Schiller International University Disclosures
Federal law requires that we disclose to all students the terms and conditions of repayment of all charges. We are also required to retain a signed copy (either electronic or written) of this instrument of disclosure.
All students enrolled in courses at Schiller International University must sign the disclosure statement. Not signing a disclosure statement may cause a “hold” to be placed on university records, which may prohibit registration, receipt of university transcripts, filing for leave of absence, and receipt of a university diploma.
See below the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report.
Schiller International University provides complete graduation, retention and other statistics to the general public, including prospective students, as required by the US Department of Education (“ED”) via the Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System (“IPEDS”). This is the latest graduation rate based on the IPEDS report. The latest summary of Graduation Rates is available for download and display by clicking here.
These statistics are for full-time, first-time students who began their studies in the Fall of 2013 and graduated within 150% of the “normal time” to complete their program. The IPEDs reporting data encompasses data from our United States campus only. Complete IPEDS statistics are provided by ED on their College Navigatorweb site by clicking here.
A hard copy of this report can be obtained by contacting the Campus Director of your campus.
Links to other required disclosures are provided below.
Campus Accountability Reports
Annual Safety and Security Reports
Title IX Policy
Completion/Graduation Rate Disclosures
Notice to students and prospective students: The international Business-Academics Associate’s and Masters’ and the International Relations and Diplomacy-Bachelor’s and Masters’ programs at Schiller International University – Tampa have been placed on student achievement show-cause by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60 percent.