The following Higher Education Act (HEA) information is designed

to give current students, prospective students, and the general

public an overview of the Highland Community College and its

procedures and practices.

The information includes academic programs, athletics participation rates,

crime statistics,privacy information, financial aid, completion rates and other

important college policies.

If you need assistance with any of the information found on this page,

please contact Liz Gerber, vice president of student development and

support services, at 815.599.3531, or email


Consumer Information

Academic Programs



Athletics Participation Rates

Campus Security and Crime Reporting

College Score Card - Published by the U.S. Department of Education

Cost of Attendance

Equity in Athletics Survey Institutional Data

Equity in Athletics Survey

Financial Aid and Return of Title IV Funds Policy

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

Graduation Rates

Licensure Rates for 2017 graduates in the following programs:

Nursing (RN) -  97 percent

Medical Assistant - 100 percent

Certified Nursing Assistant - 96 percent

Cosmetology - 100 percent

Illinois Community College System Salary and Benefits Portal

Illinois Sex Offender Information

Occupational Follow-up Survey Excerpts

Payment options

Retention Rates

Student Right- To-Know

Tuition and Fees and Net Price Calculator

Veterans Benefits

Voter Registration

Student Right-to-Know

Highland Community College believes in the importance of providing students with the information they need to be successful. To encourage student awareness, we have conveniently assembled all of this information on our website.

We are happy that you are a part of the Highland community, and we look forward to continuing to serve you in reaching your educational goals.

Access print-friendly versions of Students Right-to-Know Information and Partners in Safe, Drug-Free Campus Community.

Counseling Services

Disability Services

Drug and Alcohol Use Policy

Campus Emergency Guide

Campus Security and Crime Reporting

Facilities for Disabled Students

Family Education Rights Act of 1974 (FERPA) and HCC Release of Student Information

Financial Aid and Return of Title IV Funds Policy

Gainful Employment information can be found for each certificate program

in the Academics section of the website.

Graduation Rates

Illinois Sex Offender Information

Payment Options

Project Succeed

Reporting Academic and Conduct Concerns

Resources & Rights for Victims of Sexual Misconduct and Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act information (SaVE Act)

To report concerns to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy investigator:

Title IX Coordinator            

Vice President of Student Development and Support Services

Liz Gerber




Title IX Deputy Investigator

Adult Education Director

Mark Jansen


(815) 599-3455    


Title IX Deputy Investigator

Associate Vice President of Human Resources

Rose Ferguson


(815) 599-3402


Sexual and other harassment policy

Reports of sexual or other harassment may be filed using the Incident Reporting Form

Employees and third parties may also direct reports to: Rose Ferguson,

Associate Vice President of Human Resources and Affirmative Action Officer at 815.599.3402

Students may direct reports to: Liz Gerber,

Vice President of Student Development and Support Services and Investigator, at 815.599.3531

Reports may also be directed to Mark Jansen,

Director of Adult Education and Investigator, at 815.599.3455

Sexual Misconduct and Violence Policy (Pending Board approval)

Student Academic Complaint Policies and Procedures

Success Center (Tutoring services)

Tuition and Fees and Net Price Calculator

Veterans Benefits

Voter Registration


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