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    NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY
    The Campus does not deny admission or discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, veteran's status, disability, or sexual orientation. The Campus does not make any pre-admission inquiries regarding an individual's disability. The Campus admits students of any race ,color, national and ethnic origin to all rights privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Campus. The Campus does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational polices, scholarship and loan programs and other Campus administered programs. In addition, the institution complies with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and all applicable state civil rights laws.

    CORPORATE STRUCTURE, BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND CAMPUS HISTORY

    Remington College is an Arkansas nonprofit corporation established by name as a post-secondary educational institution that owns and operates the Campus and additional post-secondary educational institutions at other campus locations.

    REMINGTON COLLEGE

    Jerald M. Barnett Jr., Director / President / Chief Executive Officer / President, Distance Learning/Online
    Kevin M. Wilcox, Director
    Marshall McKissack, Director
    Jackson Farrow, Director
    Jack W. Forrest, Director
    A. Reid Allison, Chief Financial Officer
    Dr. Hiram Nall, Chief Academic Officer/Regional Vice President of Operations/Campus President-North Houston, Houston Southeast and Memphis.
    Todd Zvaigzne, Chief Operating Officer
    J Bonnell, Vice President of Information Technology
    Jonathan Baker, Vice President of Business Operations
    Adam Martin, Vice President / Human Resources / Title IX Coordinator
    Emmylu Gerry, Controller
    James Dunn, National Director of Student Finance
    Mary Rhodes, National Director of Accreditation and Licensing
    Bradley Moore, Vice President Health Sciences
    Louis LaMair, Campus President / Honolulu
    Terhan Freeman, Campus President-Cleveland
    Greenie “Skip” Walls, Campus President – Dallas and Fort Worth
    Kimberly Epstein, Campus President / Columbia
    Steve Backman, Campus President / Baton Rouge
    JoAnn Boudreaux, Campus President / Lafayette
    Jerry Driskill, Campus President / Shreveport
    Michael Seltzer, Campus President / Mobile 
    Hiram Nall, Campus President / Memphis 
    James Saulsbury, Campus President / Nashville
    Dr. Karin Polifko, Vice President

    Campus History

    Remington College's Baton Rouge Campus

    Remington College's Baton Rouge Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, began operations in 1998. Remington College – BCL, Inc. purchased the college in July 1998. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed from Education America – Remington College – Baton Rouge Campus to Remington College – Baton Rouge Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Cleveland Campus

    Remington College's Cleveland Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, began operations in January 1990 as National Education Center. The Campus was an additional location of National Education Center-Vale Technical Institute. In August 1995, Remington University, Inc. purchased the College. In July 1998 Remington College – BCL, Inc. purchased the college. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed from Education America – Remington College – Cleveland Campus to Remington College – Cleveland Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Columbia Campus

    Remington College's Columbia Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was established in March 2009. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed from Remington College – Columbia Campus to Remington College.

    Remington College's Dallas Campus(Garland)

    Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) is a main campus with the following branch campuses: Remington College's Baton Rouge Campus, Cleveland Campus, Columbia Campus, Fort Worth Campus, Heathrow Campus, Honolulu Campus, Houston North Campus (Greenspoint area), Houston South Campus (Webster), Lafayette Campus, Little Rock Campus, Memphis Campus, Mobile Campus, Nashville Campus and Shreveport Campus.

    Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) opened in January 1987 after its purchase from Bradford Schools. Remington College – Denver Campus, Inc. purchased the college in July 1997. In July 2003 the name of the Campus was changed from Education America – Dallas Campus to Remington College – Dallas Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013, the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College, and the main campus status was changed from Remington College's Houston West Campus (Westchase area) to Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland).

    Remington College's Fort Worth Campus

    Remington College's Fort Worth Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, opened in July 1988.

    From 1995 until May 2003 the Campus was operated under the name Education America – Fort Worth Campus. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College – Fort Worth Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Heathrow Campus

    Remington College's Heathrow Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was established in June 2009. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011.

    Remington College's Honolulu Campus

    Remington College's Honolulu Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was established in December 1998. From December 1998 until May 2003 the Campus was operated under the name Education America – Honolulu Campus. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College – Honolulu Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Houston North Campus (Greenspoint Area)

    Remington College's Houston North Campus (Greenspoint area), a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was established in February 2004. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed from Remington College – North Houston Campus to Remington College.

    Remington College's Houston South Campus (Webster area)

    Remington College's Houston South Campus (Webster), a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was established in February 2008. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed from Remington College – Houston Southeast Campus to Remington College.

    Remington College's Lafayette Campus

    Remington College's Lafayette Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was founded in 1940 as Spencer Business College. Remington University, Inc. purchased the college in January 1994. Remington College – BCL, Inc. purchased the college in July 1998. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed from Education America – Remington Colleges – Lafayette Campus to Remington College – Lafayette Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Little Rock Campus

    Remington College's Little Rock Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, began operations in July 1998. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed from Education America – Southeast College of Technology – Little Rock Campus to Remington College – Little Rock Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Memphis Campus

    Remington College's Memphis Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, opened in July of 1987 as Education America – Southeast College of Technology. In May 2003 the name of the Campus was changed from Education America – Southeast College of Technology – Memphis Campus to Remington College – Memphis Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Mobile Campus

    Remington College's Mobile Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, opened in July of 1986 as Education America – Southeast College of Technology (''SCT''). In May 2003 the Campus name was changed to Remington College – Mobile Campus. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed to Remington College.

    Remington College's Nashville Campus

    Remington College's Nashville Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, began operations in November 2003. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed from Remington College – Nashville Campus to Remington College.

    Remington College's Shreveport Campus

    Remington College's Shreveport Campus, a branch campus of Remington College's Dallas Campus (Garland) location, was established in July 2007. Remington College acquired the Campus in January of 2011. In 2013 the name of the Campus was changed from Remington College – Shreveport Campus to Remington College.