Resources Required Notifications for Westmont College Students
The following information is available for any student, parent, prospective student, and other interested parties.
Annual Security Report of Westmont College: This report is prepared in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crimes Statistics Act (formerly the Campus Security Act of 1990) of 1998 and to implement the requirements of the 2008 Higher Education Opportunity Act Fire Safety Reporting provisions. These laws require Colleges and Universities to annually distribute information about its campus safety procedures, crime statistics, and campus fire safety procedures and statistics to the Federal Department of Education, as well as to the institution’s current and prospective students, parents, and employees. The URL address for this report is distributed annually to current students and employees through the campus email system. You can find more information here.
Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (Equity in Athletics Disclosure): The EADA report includes data about participation, staffing, revenues, and expenses attributable to Westmont College intercollegiate athletic activities. The report is available upon request from the Athletics Department or by emailing email@example.com.
Bias, Harassment and Discrimination Policies and Procedures: The college prohibits and will not tolerate harassment, discrimination or bias-related incidents by or against its students, faculty, staff, independent contractors, applicants for employment and admission and guests to the college. This new policy can be accessed here. The Unlawful Sexual Misconduct or Bias-Related Incident Report Form may be used to report an incident.
Completion/Graduation Rates: This report documents the number of students counted as a completion or graduation. This report is available upon request from the Provost’s Office.
Confidentiality of Student Records and FERPA: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is a federal law enacted to establish procedures for disclosing information contained in student records and to protect the privacy of those records. More information can be found here.
Drug and Alcohol-Free Campus Policy: Information concerning alcohol and drug use, resources for rehabilitation and counseling, and disciplinary sanctions can be found here.
Financial Assistance and Loan Deferment Programs: For information concerning available financial assistance programs and loan deferment or forgiveness programs, visit the Student Financial Services Office.
Hazing: The Hazing Policy is found here.
Institutional Information: For information about cost, refund policies, withdrawing from Westmont, academic programs, accreditation, services, facilities, and study abroad programs, consult the College Catalog.
Missing Student Policy: The Missing Student Policy is found here.
Nondiscrimination Policy: The Nondiscrimination Policy is found here.
Patriot Act: The Patriot Act Policy is found here.
Peer to Peer File Sharing: The illegal distribution of copyrighted materials may subject students to criminal and civil penalties. Information Technology provides more information about peer to peer file sharing and other resource use guidelines on their webpage.
Unlawful Sexual Misconduct Policies and Procedures: This policy is found here. The Unlawful Sexual Misconduct or Bias-Related Incident Report Form may be used to report an incident.
Vaccinations and other Health related required forms: All entering Westmont students are required to provide health forms noted on the Student Health Services page.
Voter Registration Forms: Forms are available at the Westmont Post Office or online here for federal information or here for CA information.
Withdrawal Policies: The Registrar’s Office maintains information on Westmont’s withdrawal policies.
Last updated on 2/9/21