Bridgerland Technical College
Bridgerland Technical College is committed to an environment where open and honest communications are the expectation. Students, faculty, staff, and friends should feel comfortable approaching college administration in instances where it is believed violations of policies or standards have occurred, or to provide positive suggestions and stories.
In situations where a placement of an anonymous report in confidence is preferred, please use this hotline, hosted by EthicsPoint.
EthicsPoint, a third-party hotline provider, is available for those who wish to place an anonymous report in confidence. They offer an effective reporting system that works with the college to address reports of fraud, abuse, and other misconduct.
Consumer Information Disclosures
Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information
Regulatory Citations: HEA Section 485; HEOA (Public Law 110-315); 20 USC 1092; 34 CFR 668.41-49; Family Education Rights to Privacy Act of 1974
The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), and as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosures and reporting requirements. These requirements are intended to assist enrolled and prospective students, their families, and current and prospective employees in accessing information about postsecondary education. At the direction of the US Department of Education, an institution must make available through appropriate publications, mailings or electronic media, information about its academic programs, retention and graduation rates, financial aid, campus security, drug and alcohol abuse prevention, and other defined declarations. Bridgerland Technical College (BTECH or college) has dedicated the following space to provide the required Consumer Information disclosures and reports.
The college will annually provide a notice directly to all enrolled students describing the availability of the required consumer information and will provide a paper copy of this information upon request.
Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information
Wendy Carter, Executive Vice President & Provost, at (435) 750-3222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean Dunn, Chief Compliance Officer, at (435) 750-3204 or email@example.com
Student Financial Aid Information
Various types of financial aid are available to assist students in paying for costs associated with their enrollment at Bridgerland Technical College. Students receiving financial aid may be required to adhere to standards of satisfactory academic progress and attendance which are outlined according to funding source and at the time of awarding.
The college offers the Federal Pell Grant which is awarded to students who display financial need and who have not earned a bachelor’s, graduate, or professional degree. The Pell Grant is available to assist students in covering the costs associated with education and is awarded to all eligible students enrolled in approved certificate programs. Application for the Pell Grant is available using various methods including the online application located at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Complete information regarding the Pell Grant --the application and how to apply, deadlines, eligibility requirements, disbursement methods, and criteria for continued eligibility-- may be found here: https://www.btech.edu/students/financial-aid/pell-grant.
The Veterans Administration offers educational support for Veterans and other eligible persons attending the college. Information regarding benefits, approved programs, and maintaining eligibility for benefits may be found online at https://www.btech.edu/students/financial-aid/va-benefits. Veterans and other eligible persons may contact the Veterans Administration directly with any questions about their individual eligibility or payments, and to apply for benefits. The Veterans Administration may be reached by calling 1 (888) GIBILL1 or online at http://benefits.va.gov/gibill/.
A general scholarship application for graduating high school seniors and adult students is used to align applicants with donor scholarship funds. Monies may be available for tuition, fees, books, or personal expenses. The application form, procedures, eligibility requirements, deadlines to apply, varying qualifications, and criteria for selection and award amounts are posted online at https://www.btech.edu/scholarships. Terms for maintaining eligibility and how disbursements are made may vary according to each fund source and will be explained upon awarding.
Other sources of federal, state, and community aid may be available, as well as tips for managing money, and the college’s statement regarding loan participation. Check out the General Info section at https://btech.edu/students/financial-aid/. Paper copies of this information may be available upon request.
Contact the college’s Financial Aid Office for more information about the Pell Grant, benefits for veterans, scholarships, and other sources of aid.
Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provide comprehensive civil rights and protections for persons with disabilities. The college follows these laws by providing students with physical or mental disabilities the same opportunity to engage in educational experiences as nondisabled students. Available facilities and services information is found in the Americans with Disabilities Act page of the college Student Guide found here: https://btech.edu/students/
Price of Attendance
The college makes available to prospective and enrolled students information about the price of attendance, or in other words the costs associated with enrollment. Costs include tuition and fees, books, tools, supplies, and any additional charges for a course or program in which a student is enrolled or expresses an interest. Current program (certificate-seeking) educational tuition rates, fees, costs, and refunds are outlined on the Tuition, Fees, Costs & Refunds webpage located here: btech.edu/students/tuition.
