Consumer Information

Public Disclosures for Prospective and Current Students

As consumers of education, prospective and current students have the right to know the costs and future employability of their degrees. Midstate College has compiled the following list of links to specific information regarding program requirements, financial aid eligibility, cost of attendance, graduation percentage, and placement rates.

Pledge of Public Accountability

Proprietary colleges and universities undergo the same accreditation processes and maintain the same commitment to quality as public institutions. To underscore this responsibility, Midstate College came together with other institutions in February 2011 to sign The Accord of the Regionally Accredited Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education in the U.S. The Accord outlines the commitment of proprietary institutions to the following Statements of Principle: mission-centeredness, academic quality, institutional integrity, student success, and transparency.

The Accord of the Regionally Accredited Proprietary Institutions of Higher Education

Annual Tuition, Fees, and Textbook Costs
Institutional Graduation Rates
Curriculum Requirements
Employment Data
Student Indebtedness
Faculty Credentials
Contact Information

Disclosure Under the Higher Education Act of 1965

Under the Higher Education Act of 1965, institutions are required to publicly disclose certain information to current and prospective students. Listed below are links to this information located on the Midstate College website and printed materials.

General Institutional Information
Student Financial Assistance
Health and Safety
Student Outcomes

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 limits the amount of personally identifiable information from a student's educational record that an institution may disclose to a third party. Below are links to the college's information disclosure policy, as well as information about FERPA and a student's rights under the law.

Other Disclosures

Student Grievances
Misrepresentation
Copyright