The University of Cincinnati is required by federal legislation to publish and disseminate certain information annually. This year for the first time, we are providing this information to you electronically rather than in paper form. UC's Right to Know presents facts about the Drug-Free Campus, safety and security information, retention and graduation rates and information about the privacy of student educational records. In addition, we provide information and resources on a variety of topics of interest to all members of our university community. You can find this information at www.uc.edu/righttoknow .
The University of Cincinnati is committed to building community among its students, faculty and staff. It is important that we understand the values and beliefs we all share as these define us as one community. We are working to make this campus a community in which all members treat others as they would like to be treated. We challenge each of you to assist us in creating a just and fair campus and not one that is separated by language, gender, culture, class, or race.
As Vice President for Student Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer, I remain committed to working in partnership with each and every one of you.
Mitchel D. Livingston
Vice President for Student Affairs
and Chief Diversity Officer