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CONSUMER INFORMATION SUMMARY


Federal Regulations require schools to provide certain consumer information annually to its students, along with a statement of procedures regarding where to obtain that information. Below is a listing of all of the basic Consumer Information Requirements, as excerpted from the Student Financial Aid (SFA) Handbook. Other information and/or related addenda can be found in the school's catalog. Upon request, the school can provide a paper copy of the listed items (from Consumer Information or College Catalog) via the Director of Financial Services - financialservices@ucdh.edu.

  1. Cost of attending school
  2. Basic Financial Aid Information
  3. Verification Requirements
  4. Loan Repayment and Exit Counseling
  5. Satisfactory Academic Progress
  6. Return of funds upon withdrawal, and related refund policies
  7. Accreditation & Licensure
  8. Services available to disabled students
  9. Institution Academic Improvement Plan 1
  10. Instructional and Laboratory Facilities
  11. List of Faculty
  12. The terms and conditions under which students receiving federal education loans may obtain deferments
  13. Prerequisite course transfer credits
  14. Student body diversity in the categories of gender and ethnicity of enrolled, full-time students and students who receive federal Pell grants 3
  15. Placement & Employment
  16. Retention rates of certificate or degree seeking first time full time undergraduate students 3
  17. Prevention of Drug/Alcohol Abuse and Sexual Misconduct
  18. Campus security statistics and campus security policies
  19. Vaccination Policy 2
  20. Copyright Infringement & Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
  21. FERPA - Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act
  22. Completion Rates 3
  23. Voter Registration
  24. Code of Conduct for Education Loans
  25. Textbook Information
  26. Contact the front desk personnel to find out which faculty or staff member can help with general school issues

1 A copy of the Academic Improvement Plan is available upon request from the school.
2 For faculty, this information is delivered during the hiring process.
3 This information is found on the College Navigator Website based on IPEDS surveys submitted by the school to the U.S. Department of Education.