Disclosures

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:

  • The tuition and fees;
  • The employment rate(s);
  • The median loan debt incurred by students;
  • The on-time completion rate;
  • The occupations that the program may prepare students to enter, along with links to the O*NET occupational profiles; and
  • The 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, and 668.8)
  • Gainful Employment Reporting and Disclosure Requirements (Section 668.6)
  • 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 programs

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 here to visit now

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

School of Business Administration

School of Computer Information System

School of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management

School of Health Sciences

School of Nursing

 

Annual Security Report

Click here to download the Stratford University 2015 Annual Security Report.

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