Refund Policy, Requirements for Withdrawal, and Return of Title IV Financial Aid
It is the policy of Bridgerland Technical College to treat all students in a fair and equitable manner in assessing tuition, fees, and other charges, and in returning (repayment) unearned tuition, fees, and other charges to students in a timely manner.
Tuition, fees, and other charges are generated at the time of registration for course(s) and are the responsibility of the student. Because students may register for new courses at any time, Title IV Aid, if applicable, is disbursed directly to the student rather than being credited to the student accounts receivable account. The student is responsible to pay the college for total actual charges, net of scholarships and other credits through whatever means or sources of income available to the student, including but not limited to personal resources, Title IV aid, or other sources.
Students who are considering “withdrawal” from their program and Title IV eligible courses should first consult with Student Services and the Financial Aid Office to learn the financial consequences associated with “withdrawal.” Official notice of withdrawal must be communicated by the student to the registrar.
Title IV funds are earned based on the amount of time the student was scheduled to be in attendance. A determination of the earned and unearned portions of Title IV aid as of the date the student ceased attendance will be calculated by the Financial Aid Office at the time of official withdrawal.
Upon official withdrawal by the student, any amount owed by the college to the student will be refunded (repayment) to the student in accordance with the college’s charges and refund policy. Any additional amounts owed to the college by the student will be due and payable immediately.
More information regarding charges and refunds is available on the Tuition, Fees, Costs & Refunds page of the Student Guide: https://btech.edu/students/tuition/
Students receiving Federal Student Aid (Title IV/Pell Grant) may be subject to rules outlined in Policy 700.732 Withdrawal and the Return of Title IV Funds.
Academic Program (Educational Program, Instructional Facilities, and Faculty)
The college provides pertinent information about each academic program at https://btech.edu/programs. These pages include tuition and fees, books and supplies, certificate duration, description, courses, special requirements, outcome data, and employment outlook. Contact information for faculty, staff, and other regularly scheduled instructional personnel are listed in the staff directory at https://btech.edu/directory. BTECH is within the accreditation outcome standards; no improvement plans are necessary.
Student Transfers, Articulation & Other Agreements
Students may transfer from program to program at the college, or from another institution to BTECH and receive recognition in their new program for comparable prior learning. Students may petition for a transfer by providing transcripts or by demonstrating competency, and having an appropriate evaluation completed. The college participates in articulation and other agreements which allows students to have training completed at the college be accepted by another institution. See the Student Guide page - Student Transfers, Articulation & Other Agreements for specific information.
Copyright Infringement Policies & Sanctions
Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code). These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work. In the file-sharing context, downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement.
Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, is considered copyright infringement, and may subject offenders to civil and criminal liabilities and penalties. In general, anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or “statutory” damages affixed at not less than $750 and not more than $30,000 per work infringed. For “willful” infringement, a court may award up to $150,000 per work infringed. A court can, in its discretion, also assess costs and attorneys’ fees. For details, see Title 17, United States Code, Sections 504, 505. Willful copyright infringement can also result in criminal penalties, including imprisonment of up to five years and fines of up to $250,000 per offense. For more information, please see the website of the U.S. Copyright Office at https://copyright.gov, especially their FAQ’s at www.copyright.gov/help/faq.
Copyright is further defined in the Copyright page of the Student Guide (https://btech.edu/students/copyright/) and from there links the consumer to associated college policies and sanctions related to copyright infringement.
Schools must, in consultation with its chief technology officer (at the college this is the chief information officer), periodically review legal alternatives for downloading or otherwise acquiring copyrighted material, make available the results of the review through a website or other means, and offer legal alternatives for downloading or otherwise acquiring copyrighted material as determined by the institution. To comply with this directive-- suggestions to locate legal alternatives for acquiring copyrighted resources are provided in the following links which should be reviewed and updated by the college annually:
School and Program Accreditation, Approval, or Licensure
Bridgerland Technical College is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, a national accreditation body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. A listing of additional associations, agencies, or governmental bodies that accredit, approve or license the college and its programs can be found at btech.edu/accreditations. For documented evidence, contact a Student Services representative.
