2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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considered ‘transfer-prepared.’ students who transferred to another post-secondary institution prior to attaining a degree certificate or becoming ‘transfer-prepared’ during a five semester period from spring 2013 to spring 2015 are transfer students this information can be accessed through the following website http srtk.cccco.edu/index.asp crimes committed on vcccd campuses during 2016-2017 type of crime mc oc vc homicide 0 0 0 mc oc vc rape 0 0 0 completion rate 37.74 24.17 30.29 robbery 0 0 1 transfer rate 11.78 4.0.3 6.09 aggravated assault 0 0 1 burglary 1 5 6 vehicle burglary 0 1 3 grand theft 1 2 0 petty theft 8 19 15 motor vehicle theft 0 1 0 arson 0 1 0 misdemeanor assault 0 0 0 alcohol violations 2 1 12 drug violations 13 2 33 vandalism 7 27 6 bomb threats 0 0 0 fraud/embezzlement 0 0 0 weapons violation 0 0 1 battery 0 0 1 sexual battery 0 0 0 indecent exposure 0 0 1 felony arrest 2 0 0 misdemeanor arrest 4 5 6 restraining order 0 0 0 hate crimes 0 0 0 stalking 0 0 0 mental illness detention 0 0 0 dui arrest 0 0 0 annoying phone calls 1 0 0 board of governors fee waiver bogw bogw is a form of financial aid that waives enrollment fees for eligible california students as defined by the california community colleges board of governors sex offender registrants 0 0 0 computer crime 0 0 0 traffic hit and run 35 3 5 minimum requirements for maximum success traffic accidents 39 7 9 whether the goal is to move into a career or move on to a four-year university california community colleges want to help students achieve their educational goals the board of governors bog fee waiver is available for eligible students at california community colleges and will waive the per-unit enrollment fee at any community college throughout the state criminal threats 3 0 0 alcohol law disciplinary referrals 0 0 0 warrant arrests 1 2 7 domestic violence added 2015 1 0 0 once a student qualifies for the bog fee waiver it’s important they meet the academic and progress standards in order to avoid losing the fee waiver total crimes on the campuses 3-year comparisons crime awareness statistics the security of all members of the campus community is of vital concern to moorpark college we ask anyone who witnesses or is a victim of a crime to immediately report it to campus police at 805 378-1455 also we ask everyone to support crime prevention by reporting possible unsafe conditions such as darkened areas or poor lighting where criminal activity can take place in compliance with the campus safety act the campus police services department compiles annual crime statistics and prepares an annual safety report this report is available online by going to http www.vcccd edu/departments/police and clicking on the link in the left-hand column or in hard copy format at the campus police station on each campus the ventura county community college district’s police office reported the crimes on the moorpark college campus in 2016 see chart to the right appendix ix financial aid programs purpose the purpose of the ventura county community college district financial aid office is to facilitate and foster successful academic participation of students who need help funding their education in accordance with the higher education act of 1965 as amended the colleges have established the following standards of progress while maintaining our responsibility as custodians of public funds vcccd’s objective is to establish a sap standard that is consistent with institutional goals and philosophies and at the same time sensitive to the needs of students these standards apply to all students receiving financial aid from the following programs • 298 2014 86 109 170 2015 84 78 152 2016 118 76 107 moorpark college appendices 2017-2018