Higher Education Opportunity Act

Student Consumer Information

 
Reporting and Disclosure Categories Reporting/Disclosure Link Contact Office(s)
Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information
 
Financial Aid
Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information
 
Financial Aid
General Institutional Information

 
Privacy of Student Records - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
FERPA Disclosure
Office of the Registrar
Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities
Educational Access Program
Office of Student Life
Student Diversity On-Campus Bachelors Statistics Office of the Registrar
Price of Attendance  
Cost of Attendance
 
Financial Aid
Net Price Calculator  Net Price Calculator Financial Aid
Refund Policy and Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Federal Financial Aid

Refund Policy
Financial Aid
Textbook Information
Bookstore
Bookstore
Educational Programs
Academic Programs
Office of the Provost
Instructional Facilities
Campus and Field Stations
Office of the Provost
Faculty
Faculty Profiles
Office of the Provost
Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
All College Catalog
Office of Admissions
Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs
Accreditation

Office of the Provost
Copyright Infringement - Policies and Sanctions, Computer Use and File Sharing
All College Catalog Page 31
Information Technology
Student Activities
Student Life

Office of Student Life
Career and Job Placement Services
Career Advising

Office of Student Life
Teacher Preparation Program Report
Teacher Preparation Programs
Office of the Provost
Teacher Preparation Program Title II Report Teacher Preparation Programs Office of the Registrar
Student Financial Assistance

 
Assistance Available from Federal, State, Local, and Institutional Programs
Types of Funding; Scholarships
Financial Aid
Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
All College Catalog

Financial Aid
Student Loan Information Student Borrowing
 
Financial Aid
     Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers Loan Entrance Counseling
 
Financial Aid
     Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers Loan Repayment
 
Financial Aid
     Institutional Code of Conduct for Education Loans
 
Financial Aid
     Preferred Lender Lists
 
Financial Aid
     Preferred Lender Arrangements
 

Financial Aid
Health and Safety  
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program  
Drug and Alcohol Policy
Office of Student Life
Vaccination Policies
On-Campus Vaccination Requirements
Office of Student Life
Campus Security Policies, Crime Statistics and Crime Log
 
 Office of Student Life
Missing Person Notification   Office of Student Life
Information for Crime Victims
 
Office of Student Life
Fire Safety Policies, Fire Statistics and Fire Log (On-Campus Housing Facilities)
 
Office of Student Life
Student Outcomes
Retention Rate  Two Options are Available:
   
   
Graduation Rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)  Two Options are Available:  
 
 
Transfer-Out Rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)  Two Options are Available: Office of the Registrar
 
 
Graduation Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid (Student Right-to-Know Act) Prescott College does not currently offer athletically-related Student Aid Not Applicable
Transfer-Out Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid (Student Right-to-Know Act) Prescott College does not currently offer athletically-related student aid Not Applicable
Job Placement for Graduates
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act) Prescott College does not currently offer Athletically Related Student Aid Not Applicable
Voter Registration
 
Office of Student Life
The following information includes the additional regulatory requirements under Program Integrity which goes into effect July 1, 2011:

 
subject area brief summary DEPT
Repeated Coursework Amends definition of full-time student to allow repeated coursework to count toward enrollment status in term-based programs–May repeat previously passed course once–May repeat failed course until it is passed References: 34 CFR 668.2 Office of the Registrar
Ability to Benefit Regulations add new HEOA option for student to meet Ability to Benefit requirement–Completing hours applicable to an eligible degree or certificate offered by the institution 6 semester, trimester, or quarter hours OR 225 clock hours. Testing out does not satisfy completion of hours (p11) Office of Admissions
Validity of High School Diploma Change reflected in new regulations requires institutions to develop and follow procedures to evaluate the validity of a student's high school diploma if the institution or the Secretary has reason to believe that the diploma is not valid or was not obtained from an entity that provides secondary school education. References: 34 CFR 668.16(p4) Office of Admissions
Gainful Employment

Two sets of Final Rules published on 10/29/10 with effective date of 7/01/11: 1 - Program Integrity; Gainful Employment Reporting and Disclosures 2 - Gainful Employment –New Programs In the law, the gainful employment provisions apply to certain programs of study that are Title IV eligible because they lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation References: HEA, Part G, Section 481(b) (p101) Any program that is not a degree program and is not a transfer program of at least two years.