Notice of Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
The FAFSA Simplification Act was enacted into law as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. Effective June 17, 2021, beginning with the 2021-2022 award year, this criterion is no longer tied to student eligibility for Federal Student Aid (FSA) program funds. The college will ignore any comments or messages requiring resolution, proceed to award, and disburse aid to students who are otherwise eligible.
Schools must notify every student upon enrollment information with penalties associated with drug-related offenses. The Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended (HEA) suspends aid eligibility for students who have been convicted under federal or state law of the sale or possession of drugs, if the offense occurred during a period of enrollment for which the student was receiving federal student aid (such as grants, loans or work-study).
When submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) a student is asked: Have you been convicted for the possession or sale of illegal drugs for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid (such as grants, loans or work-study)?
- Students will answer “No” if they have never received federal student aid (FSA) or have never had a drug offense that occurred while receiving federal student aid.
- Students will answer “Yes” if they have a drug conviction for an offense that occurred while receiving federal student aid. The student should complete and submit the application and Federal Student Aid, an Office of the Department of Education, will mail the student a worksheet that will help the student determine if the conviction affects eligibility for aid. This worksheet may also be available from the college's Financial Aid Office.
- Students who are unsure of how to answer the question should call 1-800-433-3243.
Students with a qualifying drug conviction will receive a “C” code and comment code on their Student Aid Report (SAR) and Institutional Student Aid Report (ISIR) that is sent to the school.
Penalties, the period of ineligibility for FSA funds, for such convictions is as follows:
A student who is convicted of both possessing and selling illegal drugs, and the periods of ineligibility are different, the student will be ineligible for the longer period. The college's Financial Aid Office will provide a student who becomes ineligible for FSA funds due to a drug conviction a clear and conspicuous written notice of the loss of eligibility and methods whereby he or she can become eligible again. This notice will be provided on a case-by-case basis. A student may regain eligibility the day after the period of ineligibility ends or when he or she successfully completes a qualified drug rehab program that includes passing two unannounced drug tests given by such a program. Further drug convictions will make the student ineligible again. Students denied eligibility for an indefinite period can regain eligibility after completing any of the following 3 options:
- Successfully completing a rehabilitation program (as described below, which includes passing two unannounced drug tests from such a program;
- Having the conviction reversed, set aside, or removed from the student’s record so that fewer than two convictions for sale or three convictions for possession remain on the record; or
- Successfully completing two unannounced drug tests that are part of a rehab program (the student does not need to complete the rest of the program).
In such cases, the nature and dates of the remaining convictions will determine when the student regains eligibility. It is the student’s responsibility to certify to the school that he or she has successfully completed the rehabilitation program. Once a student regains eligibility the school may award Pell Grant funds for the current Payment Period in which the student is enrolled. A qualified drug rehab program must include at least two unannounced drug tests and satisfy at least one of the following requirements:
- Be qualified to receive funds directly or indirectly from a federal, state, or local government program.
- Be qualified to receive payment directly or indirectly from a federally or state-licensed insurance company.
- Be administered or recognized by a federal, state, or local government agency or court.
- Be administered or recognized by a federally or state-licensed hospital, health clinic, or medical doctor.
It is the student’s responsibility to provide documentation to the college's Financial Aid Office that the student has regained eligibility by completing the above requirements. It is also the student’s responsibility to provide documentation that confirms that the qualified drug rehabilitation program meets the standards outlined. BTECH will advise a student of these requirements when counseling a student who may need to enter such a program. Any question regarding student certifications for completing such programs, or the qualification of the drug rehabilitation program, must be resolved before eligibility for FSA funds will be reinstated.
|Possession of illegal drugs||Sale of illegal drugs|
|1st offense||1 year from date of conviction||2 years from date of conviction|
|2nd offense||2 years from date of conviction||Indefinite period|
|3 + offenses||Indefinite period||Indefinite period|
Vaccinations are only required for students enrolled in programs that require proof of vaccination prior to entrance into clinical settings. Specific vaccination requirements are provided online through programmatic web pages. Learn more by accessing the college’s Vaccinations/Immunizations page of the Student Guide.
