The following links provide information required by federal regulations, and in accordance with school policy, that will allow you to make informed decisions relevant to your education.
Consumer Information Guide Summary
The Consumer Information Guide Summary is a tool prospective and current students can utilize to find all relevant and required consumer information as defined by federal regulations.To view this summary, please click here.
Consumer Information Guide
Federal regulations require institutions to provide certain consumer information annually to its students, along with a statement of procedures regarding where to obtain that information. To view the entire contents of this guide, please click here.
Consumer Information Guide Supplement
To view the Consumer Information Guide Supplement, which contains the most recent tuition and fees schedule by program, please click here.
Tuition and Fees
To view our most recent tuition and fees, please view our Consumer Information Guide supplement. To access this document, please click here.
Catalogs, Addenda, and Related Information
To view information about the programs offered, the admissions requirements and other institutional standards and requirements, along with the accreditation and licensing information, please click here.
Student Right-to-Know Graduation/Completion Rates
The Student Right-to-Know Act, as regulated by the Department of Education, requires all institutions who participate in any Title IV program to calculate graduation/completion rates. In addition, this information must be made available to all prospective and enrolled students. To view this content, please click here.
Placement Rates (Gainful Employment Disclosure)
The placement rates are calculated in accordance with each institution's accrediting body and in accordance with federal regulations. The rates are updated annually based upon Annual Reports submitted to each accrediting agency. To view our rates, please click here.
Retention Rates (Gainful Employment Disclosure)
The retention rates are calculated in accordance with federal regulations and are based upon the information submitted annually to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). To view our annual retention rates, please click here.
Textbook Listings and Costs
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 and in addition to the Higher Education Act of 1965 (as amended), each postsecondary educational institution must disclose information on the recommended and required textbooks needed to complete each course of study. A list of textbooks for our courses and their approximate costs can be found by clicking here.
On-Time Completion and Median Loan Debt (Gainful Employment Disclosure)
On-Time Completion Rates and Median Loan Debt are calculated in accordance with federal regulations specifically pertaining to the required Gainful Employment disclosures. On-Time graduation rates represent the percentage of students who completed the program no later than the published length of the program, as defined by the institution's catalog. Median Loan Debt is the middle loan amount, extracted from a range of students who have graduated from a particular program, and only includes debt incurred at the institution. The debt incurred includes living expenses. To view the On-Time Completion rates and Median Loan Debt disclosure by main campus, click here.
Occupational Listings (Gainful Employment Disclosure)
The occupational listings are presented in accordance with the Gainful Employment requirements as defined by federal regulations. The lists represent a sample of identified occupations for which an institution's graduates may typically find employment within a few years after completing a program. In addition, each occupational name is a link to the Occupational Information Network (O*Net) where various information can be obtained for a particular area of interest. To view this listing by main campus, please click here.
Campus Crime Reports
The institution provides this information to all its employees and students as part of the institution's commitment to safety and security pursuant to the requirements of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. This information is also referenced in our Consumer Information Guide. You may also find this information on the Crime Statistics on the National Center for Education Statistic's College Navigator website. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the U.S. and other nations. NCES is located within the U.S. Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences. The NCES website information may differ from our statistics due to timing differences. The information presented here is the most recently submitted report. To view this information, please click here.
Net Price Calculator
In accordance with U.S. Department of Education regulations, we provide you with a Net Price Calculator (NPC), which will calculate an estimated net price of education specific to the institution, and based on your individual circumstances. You will be required to answer several questions in order for the calculator to provide an estimated net price. If interested, click here to begin your NPC estimate.