Limited-Residency Masters of Arts and Post-Masters Certificate
 


Post-M.A. Certificates in Counseling

 

Office of Admissions
Definition of Credit Hour An institutionally established equivalency that reasonably approximates not less than: One hour of classroom or direct faculty instruction and a minimum of two hours out of class student work per week or–Equivalent work for other academic activities as established by the institution•Including laboratory work, internships, practica, and studio work•Regulations create procedures that accrediting agencies must use to determine if an institution’s assignment of a credit hour is acceptable References: 34 CFR 600.2, 602.24  Office of the Registrar
Verification
 
Financial Aid
Misrepresentation Regulations provide that misrepresentation is any false, erroneous, or misleading statement made by the institution directly or indirectly to a student, prospective student, member of the public, accrediting agency, state agency, or to ED–Misleading statement includes any statement that has the likelihood or tendency to deceive or confuse–Statement is any communication made in writing, visually, orally, or through other means–Includes student testimonials given under duress or because such testimonial was required to participate in a program References: 34 CFR 668.71( c ) Office of Admissions, Office of the Registrar, Financial Aid
Satisfactory Academic Progress  Satisfactory Academic Progress - All College Catalog Financial Aid
Return of Title IV Funds: Attendance Schools must use best information possible to determine if and when a student has withdrawn. Office of the Registrar & Office of the Provost
Disbursement Institution must provide a way for Pell eligible students to purchase or obtain books and supplies no later than the 7th day of a payment period if: Funds could have been disbursed 10 days before beginning of payment period AND Disbursed funds would have created a Title IV credit balance. School provides student with lesser of presumed credit balance or amount needed by student as determined by the school References: 34 CFR 668.164(i) Business Office
R2T4 Rules Defining "Withdrawal" Program Definitions: New rules define a program ―offered in modules–A course or courses in program do not span entire length of payment period or period of enrollment. Doesn’t matter what modules are called at the institution References: 34 CFR 668.22(l)(6) Credit Hour Programs Offered in Modules: Student considered to be withdrawal if does not complete all days scheduled to complete within payment period/term. School must document completed all courses with a passing grade. If no passing grade in last scheduled course, school must demonstrate student completed period References: 34 CFR 668.22(a)(2)(A Office of the Registrar
Tighter Rules on Written Arrangement These final regulations address written arrangements between two or more eligible institutions that are under common ownership and agreements between eligible and ineligible institutions/organizations and general disclosures associated with any written arrangements. References: 34 CFR 668.5(c) Office of the Provost

 
Required disclosures to prospective & enrolled students applicable to all schools where program is designed to be offered by another entity-Portion of program not being offered by the degree/certificate granting school-Name and location of the other school/organization-Method of delivery not being offered by the degree/certificate granting school-Estimated additional costs may incur due to arrangement. References: 34 CFR 668.5(e), 668.43(a)(12) (p44) Office of the Registrar
Incentive Compensation Required disclosures to prospective & enrolled students applicable to all schools where program is designed to be offered by another entity-Portion of program not being offered by the degree/certificate granting school-Name and location of the other school/organization-Method of delivery not being offered by the degree/certificate granting school-Estimated additional costs may incur due to arrangement. References: 34 CFR 668.5(e), 668.43(a)(12) (p44) Human Resources
Expectations for State Authorizations Role of the state–Approving institutions–Monitoring institutions–Responding to complaints about institutions from the public References: 34 CFR 600.4(a)(3), 600.5(a)(4), 600.6(a)(3), and 600.9 Office of the Provost

 

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