Consumer Information on College Navigator Website
Bridgerland Technical College is required to report information to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) for posting on the College Navigator website. This process is done through yearly surveys reported to Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). In turn, the US Department of Education is required to post 26 items on the College Navigator website for the school. Information pertaining to the college may be found at this website http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/ by inputting Bridgerland Technical College in the Name of School search bar.
Student Body Diversity
Every year the Fall Enrollment Survey in the IPEDS Spring Data Collection information is reported to IPEDS and made available to current and prospective students by mid-October via the College Navigator. The enrollment data reported in this survey is used to compile the Student Body Diversity statistics of degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students. Click for data for Student Body Diversity.
Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is intended to provide estimated net price information (defined as estimated cost of attendance — including tuition and required fees, books and supplies, and other related expenses — minus estimated grant and scholarship aid) to current and prospective students and their families based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
The estimate provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance, or a final net price; it is an estimate based on the cost of attendance and financial aid provided to students in a previous year. Cost of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. The estimates shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, the institution of higher education, or the State.
Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and receive, an actual financial aid offer that includes federal grant, loan, or work-study assistance. For more information on applying for federal student aid, go to https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa
Textbook Information, Information for Students, Information for College Bookstores
Textbook and supply requirements are available by program at my.btech.edu/ICS/Learn_More/. Navigate to Books and Supplies – by Certificate, select the certificate, enter the year, and generate the report. Required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials for each course are listed, including, title, author, ISBN (International Standard Book Number), publisher, and price.
Disbursement for Books and Supplies
Students may receive the Federal Pell Grant for enrollment in eligible certificate programs at Bridgerland Technical College. The Pell Grant is disbursed in multiple installments throughout the year to eligible students. Each student will have an individual Pell payment schedule based on their enrollment and eligibility. Students may use Pell funds for the purpose of covering expenses related to education. Related expenses may include: tuition and fees; required books, tools, supplies; housing; personal expenses; transportation; childcare.
Pell Grant recipients are given the option to “pay as you go” or, arrange a payment plan. The payment plan allows students to charge to the student's accounts receivable subsidiary account, and defer payment for tuition and fees at registration and other educationally related charges at the BTECH Bookstore, in which the student has voluntarily authorized charges and payments to be processed by the college.
Pell Grant installments are disbursed directly to the student in the form of a paper check. The college works with Pell Grant recipients in meeting their payment plan obligations by allowing students to pay account balances by the due date following receipt of Pell funds. BTECH reserves the right to use Pell funds to pay for outstanding tuition and fee charges prior to releasing funds to students; and to pay for other educationally related charges in which the student has voluntarily authorized charges and payments to be processed by the college. Once all eligible Pell funds for the academic year have been released to the student, the authorization to allow charges for other educationally related charges will be terminated.
The Federal Student Aid/Pell Grant Authorization for Other Educationally Related Charges form is available at the Financial Aid Office during the student's Financial Aid Offer Meeting. The authorization may be modified or cancelled at any time thereafter.
Voter Registration Forms
The college is committed to encouraging students to vote and assisting them with the opportunity to vote. Download a State of Utah Voter Registration Form here http://elections.utah.gov/Media/Default/Forms/Utah%20Voter%20Registration%20Form.pdf.
An educational program celebrating Constitution Day will be held on September 17 of each year, commemorating the September 17, 1787, signing of the Constitution. When September 17 falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, Constitution Day activities will be held during the preceding or following week.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
BTECH provides a safe and productive work and educational environment that is free from the effects of unlawful possession, use, or distribution of drugs and alcohol by students, visitors, and employees on the school’s premises, or as part of the school’s activities. Violations will result in disciplinary action, which may include dismissal from the college and sanctions under local, state, and federal law.
The college maintains an effective Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program that outlines conduct standards and describes health risks, disciplinary sanctions, and available treatments associated with violations. Access the college’s complete Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program. Accede el Informe Anual de Seguridad y Estadísticas de Delitos del Campus. School policies supporting this program may be found here. See Policy 300.313 Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace; Drug and Alcohol Testing and Policy 600.640 Student/Visitor Drug- and Alcohol-Free Education Environment for more information.
As a requirement of law, the college conducts a biennial review of the school’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program.
