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Consumer Information

Federal regulations require that institutions provide specific consumer information about the school and about financial aid to enrolled and prospective students. The following list includes websites or web addresses for the information required to be disclosed.​

Availability of Ins​​titutional and Financial Aid Information​

​​Contact information for assistance in obtaining institutional or financial aid information

Contact Us


Financial Aid Brochure includes an explanation of the types of aid and conditions associated with financial assistance.

Financial Aid Brochure​


​Need-Based Assistance and Eligibility for Title IV Aid

Need-Based Assistance


Cost of Attendance including tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation costs, and additional costs

Cost of Attendance


Disbursements of Aid

Students are notified at the beginning of every semester via CatLink Announcements of disbursement dates.


​Student's Terms and Conditions of Title IV and Institutional Aid

Students are given detailed information on CatLink after aid has been awarded regarding the terms and conditions of all types of aid in their package.


Loan Counseling and Repayment Information

Loan Counseling and Repayment Information


​Satisfactory Academic Progress

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy


Refund, Withdrawal, and Return to Title IV Policies

The Refund Policy is detailed in the school catalog.

Withdrawal Policy and Return to Title IV Funds Policy


Work-Study Employment Information

Student who qualify for work-study are sent an email with detailed information about the work-study process along with requirements and access to the available work-study jobs website. After student are placed with a supervisor they will complete employment paperwork including a work-study contract, which has general terms and conditions for the program.


Disbursement for Books and Supplies

Advances of Financial Aid for Books and Supplies


​State Complaint Process

State Complaint Process

 

General information​

Accreditation

Accreditation


Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions


​Constitution and Citizenship Day

National Constitution Center

Constitution Transcript​


Transfer Students

Transfer Students

Transfer of Credit Policy


​Privacy of Student Records - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)

FERPA


​Voter Registration

Voter Registration​

 

 


Disclosure Requirements Relating to Education Loans​

​State Grant Assistance

FAFSA

State Scholarship


​Student Loan Information Published by Department of Education

Federal Student Aid​​


​National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)

NSLDS


​Entrance and Exit Counseling

​Federal Student Aid


 

Consumer Tools​

Net Price Calculator

Net Price Calculator


​The College Navigator

College Navigator


​Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


​The College Scorecard

​College Scorecard


Paying for College Webpage

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

​The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet

​A standardized award letter designed to simplify the information prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school.

 


Health and Safety​

Disability Services

Disability Services


​Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Prevention Programs


​Vaccination Policies

Vaccination Requirement


​Security Report (including emergency response and evacuation procedures), timely warnings, crime log and missing person notification policy

Security Report


​Fire Safety Report and Fire Log

Fire Safety Report


​Crime Statistics

Crime Statistics


Public Safety Policies

Sexual Violence, Stalking, Domestic and Dating Violence, Bullying and Bias Incidents

Missing Student Policy

Timely Waring Policy

Sex Offenders Policy

Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Policy

   
 


Intercollegiate Athletic Program​

​​Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA)

College Catalog

   

Complaints

Federal regulations require institutions that participate in Federal student aid programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 must have a process whereby the state in which the institution is located can review and appropriately act on consumer complaints arising under state law. 

If you feel you have been a victim of illegal business practices (e.g. frauds or scams), please contact the North Carolina Department of Justice Consumer Protection Division using the consumer hotline or web address below.

Call toll free within North Carolina at 1-877-5-NO-SCAM (1-877-566-7226) or (919) 716-6000 or file an online complaint at www.ncdoj.gov/complaint.