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.
SWIC Facts > >
- Academic programs
- Degrees offered
- Graduation statistics
- College budget
- Faculty data and student statistics
Student statistics, based on 2016-17 IPEDS surveys > >
- Student body diversity
- Fall retention rate
- Graduation/completion and transfer-out rates
- Percentage of Pell Grant recipients
- Number of students receiving athletically related student aid
Graduate Survey > >
Accreditation > >
- College accreditation
- Program accreditation
- Academic Quality Improvement Program
SWIC provides specific consumer, textbook and gainful employment information to current and prospective students through the college website and printed materials. For consumer information, visit swic.edu/consumer. For student and academic information, refer to swic.edu/catalog or visit the Academic Advising Department at any SWIC campus for a copy of the catalog. To view the Student Handbook, refer to swic.edu/student-handbook. For textbook information, go to swic.edu/bookstore or visit the Barnes & Noble bookstores at the Belleville or Sam Wolf Granite City campuses.
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