Student Consumer Information

Student Consumer Information

 

 

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires postsecondary institutions participating in federal student aid programs to make certain disclosures to enrolled and prospective students, parents, employees, and the public.

 

The links provided here are disclosed to you in compliance with federal law. 

 

Persons Responsible To Provide Consumer Information

 

If you need additional assistance in obtaining information about the school, consumer information or would prefer a paper copy of any materials, please contact one of the following departments: 

·        Welcome Center – 309.345.3500

·        Financial Aid Office – 309.341.5283

·        Security/Dispatch – 309.341.5304

  • Financial aid shares with student’s information regarding the financial aid awards, satisfactory progress, disbursements, book charges, loan terms, employment terms etc. on the website and through printed materials mailed to applicants. 
  • Required costs for programs is disclosed on the program pages and financial aid budget page of the website in addition students receive statements with their balance due.
  • Tuition Refund Policy and Return of Title IV policies shared on website in the college catalog section.
  • Description of academic programs, approval and licensing agencies is shared on the college website and through advising. 
  • Titles of designated employees for information dissemination purposes is emailed to students each semester through Champ Emails and a page will be coming on the website. 
  • Gainful employment disclosures of graduates, average loan debt, costs for program is on the website under the program pages. 
  • Student athlete completion and graduation rates is on the website.
  • Campus security policy, crime statistics etc is on the college website. 
  • The institution is required to ensure statements and information provided to enrolled and prospective students and their families as well as to the Dept of Ed do not constitute substantial misrepresentation of the nature of its educational programs, it financial charges, the employability of its graduates, or its relationship with ED.