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Considering a New Career?

The Academy of Radio & Television Broadcasting, the nation’s leading hands-on training facility!

The Academy is a nationally accredited school that provides you with the skills you need for an exciting career in Radio and Television Production. Real world training at the Academy takes months, not years. You are coached one-on-one with working Radio and Television Production professionals, not just instructors. Academy graduates are working as On-Air Personalities, Newscasters, Sports Reporters, Producers, Promotion Directors, Voice-Over Artists, also as on Camera News and Entertainment Reporters, Camera Operators, Video Editors, Commercial Producers and Director
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About the Academy

For over 34 years, the Academy has trained thousands of people just like you who are now working in the broadcasting industry. Academy graduates are working at I-Heart Radio Stations, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNN,  Univision Television, Infinity Broadcasting, Emmis Broadcasting, Viacom, Entravision, Salem Broadcasting, Clear Channel Radio, ESPN, Universal Studios, BET, WB, Telemundo and at numerous Production and TV stations around the country.

Successful Academy Grads

The Academy graduates are working at some of the biggest and most exciting radio stations in Los Angeles including POWER 106, KLSX, KOST, KNX, KDAY, KROQ, KABC, KFI, KABC, KRTH, The Sound,  KLSX, KYSR, KIIS-FM, KLOS, KXOL, LATINO 96.3, and other highly rated stations in great markets around the country!

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Radio

Be ON the Air

If anyone has ever told you that you should be on the radio, or that you have a good voice, or if you have ever thought ‘Hey, I can do that!’ then this is the program for you!

Hands On Training

The Radio Broadcasting Course is a complete, comprehensive training workshop which combines hands-on training and live broadcasting from fully equipped studios.

Broadcast LIVE

More than half of your time is spent in the studios; you’ll be on the air, doing newscasts, and in commercial production utilizing state-of-the-art technology.

Many radio job opportunities

Weekly lectures/workshops include radio programming, commercial production, news, voice-overs, sportscasting, copywriting, music programming, station management, and broadcast sales.

Get that dream job!

In addition, The Academy offers 26 weeks of Vocal Coaching where we teach voice, diction and speaking techniques. As you get ready to graduate, we offer career guidance to help you get the job you want!

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Television Production

Get behind the scenes

Get behind the scenes

If you ever wanted to work in the Film or Television industry – this course is for you! This exciting course prepares students for positions in front of the camera, as well as in behind the scenes production.

 The Academy of Radio and Television Broadcasting

Learn to shoot on location

The Television/Video Production Course is an extensive hands-on training workshop where students participate in television productions in fully equipped studios and on location shoots.

 The Academy of Radio and Television Broadcasting

Train on industry equipment

You train on professional broadcast cameras, utilize linear and non-linear computers for editing, learn lighting and audio techniques for film and TV. Learn on the equipment used in the real world.

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Direct, Produce or be in Front

You will also direct and produce commercials and shoot different types of shows. The comprehensive course also includes news and script writing, on camera reporting, and on camera talent training.

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FINANCIAL AID

Financial Aid The Academy of Radio and Television

Pell Grant

Money given to you by the Federal Government to help you pay for your tuition. Since these are grants, they do not have to be repaid.

Qualifications & Terms

Pell Grants are available for undergradute and vocational students enrolled or accepted in participating schools.

  • The maximum amount is $5920.
  • Must be accepted into current school year to apply.
Learn about other financial aid options  

Pell Grant

Financial Aid given to you by the Federal Government to help you pay for your tuition. Since these are grants, they do not have to be repaid.

Qualifications & Terms

Pell Grants are available for undergradute and vocational students enrolled or accepted in participating schools.

The maximum amount is $5920.
Must be accepted into current school year to apply.

Student Loans

The Stafford Loan is a Federally guaranteed, subsidized student loan. These are long term, low interest loans.

Qualifications & Terms

Every loan offer is based on an individual basis and need.

