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Student Right to Know

The Student Right to Know Act requires an institution that participates in any student financial assistance program under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (as amended) to disclose information about graduation rates to current and prospective students. Institutions that award athletically-related student aid are also required under the Student Right to Know Act to disclose data related to the institution's student population and student-athlete graduation rates to potential student-athletes, their parents, coaches, and counselors.

The Athletics Data Report includes the sports Bergen Community College offered, the number of student participants in each sport, the number of coaches, their salaries, all athletic expenses, and all athletic revenues for each year given.

The Graduation/Transfer Rate Report shows the graduation and transfer rates for full-time degree or certificate seeking students who started in the fall semester four years prior to the graduation/transfer date. For the 2011-2012 Graduation/Transfer Rate Report, the full-time students started in Fall 2008, for the 2012-2013 Report, the full-time students started in Fall 2009, etc.