Consumer Information

As a result of the 1998 HEA amendments we are required to provide you with a list of required consumer disclosures. We have given you a brief description of the disclosure information and how to obtain the complete information. If you need further assistance after reading the various publications or contacting the individual departments, we ask that you contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Services.

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (applies to enrolled and former students).

  • Right to and procedures for inspecting and reviewing a student’s educational records
  • Right to and procedures for requesting amendment of a student’s education records
  • Right to consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records
  • Right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education
  • Right to obtain a copy of the student Records Policy

Copies of the student Records Policy are available upon request in the Admission Office, Alumni Office, Business Office, Office of Student Financial Aid Services, Registrar’s Office, and Student Life Office.   

Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) Loan Deferments for Performed Services   

Terms and Conditions of deferments for:   

  • Service in the Peace Corps
  • Service under the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973
  • Comparable volunteer service for tax exempt organization of demonstrated effectiveness in the field of community service

This information is available upon request in the Office of Student Financial Aid Services.

Available Financial Assistance

Description of all available federal, state, local, private and institutional financial need-based and non-need-based assistance programs, and for each program a description of:

  • Application form and procedures
  • Student eligibility requirements
  • Selection criteria
  • Criteria for determining the amount of a student’s award

Rights and Responsibilities of students receiving Title IV and other financial aid, including:

  • Criteria for continued eligibility
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress standards and criteria to reestablish eligibility if students fails to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Method and frequency of financial aid disbursements
  • Terms of any loans received, sample loan repayment schedules and the necessity for repaying loans
  • General conditions and terms applicable to student employment offered as part of the Award Letter
  • Entrance and Exit Counseling information required to be provided and to be collected from student borrowers of the FFEL or Federal Perkins Loan

This information is available in the Office of Student Financial Aid Services and in the:

  • Award Notification Booklet
  • College Catalog

Institutional Information

  • Cost of attending The College of Idaho
  • Refund policies
  • Requirements for officially withdrawing from school
  • Summary of requirements for the return of Title IV grant or loan for withdrawn students
  • Information regarding C of I’s academic programs
  • Accreditation Information
  • Statement that enrollment in a study abroad program approved for credit may be considered enrollment at C of I for the purpose of applying for Title IV assistance

This information is available in the Office of Student Financial Aid Services and in the following publications:

  • Award Notification Booklet
  • College Catalog

Campus Security Report

  • Statistics for the 3 most recent calendar years concerning occurrences of crime on campus, in or on non-campus buildings or property and public property
  • Policies regarding procedures to report crimes committed on campus, criminal actions or other emergencies and ACi’s response to such reports
  • Policies concerning the security of and access to campus facilities
  • Policies concerning campus law enforcement

This information is available from the Campus Safety Office.

Completion/Graduation Rates

  • Completion or graduation rates of degree-seeking, full-time undergraduates who graduated or completed their program within 150% of the normal time for graduation are available upon request from the Registrar’s Office

Athletic Completion/Graduation Rates

  • Number of students, by race and gender, who attended the school during the prior year
  • Number of students, by race and gender within each sport, who attended the school during the prior year and received athletically-related student aid
  • Completion or graduation rate, by race and gender, of degree-seeking, full-time undergraduates who graduated within 150% of the normal time for graduation

This information is available upon request from the Athletic Office.

Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data

  • Number of male and female full-time undergraduates
  • Required information regarding varsity teams that compete in intercollegiate athletics
  • Unduplicated number of students, by gender, who participated on at least one varsity team as of the date of the first scheduled contest
  • Revenues derived and attributable to each sport
  • Incurred expenses derived and attributable to each sport
  • Total spent on athletically-related student aid awarded to men and to women
  • Aggregate total recruiting expenses for men’s teams and for women’s teams
  • Average annual institutional salary of non-volunteer coaches of all men’s teams and women’s teams on a per person and per full-time basis
  • Average annual salary of non-volunteer assistant coaches of all men’s teams and of all women’s teams on a per person and per full-time basis

This information is available upon request from the Athletic Office.