Gainful Employment Disclosure Information
The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that “prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation”. The information to be provided here is the best available to us but represents one year’s data only, however, we hope that this information is helpful to our current students and to prospective students as they make their career and educational choices.
If you have any questions regarding the data provided and what it means to you as a student, please feel free to contact us.
More information on the regulatory requirements can be found here.
Only programs that meet the following criteria are subject to the reporting requirements:
- Non-degree programs, including all certificate programs. Certificate programs include undergraduate certificate programs, post-baccalaureate certificate programs, graduate certificate programs, and postgraduate certificate programs. Note that awarding students one or more certificates as part of a degree program does not create GE programs based upon the awarding of the certificate(s).
- Teacher certification programs, including both programs that result in a certificate awarded by the institution and those where the institution itself does not provide a certificate but which consist of a collection of course work necessary for the student to receive a State professional teaching credential or certification.
- Approved "Comprehensive Transition Programs" for students with intellectual disabilities.
The following educational programs are not subject to the new GE Program regulations:
- Programs that lead to a degree, including associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, graduate degrees, and professional degrees.
- Programs that are at least two years in length that are fully transferable to a bachelor's degree program.
- Preparatory courses of study that provide course work necessary for enrollment in an eligible program.