College Reports, Data, and Plans
This information is provided by Reid State Technical College in compliance with the Federal Gainful Employment regulations. As a public non-profit education institution, we are required to report the following information for certificate and diploma programs that meet gainful employment definitions (beginning July 1, 2011).
Gainful employment programs are those “that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation.” Each program that falls under these regulations is required to report:
Occupations, SOC codes, and links to occupational profiles on O*NET
Costs-tuition/fees and books/supplies (may include additional costs)
On-time graduation (completion) rate for each program.
Job placement rate for students completing each program
Median loan debt incurred by students as provided by ED (identified separately as Title IV loan debt and private educational loan debt)
Data Privacy/ Suppression
If the number of students who completed a Gainful Employment Program during the award year was less than ten, for privacy reasons, the college or university should not disclose to the public the median debt amounts and the on-time completion rates. Because placement rate information is reported based on system standards and methodology, total employment and related employment rates are not disclosed if the number of students employed is less than six.
The Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act requires that each student be provided a detailed breakdown of campus crime statistics. Disclosures required by this law are made available to student, faculty, staff, and the general public. Copies of this publication are available in the Evening Coordinator’s Office, Campus Safety and Security Office, the Office of the Dean of Students & Instructional Services and the Registrar’s Office. For more information concerning campus security, contact Mr. Jeff Rhodes at 251-578-1313 ext. 105.
The Jeanne Clery disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal statute. The act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses. Compliance is monitored by the United States Department of Education which can impose civil penalties against institutions for each infraction and can suspend institutions from participating in federal student financial aid programs.
Copies of this publication are also available via the following link: ope.ed.gov/security
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA)
Active Shooter Information
Reports, Forms, and Plans
- 2021 Annual Campus Security Report
- 2020 Annual Campus Security Report
- 2019 Campus Safety and Security Survey.pdf
- 2018 Campus Safety and Security Survey.pdf
- 2017 Campus Safety and Security Survey.pdf
- 2016 Campus Safety and Security Survey.pdf
- 2015 Campus Safety and Security Survey.pdf
- 2015 Annual Campus Security Report.pdf
- 2014 Annual Campus Security Report.pdf