STUDENT DISCLOSURES

The U.S. Department of Education requires that we report and disclose certain information about our school programs in a clear, prominent, user-friendly, and easily understood manner. The intent of the requirement is to enable students to make an informed choice about a program of study. To this end, we have developed documents containing the following information:

 

• TUITION & FEES

• EMPLOYMENT RATE(S)

• MEDIAN LOAN DEBT INCURRED BY STUDENTS

• ON-TIME COMPLETION RATE

• OCCUPATIONS THAT THE PROGRAM MAY PREPARE STUDENTS TO ENTER

• ALONG WITH LINKS TO THE O*NET OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES

• GRADUATION RATE

 

U.S. Department of Education references from 34 Code of Federal Regulations:

 

• OCCUPATION (SECTIONS 600.2, 600.4, 600.5, 600.6, 668.6, & 668.8)

 

Since Stratford University is an institution of higher education with a diverse population that pursues degrees at both a full-time and part-time pace, and utilizing multiple methods of payment, not limited to but including: cash, federal financial aid, corporate reimbursement, scholarships and military benefits; only reporting full-time rates does not present a clear picture of Stratford University’s student population.

 

Stratford University is dedicated to changing lives one student at a time in their own time, not forcing students within specified cohort groups to complete their programs within a static graduation timeframe. Stratford University offers open enrollment in programs all year long making it possible for students to accelerate themselves through their education and jump start their careers while balancing their personal schedules and family obligations. If you have any questions or concerns please contact your local campus.

 

• STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT (SECTION 668.45(d)(3))

 

ACICS-Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. Program level standards reporting requirement of student achievements.

 

• RETENTION RATE BY PROGRAM

ACICS DISCLOSURE

Campus and Programmatic Disclosures

The International Master of Business Administration program at the Falls Church Campus has been placed on student achievement withdrawal of approval status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.

The Associate of Applied Science of Medical Insurance, Billing, and Coding program at the Falls Church Campus has been placed on student achievement withdrawal of approval status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.

The Bachelor of Healthcare Administration program at the Falls Church Campus has been placed on student achievement withdrawal of approval status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.

The AAS Medical Assisting program at the Alexandria Campus has been placed on student achievement withdrawal of approval status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.

The BS Information Technology program at the New Delhi Campus has been placed on student achievement withdrawal of approval status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent College and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.

The AAS Business Administration program at the Woodbridge Campus has been placed on student achievement show-cause by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent College and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its retention rate standard of 60%.

The Masters of Business Administration program at the Alexandria Campus has been placed on student achievement show-cause status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its retention rate standard of 60%.

The BS Business Administration program at the Alexandria Campus has been placed on student achievement show-cause status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its retention rate standard of 60%.

The BS Information Technology program at the Alexandria Campus has been placed on student achievement show-cause status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its retention rate standard of 60%.

The AAS Hotel and Restaurant Management program at the Baltimore Campus has been placed on student achievement show-cause status by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its retention rate standard of 60%.

DEFINITION OF PLACEMENT

The Placement rates are calculated based on ACICS’s definition of placement. You can access the ACICS definition of Placement and calculation formula by visiting their website.

 

Click on a program below to see the respective Student Consumer Information:

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

SCHOOL OF CULINARY ARTS

SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY

SCHOOL OF NURSING

ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT

Click here to download the Stratford University 2018-2019 Annual Security Report.

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION DISCLOSURE

These are the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report (CAR).

STRATFORD UNIVERSITY NURSING BACCALAUREATE DEGREE EDUCATION PROGRAM – PASS RATES

CAMPUS 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
STRATFORD UNIVERSITY WOODBRIDGE US28502000 ---- ---- 88.88% 90.91% 95.5% 100% 83.3% 80%**
STRATFORD UNIVERSITY FALLS CHURCH US28502100 85.71% 68% 76.48% 75% 60% 71.4% 81.25% 82%**
STRATFORD UNIVERSITY ALEXANDRIA US28510200 * * * * * * * *
*Program approval in 2018
** First three quarters of 2019

VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION

STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

COST OF ATTENDANCE

GENERAL INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION

TECHNOLOGY

PRIVACY POLICY

STUDENT’S RECORDS/RELEASE OF INFORMATION

Student’s Records/Release of Information In compliance with Public Law 93-380, “The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act” (FERPA), which is Section 438 of the General Education Provision Act, Stratford University has adopted policies and procedures which permit the student the opportunity to view his or her educational records upon request. Educational records mean those records, files, documents, and other material that contains information directly related to a student. Educational records do not include working papers concerning students, such as informal notes and other temporary notes of a similar nature that are in the sole possession of the faculty or staff and are not accessible or revealed to any other person.

 

The institution does not permit access to or release of confidential information to any individual or agency without the written consent of the student, except for the following reasons: 1) Records required by Stratford University officials in the proper performance of their duties, 2) Organizations conducting studies for educational and governmental agencies, 3) U.S. Government agencies as listed in Public Law 93-380, 4) Accrediting agencies, 5) Parents of dependent children as defined in the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, 6) Appropriate persons in connection with an emergency, 7) Other educational institutions upon request of transcripts for students seeking enrollment in that institution, 8) In connection with the award of financial aid, and 9) In response to legal court orders.

 

Name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, program undertaken, dates of attendance and certificates, diplomas and degrees awarded may be provided to third parties unless the request to omit such information is presented in writing.

 

All records are maintained in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.