Albertson College Catalog is not a contract but rather a guide for the
convenience of students. Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy.
Any editorial or typographical errors, which may be present, do not change
policy as formulated by the faculty and administration of the college.
Albertson College reserves the right to change or withdraw courses, to
change fees, rules and calendar for admission, registration, instruction
and graduation, and to change other regulations affecting the student
body, at any time.
Students are held responsible for reading and understanding the
academic, administrative, and disciplinary policies or regulations and
for understanding the General Graduation Requirements as published in
the catalog when they matriculate. They are held responsible for the
requirements of a major in effect at the time they officially declare a
major. If students change majors, they are responsible for the
requirements of the major in effect when they officially change majors.
Requirements for graduation as well as those for various majors and
minors may change after students matriculate at Albertson College. Such
changes will not be retroactive, although students will have the option
to elect to meet the new requirements, if desired. Exceptions may be
necessary when changes in professional certification or licensure
standards mandate such changes in requirements.
Confidentiality of Records
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of
1974, P.L. 93-380, as amended by P.L. 92-318, eligible students may
review personal educational records, have the opportunity to correct
information in those records, and limit disclosure of information from
those records. For procedures, contact the Registrar's Office.
Dismissal and Suspension
Albertson College reserves the right, and by matriculation the
student acknowledges that right, to dismiss or suspend any student whose
conduct is unacceptable by college standards.
Special Facilities and Services
As a general statement, Albertson College does not have specially
developed facilities or designed student services to attract and meet
the needs of students with severe disabilities. Further description of
special facilities needed should be directed to the Dean of Student
Affairs or to the Disability Services Coordinator for research and