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IPEDS ID: 104717
OPE ID: 00107400
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Grand Canyon University
3300 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, Arizona 85017
General information:  (800) 800-9776
Website:  www.gcu.edu
Type:  4-year, Private for-profit
Awards offered:  Less than one year certificate
Bachelor's degree
Master's degree
Post-master's certificate
Doctor's degree - research/scholarship
Campus setting:  City: Large
Campus housing:  Yes
Student population:  90,253 (54,139 undergraduate)
Student-to-faculty ratio:  20 to 1
Carnegie Classification
Doctoral/Professional Universities
Religious Affiliation
Not applicable
Federal Aid
Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Direct Loans).
Undergraduate students enrolled who are formally registered with office of disability services
3% or less
Special Learning Opportunities
ROTC (Army, Air Force)
Teacher certification
Distance education – undergraduate programs offered
Distance education – graduate programs offered
Study abroad
Weekend/evening college
Student Services
Remedial services
Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers
Credit Accepted
Dual credit
Credit for life experiences
Advanced placement (AP) credits
Faculty and graduate assistants by primary function, Fall 2018Full timePart time
Total faculty4154,906
Instructional4154,906
Research and public service00
Total graduate assistants-7
Instructional-7
Research-0
Estimated Expenses for Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students
  • Beginning students are those who are entering postsecondary education for the first time.
Estimated expenses for academic year2016-20172017-20182018-20192019-2020% change 2018-2019 to 2019-2020
Tuition and fees$17,050$17,050$17,050$17,8004.4%
Books and supplies$800$800$800$8000.0%
Living arrangement
On Campus
Room and board$8,550$8,550$8,550$7,800-8.8%
Other$5,700$5,700$5,700$5,7000.0%
Off Campus
Room and board$8,550$8,550$8,550$7,800-8.8%
Other$5,700$5,700$5,700$5,7000.0%
Off Campus with Family
Other$5,700$5,700$5,700$5,7000.0%
Total Expenses2016-20172017-20182018-20192019-2020% change 2018-2019 to 2019-2020
On Campus$32,100$32,100$32,100$32,1000.0%
Off Campus$32,100$32,100$32,100$32,1000.0%
Off Campus with Family$23,550$23,550$23,550$24,3003.2%
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Average graduate student tuition and fees for academic year2019-2020
Tuition$10,175
Fees$899
Alternative Tuition Plans
Type of PlanOffered
Tuition guarantee plan
Prepaid tuition plan
Tuition payment planX
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Undergraduate Student Financial Aid, 2018-2019
Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students
  • Beginning students are those who are entering postsecondary education for the first time.
Type of AidNumber receiving aidPercent receiving aidTotal amount of aid receivedAverage amount of aid received
Any student financial aid12,70999%————
Grant or scholarship aid2,69099%$26,719,984$9,933
Federal grants1,07639%$5,535,371$5,144
Pell grants1,07439%$5,253,833$4,892
Other federal grants28911%$281,538$974
State/local government grant or scholarships582%$51,000$879
Institutional grants or scholarships2,65898%$21,133,613$7,951
Student loan aid1,85368%$13,280,396$7,167
Federal student loans1,83767%$10,262,613$5,587
Other student loans27510%$3,017,783$10,974
  • 1 Includes students receiving Federal work study aid and aid from other sources not listed above.
All Undergraduate Students
Type of AidNumber receiving aidTotal amount of aid receivedAverage amount of aid received
Grant or scholarship aid138,515$281,996,162$7,322
Pell grants24,607$114,309,441$4,645
Federal student loans31,656$265,260,779$8,379
  • 1 Grant or scholarship aid includes aid received, from the federal government, state or local government, the institution, and other sources known by the institution.

