Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) Reporting
Future students, current students and community members are encouraged to review the following information, which provides a comprehensive overview of the College and its practices, including crime statistics, privacy, financial aid and other important College policies.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act (Public Law 110-315) (HEOA) was enacted on August 14, 2008, and reauthorizes the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA).
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) contains numerous federal reporting and disclosure requirements for information from various administrative areas of higher education institutions. In order to make this information readily available, Heartland Community College provides quick access to this data.
- Privacy of Student Records (PDF) - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities
- Student Diversity
- Price of Attendance
- Net Price Calculator
- Computer Use (PDF) and File Sharing (PDF)
- Refund Policy and Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Federal Financial Aid
- Textbook Information
- Educational Programs
- Instructional Facilities
- HCC Faculty
- Search the online schedule to find the name of the instructor teaching each course section.
- Each program of study contains a faculty directory link, indicating who is teaching in a particular discipline.
- Each discipline found on the academic departments page displays a faculty directory link, indicating who is teaching in a particular discipline.
- Visit the employee directory for a list of HCC employees
- Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
- Accreditation, Approval and Licensure of HCC and Programs
- Copyright Infringement - Policies and Sanctions (PDF)
- Computer Use (PDF) and File Sharing (PDF)
- Student Activities
- Career and Job Placement Services
- Assistance Available from Federal, State, Local and Institutional Programs
- Terms and Conditions for Eligibility (PDF)
- Student Loan Information
- Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers
- Exit Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers
- Institutional Code of Conduct for Education Loans
- Preferred Lender Lists
- Preferred Lender Arrangements
- Campus Crime Statistics
- Campus Safety Video | Campus Safety Video Transcription (PDF)
- Campus Security Information
- Campus Security Report and Policy (PDF)
- Campus Violence Prevention Policy (PDF)
- Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures (PDF)
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (PDF)
- Drug and Alcohol Policies and the Sanctions Imposed for Violation (PDF)
- Drug and Alcohol Violations and Fatalities
- Disciplinary Policies and Hearings (PDF)
- Timely Notice Policy (PDF)
- Retention Rate
- Graduation Rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)
- Transfer Out Rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)
- Graduation Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid (Student Right-to-Know Act)
- Transfer OutRates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid (Student Right-to-Know Act)
Public Act 94-0492 requires each public institution of higher learning in Illinois to make available on its website, a downloadable, printable voter registration form.
Heartland is providing several opportunities for its students to register to vote.
- Go to http://www.elections.il.gov and download the mail-in Voter Registration form.
- If you have recently moved within your county and were previously registered, you only need to file a change of address form. Contact your County Clerks office. Here are forms for McLean County.
- Several Heartland employees can assist you with voter registration. They are:
- Library Staff:
- Erin Molck (SCB 1502)
- Carol Reid (SCB 1504)
- andi Sutter (SCB 1508)
- Alumni Relations:
- Colleen Reynolds (CCB 2309)
- ESL Programs:
- Kerry Urquizo (SCB 1011)
- Instructional Staff:
- Janet Beach-Davis (ICB 1006)
- Sarah Diel-Hunt (ICN 2021)
- Library Staff:
- Watch for Special Events at which registration will take place.
- Not sure if you are registered to vote? Check your voter status. (McLean County only)
Requirements to Register to Vote at Heartland
What do I need to register to vote at Heartland?
- You must be a citizen of the United States on the day you register to vote.
- You must be 18 years old on or before the day of the next election.
- Be a resident of the precinct at least 30 days on or before the date of the next election.
- Present proper identification as explained below.
Two pieces of identification must be presented at the time of registration. Follow the guidelines below to determine if the identification is acceptable:
- Both pieces of identification must contain the applicant’s name.
- One piece of identification must contain the current address from which the applicant is registering.
- The two pieces of identification must be from two different sources, i.e. two different credit cards from two different companies; two bills from different utility companies such as a gas bill and an electric bill; a school identification card and a social security card, etc.
- A letter delivered to the applicant through the U.S. postal system from a state, federal, or city agency, a utility company, an employer or school, a credit company, or a civic, union, or professional association may be accepted as one of the pieces of identification.
- Identification cannot be self-generated, as for example, a handwritten or typed wallet identification card.
- Acceptable identification may include, but is not limited to:
- Driver's license
- Social security card
- Utility bill
- Employer or student identification card
- Credit card
- Civic, union, or professional association membership card
- Birth certificate
- Public assistance identification card
- Library card
Note: A residence is a permanent abode, a place where a person actually lives. No one may register from a place of business or office, unless the person actually lives there and it is his or her permanent abode.
HCC Employee Salary & Benefit Information
In compliance with Illinois Public Act 096-0266, the Illinois Community College Board has worked with Illinois' 48 public community colleges to provide a single point of reference to review salary and benefits information for all full- and part-time administrative and instructional employees. That Web site is now available at http://iccbdbsrv.iccb.org/salarysearch/home.cfm.
The new legislative requirement to report individual employee salary and benefits also impacts public P-12 education and public universities. Companion Web sites are being set up for public school employees (Illinois State Board of Education) and public university employees (Illinois Board of Higher Education).
A full draft of the legislation is available on the Illinois General Assemble Web site at http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?Name=096-0266&GA=96.