Consumer Disclosure Information

As a student, it is important to know where to find helpful information about the institution as you progress through your program. In accordance with federal law, this consumer disclosure sheet is intended to help you locate some of that information.

OUTCOMES INFORMATION

INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION DISCLOSURES

  • Information on Institutional and Program Accreditation, Approval and Licensure:
    All information on institutional and program accreditation, approval and licensure is listed in the institution’s catalog.
  • Transfer of Credit Policies:
    This information is included in the institution’s catalog in the section entitled Transfer of Credits.
  • Student Body Diversity (included information regarding percentage of enrolled students based on gender, race, ethnicity, and Pell Grant recipients):
    This information is included in the Student Right to Know and Other Outcomes Information, which is available from the director of admissions or any of the admissions representatives. This information is also available online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/students-right-to-know/.
  • Information on Academic programs, Satisfactory Academic Progress, Faculty Information and Institutional Facilities:
    Information on academic programs offered, the institution’s satisfactory academic progress policy, faculty information and a description of the institution’s facilities are listed in the institution’s catalog.
  • Information on the institutional Refund Policy, Withdrawal Process and Return of Title IV Policy:
    Information on the institutional refund policy, the process to officially withdraw from the institution and the requirements for return of Title IV, HEA grant or loan aid are listed in the institution’s catalog.
  • Services for Students or Disabilities:
    This information is included in the institution’s catalog in the section entitled Student Disability Services/Accommodations and is also available from the director of Academic Affairs.

CRIME, SAFETY AND HEALTH DISCLOSURES

  • Drug Violation Disclosure:
    This information is contained in the Drug-Free Schools Annual Disclosure included in the enrollment packet, which is available from your admissions representative. This can also be found online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/drug-free-schools-annual-disclosure/.
  • Copyright Infringement Policy:
    This information is contained in the Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Policy included in the enrollment packet, which is available from the director of admissions or any of the admissions representatives.  This can also be found online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/peer-to-peer-file-sharing-policy/.It is the intention of our school to strictly enforce a policy of zero tolerance for copyright violations and to comply with all applicable laws and regulations.  Any student who engages in the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, is subject to sanctions under the Code of Student Conduct.  Additionally, a person found to have committed a copyright violation may be liable for civil liabilities, including up to $150,000 for each separate act of infringement, and may be subject to criminal prosecution.
  • Annual Security Report:
    The Annual Security Report is distributed to all students by October 1 each year. A copy of the most recent Annual Security Report is available from any admissions representative.  This can also be found online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/clery-title-ix/.
  • Reporting of Hate Crimes:
    This information is published in the Annual Security Report, which is updated and distributed to all students by October 1 each year.
  • Emergency Response and Evacuation Policies:
    This information is published in the Annual Security Report, which is updated and distributed to all students by October 1 each year.
  • Information for Victims of Crimes:
    A victim of a crime is entitled to certain protections under federal law and should contact the college president for additional information.
  • Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):
    For information on students’ rights under FERPA is in the institution’s catalog and Notification of Rights under FERPA, which is available from any admissions representative. This can also be found at https://www.afa.edu/resources/notification-of-rights-under-ferpa/.

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID DISCLOSURES

  • Cost of Attendance:
    The cost of attending school depends on a student’s program of study. Information on the cost of a specific program is available from the Director of Financial Aid.  This information is also provided in the institution’s catalog and on the Program Disclosures, which is available from the director of admissions or any of the admissions representatives.  This information is also available online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/program-disclosures/.
  • Loan Terms and Conditions:
    This information is included in the Master Promissory Note, which is available in the Financial Aid office.
  • Median Loan Debt:
    This information is included in the Program Disclosures, which is available from the director of admissions or any of the admissions representatives. This information is also available online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/program-disclosures/.
  • Entrance Counseling:
    This information is included online at studentaid.gov. this information is also available in the Financial aid office.
  • Exit Counseling:
    This information is included online at studentaid.gov. this information is also available in the Financial aid office.
  • Financial Assistance Information:
    This information is available in the Financial Aid Office.
  • Preferred Lender Information:
    This information is available from the Financial Aid Office, and is also available online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/preferred-lender-list/.
  • Private Education Loan Disclosures:
    Private education loan information is available directly from the lender.
  • National Student Loan Data System:
    This information is included online at studentaid.gov. This information is also available in the Financial aid office.
  • Voter Registration:
    Go to eac.gov and click on “Resources for Voters” then “Register to Vote” to find registration forms that you can download and fill out. Paper voter registration information can be found in the Financial Aid office.
  • Textbook Information:
    The Sky Shop manager can provide a list of all required textbooks for a program. This list includes the product information retail prices.
  • Student Loan Code of Conduct:
    The student Loan Code of conduct is located online at https://www.afa.edu/resources/student-loan-code-of-conduct/.

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