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Student Right to Know

Consumer Information

The Student Right to Know Act passed in 1990 requires institutions receiving Title IX funding to provide the following information.

Retention and Graduation Rates reported to IPEDs by UW-system:
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Diversity & Equity
Academic Programs and Faculty
Cost of Attendance
Financial Aid
Transfer Students
Withdraw from the University
Refund and Return of Title IV
Students with Disabilities
Campus Crime
Complaints and Grievances


Contact and Procedure for Consumer Information and Student Right to Know:

The Accreditation Liaison Officer is responsible for verifying the update and distribution of required annual disclosures on or before October 1 of each year. Notification of availability and link to information will be included in the annual letter from the Dean of Students office. Questions or requests for information may be directed to Mary Hoffman (

For additional information regarding the topics above please contact the following departments:

Blugold Central 
  • Cost of Attendance
  • Financial Aid
  • Refund and Return Policies
  • Eligibility For Financial Aid for Study Abroad
Advising, Retention, and Career Center
  • Withdraw from the University
  • Transfers for current students


  • Prospective student transfers
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