailed to each student. Employees also receive a link to the College Catalog and Student Handbook. This policy is printed in the College Catalog and Student Handbook, pages SH 20-23 and SH 36.
Campus Safety and Security
Annually, Trenholm State Community College prepares a Campus Safety and Security Survey report and distributes it to students, employees, and the College community. This information is provided in compliance with the Campus Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Title II of Public Law 101-542). This report, which is issued by October 1, contains detailed information on reporting criminal actions or other emergencies, security and access to campus facilities, crime prevention, information on reporting criminal activity, and timely warnings regarding crimes on campus. This report also includes statistics concerning crimes on campus. The Disclosure of Campus Security Policies and Campus Crime Statistics is included on the College’s website at https://www.trenholmstate.edu/uploads/files/CampusCrimeSurvey2018-Final.pdf. This report is also available at the College Navigator at https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=102313#crime.
H. Councill State Community College does not have a policy regarding vaccinations; however, the College is concerned about the health and well-being of all members of the College community. In this regard, Trenholm State encourages all students and employees to remain current on vaccinations as suggested by appropriate health authorities. The College has also initiated measures to inform students and employees of tips for preventing the spread of flu and other airborne diseases. Health programs may require proof of vaccinations in order to attend clinical rotations.
Voter Registration Information
Trenholm State Community College makes every effort to educate students regarding the importance of exercising their right to vote. The College is required to distribute voter registration forms to students for federal elections and state elections for governor. In an effort to distribute voter registration forms to students, the College through the Student Government Association (SGA) conducts periodic voter registration drives and makes forms available on the Trenholm campus and Patterson site. Voter registration forms are also available in the Office of Student Services, Counseling office, and the College libraries. Students interested in obtaining voter registration forms may contact the Office of Student Services at 334-420-4316.
Students may also click here to Register to Vote at: http://www.alabamavotes.gov/