The Subsidized Stafford  loan has a maximum amount is $3500.
The Unsubsidized Stafford Loan has a maximum of $6,000.00 per academic year.
You make no payments on these loans until you have been out of school for six months.

Parent PLUS Loan

The Federal Parent PLUS Loan helps parents and guardians with good credit borrow up to the cost of attendance for their undergraduate children.

Qualifications & Terms

Parent PLUS Loan funds can be used for tuition, supplies, housing, and more.

The maximum amount is up to the cost of attendance.
Flexible repayment options and deferred payment for financial hardship
0.25% interest rate discount when enrolled in auto-debit

Private Educational Loans

These loans are for students who do not qualify for all or part of the Federal programs. These loans are credit based, and have similar repayment options as the Federal loan programs.

Qualifications & Terms

If you are in a continuing education program to further your education or enhance your career.

Students may need a co-signer to qualify for these loans.
Low interest rates and fees.
Flexible repayment options.

Apply with FASFA

If you would like to complete the FASFA Application online, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov. Use the school code 023424. We will call you with the results, usually 48 hours after you submit the application.

Fill out the FASFA here
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Admissions – Tuition

Admissions Qualifications- Tuition

 

Applications for admission to The Academy may be submitted any time by those at least 18 years of age and who have graduated high school or have received their GED or equivalent.

Each eligible person asking about The Academy will be invited to a no cost, no obligation personal interview. During the interview, the visitor gets a complete tour of the facilities and learns important facts about the industry, The Academy, the staff, and careers available. There is time for discussion and a question and answer period. Applicants will be given a voice/talent evaluation to see if they have the potential for a career in broadcasting. Entrance into The Academy is based, in part, on the results of that evaluation. The Academy will make reasonable accommodations for those who have mental or physical disabilities.

If English is not the applicant’s “first” language, the applicant may need to meet the minimum English Language Proficiency standard through submission of an official minimum score on the written Test of English for International Communication TOEIC or its TOEFL Internet-based test (I-BT) equivalent. The minimum score for acceptance to study broadcasting in English is 130 or higher on TOEIC test, for TOEFL, the minimum score for acceptance to study broadcasting in English 480 (Standard), 173 (Computerized), or 61(Internet). All programs are taught in English, and the institute does not offer ESL or other language courses.

Tuition for each program is $15,600.00

Students may apply for Federal financial aid to pay for the programs. Those qualifying for the full Pell grant will have their tuition obligation reduced by approximately 38%

Veterans may apply to use their post 9-11 benefits to pay for the Radio Broadcasting program, Radio Broadcasting Online, and TV Production programs.

The Academy accepts other funding sources including Vocational Rehabilitation, Scholarships, and private financing.

Tuition Payment plans are also available. The Academy accepts all major credit cards.

 

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BPPE

 

Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education

 

http://www.bppe.ca.gov/

 

Bureau approval of The Academy of Radio & TV Broadcasting

 

https://app.dca.ca.gov/bppe/view-school.asp?schlcode=3005451

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Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education Approval

Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education Website

http://www.bppe.ca.gov/

 

Bureau Approval of The Academy of Radio & TV Broadcasting

 

https://app.dca.ca.gov/bppe/view-school.asp?schlcode=3005451

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School Performance Factsheet TV/Video Production

School Performance Fact Sheet

Calendar Years 2015 & 2016

 

TV/Video Production—30 weeks

 

On Time Completion Rates (Graduation Rates)

Includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting

Calendar Year Number of Students

Who Began the Program

Students Available

For Graduation

Number of On-Time Graduates On-Time

Completion Rate

2016

2015

 

4

9

 

4

9

 

4

9

 

100%

100%

 

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

 

Job Placement Rates (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Calendar Year Number of

Students Who Began Program

Number of Graduates Graduates Available for employment Graduates Employed in the Field Placement Rate % Employed in the Field
2016

2015

4

9

 

4

9

 

4

8

 

3

6

 

75%

75%

 

 

You may obtain from the institution a list of the employment positions determined to be in the field for which a student received education and training by contacting the Career Department.

