Institutional Transparency

Administrative rules adopted by Redlands Community College

Proposed administrative rules

What statutes affect Redlands Community College or benefit the community served by the college?

Statutes that relate to Redlands, include but are not limited to:

Creation of Redlands Community College
Oklahoma Statute Title 70, section 70-4423

Redlands Community College Name Change

Redlands Community College Policies & Procedures

Open Meetings Act 
Oklahoma Statute Title 25, sections 301-314

Open Records Acts 
Oklahoma Statute Title 51, Section 24

Higher Education Act of 1965

Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008

Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act

Clery Act & Violence Against Women Act

What personal information does Redlands Community College collect?

Redlands Community College collects personally identifiable information pertaining to students, employees and vendors. This information includes but is not limited to demographic, academic, disciplinary, financial, medical, demographics for parent/legal guardian, and financial information for parent/legal guardian.

How does Redlands Community College store personal information?

Personally identifiable information is stored electronically on secured computer systems/servers or is stored in secured locked areas when not in use.

With whom does Redlands Community College share the personally identifiable information?

Personally identifiable information (PII) is used in accordance with all applicable local, state, regional, or Federal laws and regulations.  Any listed or unlisted PII is given to agencies as required by law or regulation; otherwise, PII is not given out without written permission of the student and/or employee identified by the PII.  The only exception to the written permission rule for PII is the release of directory information.

Directory information as defined by Redlands Community College includes the student’s name, major, classification, current mailing address, telephone number, Redlands email address, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, enrollment status (full-time/part-time), degrees and awards received, photograph and the name of the institution attended immediately prior to admission to the College.  Students wishing to withhold directory information at any point during their time enrolled at Redlands must notify the Registrar’s Office. The Registrar’s Office must be notified in writing, via an in-person visit, fax or email from the student’s own Redlands email account. The Registrar’s Office is located in the Ray Porter Building on the Redlands Community College campus at 1300 S. Country Club Rd., El Reno, OK 73036. The fax number for the Registrar’s Office is 405.422.1242 and the email address is In the written notice, the student must give his/her name, address, telephone, student ID number, and a statement requesting a block on his/her directory information. The block will remain in effect until revoked by the student. If the student would like to allow others to access his/her information, the student must provide the same information listed above as well as the name of the person(s) who may have access and what information can be made available.