Completion/Graduation and Transfer-out Rates, (Including Disaggregated Completion/Graduation Rates), (Student Right-to-Know Act)
Every year the Fall Enrollment Survey in the IPEDS Spring Data Collection is reported to IPEDS and made available to current and prospective students by mid-October via the College Navigator. In this survey, the graduation rate of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students is calculated. Click for data for Graduation Rate. Note: Bridgerland Technical College does not participate in any student loan program.
Placement in Employment
- choose the program of interest
Job Placement Rates
- choose the program of interest
Every year the Fall Enrollment Survey in the IPEDS Spring Data Collection is reported to IPEDS and made available to current and prospective students by mid-October via the College Navigator. In this survey, the retention rate of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students is calculated. Click here for the college's Retention Rate data.
Annual Security Report and Campus Crime Statistics (including safety policies, procedures, response, and prevention)
The Clery Act requires colleges to develop and implement specific campus safety and crime prevention policies and procedures and to disseminate a public security report every year by October 1. The report provides information about crime reporting, emergency response and evacuation, campus security and access, law enforcement authority, alcohol and drug use, and the college’s prevention of and response to dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The report also includes statistics of defined crimes that occur on the schools Clery Geography.
This publication is intended to communicate mandatory statistics and safety information and to assist prospective students in the decision-making process of selecting a college. The college is committed to creating a safe campus community for all employees, students, and guests. This report highlights Bridgerland Technical College as a safe place to learn.
Access the college's Annual Security Report and Campus Crime Statistics here.
Accede a los colegios Informe Anual de Seguridad y Estadísticas de Delitos en el Campus.
Institutional disciplinary action in cases of alleged dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking, Information for Crime Victims about Disciplinary Proceedings
As required in 34 CFR 668.46 (b)(11)(vi), the college must provide a clear statement of policy that addresses procedures for institutional disciplinary action in cases of alleged dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. This statement is included in the Annual Security Report described in the above disclosure.
BTECH will follow procedures outlined in Policy 500.533 Title IX and Protection from Sex Discrimination to follow through on any reports of sexual harassment (including dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking) affecting persons participating in the college’s programs or activities. More information and a link to this policy may be found here.
Inquiries about the application of Title IX and its regulations may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, to the Department of Education, Office for Civil rights, or both.
Renee Milne, Title IX Coordinator
Associate Vice President for Student Services
Bridgerland Technical College
1301 North 600 West
Logan Campus - Main building
Privacy of Student Records - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the rights of students to privacy of their educational records. It also allows students to review and amend their educational records. Students may request access to review and request amendment of education records by following procedures outlined in college policy. Students may consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information; however, education records may be disclosed to school officials with an educational interest without prior written consent. Criteria for determining school officials and what constitutes a legitimate educational interest can be found in college policy. Students also have the right to file complaints with the U.S. Department of Education as indicated in policy.
The school has designated certain general information as directory information which may be released without prior consent. Students have the right to refuse to allow any or all such information to be disclosed. Students must notify the school of such refusal by following outlined procedures. See college policy for more information.
FERPA protections and rights and the college’s policy surrounding them, and designations regarding control of directory information, are outlined in Policy 600.650 Student Records – Privacy and Access. Find more information and a link to the complete college policy here: https://btech.edu/students/confidentiality-of-records-ferpa/
Principles of Excellence for Educational Institutions Serving Service Members, Veterans, Spouses, and Other Family Members
On April 27, 2012, the White House issued Executive Order 13607, which created the Principles of Excellence for Educational Institutions Serving Service Members, Veterans, Spouses, and Other Family Members. These principles apply to all post-secondary schools that receive funding from federal military and veterans educational benefits programs. They strengthen consumer protections for students who receive these benefits and provide access to information to help them make informed choices about their college education.
The best and most valuable information for veterans and other eligible persons is available in consumer friendly, easy to understand documents and format on the college's VA Education Benefits web page https://btech.edu/students/financial-aid/va-benefits/. The VA Certifying Official in the college's Financial Aid Office serves as the point-of-contact for service members, veterans, and family members seeking information about available academic and financial advising, student support services, and to answer any questions about using education benefits at the college.
