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Disclosures of Consumer Information

Each year City Vision College publishes several disclosures of consumer information. This notice is published yearly by July 1. These disclosures can all be found on the City Vision College web site.

1) Tuition and Other Institutional Charges and Financial Assistance Available to Enrolled Students

Interested individuals can find information concerning tuition and fee charges, estimates of books, refund policies, return of Title IV repayment policies, schedules, student deferment information, and procedures for officially withdrawing from the institution in the official College Catalog.   There are also sections of the college web site dedicated to these topics: 

  • The Tuition and Fees page has details of financial charges to students and refund policies.
  • The Financial Aid page describes the various types of tuition assistance available to students.
  • See the Academic Calendar for a schedule of when courses are offered.
  • Our Online Bookstore lists the books used in the various courses.

2) Institution Information that Pertains to Academic Programs and Accreditation

This information is published yearly in the official College Catalog which provides information on current programs, faculty, accreditation and special services available to disabled students.  The following sections of the college web site also offer information on these topics:

3) Institution Completion or Graduation Rates

City Vision College publishes its course completion and graduation rates annually by January 31.   For 2011, the average completion rate for all City Vision College courses was 85%.  The average graduate rate in our degree completion programs is 58%.  These rates are not disaggregated by gender, races or recipients of federal student aid  because the number of students in such group is insufficient to yield statistically reliable information and reporting may reveal personally identifiable information about an individual student.

Last year, graduates of City Vision College attended graduate schools offering masters degrees in theology, counseling, and nonprofit management.
4) Institutional Security Policies and Crime Statistics
City Vision College is a 100% online institution and is not required to submit annual crime statistics in order to comply with the requirements of the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.”

5) Information on Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Data

As an online institution, City Vision College has no athletic programs.

6) Rights Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

To learn about students' rights and responsibilities with regard to their academic records, visit our FERPA policy page.

7) Alcohol and Drug Campus Policy

City Vision College is committed to promoting a drug-free learning environment. The College has a vital interest in maintaining a safe and healthy environment for the benefit of its employees and students. Dignity and self-respect are essential components to the mission of the College. The use of performance-impairing drugs can impair judgment and increase the risk of injuries. Consistent with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226), all students and employees are advised that individuals who violate Federal, State or Local laws and campus policies are subject to College disciplinary action and criminal prosecution. 
 
The possession, use or distribution of a controlled substance or dangerous drugs, or any drug unlawful to possess, e.g. marijuana, except as expressly permitted by law, is a violation of law and of campus policy. Penalties may  include required participation in and completion of appropriate rehabilitation programs in addition to federal, state and local sanctions. Students should be aware there are significant psychological and physiological health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and alcohol. Physical addiction, loss of control and withdrawal syndrome as well as serious damage to vital organs of the body can result from drug and alcohol abuse. The following resources are available for assisting employees with possible problems of chemical abuse:

Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
- National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- The Drug Enforcement Administration of the U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Drug Trafficking Penalties

8)Peer-to-Peer File Sharing and Copyright Law

It is illegal to reproduce and distribute copyrighted music, movies, television shows, books, articles, pictures, software and other copyrighted materials specifically through the use of peer-to-peer (P2P) networks.  This information describes the practice, infringement and penalties of violating U.S. Copyright Laws through the use of peer-to-peer file sharing.

9) Review the City Vision College Policy on Satisfactory Academic Progress.

10) Review the City Vision College Return to Title IV Policy

11) Student Complaint process.  Students wishing to register a formal complaint with City Vision College may do so by sending an e-mail to mliimatta@cityvision.edu. If the complaint is not satisfactorily resolved and the student wishes to take the matter further, City Vision can provide additional contacts with the appropriate oversight agencies. 

If you are not able to get a satisfactory resolution from the college, you may contact:

  • Missouri Department of Higher Education - Contact Us page.
  • Our accreditator, the Distance Education and Training Council.  Visit their Student Services page.

Questions or comments regarding the consumer information release may be directed to Rev. Michael Liimatta, Director, City Vision College, 3101 Troost Ave. Suite 200, Kansas City MO 64109-1845.  Phone: (816) 960-2008(816) 960-2008

 

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