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麻豆传媒团队 is accredited by , an institutional accreditation agency听recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

The graduate and undergraduate business programs offered by the Boler College of Business are accredited by . In addition, the Department of Accountancy鈥檚 programs are accredited separately by AACSB .

The University鈥檚 programs in Education are approved by the and accredited by the for the preparation of Early Childhood (EC), Middle Childhood (MC), Multi-Age (MA), and Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) school teachers, counselors, school psychologists,听and principals.

Programs in chemistry are approved by the .

The Clinical Mental Health Counseling and the School Counseling Programs are accredited by the (CACREP).

麻豆传媒团队 has been approved by Ohio to participate in the . NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of post-secondary distance education.

View a complete list of John Carroll鈥檚 accreditors and memberships

麻豆传媒团队 (the 鈥淯niversity鈥) considers the privacy of its web visitors a priority. To that end, the University has adopted the following policy (the 鈥淲eb Privacy Policy鈥) to articulate the terms and conditions of the collection, use, and dissemination of any information the University may receive from the users of 麻豆传媒团队.edu, University online resources, and/or the University social media apps/websites (collectively the 鈥淲ebsite鈥). Please note, however, that this policy has been developed with the knowledge that web technologies continue to advance and evolve rapidly, and that such changes may require us to alter the Web Privacy Policy. Any such alterations will not affect 麻豆传媒团队鈥檚 commitment to the protection of privacy.

Your use of the Website indicates your acceptance of this Web Privacy Policy, all applicable laws, 麻豆传媒团队鈥檚 and .

The University also complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which prohibits the release of education records without student permission, except in limited circumstances. For more details on FERPA, currently enrolled students may consult the University Registrar.

INFORMATION GATHERING

Web Visit Logs

To make the Website more useful, the University automatically collects certain information when users visit the Website, including but not limited to, IP addresses, date and time of visits, browser used, pages viewed and click鈥恠treams. The data is used by the University to manage the website efficiently and to aid in certain University operations.

Use of Cookies

The Website may use 鈥渃ookies,鈥 which are text files holding small amounts of data, and other similar content targeting technologies. These files are used to collect information to track how users interact with the Website, including where they came from or what they did on the Website.

The University uses the analytical information this data provides to improve user experience online and to aid in certain University operations. Our cookies may contain personally identifiable information. By using the University Website, you consent to the collection and use of such information by the University and its affiliates.

Users do not need to have cookies turned on to use the Website. However, users do need cookies to participate actively in some features such as message boards, forums, polling and surveys.

INFORMATION VOLUNTARILY PROVIDED BY USERS

In the course of using the Website, users may choose to provide the University with information to help the University serve them or participate in University activities. For example, an individual may: send an email to request information, share information through the University social media accounts/apps, sign up for a mailing list, or send their address in order that they be sent an application or other material. Any personally identifiable information sent to the University will be used only for the purpose indicated. Requests for information will be directed to the appropriate staff to respond to the request, and may be recorded to help the University update the Website to better respond to similar requests. Each web page or app requesting information discloses the reason that information is being requested. If a user does not wish to have the information used in that manner, he/she is not required to provide it. Users are encouraged to contact the University with questions or concerns about the use of personally identifiable information (should we provide a link or contact info?). All information provided by third-party services such as Facebook will be handled in accordance with the applicable procedures in this policy and any applicable policies promulgated by such third-party services.

The University will not sell, exchange or rent personally identifiable information governed by this policy without the consent of the user. 麻豆传媒团队 does not retain the information longer than necessary for normal operations. The University or its affiliates will not externally release or distribute personally identifiable information except to the extent required or permitted by law.

SECURITY

The University has put into place security measures on the Website to safeguard the integrity of its communications and computing infrastructure, and protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under its control, including but not limited to authentication, monitoring, auditing, and encryption. Once the University receives any transmission from a user, the University will make its best effort to ensure its security on our systems. The University does so by using secure technology, privacy protection controls, and restrictions on employee access. These security practices are consistent with the policies of the University and state and federal laws. Due to the nature of electronic communications, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be completely secure. While the University remains committed to protecting the privacy of users, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted to the University electronically, nor can the University guarantee that information supplied by users to the Website will not be intercepted while being transmitted over the Internet.

SHARING OF INFORMATION

The University does not release confidential information gathered through the Website. This information is not shared with third parties.

The University鈥檚 public directory on the Website details workplace contact information about faculty and staff only. 麻豆传媒团队 student contact information requires Bannerweb credentials to access.

