- Types of Aid Available to Students
- Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Financial Assistance
- Misrepresentation and Fraud
- Eligible Career Majors for Federal Student Assistance
Information about the School’s Academic Programs, Costs, Facilities, and Policies
General Institutional Information
- Academic Programs and Courses
- Bullying Policies
- Contact Information
- Cost to Attend
- State Department of Education Cost Accounting System
- Students with Special Needs
- Textbook Information
- Withdrawal Procedures, Refunds, and Return of Aid
Student Right-to-Know Disclosures
- Visit College Navigator to view the most recent retention rates, graduation rates, student body diversity, and the percentage of Pell Grant recipients at Francis Tuttle, and find information on student body diversity.
- Visit the College Scorecard for information about graduation rates, salaries, costs, and average debt.
- Placement Rates View the most recent placement rates, click here.
- Placement Rate Methodology
Campus Crime and Safety Information
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records, including academic records (such as admissions applications, transcripts, or grades), course schedules, financial aid records, advising records, disciplinary actions, etc. The school must have written permission from the parent or eligible student to release any information from a student's education record. However, FERPA allows schools to disclose those records without consent to school officials with legitimate educational interest. A "school official" is a person employed by the institution in an administrative, supervisory, academic, or support staff position. It may also include a person serving on an institution governing body. Legitimate educational interest means a campus official, acting in the student's educational interest, who needs the information in the course of performing advisory, instructional, supervisory, or administrative duties for the institution. Written requests should be submitted to the Office of the Registrar or the department of the institution responsible for the records. Please refer to the Student Handbook for additional information on FERPA.