Consumer Information Letter

 

 

Dear Current Students and Employees of Northpoint Bible College,

 

In compliance with federal law, Northpoint Bible College is required to annually notify you of certain “consumer information.” This information may be found at Northpoint Bible College’s website www.northpoint.edu, in the Student Handbook and Catalog, or on various other websites which include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

College Affordability and Transparency Center
College Navigator
Federal Student Aid

 

 

General Disclosure Information

 

 

Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):

 

Student Handbook

Undergraduate & Graduate Academic Catalog (pg. 30, 60-61)

US Department of Education

 

 

Academics:

 

Academic Programs

Academic Probation and Recovery Plan

Accreditation and Licensure

Appeal Process for Federal Aid

Completion and Retention Rates

Graduation, Transfer, and Placement Rates

Copyright Infringement

Disability

Disclosures and Gainful Employment Programs

Faculty and Staff/Contact Information

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Student Activities

Student Body Diversity

Textbooks

Transfer of Credits

Withdrawal and Refund Policies

 

 

Financial Assistance:

 

Actual Costs, Tuition, and Fee Schedules*

Appeal Process for Federal Aid**

Federal Work Study

Financial Literacy

Loan Entrance and Exit Counseling, Terms of Loans, Sample Repayment Schedules, and Repayment of Loans**

Net Price Calculator*

Scholarships, Discounts, Criteria, and Forms

*Cost of Attendance: provided in the Understanding Your Financial Aid Offer brochure and the College Financing Plan sheet included with Financial Aid Offer packages; available in the Financial Aid Office.

**Disbursements of Aid/ Frequency: provided in the Understanding Your Financial Aid Offer brochure included with the Financial Aid Offer packages; available in the Financial Aid Office.

 

 

Security & Fire Safety Report:

 

NCES

Clery Report

 

 

*Special Notice* Penalties for Drug Violations:

 

If you file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and carefully read all questions, you will notice that one question asks: “Have you been convicted for the possession or sale of illegal drugs for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid (such as grants, work-study, or loans)?” If yes, you would answer, “yes”.  If no, you would answer “no.” Please note: A conviction for any drug offense while receiving Title IV (federal) aid will result in a loss of eligibility for all Title IV aid.