- Academic programs, facilities, and instructional personnel
- Accreditation and licensing of the institution
- Annual fire safety report
- Annual security report
- Available financial aid
- BMTX, Inc. Contract Disclosure
- Code of conduct if participating in Title IV loan program
- Code of conduct if preferred lender arrangement
MiraCosta College does not have a preferred lender arrangement.
- Completion or graduation rate, retention rate, and transfer-out rate of full-time undergraduates
- Consortium and contractual agreement information
MiraCosta College does not currently participate in consortium agreements.
- Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
- Cost of Attendance for MiraCosta College 2022-2023
- Course schedule and information
- Crime log - The Daily Crime Log is available for viewing at the College Police Department during operating hours. For a summary, see the Safety Report.
- Direct Loan (Federal Direct Student Loan) model and disclosure form
- Drug and alcohol abuse prevention program information
- Education loan disclosures if preferred lender arrangement exists - Preferred lender arrangement does not exist.
- Emergency response and evacuation notification
- Entrance counseling-Direct Loans
- Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Report
- Exit counseling-Title IV loan programs
- Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) rights
- Federal Perkins Loan pre-disbursement disclosures
MiraCosta College does not participate in the Federal Perkins Loan program.
- Fire Prevention
- Graduate or professional education in which graduates from institution’s 4-year degree programs enroll - MiraCosta College is strictly an undergraduate institution.
- Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Reporting
Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students
Section 18004(e) of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”)
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q2 2022
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q1 2022
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q4 2021
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q3 2021
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q2 2021
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q1 2021
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q4 2020
- HEERF (CARES Act, CRRSA Act, ARP) Quarterly Report Q3 2020
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- Notice to victims of dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking of their rights and options
- Notice to enrolled students of the availability of the consumer information
MiraCosta College notifies students about the availability of consumer information each academic year.
- Outcome of institutional disciplinary proceedings against alleged perpetrator of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking
- Penalties for drug violations
- Personnel responsible for providing consumer information
- Private Education Loan Applicant Self-Certification Form
MiraCosta College does not certify private education loans.
- Refund policy
- Registered sex offenders information
- Report on athletic program participation rates
- Return of Title IV funds requirements
- Rights and responsibilities of financial aid recipients
- Services and facilities for students with disabilities
- Timely warning of campus crime and security issues
- Vaccination Policy
We are an open access campus. There are no vaccination policies. Only Allied Health programs and Child Development workers are required to have vaccinations.
- Verification requirements
- Voter registration forms
MiraCosta College Financial Aid Fraud Policy
There are difficult situations where students and/or parents purposefully misrepresent information in hopes of obtaining financial aid assistance. The Financial Aid Office is required to have a policy of referral when confronted with actual or suspected cases of fraud and abuse [668.53(a)(5), 668.14(g)].
1. Policy for Fraud Students and/or parents who willfully submit fraudulent information and/or alter documentation to obtain financial aid funds will be investigated to the furthest extent possible. All cases of fraud and abuse will be reported to the proper authorities.
2. Procedures for Fraud If an Aid Administrator determines intentional misrepresentation of facts, false statements, or alteration of documents which resulted or could result in the awarding or disbursement of funds for which the student is not eligible, the case shall be referred to the Director for further review and possible disciplinary action. If the Director determines fraud exists, all information will be forwarded to the Vice President of Student Services, the Office of Inspector General of the Department of Education, and/or the local law enforcement agency.
Processing of the application or disbursement of funds shall be suspended until the Director has determined that fraud is evident.
Evidence of fraud will be reported to the Office of Inspector General.
Regional Office and Telephone Number: Long Beach, CA 562.980.4141
Inspector General's Hotline: 1.800.MIS.USED
Office of Inspector General
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202-1510