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Student Right to Know Information

The following is made available to the public in accordance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), in attempt to increase accessibility of information.

Additional Information: The Consumer Information  page on the PSC Web site provides information resources on the following:

  • Names of associations, agencies, and/or governmental bodies that accredit, approve, or license the school and its programs, and the procedures by which a student may receive a copy for review of the school's accreditation, licensure, or approval
  • Special facilities and services available to disabled students
  • The costs of attending PSC (tuition and fees; books and supplies; and applicable transportation costs) and any additional costs of the program in which you are enrolled or have expressed an interest
  • Refund policies and official withdrawal procedures
  • Degree programs, training, and other education offered
  • The instructional, laboratory, and other physical plant facilities associated with PSC
  • PSC Catalog
  • List of faculty and other instructional personnel
  • Prairie State College Campus and Extension Sites
  • General institutional issues
  • Education statistics
  • Campus crime report
  • FERPA Policy - This form describes the College's compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
  • Drug abuse prevention information
  • Drug Conviction and Your Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid Information, including:
    • Types of need-based and non-need based federal financial aid available to Prairie State College students
    • Types of need-based and non-need based state and local aid programs, school aid programs, and other private programs
    • How students apply for financial aid and how eligibility is determined
    • How Prairie State College distributes aid among students
    • The rights and responsibilities of students receiving institutional aid
    • The rights and responsibilities of students receiving federal aid
    • How and when federal funds are disbursed
    • How and when institutional grants and scholarships are disbursed
    • The terms of, schedules for, and the necessity of loan repayment and required exit counseling
    • The criteria for measuring Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (FASAP) and how a student who has failed to maintain FASAP may reestablish eligibility for federal aid
  • Availability of SFA funds for study abroad programs
  • Individual state financial aid agencies
  • Other information