 

 

 

 

Gainfully Employed Categories

(includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Part-Time vs. Full-Time Employment

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field 20-29 Hrs/Week Graduates Employed in the Field at Least 30 Hrs/Week Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

3

6

 

0

0

 

3

6

 

 

Single Position vs. Concurrent Aggregated Position

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field in a Single Position Graduates Employed in the Field in Concurrent Aggregated Positions Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

3

6

 

0

0

 

3

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Self-Employed / Freelance Positions

Calendar Year Graduates Employed Who are Self-Employed or Working Freelance Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

3

6

 

3

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institutional Employment

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field who are Employed by the Institution, an Employer Owned by the Institution, or an Employer who Shares Ownership with the Institution Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

0

0

3

6

 

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

  • This program may result in freelance or self-employment.
  • The work available to graduates of this program is usually for freelance or self-employment.
  • This type of work may not be consistent.
  • The period of employment can range from one day to weeks to several months.
  • Hours worked in a day or week may be more or less than the traditional 8 hour work day or 40 hour work week.
  • You can expect to spend unpaid time expanding your networks, advertising, promoting your services, or honing your skills.
  • Once graduates begin to work freelance or are self-employed, they will be asked to provide documentation that they are employed as such so that they may be counted as placed for our job placement records.
  • Students initialing this disclosure understand that either a majority or all of this school’s graduates are employed in this manner and understand what comprises this work style.

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

Salary and Wage Information

(includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Annual salary and wages reported for graduates employed in the field.

Calendar Year Graduates Available for Employment Graduates Employed in Field $15,000

$20,000

$20,001

$25,000

$25,001

$30,000

$30,001

$35,000

No Salary Information Reported
2016

2015

 

4

8

 

3

6

 

        3

6

 

A list of the employers of the graduates Employed in the Field can be obtained from the Career Services Department at the School. Salary information may not have been reported to the School with respect to all of the graduates Employed in the Field.

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

Cost of Educational Program

Total charges for the program for students completing on-time in 2016: $15,300. Additional charges may be incurred if the program is not completed on-time.

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Federal Student Loan Debt

Most recent three year cohort default rate, as reported by the United States Department of Education. * The percentage of enrolled students in 2015 receiving federal student loans to pay for this program The average amount of federal loan debt of 2015 graduates who took out federal student loans at this institution The percentage of graduates in 2015 who took out federal student loans to pay for this program.
8% 89% $9500 89%

 

*The percentage of students who defaulted on their federal student loans is called the Cohort Default Rate (CDR). It shows the percentage of this school’s students who were more than 270 days (9 months) behind on their federal student loans within three years of when the first payment was due. This is the most recent CDR reported by the U.S. Department of Education.

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

This fact sheet is filed with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Regardless of any information you may have relating to completion rates, placement rates, starting salaries, or license exam passage rates, this fact sheet contains the information as calculated pursuant to state law.

Any questions a student may have regarding this fact sheet that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833, www.bppe.ca.gov, toll-free telephone number (888) 370-7589 or by fax (916) 263-1897.

 

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Student Name -Print

___________________________________                                    ____________________________

Student Signature                                                                         Date

 

______________________________________                    ____________________________

School Official                                                                               Date

 

