Public Disclosure

Information

  1. How can inquiries be made about the institution? Where can questions be addressed?
  2. Notice of availability of publications and of audited financial statement or fair summary
  3. Institutional catalog
  4. Obligations and responsibilities of students and the institution
  5. Information on admission and attendance
  6. Institutional mission and objectives
  7. Expected educational outcomes
  8. Status as public or independent institution; status as not-for-profit or for-profit; religious affiliation
  9. Requirements, procedures and policies re: admissions
  10. Requirements, procedures and policies re: transfer credit
  11. A list of institutions with which the institution has an articulation agreement
  12. Student fees, charges and refund policies
  13. Rules and regulations for student conduct
  14. Procedures for student appeals and complaints
  15. Other information re: attending or withdrawing from the institution
  16. Academic programs
  17. Courses currently offered
  18. Other available educational opportunities
  19. Other academic policies and procedures
  20. Requirements for degrees and other forms of academic recognition
  21. List of current faculty, indicating department or program affiliation, distinguishing between full- and part-time, showing degrees held and institutions granting them
  22. Names and positions of administrative officers
  23. Names, principal affiliations of governing board members
  24. Locations and programs available at branch campuses, other instructional locations, and overseas operations at which students can enroll for a degree, along with a description of programs and services available at each location
  25. Programs, courses, services, and personnel not available in any given academic year.
  26. Size and characteristics of the student body
  27. Description of the campus setting
  28. Availability of academic and other support services
  29. Range of co-curricular and non-academic opportunities available to students
  30. Institutional learning and physical resources from which a student can reasonably be expected to benefit
  31. Institutional goals for students' education
  32. Success of students in achieving institutional goals including rates of retention and graduation and other measure of student success appropriate to institutional mission. Passage rates for licensure exams, as appropriate
  33. Total cost of education, including availability of financial aid and typical length of study
  34. Expected amount of student debt upon graduation
  35. Statement about accreditation