Student Right-to-Know Information
The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 requires that all institutions participating in student financial assistance programs under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 make certain types of information and statistics available to prospective and enrolled students. This information includes reports on graduation rates, athletic participation, and campus crime statistics. Federal law also mandates that information on financial aid programs, programs of study, cost of attendance, and withdrawal and refund policies be provided. Please see the links at left to access all of this information.
Information on financial aid can also be obtained by contacting the Financial Aid Office
on one of the three main campuses. Questions regarding athletic programs should be directed to the Athletics Director (601.928.6224). Questions pertaining to graduation rate reports should be addressed to the Office of Institutional Research and Planning (contact info can be found here
). All other institutional information requests should be directed to the Admissions Office
on the applicable campus or center.