Students' Right To Know

Clery Act Compliance Information

San Juan College complies with all Federal laws and the U.S. Department of Education about crimes on and around it's campuses. Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (20 USC § 1092(f))

Graduation Information

The information below reflects the graduation, completion, transfer-out status, and retention of students.  Only students who enrolled for the first-time in any college and were both full-time and seeking a degree or certificate during a particular fall term were included in the statistics.

Fall 2010 Student Cohort

During the fall semester of 2010, 770 first-time, full-time, certificate or degree-seeking Undergraduate students enrolled at San Juan College.

Graduation Rate

After 150% of the normal time to complete, 13% of the students had completed and graduated from their programs.

Transfer Rate

An additional 12% of the students transferred to other higher educational institutions within the same time period.

Retention Rate

During the fall semester of 2012, 779 first-time, full-time, certificate or degree-seeking Undergraduate students enrolled at San Juan College.  After one year, 55% of the students were either still enrolled or had completed their degree or certificate.


San Juan College Department of Public Safety

It is the mission of the San Juan College Department of Public Safety (DPS) to ensure a safe and secure campus environment for students, staff and visitors to the College. San Juan College does not tolerate violent, abusive, or criminal behavior on campus, and has established pro-active policies and procedures to ensure such behavior does not occur.  The College encourages the reporting of theft, vandalism, violence and any other criminal activity to DPS, which is charged with actively preventing and aggressively investigating illegal activity on campus.

Reflecting the high quality of students and campus visitors, San Juan College maintains a very low campus crime* rate. During the 2009-2010 school year there were two burglaries committed on campus, one unlawful entry-no force, one drug law violation arrest, and two arrests for liquor law violations. There were no aggravated assaults, robberies, motor vehicle thefts, arson, hate crimes, off-campus burglaries, criminal homicides, sex offenses, or illegal weapons possessions.

Campus Security Officers provide protection to College facilities, personnel and visitors; they are not sworn police officers. However, DPS Officers are in constant communication with the Farmington Police Department and the police are immediately available to respond to requests for assistance. The College and the Security Department maintain close ties with local and state law enforcement agencies, and have procedures in place for sharing information on criminal activity on campus.

For detailed policies and procedures regarding student’s rights and responsibilities; policies and information regarding alcohol and drugs on campus or within the city of Farmington as well as resources for students with substance abuse problems, please refer the Student Handbook. DPS and Crime Awareness Policy and information regarding sexual assault or harassment are also found in the Student Handbook.

* Crimes as defined by federal reporting guidelines.