PUBLIC DISCUSSIONS

麻豆传媒团队 makes some public discussion areas, email lists, and similar services available to its users on the Website. The University does not ordinarily log public discussion sessions; however, any information that is disclosed in these areas becomes public information and all users should therefore exercise caution when deciding to disclose confidential information in such places.

Academic chat sessions and discussion forums, such as those in Canvas, may be logged; however, these education records are protected from disclosure by .

In addition, at any time, there may be online surveys being conducted on the Website. Persons responsible for conducting online surveys that collect personally鈥恑dentifiable information should clearly state at the survey site the extent to which any information provided will be shared or protected. Aggregate data from surveys may be shared with third parties in ways that do not compromise privacy.

EXTERNAL LINKS

The Website contains links to other independently鈥恗anaged websites within the 麻豆传媒团队 network and to sites outside the outside the 麻豆传媒团队 (麻豆传媒团队.edu) domain. When a user visits another site, the privacy policy of that site governs its use. The University is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other websites.

AD SERVERS AND ADVERTISEMENTS

We do not partner with or have special relationships with any ad server companies. We never use or install spyware on your computer, nor do we use spyware to retrieve information from your computer.

NOTIFICATION OF POLICY CHANGES

The University reserves the right to change the Web Privacy Policy at any time. Such changes will be posted on the Website and will become effective upon posting.

CONTACTING JOHN CARROLL UNIVERSITY

Please contact the Senior Data Security Engineer, James Spitznagel, at jspitznagel@jcu.edu with any questions about the Web Privacy Policy.

REVIEW CYCLE

This policy will be periodically reviewed and updated as appropriate. This policy was last revised on 05/23/18.

Please view the policy .

麻豆传媒团队 admits students of any race, color, ethnic or national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, ability, or military or veteran status protected under federal law to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, or military or veteran status protected under federal law in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

John Carroll Student Consumer Information (HEOA requirements)

The information below is provided to prospective and current students as required by federal law through (Public Law 110-315). The HEOA was enacted on August 14, 2008, and reauthorizes the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA). We hope this site will help students make informed decisions in the college selection process and become more aware of the relevant policies, procedures, and reporting requirements of the University. Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required to access some of the information links below. Paper copies of any of these resources can be provided by submitting your request to the Assistant Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment.

General Institutional Information

Student Financial Assistance

Health and Safety

Student Outcomes

Student Consumer Complaint Process

On July 1, 2011, the 鈥淧rogram Integrity Rule鈥 amendment of Title IV of the Higher Education Act took effect. One of the requirements of the Program Integrity Rule is that each college or university authorized to offer postsecondary education in one or more States ensure access to a complaint process that will permit student consumers to address the following:

  • alleged violations of State consumer protection laws that include but are not limited to fraud and false advertising;
  • alleged violations of State laws or rules relating to the licensure of postsecondary institutions; and
  • complaints relating to the quality of education or other State or accreditation requirements.

麻豆传媒团队 is committed to full compliance with the Program Integrity Rule, and provides the following information about our accreditation and complaint processes to all current and/or prospective students.

Student Complaint Policy

Student complaints are always considered seriously and are usually handled in either the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President or the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment. Students should begin with the appropriate offices for the departments or programs in which they are enrolled. For concerns related to the University as a whole or for concerns that cannot be resolved at the program level, personnel in the offices listed below can address and resolve most if not all of the questions and concerns student consumers may have:

Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President

Most grievances lodged by students are academic in nature. Academic complaints such as an unfair or inaccurate evaluation of student work, academic warning, probation, and dismissals actions; assessment of satisfactory academic progress; or unfair, inconsistent, or inequitable treatment in an academic program are therefore addressed through the Academic Policies and Procedures for undergraduate students. The Policy and Procedure for Appeal of a Charge of Academic Dishonesty can be found in the 鈥淎cademic Policies and Procedures鈥 section of the Undergraduate bulletin. The most recent bulletin can be accessed here:

Office of the Vice President for Enrollment

Complaints related to admissions eligibility and processes or student services should be directed to contact the Vice President for Enrollment via email.听

Title IX Coordinator

Harassment or discrimination based on sex or issues related to sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, and stalking, should be reported to the Title IX Coordinator. The reporting process and Title IX information can be found here.

