Consumer Information

In accordance with federal financial aid programs, colleges and universities must provide a notice to prospective and current students disclosing the availability of consumer information.

Disclosure requirements include, but are not limited to: enrollment, retention, and graduation statistics; financial aid, scholarship and athletic aid information; general institutional facts; health and safety issues; student demographics; tuition rate and fees; and textbook costs.

The links below will guide you to this information.

Back to Top General information

SWIC Facts > > 

  • Locations
  • Academic programs
  • Degrees offered
  • Graduation statistics
  • College budget
  • Faculty data and student statistics

Student statistics, based on FY07-FY10 A1 and E1 data > >

Graduate Survey > > 

  • Report
  • Survey form

Back to Top Accreditation

Accreditation > > 

  • College accreditation
  • Program accreditation
  • Academic Quality Improvement Program

Back to Top Alumni services

 Alumni Program > > 

Back to Top Educational expenses

Business Office > > 

  • Tuition and fees
  • Refund policy
  • Payment plans
  • Payment information

Textbook information > > 

  • Find the title and cost of required textbooks

Back to Top Family Educational Rights & Privacy

FERPA > >  

Back to Top Financial aid & scholarships

Financial Aid and Student Employment Office > > 

  • Applying for Financial Aid
  • Financial Aid Office
  • External Scholarships
  • Veteran Services

SWIC Foundation > > 

  • Scholarships for SWIC students

Back to Top Health & safety

SWIC Public Safety Department > > 

  • Crime Prevention
  • Campus Security / Fire Safety reports
  • Emergency Plans
  • Daily open crime log

Alcohol and drug counseling and treatment > > 

Back to Top New student orientation

 New Student Orientation > > 

Back to Top Student life

Athletics Department > > 

  • Intercollegiate sports

College Activities > > 

  • Student groups
  • Voter registration

Back to Top Student rights & conduct code

Student rights and conduct > > 

  • Student Conduct Code
  • Possible Sanctions For Violations Of Student Conduct Code
  • Disciplinary Proceedings
  • Student Grievance Procedures
  • How to Report Incidents

Student disciplinary action > >