- Academic Programs
- Accreditation, Approval or Licensure
- Complaint Process (Filing a complaint against the college for not following policy and procedures)
- Copyright Respect, Honesty and Plagiarism
- Campus Safety and Security Reports
- Diversity, Disability, Accommodations, Inclusiveness
- Diversity, Inclusion, Discrimination and Harassement
- Drug- and Alcohol-Free Program
- Equal Opportunity
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Rights
- Financial Aid Programs
- Gainful Employment Information
- Intercollegiate Athletic Programs, Athletic Graduation Rate, Transfer Rate and Athletics Participation Rate
- Price of Attendance
- Refund Policy
- Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards
- Sex Offender Information
- Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct Policy and Community Standards
- Terms & Conditions for Student Loan Deferral or Partial Cancellation
- Threat Assessment Team
- Title IV Repayment Policy
- Title IX: Sexual Harassment, Dating Violence, Partner Violence, Stalking
- Voter Registration Information
- Withdrawal Policy
Complaint Process (Filing a complaint against the college for not following policy and procedures)
Students should review the Student Rights and Responsibilities policy at www.linnbenton.edu/student-rights for guidance on community standards. Students may also review all LBCC Board Policies and Administrative Rules at http://linnbenton.edu/board-policies-and-administrative-rules to help understanding LBCC rules and expectations. If a student believes that someone has violated a right or an LBCC policy or rule, the student should first seek to resolve the situation through mutual conversation in a safe location and manner. If resolution cannot be safely attempted or is unsuccessful, a student should report violations of policies, rules, rights and responsibilities through the LBCC Complaint process. All complaints will be appropriately investigated and addressed. To file a complaint: http://linnbenton-advocate.symplicity.com/public_report When you use this link, you will be asked to identify if you are filing a complaint against a student, an individual employee or against LBCC/the College itself for violating a rule or right.
If you believe that LBCC has not properly dealt with your concern, you may file a complaint to the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (CCWD) by calling 541-947-2401 or visiting them at 255 Capitol St. NE Salem, OR 97310.
Linn-Benton Community College is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). Information regarding their complaint process can be found on the NWCCU website.
If you reside outside of Oregon, you can file a complaint with the appropriate agency in your state. Linn-Benton Community College is required to provide prospective and current students with contact information for filing complaints with the appropriate agency in the state where the student resides.