Definitions

  • “Number of Students Who Began the Program” means the number of students who began a program who were scheduled to complete the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year and excludes all students who cancelled during the cancellation period.
  • “Students Available for Graduation” is the number of students who began the program minus the number of students who have died, been incarcerated, or been called to active military duty.
  • “Number of On-time Graduates” is the number of students who completed the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year.
  • “On-time Completion Rate” is the number of on-time graduates divided by the number of students available for graduation.
  • “Graduates Available for Employment” means the number of graduates minus the number of graduates unavailable for employment.
  • “Graduates Unavailable for Employment” means the graduates who, after graduation, die, become incarcerated, are called to active military duty, are international students that leave the United States or do not have a visa allowing employment in the United States, or are continuing their education in an accredited or bureau-approved postsecondary institution.
  • “Graduates Employed in the Field” means graduates who beginning within six months after a student completes the applicable educational program are gainfully employed, whose employment has been reported, and for whom the institution has documented verification of employment.
  • “Placement Rate Employed in the Field” is calculated by dividing the number of graduates gainfully employed in the field by the number of graduates available for employment.
  • “Salary” is as reported by graduate or graduate’s employer.
  • “No Salary Information Reported” is the number of graduates for whom, after making reasonable attempts, the school was not able to obtain salary information.

 

 

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School Performance Factsheet Radio Broadcasting

School Performance Fact Sheet

Calendar Years 2015 & 2016

 

Radio Broadcasting—30 weeks

 

On Time Completion Rates (Graduation Rates)

Includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting

Calendar Year Number of Students

Who Began the Program

Students Available

For Graduation

Number of On-Time Graduates On-Time

Completion Rate

2016

2015

11

22

 

11

22

 

11

22

 

100%

100%

 

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

 

Job Placement Rates (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Calendar Year Number of

Students Who Began Program

Number of Graduates Graduates Available for employment Graduates Employed in the Field Placement Rate % Employed in the Field
2016

2015

11

22

 

11

22

 

10

19

 

8

14

 

80%

74%

 

 

You may obtain from the institution a list of the employment positions determined to be in the field for which a student received education and training by contacting the Career Department.

 

 

 

 

Gainfully Employed Categories

(includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Part-Time vs. Full-Time Employment

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field 20-29 Hrs/Week Graduates Employed in the Field at Least 30 Hrs/Week Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

5

6

 

3

8

 

8

14

 

 

Single Position vs. Concurrent Aggregated Position

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field in a Single Position Graduates Employed in the Field in Concurrent Aggregated Positions Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

8

14

 

0

0

8

14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Self-Employed / Freelance Positions

Calendar Year Graduates Employed Who are Self-Employed or Working Freelance Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

5

6

 

8

14

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institutional Employment

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field who are Employed by the Institution, an Employer Owned by the Institution, or an Employer who Shares Ownership with the Institution Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

0

0

8

14

 

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

  • This program may result in freelance or self-employment.
  • The work available to graduates of this program is usually for freelance or self-employment.
  • This type of work may not be consistent.
  • The period of employment can range from one day to weeks to several months.
  • Hours worked in a day or week may be more or less than the traditional 8 hour work day or 40 hour work week.
  • You can expect to spend unpaid time expanding your networks, advertising, promoting your services, or honing your skills.
  • Once graduates begin to work freelance or are self-employed, they will be asked to provide documentation that they are employed as such so that they may be counted as placed for our job placement records.
  • Students initialing this disclosure understand that either a majority or all of this school’s graduates are employed in this manner and understand what comprises this work style.

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

Salary and Wage Information

(includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Annual salary and wages reported for graduates employed in the field.

Calendar Year Graduates Available for employment Graduates Employed in the Field $15,000

$20,000

$20,001

$25,000

$25,001

$30,000

$30,001

$35,000

No Salary Information Reported
2016

2015

 

10

19

 

8

14

 

        8

14

 

A list of the employers of the graduates Employed in the Field can be obtained from the Career Services Department at the School. Salary information may not have been reported to the School with respect to all of the graduates Employed in the Field.

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Cost of Educational Program

Total charges for the program for students completing on-time in 2016: $15,300. Additional charges may be incurred if the program is not completed on-time.

