Consumer Information

The information on the Consumer Information page is provided to prospective and current students and employees as required by federal law through The Higher Education Opportunity Act (Public Law 110-315). Information on the site includes financial assistance opportunities, graduation rates, student loan default rates, crime statistics, campus safety programs, policies related to alcohol and illegal drugs, average student indebtedness and data pertaining to NCAA athletic participation. We hope this site will help students make informed decisions in the college selection process and become more aware of the relevant policies, procedures, and reporting requirements of the University.

Data from National Center for Education Statistics

Each year Dominican University submits reports to the federal Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System (IPEDS) that include data related to institutional finances, human resources, student financial aid, admissions, enrollment, graduation rates, and awards/degrees conferred in accordance with federal guidelines and definitions.
All finalized data is publicly available in searchable/downloadable format at: NCES College Navigator










Additional reports, including historical versions of the ones presented here, are available in the OIE document library, accessible to Dominican University community members only.