  • For more information on Student Financial Assistance Programs or to apply for financial aid via the web, visit Federal Student Aid.
Average Net Price for Full-Time Beginning Students
Full-time beginning undergraduate students who were awarded grant or scholarship aid from federal, state or local governments, or the institution.
2016-20172017-20182018-2019
Average net price$20,912$21,403$21,332
Full-time beginning undergraduate students who were awarded Title IV aid by income.
Average net price by Income2016-20172017-20182018-2019
$0 – $30,000$17,804$18,438$18,405
$30,001 – $48,000$18,812$19,014$18,704
$48,001 – $75,000$21,586$22,461$21,380
$75,001 – $110,000$22,765$24,044$23,545
$110,001 and more$22,726$23,845$23,423
  • Average net price is generated by subtracting the average amount of federal, state/local government, or institutional grant or scholarship aid from the total cost of attendance. Total cost of attendance is the sum of published tuition and required fees, books and supplies, and the weighted average for room and board and other expenses.
  • Beginning students are those who are entering postsecondary education for the first time.
  • Title IV aid to students includes grant aid, work study aid, and loan aid. These include: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG), National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (National SMART Grant), Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant, Federal Work-Study, Federal Perkins Loan, Subsidized Direct or FFEL Stafford Loan, and Unsubsidized Direct or FFEL Stafford Loan. For those Title IV recipients, net price is reported by income category and includes students who received federal aid even if none of that aid was provided in the form of grants. While Title IV status defines the cohort of student for which the data are reported, the definition of net price remains the same – total cost of attendance minus grant aid.
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Fall 2018
Total enrollment90,253
Undergraduate enrollment54,139
Undergraduate transfer-in enrollment13,289
Graduate enrollment36,114
Undergraduate Attendance StatusUndergraduate Student Gender
Undergraduate Attendance Status:
Full-time: 32%
Part-time: 68%Undergraduate Student Gender:
Male: 29%
Female: 71%
Undergraduate Race/ethnicity
Undergraduate Race/ethnicity:
American Indian or Alaska Native: 1%
Asian: 3%
Black or African American: 16%
Hispanic/Latino: 20%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander: 1%
White: 47%
Two or more races: 4%
Race/ethnicity unknown: 6%
Non-resident alien: 1%
Undergraduate Student AgeUndergraduate Student Residence
Undergraduate Student Age:
24 and under: 42%
25 and over: 58%
Age unknown: 0%Undergraduate Student Residence:
In-state: 29%
Out-of-state: 71%
Foreign countries: 0%
Unknown: 0%
  • Age data are reported for Fall 2017.
  • Residence data are reported for first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates.
Graduate Attendance Status
Graduate Attendance Status:
Full-time: 0%
Part-time: 100%
Undergraduate Distance Education StatusGraduate Distance Education Status
Undergraduate Enrollment by Distance Education Status:
Enrolled only in distance education: 67%
Enrolled in some distance education: 20%
Not enrolled in any distance education: 13%Graduate Enrollment by Distance Education Status:
Enrolled only in distance education: 94%
Enrolled in some distance education: 0%
Not enrolled in any distance education: 6%
Undergraduate Admissions Fall 2019
TotalMaleFemale
Number of applicants37,45612,05522,985
Percent admitted77%83%82%
Percent admitted who enrolled23%23%23%
Admissions ConsiderationsRequiredRecommendedConsidered but not required
Secondary school GPAX
Secondary school recordX
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT)X
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign language)X
First-to-Second Year Retention Rates

Retention rates measure the percentage of first-time students who are seeking bachelor's degrees who return to the institution to continue their studies the following fall.

Retention Rates for First-Time Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
Student retention:
Full-time students: 64%
Part-time students: 36%
Percentage of Students Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2017 and Returned in Fall 2018
Overall Graduation Rate and Transfer-Out Rate

The overall graduation rate is also known as the "Student Right to Know" or IPEDS graduation rate. It tracks the progress of students who began their studies as full-time, first-time degree- or certificate-seeking students to see if they complete a degree or other award such as a certificate within 150% of "normal time" for completing the program in which they are enrolled.

Some institutions also report a transfer-out rate, which is the percentage of the full-time, first-time students who transferred to another institution.

Note that not all students at the institution are tracked for these rates. Students who have already attended another postsecondary institution, or who began their studies on a part-time basis, are not tracked for this rate. At this institution, 15 percent of entering students were counted as "full-time, first-time" in 2018.

Overall Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates for Students Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2013
Overall graduation rate:
Overall graduation rate: 41%
(*) Transfer-out rate:
Percentage of Full-time, First-Time Students Who Graduated or Transferred Out Within 150% of "Normal Time" to Completion for Their Program
  • (*) Not all institutions report transfer-out rates.
Bachelor's Degree Graduation Rates

Bachelor’s degree graduation rates measure the percentage of entering students beginning their studies full-time and are planning to get a bachelor’s degree and who complete their degree program within a specified amount of time.