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Federal Student Loan Debt

Most recent three year cohort default rate, as reported by the United States Department of Education. * The percentage of enrolled students in 2015 receiving federal student loans to pay for this program The average amount of federal loan debt of 2015 graduates who took out federal student loans at this institution The percentage of graduates in 2015 who took out federal student loans to pay for this program.
8% 89% $9500 89%

 

*The percentage of students who defaulted on their federal student loans is called the Cohort Default Rate (CDR). It shows the percentage of this school’s students who were more than 270 days (9 months) behind on their federal student loans within three years of when the first payment was due. This is the most recent CDR reported by the U.S. Department of Education.

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

This fact sheet is filed with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Regardless of any information you may have relating to completion rates, placement rates, starting salaries, or license exam passage rates, this fact sheet contains the information as calculated pursuant to state law.

Any questions a student may have regarding this fact sheet that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833, www.bppe.ca.gov, toll-free telephone number (888) 370-7589 or by fax (916) 263-1897.

 

__________________________________

Student Name -Print

___________________________________                                    ____________________________

Student Signature                                                                         Date

 

______________________________________                    ____________________________

School Official                                                                               Date

 

Definitions

  • “Number of Students Who Began the Program” means the number of students who began a program who were scheduled to complete the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year and excludes all students who cancelled during the cancellation period.
  • “Students Available for Graduation” is the number of students who began the program minus the number of students who have died, been incarcerated, or been called to active military duty.
  • “Number of On-time Graduates” is the number of students who completed the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year.
  • “On-time Completion Rate” is the number of on-time graduates divided by the number of students available for graduation.
  • “Graduates Available for Employment” means the number of graduates minus the number of graduates unavailable for employment.
  • “Graduates Unavailable for Employment” means the graduates who, after graduation, die, become incarcerated, are called to active military duty, are international students that leave the United States or do not have a visa allowing employment in the United States, or are continuing their education in an accredited or bureau-approved postsecondary institution.
  • “Graduates Employed in the Field” means graduates who beginning within six months after a student completes the applicable educational program are gainfully employed, whose employment has been reported, and for whom the institution has documented verification of employment.
  • “Placement Rate Employed in the Field” is calculated by dividing the number of graduates gainfully employed in the field by the number of graduates available for employment.
  • “Salary” is as reported by graduate or graduate’s employer.
  • “No Salary Information Reported” is the number of graduates for whom, after making reasonable attempts, the school was not able to obtain salary information.

 

 

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School Performance Factsheet Radio IDL

 

School Performance Fact Sheet

Calendar Years 2015 & 2016

 

On-Line Radio Broadcasting—30 weeks

 

On Time Completion Rates (Graduation Rates)

Includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting

Calendar Year Number of Students

Who Began the Program

Students Available

For Graduation

Number of On-Time Graduates On-Time

Completion Rate

2016

2015

 

6

7

 

6

7

 

6

7

 

100%

100%

 

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

 

Job Placement Rates (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Calendar Year Number of

Students Who Began Program

Number of Graduates Graduates Available for employment Graduates Employed in the Field Placement Rate % Employed in the Field
2016

2015

 

6

7

 

6

7

 

6

6

 

5

5

 

83%

83%

 

You may obtain from the institution a list of the employment positions determined to be in the field for which a student received education and training by contacting the Career Department.

 

 

 

 

Gainfully Employed Categories

(includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Part-Time vs. Full-Time Employment

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field 20-29 Hrs/Week Graduates Employed in the Field at Least 30 Hrs/Week Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

 

4

4

 

1

1

 

5

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Single Position vs. Concurrent Aggregated Position

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field in a Single Position Graduates Employed in the Field in Concurrent Aggregated Positions Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

 

5

5

 

0

0

 

5

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Self-Employed / Freelance Positions

Calendar Year Graduates Employed Who are Self-Employed or Working Freelance Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

 

4

4

 

5

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institutional Employment

Calendar Year Graduates Employed in the Field who are Employed by the Institution, an Employer Owned by the Institution, or an Employer who Shares Ownership with the Institution Total Graduates Employed in the Field
2016

