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Federal Disclosure

This page includes a list of consumer information that UA Cossatot offers to the public stemming from federal guidelines. The contents of this page will be updated periodically to reflect new or changed information.


View Accreditation Information

Are We Making Progress Survey?

Each year, UA Cossatot employees participate in the Are We Making Progress Survey to gather information about the organization's climate to use in the future direction.


Athletic Programs

EADA Summary 2021

EADA Summary 2020

EADA Summary 2016

EADA Institutional Information 2012
EADA Data 2012

CCSSE Survey

CCSSE 2020 Summary (PDF)

CCSSE 2016 Summary (PDF)


To submit a complaint to the Arkansas Department of Higher Education, use this link: ADHE Complaints.            

To submit a complaint to the Higher Learning Commission, use this link: HLC Complaints.

Constitution Day

Constitution Day is September 17 annually. To celebrate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, on or around September 17, the college provides a non-partisan voter registration table along with free donuts. The event is open to faculty, staff, and students. 

State Consumer Guide for CCCUA

Cost of Attendance

Demographic Information

UA Cossatot Student Demographic Information (PDF)

Disability Support Services

Drug and Alcohol Awareness and Prevention

View Drug and Alcohol Awareness and Prevention Plan
Red Ribbon Week Kick-Off Video


Financial Aid


Graduation Rates

IPEDs Graduation Rate


Degrees/Certificates Awarded by Division



Graduate Surveys

Annual graduate surveys to gauge their experience and help the college achieve continuous improvement.

Graduated Student Survey Fall 2021

Information Privacy and Security 

Student Acceptable Computer Use Policy
Employee Acceptable Computer Use Policy
Copyright Information 
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Privacy Rights of Students

Job Placement Information

Individuals and students requesting job placement assistance and information may contact Career Services.

Licensure Pass Rates

2020 Pass Rates


Retention Reports

Spring 2015 Retention Report (PDF)
Summer 2015 Retention Report (PDF)
Fall 2015 Retention Report (PDF)
Spring 2016 Retention Report (PDF)
Summer 2016 Retention Report (PDF)
Fall 2016 Retention Report (PDF)
Spring 2017 Retention Report (PDF)
Summer 2017 Retention Report (PDF)
Fall 2017 Retention Report (PDF)
Spring 2018 Retention Report (PDF)
Summer 2018 Retention Report (PDF)
Fall 2018 Retention Report (PDF)
Spring 2019 Retention Report (PDF)
Summer 2019 Retention Report (PDF)
Fall 2019 Retention Report
Spring 2020 Retention Report
Summer 2020 Retention Report
Fall 2020 Retention Report
Spring 2021 Retention Report
Summer 2021 Retention Report
Fall 2021 Retention Report
Spring 2022 Retention Report (PDF)
Summer 2022 Retention Report (PDF)
Fall 2022 Retention Report (PDF)

Safety and Security

Campus Police
Student Emergency Guide
View Consumer Safety Information
UA Cossatot on College Navigator
Ashdown Campus Clery Safety Report
De Queen Campus Clery Safety Report
Nashville Campus Clery Safety Report
Campus Safety Report
2018 Annual Security Report

Students' Rights and Responsibilities

View Students Rights and Responsibilities 

Student Right to Know

Find UA Cossatot on College Navigator

Textbook Information

Title IX 

Title IX Information
How to File a Title IX Incident Report

University of Arkansas System Fraud Hotline


Vaccination Policy

View Vaccination Policy

Voter Registration

Register to vote in Arkansas

State Authorization

The state of Arkansas has approved Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary education.

The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) establishes a state-level reciprocity process that will support the nation in its efforts to increase the educational attainment of its people by making state authorization:

  • more efficient, effective, and uniform in regard to necessary and reasonable standards of practice that could span states;
  • more effective in dealing with quality and integrity issues that have arisen in some online/ distance education offerings; and
  • less costly for states and institutions and, thereby, the students they serve. 

Distance learning students from out of state should attempt to resolve any issues or complaints with UA Cossatot first. Procedures for filing a complaint can be found HERE (link here However, if an issue cannot be resolved internally, you may file a complaint about Edison State Community College with your state by referring to the list of State Agencies in compliance with federal Department of Education regulations. You may also contact our accrediting agency, the Higher Learning Commission.

Additional NC-SARA Complaint information can be found here. NC-SARA Physical Presence information can be found by clicking here. NC-SARA Field Experiences information can be located here. To learn more about NC-SARA, click here.

NOTE  California is the only state that has not joined SARA

Explore UA Cossatot and let us help you find out how we can get you started, or help you continue, your educational journey. At UA Cossatot, if you start here, you can go anywhere!