Student Consumer Information The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires institutions to disclose specific information to the community. This allows you to make informed decisions about education at Roberts Wesleyan College and provides you with easily accessible information. General Institution Information Enrollment Data Enrollment Fact Sheet FERPA Harassment and Discrimination Policy Title IX Graduation and Completion Rates Cohort Graduation Rate Academic Information Course Catalog Degree Completion/ Adult Non-Traditional Academic Programs Degrees Conferred Faculty Class Size Graduate Academic Programs Online Programs Services for Students with Learning Disabilities Student Activities (undergraduate) Transfer Credit and Articulation Agreements Undergraduate Academic Programs Credit Hour Assignment Student Financial Information Degree Completion Financial Aid Graduate Financial Aid Refund Policy Undergraduate Assistance Available from Federal programs Undergraduate Assistance Available from State programs Undergraduate Assistance Available from Roberts Wesleyan College grants and scholarships Undergraduate Net Price Calculator Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Undergraduate Forms and Resources Student Loan Code of Conduct Disclosure Healthy and Safety Information Clery Report Campus Safety Policies and Reports Fire Safety Report Student Handbook Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures Health Services Outcomes 2016-17 Career Development Annual Report Department of Business M.S. in Strategic Leadership M.S. in Strategic Marketing Undergraduate Business Programs Teacher Education Class of 2013 Statistics by Major Teacher Education Title II Test Results Nursing Program Outcomes Licensure Pass Rates Athletics Information 2017 EADA Survey 2016 EADA Survey 2015 EADA Survey 2014 EADA Survey NCAA Graduation Rates Roberts Wesleyan College Graduation Rates 2017 EADA Report 2016 EADA Report Roberts Wesleyan College and Northeastern Seminary strive to provide excellence in education for all of our students. Any concerns or complaints should first be addressed directly with the department administration. If all grievance procedures have been followed, all avenues of appeal exhausted and documentation provided that such procedures have been exhausted, then the student has the right to file a complaint with the NYS Office of College and University Evaluation.