Higher Education Opportunity Act
The Higher Education Opportunity Act, or HEOA, requires colleges and universities to disclose certain information.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Biennial Review of Alcohol and Other Drug Policies and Programs
Emergency Preparedness Plan
The Clery Act
In addition to the HEOA, the Clery Act requires information to be disclosed referencing campus security, fire annual report, hate crimes, the missing student notification procedure, drug and alcohol abuse prevention, and annual reported crime. The entire security report as required by the Clery Act can be found here:
EADA Report and Summary
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
Any coeducational institution of higher education that participates in a Federal Student Aid program and has an intercollegiate athletic program must prepare an annual Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) report. The report contains participation rates, financial support, and other information on men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs. The University of Jamestown will provide a paper copy of this report upon request. For a paper copy, please contact the University of Jamestown Office of Financial Aid.
Graduate Placement Data
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Process for Filing a Complaint with NC-SARA
Student complaints not resolved through the University’s procedures as described in the student handbook may be filed with the National Council for State Authorization and Reciprocity Agreements.
These complaints can be mailed or emailed to:
Dr. Richard Rothaus
Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs
North Dakota University System
600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 215
Bismark, ND 58505-0230
University of Jamestown (UJ) is committed to respecting the privacy of all those who visit uj.edu to the extent permitted by law and UJ policy. This online privacy statement is intended to inform you what information is collected by this website and how the information is used.
Please note that UJ websites not administered by the UJ Marketing Department may adopt different privacy practices as their specific needs require.
UJ monitors network traffic to identify and prevent unauthorized access data.
UJ collects and analyzes aggregate data about visitor traffic to determine trends and improve the website. The data collected may include, but is not limited to:
• Domain and country
• Internet protocol (IP) address
• Internet browser
• Operating system
• Entrance and exit pages, and referrals
• Date and time
• Search terms and search engines
• Cookies used to preserve data
This is a standard practice for websites, and it is used to evaluate how to design the website to best serve customer needs. In some cases, a third party may have been authorized to collect some of this same information and provide reporting for marketing purposes. This data is kept indefinitely.
UJ has implemented physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and help prevent unauthorized access, ultimately to assist in maintaining data security and ensure appropriate use of the information we collect online.
UJ does not collect personal information such as name or address unless you voluntarily provide it by sending email, participating in a survey or completing an online form. UJ does not sell personal information or release any personally identifiable information, unless required by law.
UJ partners with a third party for aid in web hosting and management. They are authorized to access information only as it pertains to necessary technical support.
UJ uses Google Analytics, a website traffic tracking and reporting service, and Google Custom Search, a tool designed to assist with searching for and finding information on the website. These services help UJ better understand and improve the website’s performance and user experience. UJ adheres to Google’s usage guidelines for this service, which prohibits the collection or association of personal information with Web analytics or site searches. How Google uses data when you visit our website / opt out.
If you have questions about your data, how it is used, how to access it, remove it, transfer it, or to prevent direct marketing, automated decision-making and profiling, please contact the UJ Data Protection Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org. This information will be provided free of charge.
The University of Jamestown continually strives to have updated information. This information from a variety of departments and each department has a unique time schedule in terms of collecting information. If information is found to be outdated or incorrect, please fill out this form and the issue will be addressed: