Consumer Information

Consumer Information fulfills NSCC's compliance with disclosure requirements under Title IV by providing specified information to prospective and current students, applicants, and employees. This page provides an index of the requirements with links to each requirement's information.

If you need a hard copy or any assistance obtaining the information listed, please contact the relevant office: Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information.

NSCC Consumer Information on College Navigator Website
Includes Financial Aid, Retention Rates, Graduation/Transfer-out Rates, and Crime Statistics.


College and Program Accreditation

Complaint Process Concerning Accreditation and Fraud

Goals for Student Achievement

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions

Computer Use and File Sharing - Copyright Infringement

Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities

Access Center

Access Center and ADA

Access Center and Student and Faculty-Staff Responsibilities

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Privacy of Student Records - Family Education Rights and Privacy Act

Confidentiality of Student Records

US Department of Education FERPA Policy

Policy Statement of Non-Discrimination

Student Activities

Calendar of Events

Student Body Information

Student Body by Gender

Student Body Diversity by Ethnic Group

Student Body - Financial Aid Recipients

Student Outcomes

Employment Outcomes for Graduates - Job Placement

Graduation and Transfer-out Rates

Student Complaint Procedures

Complaints Regarding Student Loans

Grade Appeal Policy and Procedures

Student Complaints

TBR Program Integrity Student Complaint Form

Reporting Fraud, Waste or Abuse

Student Policy Handbook

Student Rights and Freedoms

Tuition and Fees

Veterans Affairs Information

Voter Registration

Gainful Employment Information

The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to disclose information about Gainful Employment certificate programs. Gainful employment programs encompass any Title IV financial aid eligible programs that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation.

Please visit the U.S. Department of Education’s Gainful Employment website for additional information.

Gainful Employment Disclosure Information Reviewing Tips

Program length assumes that a student successfully completes a full-time load (12+ credit hours) in a continuous succession of fall and spring semesters and that the student has already completed any Learning Support course work (if required).

  • Program lengths listed are in compliance with Financial Aid regulations.
  • Individual completion time of the program may vary.

Supply costs are not included in the total book costs.

  • Book costs may vary according to the purchase of new, used, e-book, or rental fee.

In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations, the median loan debt or the number of graduates completing the program on time will not be disclosed when there are fewer than 10 graduates in a program.

Gainful Employment Technical Certificate Programs and Disclosures

Academic Information

Educational Programs

Academic Divisions and Programs

Degrees and Certificates

Catalog Programs of Study

Academic Program Inventory (API)

Faculty and Administration

Campus Directory

General Academic Information

NSCC Catalog

NSCC Campuses

Campus Locations and Directions

Textbook Information

Online Bookstore

Transfer of Credit and Articulation Agreements

Transfer Credit Policy and Procedures

Transfer Articulation Agreements

Withdrawals and Procedures

Refund Policy

Requirements for Withdrawal

Return of Title IV Funds