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Consumer Information

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (Public Law 110-315) (HEOA) of 2008, a reauthorization of the  Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA) requires institutions of higher education to make available to employees, and prospective and current students, information including but not limited to financial assistance opportunities, graduation rates, student loan default rates, crime statistics, campus safety programs, policies related to alcohol and illegal drugs, and average student indebtedness. 

Academic Program Information

Academic Calendar



Biennial Review - Alcohol and Other Drug Programs


Combined Annual Safety & Fire Safety Report

Copyright Policy

Cost of Attendance

Disability Services

Graduates Education Pursuits - Methodist College uses the following sources for identifying graduates continuing their education:  Graduation and Alumni Surveys, self-reports to college personnel, and data on graduates enrolling in the college's graduate programs.  College graduates have enrolled in the following degree programs:  MSN, MSW, DNP, EdD and PhD programs.

Emergency Response Procedures

File Sharing Policy

Financial Aid Code of Conduct

Institutional Research (College Demographics, Retention, and Graduation Rates)

Net Price Calculator

Refund Policy

Student Financial Assistance Programs and Eligibility Information

Student Handbook

Student Withdrawal Policies and Procedures

Transfer Credit Policies

Transfer Credit Definitions and Ratios

Tuition and Fees

Vaccination Policy

Voter Registration