Office of Student Enrollment and Financial Services

Complaints related to Federal and institutional student loans, grants, or work study should be directed to the Office of Student Enrollment and Financial Services (). It is expected that students will fully utilize the University鈥檚 administrative policies and procedures to address concerns or complaints in as timely a manner as possible. On occasion, however, a student may believe that these administrative procedures have not adequately addressed concerns identified under the Program Integrity Rule. In those select cases, the following independent resources are available to the student: The Ohio Department of Higher Education is responsible for responding to formal complaints against public, independent non-profit, and proprietary institutions of higher education in Ohio. While the Department of Education has limited authority over colleges and universities, and cannot offer legal advice or initiate civil court cases, the staff will review submitted complaints and work with student complainants and institutions. Information regarding the complaint process, including the required form and information, . The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) is an independent body responsible for the accreditation of programs offered by 麻豆传媒团队. The HLC receives complaints from students or other parties. When a complaint raises issues regarding an institution鈥檚 ability to meet accreditation criteria, the HLC will forward a copy of the complaint to the institution and request a formal response. Instructions for filing a complaint with the Commission .

State Contact Information for Filing Complaints

Pursuant to 34 CFR 搂 668.43(b) (Code of Federal Regulations), an institution of higher education must 鈥減rovide students . . . with contact information for filing complaints with its accreditor and with its State approval or licensing entity and any other relevant State official or agency that would appropriately handle the student鈥檚 complaint.鈥 If you reside in a state outside Ohio and are enrolled in online classes at 麻豆传媒团队 and have a complaint, you should contact your state agency. Information about the complaint process and contact information for the fifty states .

To file a complaint in the State of Ohio please click .听 听 听听

In the event of a campus emergency, it is essential that you understand your role in these incidents and how to properly handle them. Some emergencies do require an evacuation, and you should be familiar with where to go if a campus evacuation is necessary. Please view all of the links here from the Emergency Response Guide, and keep a copy of the 鈥淏uilding/Area Evacuation鈥 page in your room, office, a notebook/binder, or briefcase.

Important Phone Numbers

Emergency: 911

Dispatch: 216.397.1234

麻豆传媒团队EMS Dispatch: 216.397.1234

麻豆传媒团队PD Main Office: 216.397.1615

麻豆传媒团队PD Chief: 216.397.1974

麻豆传媒团队PD Sergeant: 216.397.4401

Tip Line: 216.397.1515

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麻豆传媒团队 Title IX Office

听is part of听 the 1972 re-authorization of the Higher Education Act and听stipulates that 鈥淣o person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.鈥 Title IX requires all schools receiving federal financial assistance to take reasonable steps to create a safe, nondiscriminatory learning environment. If discrimination based on sex occurs, 麻豆传媒团队 will take immediate action to end the discrimination, remedy its effects, and prevent its future recurrence.

The Department of Integrated Marketing and Communications will notify the media if the University decides to close during unfavorable weather conditions. The University鈥檚 policy is to close only in the event of extreme weather conditions; decisions are made based on short- and long-term meteorological reports.

While our goal is to have as many people as possible on campus when we are open, the University realizes that some students and employees live a significant distance from campus. Consequently, the administration does not expect individuals to place themselves in a dangerous situation to get here. We encourage you to use your best judgment in deciding whether it is safe to drive when confronted with severe weather.

Snow closing advisories:

Integrated Marketing and Communications personnel will provide an advisory to the University community through the closing advisory phone line. If the University is closing, the system鈥檚 message will be changed to give the details of the closing.

  • For the latest closing information, call 216.397.4666.
    Please wait until after 6:30 a.m. to begin calling, so that University 听personnel have an opportunity to make a decision and change the 听message.
  • For decisions on evening classes, call after 2 p.m.

Integrated Marketing and Communications uses a coded system to alert the media of a closing; this system is designed to prevent unauthorized personnel from calling the media. Closings will also be posted on the University鈥檚 home page by 6:30 a.m.

Delayed opening:

In the event inclement weather poses 鈥 for a limited period of time 鈥 an extraordinary risk to the safety of students and employees who drive to the university, the University will announce a 鈥Delayed Opening鈥:

  • This delay will be for two or three hours, using 8 a.m. as the regular opening time.
    • An announced 2-hour delay = 10 a.m. opening
    • An announced 3-hour delay =听11 a.m. opening

Employees whose functions are required earlier than the normal office opening time should consult their area vice president for instructions.

  • Classes scheduled during the hours affected by the delay will be cancelled.听As with classes cancelled when the University is forced to close early because of weather, faculty whose classes are cancelled as a result of a delayed opening may, at their discretion, attempt to schedule a make-up class. These make-up classes can only be scheduled if they do not penalize students who are unable to attend.

Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions, please contact the Executive Director of Strategic Communications, Mike Scanlan at 216.397.1596 or mscanlan@jcu.edu.