The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires colleges and universities to publicly disclose various aspects of their policies and procedures. The information provided is to aid families in making the best college decision possible for them and their future.
Annually, Embry-Riddle distributes to all students, via the campus student handbook or university website, a notice of the availability of the information that is required to be made available to students under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
Embry-Riddle makes available to any public consumer general institutional information regarding the consumer information found on the Department of Education College Navigator website, Student Diversity, Student Achievement, Accreditation, Copyright and Computer Sharing Policies, etc.
Note: The above are specific to all Embry-Riddle campuses.
Embry-Riddle makes available to prospective and enrolled students along with their parents financial aid information regarding assistance available from Federal, State, Local, and Institutional Programs, Code of Conduct, Preferred Lender arrangements, etc.
Note: The above is specific to all Embry-Riddle campuses
Embry-Riddle annually publishes Campus Safety and Security reports and notices for each campus by October 1st. These reports and notices provide information regarding security services and procedures, crime prevention programs, and statistics via the Fire log and Clery Act Report.
Embry-Riddle Worldwide annually publishes a Campus Safety and Security Survey, by October 1 which captures all crime statistics for the academic year. To review a copy of this survey report for each site within the Worldwide campus network, please refer to the Campus Crime Statistics Report for each site: