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Confirmation of Documents Received

Confirmation of Documents Received

 Consumer Disclosure

This document includes a list of items that Great Oaks is required to disclose to prospective students prior to enrollment. The disclosure states that all information is available in the student handbook and provides instructions for accessing the handbook on-line. It also states that the student handbook is available in paper form by request.

Illegal Drugs

This document explains how a conviction for possession or sale of illegal drugs can affect my financial aid, as per 34 CFR 668.40

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All of the above information and more is found in our student handbook which is made available to all prospective and current students.

Student handbooks are also available in hard copy upon request. To obtain a copy please contact the Financial Aid Office at 513.612.5896. Also, an Adult Education Student Handbook is kept in each classroom for current students to review.

**If you are need additional assistance in obtaining information please contact:

Adult Director: 513.612.5793

Career Planning Specialist: 513.612.5790

Program Supervisor: Scarlet Campus 513.612.5897, Diamond Campus 513.612.7019, Live/Laurel Campus 513.612.4916

 

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