Disclosures & Policies

The contents of this website are subject to change without prior notice. Anyone desiring further information and data should contact the appropriate representative of Calhoun Community College (click here to go to Calhoun’s phone and e-mail directory).  Material on this website does not serve as a contract between Calhoun Community College and any other party.  Information on the Calhoun Community College website is provided by many different people. While we try to keep it accurate and up-to-date, we cannot guarantee that it always will be. If you see something on a Calhoun Community College website document that should be corrected or updated, send mail to the address on the document (or to webmaster@calhoun.edu). Be sure to give the full URL of the document in your letter. We’ll see if the information can be corrected.

Calhoun Community College is not responsible for the content of sites that are linked to our website.  Precautions are taken to assure suitable content and appropriate educational links are on Calhoun’s site.  Unless otherwise noted, the web information does not represent official statements or views of Calhoun Community College.

Calhoun Community College reserves the right to modify or change any rule or regulation stated herein. Calhoun Community College further reserves the right to modify or change any academic program subject to any limitation imposed by accrediting agencies or state law.

Calhoun Community College is an equal opportunity employer.


We prohibit commercial marketing of visitor information and the disclosure of personal information without the prior consent of the visitor.  We will not obtain personally-identifying information about you when you visit our site, unless you choose to provide such information to us, such as an email address. We use your email address to respond appropriately. This may be to respond to you, to address issues you identify, to further improve our website, or to forward the email to another area within the college for appropriate action.

Speech and Expression in Outdoor Areas

For purposes of this policy, the Campus Community includes a College’s students, administrators, faculty, and staff, as well as the invited guests of the College and the College’s recognized student organizations (including organizations seeking recognition), administrators, faculty, and staff.

Members of the Campus Community shall be permitted to engage in expressive activities in outdoor areas of College property with general access during regular hours of College operation. Expressive activities are defined as those activities protected under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 4 of the Alabama Constitution, including any lawful verbal, written, or electronic communication of ideas; lawful forms of peaceful assembly, protests, and speeches; distributing literature; carrying signs; and circulating petitions.

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The Calhoun Community College website is designed and maintained by the Calhoun Public Relations Office and technologically supported by Calhoun’s Information Technologies Department.

Calhoun Community College owns all photographs of students and participants taken at Calhoun events and reserves the right to use these photographs for college promotional materials, both digital and print. Students who do not wish to have their photographs used must have a “Do Not Use Photograph” form completed and on file in the Calhoun Public Relations Office.

All documents, data, and information is subjected to an approval process in the Public Relations Office at Calhoun Community College.