Student Right to Know

Student Right to Know Act  (SRTK) , 34 C.F.R. 668, requires that institutions receiving Title IV funding disclose certain information to current and potential students and employees. It refers to a set of public disclosure documents that are designed to inform students and other stakeholders about aspects of the college including graduation and transfer rates, financial aid policies and information, costs of attendance, programs of study, policies, and contact information.

The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires colleges participating in federal student aid programs to make this information easily accessible for consumers at a single location. Please access the following links to read more about subjects that may be of interest.

In addition, you may find the information in a narrative format in the Disclosure of Consumer Information & Financial Aid Handbook 2016.

Student’s Right To Know
Academic Information for Students

Financial Aid

General Information

Costs

Health & Safety

Student Data & Outcomes

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