Academic Affairs

Disclosures

Hendrix College Higher Education Opportunity Act Disclosures

Hendrix College Higher Education Opportunity Act Disclosures

The Higher Education Act and other applicable laws and accreditation standards require Hendrix College to disclose certain information to students, employees, parents, and the community. The following list summarizes the information available and links to online sources for the full disclosures.

This information is reviewed and updated annually.
Last update: August 2018

 

Academic Program & Policies               
Athletics Information
Campus Security
Career Services
Complaints
Copyright Infringement
Faculty Information
Financial Aid
Financial Policies
Health and Safety
Instructional & Residential Facilities
Non-Discrimination
Persons with Disabilities
Privacy of Student Records (FERPA)
Student Life
Student Outcomes
Voter Registration
 

 

Academic Program & Policies

 

Athletics Information

Hendrix College Student Athlete Handbook

Hendrix College Equity in Athletics Disclosure

The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act requires co-educational institutions of postsecondary education that participate in a Title IV federal student financial assistance program and have an intercollegiate athletic program to prepare an annual report to the Department of Education on athletic participation, staffing, and revenues and expenses, by men's and women's teams.

Hendrix Sports Medicine

Includes information regarding:

  • Athletic Training Services
  • Emergency medical care
  • Emergency policies
  • Emergency action plans

Media Policies

 The following disclosures are provided directly to student athletes. If you have questions or concerns about any of these disclosures, please contact the Athletics Office.

  • Athletic Department Drug Testing Policy
  • Warrior Code of Conduct
  • NCAA Drug-Testing Consent Form
  • NCAA Student-Athlete Affirmation of Eligibility
  • NCAA General Amateurism and Eligibility Form for International and Select Student-Athletes
  • NCAA Student-Athlete Statement Form
  • NCAA HIPAA/Buckley Amendment Consent/Waiver Form

Additional information concerning intercollegiate athletics at Hendrix can be found on the Hendrix College Athletics web page.

Campus Security

(see Health and Safety below)

Career Services

The mission of the Office of Career Services is to support students and alumni through the exploration of professional and educational opportunities for a lifetime of intellectual, social and personal development. To achieve this mission, workshops, events, resources and individual appointments are provided to assist students in defining their career aspirations through self-assessment, evaluation, exploration and internships, preparing them to apply successfully to graduate or professional schools and for employment. These services are available to all students and alumni.

Complaints

Hendrix College holds itself to the highest standards of integrity and fairness and takes complaints seriously. The college works to resolve complaints in manner consistent with its mission and values and that provides avenues of redress and appeal for students and other constituents with grievances. The the link above summarizes the resources and processes available to address specific types of grievances. Complaints not otherwise covered by the resources on the web page may be addressed via email to complaints@hendrix.edu.

Misrepresentation

Hendrix College will not purposefully provide false, erroneous, or misleading information about the College to students, prospective students, their families, accrediting agencies, state agencies, or the U.S. Department of Education. Student endorsements or testimonials are given voluntarily and under no duress. Questions or concerns regarding the accuracy of the information presented on this page may be directed to the Hendrix College Office of Institutional Research.

Copyright Infringement

Reporting Allegations of Copyright Infringment:

In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Hendrix College has designated an agent to whom you may send notice of alleged copyright infringement. If you believe your copyrighted work is being infringed in the hendrix.edu domain, please notify the designated agent via email or regular mail:

Sam Nichols
Hendrix College
Vice President of Enrollment/CIO
1600 Washington Avenue
Conway, AR 72032-3080

501-329-6811
1-800-277-9017

Email: Nichols@hendrix.edu

Faculty Information

Financial Aid Information & Financial Policies

Financial Aid

Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information

Below is a list of links to financial-aid related information disclosed online to all students and the general public. Any student may also request the information list below in its entirety from the Hendrix Office of Financial Aid.

Hendrix College Office of Financial Aid
1600 Washington Avenue
Conway, AR 72032-3080
800.277.9017 or 501.450.1368  Fax: 501.450.3871
E-mail: student_aid@hendrix.edu
Office hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (CST)

The Office of Financial Aid adheres to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals.

Financial Policies

Health and Safety

Campus Security

Hendrix policies and procedures concerning campus law enforcement, the security and access to campus facilities, and reporting crimes or other emergencies are found in the student handbook available online here.

 

Instructional & Residential Facilities

 

Persons with Disabilities

Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities

 

Non-Discrimination

 

Privacy of Student Records -- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

 

Student Life

Hendrix students participate in many co-curricular activities and experiences that complement academic learning and provide opportunities for students to enrich their leadership abilities. Activities include cultural events, such as concerts, lectures, plays, and exhibits; social events, such as dances, movies, and coffeehouses; intramural sports; student government; student media; clubs and organizations; and outdoor recreation. In addition to on-campus events, the nearby city of Little Rock, thirty minutes from the College, offers students numerous social and cultural activities.

 

Student Outcomes

The Hendrix College Office of Institutional Research tracks student outcomes and publishes student outcome data on its Student Outcomes web page.

Available information includes:

  • Retention Rates
  • Graduation Rates
  • Transfer-out Rates
  • Job Placement Rates
  • Graduate/Profession Education Placement of Graduates
  • Alumni Satisfaction Data

Hendrix student outcomes data are also available from The College Navigator, provided by the US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.

 

Voter Registration

Hendrix is an official voting precinct in Faulkner County, allowing students who live on the Hendrix campus to register to vote and cast official ballots on campus. Many students choose to retain voter registration in their home communities, however, and vote with an absentee ballot.