Graduation Rates for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
Bachelor's degree rate:
[Began in Fall 2011]
4-year: 35%
6-year: 41%
8-year: 42%
[Began in Fall 2013]
4-year: 35%
6-year: 41%
Percentage of Full-time, First-time Students Who Graduated in the Specified Amount of Time and Began in Fall 2011 or Fall 2013
6-Year Graduation Rate by Gender for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
6-Year Graduation Rate by Gender for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees:
Male: 40%
Female: 41%
Percentage of Full-time, First-time Students Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2013 and Received a Degree or Award Within 150% of "Normal Time" to Completion for Their Program
6-Year Graduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
6-Year Graduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity for Students Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees:
American Indian or Alaska Native: 17%
Asian: 35%
Black or African American: 34%
Hispanic/Latino: 36%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander: 33%
White: 47%
Two or more races: 48%
Race/ethnicity unknown: 31%
Non-resident alien: 60%
Percentage of Full-time, First-time Students Who Began Their Studies in Fall 2013 and Received a Degree or Award Within 150% of "Normal Time" to Completion for Their Program
  • Alternative measures of student success are reported by degree-granting institutions to describe the outcomes of degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who are not only first-time, full-time students, but also part-time attending and non-first-time (transfer-in) students. These measures are also reported for students receiving Pell grants and those students that do not receive Pell grants. These measures provide the 8-year award-completion rates by award level (certificates, associate's and bachelor degrees) after entering an institution. For students who did not earn any undergraduate award after 8-years of entry, the enrollment statuses are reported as either still enrolled at the institution, or subsequently transferred out of the institution. Unlike the Graduation Rates data, all reporting institutions must report on their transfer outs regardless if the institution has a mission that provides substantial transfer preparation.
FULL-TIME, FIRST-TIME DEGREE/CERTIFICATE-SEEKING UNDERGRADUATES WHO ENTERED IN 2011-12
Award and enrollment rate:
[All students]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 41%
Enrolled at same institution: 2%
Enrolled at different institution: 33%
[Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 36%
Enrolled at same institution: 3%
Enrolled at different institution: 37%
[Non-Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 45%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 31%
PART-TIME, FIRST-TIME DEGREE/CERTIFICATE-SEEKING UNDERGRADUATES WHO ENTERED IN 2011-12
Award and enrollment rate:
[All students]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 8%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 29%
[Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 8%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 30%
[Non-Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 8%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 27%
FULL-TIME, NON-FIRST-TIME DEGREE/CERTIFICATE-SEEKING UNDERGRADUATES WHO ENTERED IN 2011-12
Award and enrollment rate:
[All students]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 66%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 19%
[Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 61%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 22%
[Non-Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 70%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 16%
PART-TIME, NON-FIRST-TIME DEGREE/CERTIFICATE-SEEKING UNDERGRADUATES WHO ENTERED IN 2011-12
Award and enrollment rate:
[All students]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 39%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 24%
[Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 26%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 30%
[Non-Pell]
Received a Bachelor's degree: 57%
Enrolled at same institution: 1%
Enrolled at different institution: 16%
Completions (Number of awards conferred) 2018-2019
Completions are the number of awards conferred by program and award level.
sort byProgramBachelorMasterDoctorUndergraduate
Certificate
Postgraduate
Certificate
  • Data shown are for first majors.
  • (-) Program is not offered at this award level.
  • d identifies programs and award levels that are offered as a distance education program. For program category totals, d is shown if one or more programs in the category are offered as a distance education program.
Biological And Biomedical Sciences
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology11----
Biology/Biological Sciences, General272----
Category total283----
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services
Accounting224d121d---
Business Administration and Management, General1,216d1,713d8--
Business/Commerce, General1d----
Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies54d----
Finance, General177d----
Hospitality Administration/Management, General27d----
Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management0----
Management Science44d----
Marketing/Marketing Management, General170d21d---
Category total1,913d1,855d8--
Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
Advertising20d----
Communication, General-20d---
Speech Communication and Rhetoric181d----
Category total201d20d---
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
Computer and Information Sciences, General40d53d---
Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance-35d---
Computer Programming/Programmer, General12d--10-
Computer Science12----
Information Technology55d290d---
Category total119d378d-10-
Education
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching--0--
Biology Teacher Education-7d---
Chemistry Teacher Education-6d---
Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services-0d---
Curriculum and Instruction-7d---
