NoticesOfficial Name of the College
"Three Rivers Community College" is the official name of the college and will be placed on all transcripts and diplomas. Historically accepted and abbreviated versions of the college name may be used for marketing purposes. Therefore, college materials may include "Three Rivers Community College," the "college," "Three Rivers," and "Three Rivers College."
Title IX Statement
Three Rivers College prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, age, gender, or national origin in any phase of its admission to or employment in its education programs or activities. Inquiries regarding Title IX should contact Ann Matthews for student concerns and Kristina McDaniel for employee concerns (2080 Three Rivers Blvd.; Poplar Bluff, MO 63901: 573-840-9600). Questions or concerns regarding Title VI, Section 504, and the Age Discrimination Act should be directed to Kristina McDaniel, Human Resources at 573-840-9695.
Annual Policy Notification
As per federal requirement, our Policy on Drugs and Alcohol 2016 (GAP 1206), contains links to university policies and resources concerning the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Three Rivers College complies with the Drug-Free School and Campuses Regulation that requires Institutions of Higher Education to conduct a biennial review of their alcohol and other drug programs and policies, and campus occurrences of violations (EDGAR Part 86.100). The review is completed in even-numbered years by a Biennial Review Working Group under the leadership of the Dean of Student Services and the Director of Human Resources.
2012-13 Biennial Review 2014-15 Biennial Review
Digital Millennium Copyright Act
In compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Three Rivers College has appointed Teresa Johnson, Director of Communications, as the College's agent to receive notification of claimed infringement from a copyright owner.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE) serves as a clearinghouse for post-secondary student complaints. The MDHE Policy on Complaint Resolution contains information about the complaint process and includes instructions for how to file a formal complaint. Note that the policy provides that a student who wishes to file a complaint with the department must first exhaust all formal and informal avenues provided by the institution to resolve disputes.
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