Student Handbook: Federal Disclosures
STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT OF 1990
This Act requires colleges and universities receiving student federal financial aid to disclose graduate or completion rates for the student body in general and athletes in particular, allowing students and parents to make informed choices in selecting an institution of higher education. The University will provide such information to students and prospective students upon request.
1976 AMENDMENTS TO HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965
The Amendments require colleges to disseminate information on financial aid, tuition and academic programs as well as exit counseling to student borrowers. This information is disseminated through its catalog and other publications and mailings and is also made available to students upon request.
Other Federal Disclosures and Compliance notices are found elsewhere in this Handbook.