University Disclosure Information

As part of the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) that was enacted on August 14, 2008 institutions of higher education are required to disclose certain information to interested students, parents, and others.

Student Life

  1. Withdrawal and Refund Policy
  2. Voter Registration
  3. Vaccine Policies
  4. Annual Athletic Report
  5. Campus Security and Fire Safety Report
  6. Campus Emergency Procedures
  7. Missing Person Procedures
  8. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
  9. Drug Violation Penalty Notice
  10. Post-Graduation Goal Attainment (Employment & Further Education)
  11. FERPA
  12. Transfer of Credit
  13. Standards for students to be considered making satisfactory progress

Academic Life

  1. Current Degree Programs
  2. Study Abroad Policy
  3. Plans for improving academic program
  4. Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
  5. Faculty and Instructional Personnel
  6. Instructional, laboratory, other facilities related to academic program
  7. Special facilities and services available to handicapped students
  8. Names of associations, agencies, or governmental bodies which accredit, approve, or license
  9. Textbooks - Heidelberg Bookstore
  10. Student Body Diversity
  11. First-time, Full-time Undergraduate Rettention and Graduation Rates
  12. First-time, Full-time Disaggregated (Income-based) Completion Rates
  13. Post-graduate Student Body and Completion Report
  14. Teacher Preparation Program Report
  15. Services available to students with disabilities
  16. Student Organizations

Financial Aid

  1. Financial Aid Website
    • Financial Aid availability
    • Contact Information
    • Tuition, room and board costs
  2. Loan Information
  3. Code of Conduct
  4. Lobbying Certification
  5. Consumer Information on College Navigator Website