Catalogs, Addenda, and Related Information
Contains information about the college, the programs offered, the admissions requirements, and other institutional standards and requirements, along with the accreditation and licensing information.

Consumer Information Guide
Federal regulations require institutions to provide certain consumer information annually to its students, along with a statement of procedures regarding where to obtain that information. This guide accomplishes that objective.

Consumer Information Guide Summary
The Consumer Information Guide Summary is a tool prospective and current students can utilize to find all relevant and required consumer information as defined by federal regulations.

Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is a tool that you can use to estimate your “net price” to attend our college. Net price is the difference between the “sticker” price (full cost) to attend, minus any grants and scholarships for which you may be eligible. Sticker price includes direct charges (tuition and fees, room and board) and indirect costs (books and supplies, transportation and personal expenses). The information used to calculate these costs is taken directly from the information submitted in the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).

Accreditation Placement Rates
Accreditation placement rates are calculated in accordance with each institution's accrediting body and in accordance with federal regulations. The rates are updated annually based upon Annual Reports submitted to each accrediting agency. The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 requires that Institutions make available to their students information regarding placement rates, including the methodology and time frame applicable to the rates. Information is maintained, tracked and updated in our student data base system.

The “Institutional Accreditation Placement Rate” Disclosure is still being maintained on the website to meet the requirements of each accrediting agency.

The methodology and time frame applicable to these rates is as follows:

Accrediting Body: Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES)
The reporting period is July 1 through June 30. Placement statistics are calculated per program. Placement benchmark is a minimum of 70% per program.

The placement rate is determined by using the ABHES required method of calculation, for the reporting period July 1 through June 30, as follows: 

Placement Rate = (F + R)/(G-U) 

F = Graduates placed in their field of training 
R* = Graduates placed in a related field of training 
G = Total graduates 
U** = Graduates unavailable for placement 

*Related field refers to a position wherein the graduate’s job functions are related to the skills and knowledge acquired through successful completion of the training program. 

**Unavailable is defined only as documented: health-related issues, military obligations, incarceration, continuing education status, or death. 

Accrediting Body: Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)
The reporting period is July 1 through June 30. Placement statistics are calculated per program. Placement benchmark is a minimum of 70% per program. Placement rates are calculated by total graduates divided by employed graduates for the reporting period. For the exact definition of a placement rate for ACICS schools, please click here.

Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
The reporting period is July 1 through June 30. Placement statistics are calculated per program. Placement benchmark is a minimum of 70% per program. Placement rates are calculated by total graduates divided by employed graduates for the reporting period. To determine the cohort date range, the ACCSC calculation counts backwards from the report date as follows: program length times 1.5 plus 3 months for placement activity.

In addition, ACCSC requires the institutions to list certain programs by day, afternoon, and/or evening. For gainful employment purposes, under the program drop down menus, the day and evening programs may have been combined for gainful employment purposes. The breakdown of the individual rates can still be reviewed under the “Institutional Accreditation Placement Rate Disclosure” under each campus. Please contact the Career Services Department at your location for any questions.

Accrediting Body: Council of Occupational Education (COE)
The reporting period varies among each institution accredited by the COE. The reporting period must cover 12 months.  Institutions may choose the most recent 12-month period that provides accurate and complete data.  The reporting period selected can be any consecutive 12-month period within the parameters given on the annual report instructions. Please refer to a school’s Institutional Accreditation Placement Rate Disclosure for their applicable cohort period. The placement benchmark is a minimum of 70% per program.

Placement—A completer of a program who (1) is employed in the field of education pursued or in a related field, or (2) has received the appropriate credential and entered the military or continued his/her education. Valid employment in the field or a related field includes placement in a permanent full- or part-time position with an employer or employment agency, or self-employment in the field of education or a related field.

Student Right-to-Know Graduation/Completion Rates
The Student Right-to-Know Act, as regulated by the Department of Education, requires all institutions who participate in any Title IV program to calculate graduation/completion rates. This act was passed by Congress November 9, 1990. Title I, Section 103, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding to calculate completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering that institution, and to disclose these rates to all students and prospective students. The rate required for disclosure and/or reporting purposes under Student Right-to-Know Act. This rate is calculated as the total number of completers within 150% of normal time divided by the revised adjusted cohort. Further, the law requires that these rates be disaggregated by gender, race, and ethnicity. The Graduation Rates component of IPEDS was developed specifically to help institutions respond to these requirements. See the Student Right to Know - Graduation Rates disclosure for the current description of data collected and the applicable cohort.
We have elected not to report transfer-out rates because our institution mission does not include providing substantial preparation for students to enroll in another eligible institution without completing or graduation. 
Data used to calculate an institution’s graduation rate comes from an institution’s annual submission to the U.S. Department of Education’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). For more information about IPEDS, please visit http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/about.

Retention Rates
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 and in addition to the Higher Education Act of 1965 (as amended), each postsecondary educational institution must disclose information about retention rates to current and prospective students. The retention rates are calculated in accordance with federal regulations and are based upon the information submitted annually to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).

The retention rate is a measure of the rate at which students persist in their educational program at an institution, expressed as a percentage. This is the percentage of first-time full-time degree- or certificate – seeking students from the previous fall who either re-enrolled or successfully completed their program by the current fall.

The current rate represents students from the Fall 2017 cohort and the retention percentage represents those students still enrolled or completed as of August 1, 2018. The data was extracted from the most recently submitted survey as completed by the institution. The rate is listed by campus.

Textbook Listings and Costs
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008 and in addition to the Higher Education Act of 1965 (as amended), each postsecondary educational institution must disclose information on the recommended and required textbooks needed to complete each course of study. The prices listed for reflect what a student is estimated to pay for each textbook.