Student Consumer Information
The U.S. Department of Education requires institutions to disclose certain information by program, including: occupations the program prepares students to enter; on-time graduation rate; total tuition, fees, and costs for the program; certain placement rates for program graduates; and median loan debt for program graduates. This information can be found under the "Gainful Employment Disclosures" section on the program-specific pages.*
This page provides campus and institution level consumer information in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA).
*Purdue University acquired Kaplan University in March 2018 and created Purdue University Global, which is following the same curriculum format and instructional delivery methods as developed and used by Kaplan University. These disclosures are based on Kaplan University data reported prior to the acquisition.
- General Institutional Information
General Institutional Information
- Kaplan University Financial Aid Information
- Kaplan University, Hagerstown Campus Financial Aid Information
- Institutional Information
- Emergency Response Plan (Ground Campuses and Learning Center)
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) — Consumer Information
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) — Directory Information Withholding Request Form
- Grievance Process, State Agencies Contact List
- Grievance Process
- Massachusetts Consumers and Prospective Students Disclosures
- Clery Act
Campus Security and Crime Awareness (Clery Act)
- Graduation Rates
- Pell Grant
- Retention Rates
- Voter Registration
Purdue Global would like to ensure that all degree and certificate seeking students receiving federal Title IV financial aid have access to the voter registration form. Voter registration forms are located on the United States Election Assistance Commission (EAC) website. Forms are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.
The National Voter Registration Form can be used to register U.S. citizens to vote, to update registration information due to a change of name, make a change of address, or to register with a political party. The form contains voter registration rules and regulations for each state and territory. You must follow the state specific instructions listed for your state which begins on page three (3) of the form. After completing the form, you must sign your name where indicated and send the form to your state or local office for processing.
North Dakota, Wyoming and U.S. territories (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa and Guam) do not accept the National Voter Registration Form. New Hampshire accepts the form only as a request for an absentee ballot.
For additional information, you may review the Frequently Asked Questions or call the EAC at 866.747.1431 (Toll Free).
You may also contact them at the following address:
U.S. Election Assistance Commission
1335 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
- NCLEX Pass Rates
Annual First-Time Test Takers' NCLEX Pass Rates
- The NCLEX score for the Kaplan University Associate of Science in Nursing program in Cedar Falls, Iowa, in 2015 was 77.78%.
- The NCLEX score for the Kaplan University Associate of Science in Nursing program in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 2015 was 73.68%.
- The NCLEX score for the Kaplan University Associate of Science in Nursing program in Des Moines, Iowa, in 2015 was 69.7%.
- The NCLEX score for the Kaplan University Associate of Science in Nursing program in Iowa campuses combined in 2015 was 72.86%.
Note: The Iowa Board of Nursing determines compliance with the Board's minimum pass rates based on the combined average of the NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN scores for Kaplan University Iowa nursing programs.
- The NCLEX score for the Purdue Global Associate of Science in Nursing program in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 2015 was 64.29%.
- The NCLEX score for the Purdue Global Practical Nurse Diploma program in Omaha, Nebraska, in 2015 was 81.81%.
Contact the state board of nursing for its minimum NCLEX pass rate requirements.
Financial Aid Disbursement: For details of the method and frequency of financial aid disbursements, contact the Financial Aid Office or refer to the Purdue Global Financial Aid Information Guide above.
Satisfactory Academic Progress: To remain eligible for federal financial aid, students are required to maintain satisfactory academic progress toward completion of their program. Satisfactory academic progress standards are defined in the Academic Standards of the University Catalog.
Refund Policy: If you withdraw from the University up through the 60 percent point in any payment period and received federal financial aid in the form of grant or loan funds, federal law requires that the University, and in some cases, you, the student, return funds you did not earn to the U.S. Department of Education. The Refund Policy is defined in the Financial Information section of the University Catalog. Indiana, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Iowa residents should refer to their state-specific Enrollment Agreement. International students should refer to their international Enrollment Agreement.
Work Study: The Federal Work Study program provides jobs to eligible undergraduate and graduate students to assist them in meeting their educational requirements. For information, contact the Financial Aid Office or refer to the Purdue Global Financial Aid Information Guide above.
Title IX/Nondiscrimination: As required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Purdue Global does not discriminate on the basis of sex. Questions regarding Title IX may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights. For more information please see our institutional catalog.