Members of the campus community and consumers of higher education should have access to various information involving the college. Background on commonly requested information is below, as well as federal and state guidelines related to consumer information the college must protect and data that must be provided.
This act, as it applies to institutions of higher learning, ensures that students have access to certain records that pertain to them and that unauthorized persons do not have access to such records.
The current academic year’s college catalog reflects Wofford’s calendar, policies, regulations, fees, prices, curriculum and progress requirements for graduation.
The Student Right to Know Act requires colleges and universities to disclose graduation and transfer rates for all students and to specifically share those rates for student-athletes.
The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education responds to formal complaints from students against public, independent non-profit and proprietary institutions of higher education in South Carolina.