Student Right to Know
Briarcliffe College is committed to providing information that can help prospective students make an informed decision about their educational options. The information provided on this page is intended to further that effort. Additional information can be furnished by the local campus you are interested in attending.
CONSUMER INFORMATION REPORT
Consumer information, sometimes referred to as Student Right to Know information, is provided to students and employees as required by the U.S. Department of Education. This document includes information on policies such as the return of Title IV funds when a student withdraws, FERPA, voter registration, drug and alcohol abuse prevention, among others.
Graduation rates by race/ethnicity, gender, and Pell/Stafford Loan recipients are available here.
To access Gainful Employment and Other Student Disclosures information for programs of study offered by Briarcliffe College, please
CAMPUS SECURITY REPORT
The Annual Security Report includes information about the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy, the Campus Crime Statistics Report, and information about Title IX.
Articulation agreements are formal, written agreements between two campuses. They define how courses taken at one school can be used to satisfy academic requirements in a program at another school. Schools that have entered into articulation agreements with Briarcliffe are listed here. These articulation agreements may not be applicable for all courses offered.
Many student complaints can be resolved through discussion with the appropriate instructor or staff member and the use of this grievance procedure, and we encourage students to make contact at the first indication of a problem or concern. This document describes the steps the student should follow so that the problem can be fully and fairly investigated and addressed.
KEYWORDS AND/OR SEARCH PHRASES
The keywords and/or search phrases used in your search leading you to this website may or may not be related to services or programs of study provided by Briarcliffe College.
Not every campus offers every program of study that appears on this site. Please refer to the school specific catalog for the location you would like to attend to find out which programs of study are available. Not all programs of study are available to residents of all states.
REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY THIRD-PARTIES
You may have been directed to this site, or been contacted, by a third-party that may or may not be affiliated with Briarcliffe College. Briarcliffe College is not responsible for the representations made by such third-parties and if you believe that you have been directed to this site, or contacted, by such a third-party you should verify the information they have provided you with a Briarcliffe College Admissions Representative prior to enrollment.
EMPLOYMENT AND/OR SALARY ARE NOT GUARANTEED
Prospective students are encouraged to independently research career prospects and potential salaries, which are not guaranteed as a result of enrolling in or completing a program of study at Briarcliffe College.
Any job titles referenced on this website or in Briarcliffe College’s marketing materials in connection to a specific program of study are examples of certain potential jobs that may utilize material covered in the program of study, not a guarantee that graduates will be hired for those jobs upon completion of the program.
ACCREDITATION AND LICENSURE
Information regarding Briarcliffe College’s institutional and programmatic accreditation, and state licensure, can be found here.
Information about programs and school policies, including transfer credit, tuition and fees, financial aid, admissions and graduation requirements and more can be found in Briarcliffe College’s online
DO NOT CALL REQUESTS
In compliance with federal regulations, Briarcliffe College maintains a do not call list. To be placed on this list, please send an email with your request to email@example.com.
Terms and Conditions
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