Institutional Compliance and Data

In compliance with US Department of Education regulatory guidelines, the following information is available for review:

Admission, Tuition, and Academic Programs
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Information
College Navigator (IPEDS data)
Clery Report
Common Data Sets
Constitution Day
Equity in Athletics Data Analysis (pdf)
Financial Aid
Gainful Employment (see below)
Institution career services for students during and after enrollment
Institution policies related to transfer of credit from other institutions
Institution services for individuals with disabilities
Registrar's Office
Student activities offered by the institution
Student Right to Know
Title IX
Vaccination Policy
Voter Registration

Download Student Consumer Information (pdf)

In compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the following information is available for review: Copyright Infringement Resolution Policy

HIPAA Information

Institutional Data

The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment compiles information that may aid our constituents by allowing them to compare and assess critical facts and figures.

Institutional data on the following can be found on the Assessment website:

  • Enrollment
  • New Students
  • Attrition
  • Full-time / Part-time
  • First Year Students ACT/GPA
  • First to Second Year Retention
  • 6 Year Graduation Rates
  • Resident Counts
  • Ethnicity
  • Enrollment by Class
  • Enrollment by Major
  • Degrees Awarded
  • Common Data Sets

Please note that to ensure data accuracy, official college data will not be available until at least one week after the 20th day of classes. Data released prior to this date is subject to change.

For questions or clarifications regarding institutional research information and data, please call Tracy Schuster-Matlock at 563-333-6049.

Gainful Employment

Gainful employment information is provided in compliance with US Department of Education guidelines requiring institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV (financial aid) eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation.

At this time, St. Ambrose University does not offer programs that qualify under gainful employment terms.

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