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    The Campus Information and Security Building is located at the north entrance to the campus where campus maps, visitor, student, staff and faculty parking permits may be picked up. Complete campus regulations are available there. Security Services are maintained 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    To reach the Security Office by phone, call “0” if on campus and (618) 466-7000 if off campus.

    Designated parking areas are established on campus for students, faculty, staff and guests. All vehicles must be parked on pavement, between parking lines, and/or centered on parking block bumpers. Parking is not allowed on grass, sidewalks, or in restricted areas.

    Monitoring the access of faculty, staff and the student population on campus is a continual practice of campus security. There is daily interaction between security and maintenance on safety and maintenance conditions of campus facilities.

    Security is given the authority to enforce all of the Lewis and Clark Community College campus rules and procedures relating to the daily operations of the college campus (i.e., parking, conduct, smoking, etc.). Lewis and Clark Community College Security immediately notifies the local or state police agencies when confronted with an arrest for a criminal violation on campus. Security will assist the police agencies in all appropriate ways.

    Contact between security officers and the campus population, along with established guidelines in the college catalog and telephone directory, encourage prompt reporting of all crimes on campus. Reporting of all crimes on campus is accomplished by the security officer’s notification to the appropriate police agencies and a copy of the security officer’s incident report being forwarded to the appropriate college personnel. The College has programs designed to inform students and employees about security procedures (i.e., pamphlets, instructions during orientation and registration, faculty and staff semester in-service week, on-campus counseling, and the Health and Safety Committee).

    Off-campus college events require security arrangements to be made by each organization prior to approval by college administration for such activities.

    Graduation Rate and Transfer-Out Data

    Under U.S. Department of Education regulations, every college and university is required to disclose graduation rates and transfer rates. Below is a chart listing total numbers of students who began their enrollment in Fall 2008. These first-time, full- time students either completed degrees, transferred to other institutions, or withdrew from the college in the last four years. This report is presented as consumer information.

     

      LCCC Statewide
    Initial Cohort: Students Percentage Students Percentage
    Full-time, first-time degree/certificate - seeking students 308 100.0% 28148 100.0%
    Completers less than 2 years duration 23 7.5% 1417 5.0%
    Completer 2 years or less 11 3.6% 1774 6.3%
    Completers 3 years 29 9.4% 2725 9.7%
    Students still enrolled (with no record of transfer out) 35 11.4% 3585 12.7%
    Transfer-out students (within 3 years) 65 21.1% 7734 27.5%
    Other Students 145 47.1% 10913 38.8%

    Source: ICCB GRS Reports July 2012

    The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crimes Statistics Act (formerly the Campus Security Act) is available directly on our Security webpage.

    Under U.S. Department of Education regulations, every college and university is required to disclose students receiving athletically related aid. Below is a chart listing total numbers of these students who began their enrollment in Fall 2008. This report is presented as consumer information.

      LCCC Statewide
    Initial Cohort: Students Percentage Students Percentage
    Full-time degree/certificate - seeking students 2793   140543  
    Of these, students receiving athlete-related aid 102 100.0% 2358 100.0%
    Football 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
    Basketball 22 21.6% 601 25.5%
    Baseball 20 19.6% 515 21.8%
    Cross-country and track 0 0.0% 68 2.9%
    All other sports 60 58.8% 1174 49.8%

    Source: ICCB GRS Reports July 2012