The Student Right to Know Law: Report on Completion or Graduation Rates for Student Athletes
20 U.S.C § 1092; 34 CFR §§ 668.41 and 668.48
By July 1st of each year, an institution that offers athletically related student aid must submit a report to the Secretary of Education that covers the 1-year period ending August 31 of the previous year. If the school is a member of the NCAA, the NCAA satisfies the individual institution's responsibility to provide prospective student-athletes and their parents, high school coach and guidance counselor their report on completion or graduation rates for student athletes by distributing the NCAA compilation of graduation rate statistics to all secondary schools in the United States.
The Student Right to Know Law: Information on Completion or Graduation Rates
20 U.S.C § 1092; 34 CFR §§ 668.41 and 668.45
The disclosure date is July 1 following 150% of the normal time for completion/graduation from its programs. Completion of the Graduation Rate Survey (GRS) (part of IPEDS reporting done in March -April meets the reporting requirements of the Student Right to Know Law).
Program Participation Agreements and IPEDS
20 U.S.C. § 1094(a)(17); 34 C.F.R. § 100.6; 29 C.F.R. §§ 1602.48-50
As part of the program participation agreements signed in connection with financial aid, an institution must complete surveys conducted as a part of the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) or any other Federal postsecondary institution data collection effort, as designated by the Secretary, in a timely manner and to the satisfaction of the Secretary. Filing the required IPEDS forms also fulfills certain reporting requirements under Titles VI and VII and the ADA.
Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and ISBN Textbook Provision
Effective July 1, 2010 (to the maximum extent feasible) each school shall disclose the International Standards Book Number ("ISBN") and retail price for required and recommended textbooks and supplemental materials for each course listed on the schedule (posted on the web or printed course schedule). If no ISBN is available, the institution may provide the textbook's author, title, publisher, and copyright date. If the disclosure is not practical for a certain text, a designation of *to be determined* can be noted. Written course schedules should indicate where on the university web page this info will be posted. HEOA encourages schools to disseminate information regarding book rentals, used textbooks, buy back programs, and alternative delivery programs or other cost saving strategies. Schools shall make available to the college bookstore, upon request, the most accurate information regarding the course schedule for the next academic period and for each course offered, the information described above, the number of students enrolled in such course, and the maximum enrollment for each class.
Higher Education Act of 1965 and Higher Education Amendments of 1998
20 U.S.C. § 1011f (see also January)
By January or July 31 of each year, whichever is sooner depending on the time of the gift, a postsecondary institution must file a disclosure report about ownership or control by, or contracts with or gifts from foreign sources. The institution shall file a disclosure report with the Department of Education for gifts and contracts of $250,000 or more received within a calendar year.