BTECH commits to providing the opportunities to pursue a high-quality education and gain the skills and training needed to fill the jobs of tomorrow. The college commits to making these principles available to all students. The following information is provided to fulfill key requirements of this order:
(1) A standardized cost form: The Shopping Sheet, also known as the College Financing Plan/Shopping Sheet, is an easy to use consumer tool provided to make students aware of their financial cost to attend school. This form is available on both the college's Pell Grant and VA Education Benefits information web pages.
(2) Federal aid information: See the Consumer Information item on this page entitled Student Financial Aid Information.
(3) Aggressive and fraudulent recruiting; Misrepresentation; Incentive compensation: The college does not use aggressive and fraudulent recruiting practices, or misrepresentation techniques, and does not provide incentive payment or compensation plans related to recruitment of students or financial aid awards.
(4) State authorization: Utah Code §53B-2a-101-114 comprises legislation specific to the governance and operation of the college.
(5) Accreditation: See the Consumer Information item on this page entitled School and Program Accreditation, Approval, or Licensure
(6) Readmission: Provisions are provided in the Veteran or Eligible Student Enrollment Addendum found here https://btech.edu/students/financial-aid/va-benefits/
(7) Refunds: See the Consumer Information item on this page entitled Refund Policy, Requirements for Withdrawal and Return to Title IV Financial Aid
(8) Individual education plans: The college provides meaningful information about the quality of the education offered including requirements necessary to graduate, the expected timeline of completion, and expected outcomes. Information about each program is found here: https://btech.edu/programs/.
Safeguarding Customer Information
The information security program includes:
- A designated employee to coordinate the information security program.
- Risk assessments that help to identify potential risk factors that could result in the unauthorized disclosure, misuse, alteration, destruction, or other compromise of such information. These assessments include consideration of risks in the following areas:
- Employee training and management
- Information systems, including network and software design, as well as information processing, storage, transmission, and disposal
- Detecting, preventing, and responding to attacks, intrusions, or other systems failures
- Testing and monitoring to control the risks identified through risk assessments.
- Evaluations and adjustments to the information security program when testing and monitoring spotlight needed improvements.
- Oversight of service providers to ensure these providers are maintaining appropriate safeguards.
See Policy 500.575 Information Systems (IS) Data Security Plan for more information.
The highest level of integrity is used in all advertising, marketing, and promotional materials. This ensures the college does not misrepresent the nature of its educational programs, financial charges, and employability of its graduates. Policy 500.511 Advertising establishes procedures for advertising, marketing, and promotional materials. The occupational advisory committee reviews each educational program annually ensuring information is accurate.
- Completion/Graduation and Transfer-out Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid, (Including Disaggregated Completion/Graduation Rates), (Student Right-to-Know-Act)
- Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act)
- Security Report - Missing Person Notification Policy
- Fire Safety Report
- Fire Log
- State Grant Assistance
- Student Loan Information Published by the U.S. Department of Education
- National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
- Entrance Counseling for Student Loan Borrowers
- Exit Counseling for Student Loan Borrowers
- Private Education Loan Disclosures (Including Self-Certification Form)
- Self-Certification Form
- Code of Conduct for Education Loans
- Preferred Lender Lists
- Preferred Lender Arrangements
- Private Education Loans
- Annual Report on Preferred Lender Arrangements
These disclosures are also not applicable to the college, for the reasons indicated:
- Required Written Arrangements Disclosures
- All certificate requirements are provided in their entirety through courses provided by Bridgerland Technical College; therefore, no required written arrangements are necessary.
- Types of Graduate and Professional Education in Which the School's Graduates Enroll
- The college does not offer 4-year degree programs. Consequently, there is no information to report regarding graduate and professional education.
- Accountability for Programs that Prepare Teachers
- Furthermore, the college does not offer any programs that prepare teachers for initial state certification or licensure. As a result, there is no information to report regarding performance, passing rates, or programs for teachers.
A Little About Bridgerland Technical College
The mission of the Bridgerland Technical College is to deliver competency-based, employer-guided career and technical education to both secondary and post-secondary students through traditional and technology-enhanced methodologies. This hands-on technical education provides occupational education, skills training, and workforce development to support the educational and economic development of the Bear River Region.
Get In Touch
Careers at BTECH
View Our Site
1301 North 600 West
Logan, UT 84321
Brigham City Campus
325 West 1100 South
Brigham City, UT 84302