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Facts and Policies of Otero College

Otero College Student Data


ENROLLMENT 2020 - 2021


INSTRUCTION Instructional delivery methods information and credit hours taught by employment classification

COURSE PASS RATES overall and by student demographics





Data still to be published includes:

Additional retention data

Archived Student Data

Report a Safety Concern or Incident

SP4-30a  Student Behavioral Expectations & Responsibilities Policy & Procedure

Common Student Code of Conduct
Student Disciplinary Action

Student Right-to-Know & Policies

Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act

The Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, (Title I of Public law 101-542) is a federal law that requires institutions of higher education receiving federal assistance to make available several key points of information. For more information on Student Right to Know select the links below:

Otero Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan

Equity in Athletics Report

SP-31 - Student Grievance Procedure (also see Discrimination, Harassment & Sexual Misconduct section)

SP 19-60 Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct Resolution Process

For Title IX Training Materials, see CCCS System Procedure 19-60, Training and Compliance Requirements (Appendix B). Title IX Training Materials for coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, facilitation of informal resolutions, and live hearings can be found here.

Notice About the Use of Photographs, Video, and Recorded Media on Campus

Notice About Smoking, Vaping and the Use Tobacco on Campus

Privacy Policy

Academic Policies

Students are allowed some flexibility in planning the courses to be taken at Otero College.  A student’s vocational and academic educational objectives require careful planning. Students who change majors may take longer to graduate or may transfer with a loss of credit.

Students successfully completing either a prescribed Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree program at Otero College will be able to transfer to a Colorado four-year college or university as a junior. The college maintains transfer agreements with Colorado colleges and universities to facilitate the transferability of its academic programs.

Gainful Employment Disclosure Information

Individual Sections:

The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation". The information provided here is the best available to us but represents one year's data only, however, we hope that this information is helpful to our current students and to prospective students as they make their career and educational choices.

For specific information about gainful employment in the Career and Tech program you are interested in be sure to visit these pages:

If you have any questions regarding the data provided and what it means to you as a student, please feel free to contact Student Services.

View information on Gainful Employment requirements.

Otero recognizes the value of work arrangements for employees that differ from the standard work schedule and work locations on campus for work-life balance and overall productivity.  It is the intent that these arrangements will provide employees with increased flexibility with their work schedule, while allowing Otero to maintain progressive and productive work environments.

Otero College Alternative Work Arrangement Policy & Guidelines