Drama and Dance Teacher Education6----
Early Childhood Education and Teaching223d508d---
Education, General-515d---
Education/Teaching of Individuals in Early Childhood Special Education Programs0d----
Education/Teaching of Individuals with Autism-180d---
Educational Leadership and Administration, General-598d189--
Educational, Instructional, and Curriculum Supervision-238d---
Educational/Instructional Technology-130d---
Elementary Education and Teaching548d593d---
English/Language Arts Teacher Education-33d---
History Teacher Education-16d---
Mathematics Teacher Education-30---
Music Teacher Education12----
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching0----
Reading Teacher Education-509d--4d
Secondary Education and Teaching92d571d---
Social Science Teacher Education-18d---
Special Education and Teaching, General341d877d---
Teacher Education, Multiple Levels-31d--84d
Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language/ESL Language Instructor-176d--14d
Category total1,222d5,043d189-102d
Engineering
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering4----
Electrical and Electronics Engineering9----
Engineering, General0----
Mechanical Engineering27----
Category total40----
Engineering Technology and Engineering-Related Fields
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologies/Technicians, Other0----
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology/Technician0----
Category total0----
English Language and Literature/Letters
General Literature19d----
Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing52d----
Category total71d----
Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
Human Nutrition0----
Category total0----
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Spanish Language and Literature2----
Category total2----
Health Professions and Related Programs
Athletic Training/Trainer30----
Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science and Allied Professions, Other176d----
Critical Care Nursing-185--17d
Family Practice Nurse/Nursing-172--13d
Health and Wellness, General----0d
Health Information/Medical Records Administration/Administrator0d----
Hospital and Health Care Facilities Administration/Management275d201d---
Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling-40d---
Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions, Other-275d--3d
Mental Health Counseling/Counselor-509d0-58d
Nursing Administration-807d---
Nursing Practice--194d--
Psychiatric/Mental Health Services Technician100d----
Public Health, General-116d---
Public Health/Community Nurse/Nursing-156d---
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse4,367d605d--5d
Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling110d227d---
Category total5,058d3,293d194d-96d
History
History, General74d----
Category total74d----
Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services
Criminal Justice/Police Science213d----
Criminal Justice/Safety Studies-101d---
Crisis/Emergency/Disaster Management131d----
Forensic Science and Technology32----
Category total376d101d---
Natural Resources and Conservation
Environmental Science4----
Category total4----
Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies
Kinesiology and Exercise Science86----
Sport and Fitness Administration/Management163d----
Category total249d----
Physical Sciences
Chemistry, General0----
Category total0----
Psychology
Psychology, General--121--
Psychology, Other-694d--128d
Category total-694d121-128d
Public Administration and Social Service Professions
Community Organization and Advocacy302d----
Human Services, General657d----
Public Administration-271d---
Social Work230d----
Category total1,189d271d---
Social Sciences
Political Science and Government, Other79d----
Category total79d----
Theology and Religious Vocations
Bible/Biblical Studies----25d
Divinity/Ministry-46---
Religious Education264d111d---
Category total264d157d--25d
Visual and Performing Arts
Arts, Entertainment,and Media Management, General31----
Cinematography and Film/Video Production43d----
Dance, General5----
Digital Arts43d----
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General18----
Graphic Design4d----
Music, General6----
Category total150d----
Grand total11,29411,81251210351
Services and Programs for Servicemembers and Veterans
Yellow Ribbon Program (officially known as Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)
Credit for military training
Dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military servicemembers, and their families
Recognized student veteran organization
Member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges
Tuition policies specifically for Veterans and Servicemembers
Educational Benefits, 2018-2019
Number of students receiving benefits/assistance
Number of students receiving benefits/assistance:
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits - undergraduates: 3275
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits - graduates: 1729
DoD Tuition Assistance Program - undergraduates: 2566
DoD Tuition Assistance Program - graduates: 466
Average amount of benefits/assistance awarded through the institution
Average amount of benefits/assistance awarded through the institution:
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits - undergraduates: $6,482
Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits - graduates: $5,161
DoD Tuition Assistance Program - undergraduates: $2,581
DoD Tuition Assistance Program - graduates: $2,375
RETENTION RATES
RETENTION RATES FOR FIRST-TIME, DEGREE/CERTIFICATE EDUCATION BENEFIT USERS PURSUING BACHELOR'S DEGREES
RETENTION RATES FOR FIRST-TIME, DEGREE/CERTIFICATE EDUCATION BENEFIT USERS PURSUING BACHELOR'S DEGREES
Full-time students: 77%
Part-time students: 79%
Retention rate is the percentage of undergraduate students who began their studies in academic year 2013-14 and returned in academic year 2014-15
2018-2019 Varsity Athletes
NCAA Division I without footballMenWomen
All Track Combined128110
Baseball35
Basketball1815
Beach Volleyball21
Golf910
Soccer3032
Softball22
Swimming and Diving1923
Tennis88
Volleyball2318
Institutional Accreditation
