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Consumer Information/Disclosure

Federal regulations require that institutions make consumer information readily available to current and prospective students. The following links provide information to explain the financial aid process and to meet the requirements of the law. 

A paper copy of the information listed below can be obtained by contacting the Student Financial Aid Office.
This sheet lists all of the required consumer disclosures and where they are located for current and prospective students.
The primary goal of The Clery Act is to provide students and their families with accurate, complete and timely information on campus safety so they can make an informed comparison of their higher education options. Buckeye Career Center’s (BCC) policies relating to The Clery Act and the institution’s crime statistics are found in this document and on the Adult Education Webpage. 

Adult Student Handbook

The following information and policies are contained in the Adult Student Handbook.  

  • Admissions Policy
  • Attendance Policy 
  • Code of Conduct - Student (which includes, but not limited to, Use of Alcohol/Tobacco/Drug, Academic Integrity, Theft, & Weapons)
  • Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • Refund Policy 
  • School Overview (which includes information about the institution, facilities and more) 
If you would like more information or to obtain a printed copy of the handbook, contact the Adult Education Office at 330-308-5720.

Financial Aid

The Student Financial Aid Office is available to assist students and parents with the financial aid process. Through the web, on the phone, or in person, as we strive to provide accurate and timely information as you progress through your career technical program.
Megan Zimmerman, Financial Aid
545 University Drive NE
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
[email protected]
330-339-2288, ext. 1501
Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid:
Constitution Day:

Each year, on or about September 17th, Adult Education will provide educational material and information about the US Constitution. This is in commemoration that the US Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787. The US Constitution is the foundation document for which our laws and freedoms are based. For more information about the US Constitution, visit http://www.constitutionday.cc/

Don't forget to register to vote: Voter Registration Form

Help us celebrate Constitution Day this year with these fun and fact-filled online activities focused around the signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787. Together, “We the People,” celebrate this great country and the freedom and liberties we enjoy!

Constitution Links:

What’s your Constitution I.Q.? Take this 10-question quiz: https://www.constitutionfacts.com/

Add your signature to the Constitution and print your own copy: Sign the Declaration

Constitution Word Find: Constitution Word Finds

Famous Quotes regarding the Constitution: View the Quotes

Resources for Additional Information:

The Buckeye Career Center, in accordance with Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 (to include discrimination and harassment) is an equal opportunity institution. 

Equal admission, educational, and employment opportunities are provided to all people regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, military or socio-economic status. 

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