Student Consumer Information

The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended, requires institutions participating in federally-funded financial aid programs to make information about the institution available to the public, current and prospective students, current and prospective student loan borrowers, and current employees. This page contains a comprehensive list of sources of information for students, employees and the college community including Student Right to Know, Accessibility Services, Policies and other information.


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Drug free schools and campuses information (drug and alcohol program)

General campus information, including accreditation

Academic Programs

Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs

General forms

Nondiscrimination statement


Resources for Pregnant and Parenting Students

The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) via the U.S. Department of Education (ED) is responsible for enforcing laws prohibiting discrimination in federally assisted educational programs and activities. These laws include Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), which prohibits discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities. All public and private educational institutions that receive any federal financial assistance ("schools") must comply with this law. Title IX protects students in all of the academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic, and other programs or activities of schools and includes prohibiting discrimination against pregnant and parenting students.

  • Title IX specifically prohibits discrimination against a student based on pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, or recovery from any of these conditions.
  • Under Title IX, it is illegal for schools to exclude a pregnant student from participating in any of an educational program. Schools may implement special instructional programs or classes for a pregnant student, but participation must be completely voluntary on the part of the student, and the programs and classes must be comparable to those offered to other students.
  • Schools must excuse a student's absences because of pregnancy or childbirth for as long as the student’s doctor deems the absences medically necessary. When a student returns to school, she must be allowed to return to the same academic and extracurricular status as before her medical leave began.
  • Any accommodations provided to students who have temporary medical conditions must also be provided to a pregnant student.


Lactation Room: College Center Building, 2nd floor. Access through the Counseling and Advising Dept. or at the top of the stairs at the north end of the building.


Title IX Coordinator
Kari Rusch-Curl

Board Policy 1B.1 Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination in Employment and Education and federal and state law prohibit discrimination and harassment against pregnant and parenting students. Please contact Kari Rusch-Curl, Interim Vice President of Student Affairs if you feel there has been a violation of your rights.

Sexual Violence Prevention

Inver Hills Community College is committed to creating a campus environment that is free of sexual violence. Please call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

Sexual violence is not tolerated at Inver Hills. All new student to Inver Hills are expected to complete a mandatory online training in sexual violence prevention within the first 10 days of the semester and will receive information on how to complete this training via email.

If you wish to report an incident of sexual violence, you may report confidentially via the CampusEye Reporting Tool or by contacting any of the following Inver Hills staff members:

  • Laina Carlson, Human Resources Officer,, 651-450-3305
  • Any college administrator, manager or supervisor
  • Any college counselor, located in the Counseling Center on the 2nd floor of the College Center
  • Health Service Nurse, 651-450-3524, College Center 109
  • Kari Rusch-Curl, Vice President of Student Affairs,, 651-450-3887

Student Code of Conduct

Inver Hills Community College expects all students to exemplify the behavior of responsible members of a civil and educated community. The college sets high expectations for scholarship and conduct through the Student Code of Conduct, Academic Integrity Policy, Acceptable Use of Information Technology Policy, and related policies. The standards of behavior are consistent with the educational mission of the college.

Rules for student conduct are consistently enforced in order to maintain an environment that is conducive to learning and personal well being. The guiding principle of college policies is student responsibility and accountability for their actions.

Student outcomes (Student Right to Know Act: grad rates, completion, transfer-out rates)