2015

 

0

0

5

5

 

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

  • This program may result in freelance or self-employment.
  • The work available to graduates of this program is usually for freelance or self-employment.
  • This type of work may not be consistent.
  • The period of employment can range from one day to weeks to several months.
  • Hours worked in a day or week may be more or less than the traditional 8 hour work day or 40 hour work week.
  • You can expect to spend unpaid time expanding your networks, advertising, promoting your services, or honing your skills.
  • Once graduates begin to work freelance or are self-employed, they will be asked to provide documentation that they are employed as such so that they may be counted as placed for our job placement records.
  • Students initialing this disclosure understand that either a majority or all of this school’s graduates are employed in this manner and understand what comprises this work style.

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

Salary and Wage Information

(includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Annual salary and wages reported for graduates employed in the field.

Calendar Year Graduates Available for employment Graduates Employed in the Field $15,000

$20,000

$20,001

$25,000

$25,001

$30,000

$30,001

$35,000

No Salary Information Reported
2016

2015

6

6

 

5

5

 

        5

5

 

A list of the employers of the graduates Employed in the Field can be obtained from the Career Services Department at the School. Salary information may not have been reported to the School with respect to all of the graduates Employed in the Field.

 

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Cost of Educational Program

Total charges for the program for students completing on-time in 2016: $15,300. Additional charges may be incurred if the program is not completed on-time.

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Federal Student Loan Debt

Most recent three year cohort default rate, as reported by the United States Department of Education. * The percentage of enrolled students in 2015 receiving federal student loans to pay for this program The average amount of federal loan debt of 2015 graduates who took out federal student loans at this institution The percentage of graduates in 2015 who took out federal student loans to pay for this program.
8% 89% $9500 89%

 

*The percentage of students who defaulted on their federal student loans is called the Cohort Default Rate (CDR). It shows the percentage of this school’s students who were more than 270 days (9 months) behind on their federal student loans within three years of when the first payment was due. This is the most recent CDR reported by the U.S. Department of Education.

Student Initials__________ Date_______

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

This fact sheet is filed with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Regardless of any information you may have relating to completion rates, placement rates, starting salaries, or license exam passage rates, this fact sheet contains the information as calculated pursuant to state law.

Any questions a student may have regarding this fact sheet that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833, www.bppe.ca.gov, toll-free telephone number (888) 370-7589 or by fax (916) 263-1897.

 

__________________________________

Student Name -Print

___________________________________                                    ____________________________

Student Signature                                                                         Date

 

______________________________________                    ____________________________

School Official                                                                               Date

 

Definitions

  • “Number of Students Who Began the Program” means the number of students who began a program who were scheduled to complete the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year and excludes all students who cancelled during the cancellation period.
  • “Students Available for Graduation” is the number of students who began the program minus the number of students who have died, been incarcerated, or been called to active military duty.
  • “Number of On-time Graduates” is the number of students who completed the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year.
  • “On-time Completion Rate” is the number of on-time graduates divided by the number of students available for graduation.
  • “Graduates Available for Employment” means the number of graduates minus the number of graduates unavailable for employment.
  • “Graduates Unavailable for Employment” means the graduates who, after graduation, die, become incarcerated, are called to active military duty, are international students that leave the United States or do not have a visa allowing employment in the United States, or are continuing their education in an accredited or bureau-approved postsecondary institution.
  • “Graduates Employed in the Field” means graduates who beginning within six months after a student completes the applicable educational program are gainfully employed, whose employment has been reported, and for whom the institution has documented verification of employment.
  • “Placement Rate Employed in the Field” is calculated by dividing the number of graduates gainfully employed in the field by the number of graduates available for employment.
  • “Salary” is as reported by graduate or graduate’s employer.
  • “No Salary Information Reported” is the number of graduates for whom, after making reasonable attempts, the school was not able to obtain salary information.

 

 

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