AccreditorStatusNext Review Date
Higher Learning CommissionAccredited since ((!)01/01/1968)8/31/2027
Programmatic Accreditation
Accreditor / ProgramStatusNext Review Date
Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools
Theology (THEOL) - Freestanding schools, as well as programs affiliated with larger institutions, offering graduate professional education for ministry and graduate study of theologyAccredited since (02/08/2019)03/31/2026
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
Nursing (CNDNP) - Nursing education programs at the doctorate degree levelsAccredited since (09/16/2015)09/01/2020
Nursing (CNURED) - Nursing education programs at the baccalaureate degree levelsAccredited since (04/21/2001)09/01/2025
Nursing (CNURED) - Nursing education programs at the graduate degree levelsAccredited since (04/08/2006)12/31/2020
  • (!) Estimated date
  • For more detailed information on accreditation for this institution, including all actions and justification for actions, visit OPE's Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs: ope.ed.gov/dapip/#/institution-profile/101204.
On-Campus
Criminal Offenses201520162017
a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter000
b. Negligent manslaughter000
c. Rape5613
d. Fondling965
e. Incest000
f. Statutory Rape010
g. Robbery000
h. Aggravated assault331
i. Burglary112119
j. Motor vehicle theft179
k. Arson101
  • For 2016, Line (i) was changed from (15) to (21) after attending Clery Center training, when it was realized that certain burglaries from dorm rooms were being misclassified as larcenies. We now count any theft of property from a dorm room, where a roommate cannot be determined to be the suspect, as a burglary.
VAWA Offenses201520162017
a. Domestic violence121
b. Dating violence433
c. Stalking453
Arrests201520162017
a. Weapons: carrying, possessing, etc.000
b. Drug abuse violations545484
c. Liquor law violations21110
  • For 2016, Line (b) was changed from (53) to (54) after a review by the HD determined that our non-campus Clery geography was misclassified due to campus expansion now making the one mile rule apply. The one previously reported non-campus drug abuse violation in 2016 is now listed as an on campus drug violation. For 2016, Line (c) was changed from (9) to (11) after attending Clery Center training it was learned that if our state's liquor laws define possession of alcohol as being in an underage person's system, we must count these as liquor law violations. This was not done previously and our internal audit conducted after the training discovered that 2 incidents were not counted in 2016.
Disciplinary Actions201520162017
a. Weapons: carrying, possessing, etc.000
b. Drug abuse violations6545125
c. Liquor law violations187231462
  • For 2016, Line (c) was changed from (224) to (231) after attending Clery Center training it was learned that if our state's liquor laws define possession of alcohol as being in an underage person's system, we must count these as liquor law violations. This was not done previously and our internal audit conducted after the training discovered that 7 underage students were disciplined for being under the influence of alcohol.
On-Campus Student Housing Facilities
  • On-campus Student Housing Facilities statistics are a subset of On-Campus statistics.
Criminal Offenses201520162017
a. Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter000
b. Negligent manslaughter000
c. Rape3512
d. Fondling454
e. Incest000
f. Statutory Rape010
g. Robbery000
h. Aggravated assault100
i. Burglary101417
j. Motor vehicle theft000
k. Arson101
  • For 2016, Line (i) was changed from (9) to (14) after attending Clery Center training, when it was realized that certain burglaries from dorm rooms were being misclassified as larcenies. We now count any theft of property from a dorm room, where a roommate cannot be determined to be a suspect, as a burglary.
VAWA Offenses201520162017
a. Domestic violence021
b. Dating violence210
c. Stalking020
Arrests201520162017
a. Weapons: carrying, possessing, etc.000
b. Drug abuse violations222443
c. Liquor law violations073
Disciplinary Actions201520162017
a. Weapons: carrying, possessing, etc.000
b. Drug abuse violations361168
c. Liquor law violations170200416
  • For 2016, Line (c) was changed from (194) to (200) after attending Clery Center training it was learned that if our state's liquor laws define possession of alcohol as being in an underage person's system, we must count these as liquor law violations. This was not done previously and our internal audit conducted after the training discovered that 6 underage students were disciplined for being under the influence of alcohol.
  • The crime data reported by the institutions have not been subjected to independent verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Therefore, the Department cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data reported here.
  • The crime statistics displayed only includes On-Campus data associated with the main campus as listed on College Navigator. For statistics associated with each campus location, off campus data, and for additional information covering Hate Crimes, and Fire statistics see https://ope.ed.gov/campussafety.
  • The On-Campus data do not include incidents that: (a) took place on public property, including thoroughfares, streets, sidewalks, and parking facilities, that is within the campus, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus; (b) took place on any building or property owned or controlled by a student organization that is officially recognized by the institution; or (c) took place on any building or property owned or controlled by an institution that is used in direct support of, or in relation to, the institution's educational purposes, is frequently used by students, and is not within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution.
Three-year Official Cohort Default Rates
Fiscal Year201620152014
Default rate5.6%6.1%8.5%
Number in default1,7721,8402,277
Number in repayment31,48229,75226,545
Aid Programs
  • Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan)