Higher Education Act: Consumer Information

Central Methodist University provides the following links to help students and parents make informed decisions about attending CMU in Fayette or at our numerous regional sites.

  1. General Institutional Information
    1. CMU Factbook
    2. Privacy of Student Records
    3. Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities
    4. Student Diversity
      1. CLAS
      2. CGES
    5. Price of Attendance
    6. Net-Price Calculator
    7. Refund Policy and Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Federal Financial Aid
    8. Textbook Information
    9. Education Program: Consult the latest CMU catalogs: CLAS and CGES
    10. Instructional Facilities: Consult the latest catalogs: CLAS and CGES
    11. Faculty
      1. Faculty to Student Ratio - 1:17
      2. Faculty Credentials
    12. Transfer of Credit Policies
    13. Articulation Agreements
    14. Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution Programs
      1. Accreditation of Music Program
      2. Accreditation of Nursing and Allied Health Program
      3. Teacher Preparation Reportpdf
      4. Dual Credit Program
    15. Constitution Day
    16. Copyright and Acceptable Use Policy
  2. Student Financial Aid
    1. Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information
    2. Contact Information and Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information.
    3. Assistance Available from Federal, State, Local, and Institutional Programs
    4. Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
    5. Student Loan Information
      1. Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers
      2. Exit counseling for Student Borrowers
      3. Institutional Code of Conductpdf for Education Loans
      4. Preferred Lender Lists
      5. Preferred Lender Arrangements: not applicable
      6. Institutional Default Rates
  3. Health and Safety
    1. Statement of Nondiscrimination
    2. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program:
      1. Drug Free Workplace Policy
    3. Vaccination Policies: Consult the latest CMU catalogs: CLAS and CGES
    4. Campus Security
      1. Crime Prevention Policies
      2. Crime Statistics and Crime Log (U.S. Department of Education)
      3. CGES Crime Survey,
      4. CLAS Crime Survey
      5. Background Checks
      6. Fire Safety Policies
      7. Fire Statistics and Fire Log
  4. Student Outcomes
    1. Retention Rates
      1. 65% average over last three years: 66.2% (2013-2014) 57.3% (2012-2013); 71.5% (2011-2012); 61.9% (2010-2011).
    2. Graduation Rates
      1. 41.9% < 4 years (2009 Cohort), 48.3% <5 years (2008 Cohort), 40.0% <6 years (2007 Cohort).
    3. Placement Rates
      1. 95.4% of May 2012 graduates are employed or pursuing an advanced degree. Of those 95.4%, 10.1% are pursuing a graduate or professional degree.
      2. First Destination Survey of Graduates
  5. Athletics
    1. Equity in Athletics
    2. Student Athlete Retention by Sport/Activity
  6. Voter Registration
  7. FERPA Information
  8. IPEDS Data
    1. 2013 Feedback Report
  9. Surveys of Student Engagement
 
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