Public Information and Policies

Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and education opportunity. No person shall be discriminated against in the terms and conditions of employment, personnel practices or access to and participation in programs, services and activities with regard to race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, and marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, familial status or membership or activity in a local commission. In addition, discrimination in employment based on membership or activity in a local commission as defined by law is prohibited.

This institution is an equal-opportunity SNAP Employment & Training Provider.

Annual Security Report

Title II of Public Law 101-542: “The Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act” was enacted by Congress and signed into law on November 8, 1990.

The name of the bill has been changed to “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act”, or “Clery Bill”. This law amended section 485 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 by adding campus crime statistics and security disclosure provisions for colleges and universities.

PTCC 2021 Campus Security Report

For more questions or to request an alternative format for the report, please contact the Director of Student Success at farfum.ladroma*AT*

Student Right-to-Know

What is Student Right-To-Know?Student Right-To-Know is a federal law that requires all colleges and universities to disclose certain information to students. Federal regulations specify how to calculate the graduation and transfer rates. The rates come from a study of Pine Technical and Community College students who started at the college in fall semester and includes all first-time students who enrolled full-time that fall and were seeking to earn a degree, diploma or certificate at the college. The graduation rate is the percentage of these students who graduated from Pine Technical and Community College within three years. The transfer-out rate is the percentage of these students who did not graduate from Pine Technical and Community College, but instead transferred to another college or university within three years. The links below provide the information that a college must provide to students on graduation rates and transfer-out rates for full-time students seeking degrees at Pine Technical and Community College. The date listed on each link is the term that the cohort of students in that study entered Pine Technical and Community College.

PTCC Student Right to Know 2016-2017

PTCC Student Right to Know 2017-2018

PTCC Student Right to Know 2018-2019

PTCC Student Right to Know 2019-2020

PTCC Student Right to Know 2020-2021

PTCC Student Right to Know 2021-2022

Related Employment Rates

Pine Technical and Community College measures our student graduates’ related employment rates about a year after their graduation by administering a graduate follow-up survey. While some graduates continue their education after graduating from PTCC, the related employment rates look at our students that have entered the workforce and are working in a field related to their degree. The link below provides information on our graduates’ related employment rates broken down by their award type.

Related Employment Rates – Class of 2021

Campus Policies and Procedures

While PTCC faculty and staff members work hard to keep all policies current, some policies on this page may not reflect the most current policy revisions. For the most current and official copy, we encourage you to visit the Office of the President and Human Resources.

Sexual Violence and Reporting

Sexual violence is an intolerable intrusion into the most personal and private rights of an individual, and is prohibited at Pine Technical and Community College (PTCC). PTCC is committed to eliminating sexual violence in all forms and will take appropriate remedial action against any individual found responsible for acts in violation of this policy. Acts of sexual violence may also constitute violations of criminal or civil law, or other Minnesota State board policies that may require separate proceedings. To further its commitment against sexual violence, PTCC provides reporting options, an investigative and disciplinary process, and prevention training as appropriate.

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