Consumer Information

In compliance with federal regulations which require disclosure to current and prospective students,1 Chesapeake College is providing the following notice which lists and describes student consumer information available from the College's website ( or upon request from the office indicated below. You may request a paper copy.

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Financial assistance information (

The information includes eligibility requirements, application forms and procedures, satisfactory progress standards, cost of attendance, types of financial aid programs, disbursement of funds and return of Title IV assistance. Further information is available from the Financial Aid Office, Dorchester Building, Room D-144, 410-822-5400 Ext. 252.

Institutional information (Facts at a Glance)

Information from College Navigator

The College Catalog, available upon request from either the Admission's or Registrar's Office, contains information on academic programs (including degree and career offerings) faculty, staff, and administration, accreditations, student services including those for students with disabilities, withdrawal and refund policies, tuition and fees for full- and part-time students and much more. Further information about reviewing institutional accreditation documents can be obtained from the President's Office (410-822-5400 Ext.5802, D-222) and program accreditations from the Academic Vice President's Office (410-822-5400 Ext. 5806, D-218). Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) information is also in the Catalog, and further details can be obtained on request from the Registrar's Office, 410-822-5400 Ext. 5846, D-123.

Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates (

In accordance with federal Student-Right-to-Know regulations, information on graduation and transfer-out rates of first-time full-time degree-seeking undergraduates (starting with the 1996 cohort) is available. As a College offering athletically-related student aid, Chesapeake also maintains detailed information on enrollment, awards, and graduation and transfer-out rates for student athletes. This information is available from the Institutional Research Office, Dorchester Building, Room D-236, 410-822-5400 Ext. 376, or Director of Athletics, Physical Education Building, Rm. P-104, 410-822-5400 Ext. 5750.

Institutional Security Policies and Annual Report on Crime Statistics (

This report includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies covering alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters.  The report also includes statistics for the previous three years on federally prescribed reportable crimes. You may obtain a copy of the report by contacting the Maintenance/Security Office, 410-822-5400 Ext. 5872.

Athletic program participation rates and financial support data

The Student Right-to-Know/Student Athlete Report provides a listing of varsity sports with information about team participation by gender and operating expenses and revenues.

In accordance to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, information on student activities offered by the College, support services offered to individuals with disabilities, career and placement services both before and after enrollment, and policies related to transfer of credits from other institutions, are provided under student services at Further details can be obtained upon request from the Vice President for Student Success & Enrollment Services, Dorchester Building, Room D-231, 410-822-5400, ext. 5858.

1 1998 Higher Education Amendments.

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