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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.

Consumer information statement

SWIC provides specific consumer, textbook and gainful employment information to current and prospective students through this website and printed materials.

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 the Student Handbook page.

For textbook information, go to swic.edu/bookstore or visit the Barnes & Noble bookstores at the Belleville or Sam Wolf Granite City campuses.

General information

SWIC Facts > >
Locations
Academic programs
Degrees offered
Graduation statistics
College budget

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

Accreditation

Accreditation > >
College accreditation
Program accreditation
Academic Quality Improvement Program

Alumni services

Copyright notice

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Submissions of copyright infringement notifications must conform to the requirements specified in the DMCA.

Disability services

Educational expenses

Business Office > >
Tuition and fees
Refund policy
Payment plans
Payment information

Textbook information > >
Find the title and cost of required textbooks

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

Family Educational Rights & Privacy

FERPA > >
To prevent disclosure of directory information, download the request form.

Financial aid & scholarships

Financial Aid and Student Employment Office > >
Applying for Financial Aid
Financial Aid Office
External Scholarships

SWIC Foundation > >
Scholarships for SWIC students

Veteran Services > >

New student orientation

Student life

Athletics Department > >
Intercollegiate sports

College Activities > >
Student groups
Voter registration

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 > >

Transferring to another school

Illinois Articulation Initiative – general education courses

Transferology is a part of the iTransfer site for all Illinois students and academic advisors that tells you not only what courses transfer, but how they count toward a specific bachelor’s degree, too!
Paralegal Studies articulation agreements > >