Right to Know

Student Right to Know and Consumer Information website contains information required by law for the Student Right to Know and Clery Act and other information that might be helpful to you including FERPA [Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act]. It is designed to inform current and prospective students and their parents about information that is vital to understanding their rights and responsibilities and the policies of the college. Students will be notified yearly of the information available on this web page. Please let us know if there is additional information you would like to see included on these pages.

Consumer Information (HEOA)

Some of the information below is in accordance with The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008. This was signed into law on August 14,2008. This law mandates that we provide you with some specific information in various formats. Students will be notified yearly of the information available on this web page. For more information about the HEOA requirements please click here.

Institutional Information

General Information:

General School Information (Whitman Fast Facts)
Whitman College Catalog

Accrediting, approval, or licensing agencies:
Whitman College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and/or the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. Whitman’s Department of Chemistry is accredited by the American Chemical Society.

Academics

Academics
Academic Programs
Off-Campus Studies
List of faculty and instructional personnel
Accreditation: A complete copy of documents from the last accreditation period is available at Penrose Memorial Library.
Transfer credits
Textbook information
Withdrawing from the College

Data/Reports:

Common Data Set
Student body diversity
The Office of Institutional Research is a major repository for information on enrollment and degrees awarded, and is charged with analyzing and interpreting these data for use in planning and policy decisions. It has a major role in providing statistical data to the President, Deans, and Board of Directors for strategic planning, accreditation review, and student outcomes. The Office of Institutional Research also has a major responsibility for compiling and filing reports required by the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board, the U.S. Department of Education, HEDS and other state and federal agencies.

Graduation Rates

Graduation Rates

Financial Aid Information

Costs
How to Apply
Qualifying for Financial Aid
Rights and Responsibilities
Financial Literacy Resources
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Refund Policy
Net Price Calculator
Contact Us

Health and Safety

Required vaccinations

Security Policies and Crime Statistics

Annual Report
Emergency Procedures
Campus Security and Crime Statistics
Crime Reports and Timely Warnings
Missing Student Notification

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policies and Prevention

The Student Handbook
Alcohol Policy: Page 68
Drug Policies: Page 69
Drug Free Schools and Community Act

Student Life

Facilities and services available to students with disabilities
Copyright infringement and student penalties
Code of Conduct
Equity in Athletics

FERPA (Your Right to Privacy)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) guarantees that you have some control over the educational records kept by the College. Some of the information is public and other information is private. A complete “Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974” (FERPA or Buckley Amendment) is available in the Dean of Students Office.

Additional information regarding privacy and access to personal information is available here.

Voter Registration Information

Washington State voter registration form