& Student Right to Know
You Have a Right to Know at Ancilla College.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act and Student Right-To-Know (SRTK) refers to a federally mandated public disclosure that requires institutions participating in federally funded financial aid programs to make information about the institution available to the public, current and prospective students, current and prospective student loan borrowers, and current employees. In compliance with the Student Right-To-Know and Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, and the Campus Security Act of 1990, Ancilla College makes available its completion/transfer rates and Campus Crime information to all current and prospective students.
All colleges nationwide are required to participate in these disclosures, and Ancilla is committed to the principle of promoting access to information that will allow consumers to make informed decisions about post-secondary education.
Each year the college publishes a ‘Fact Book’ which includes a wide array of publicly-available reports on its students, its employees, and its finances. You are entitled to a paper copy of most information linked from this site. To request a copy, email email@example.com or phone 574-936-8898 ext.322.
Student Consumer Information
The United States Department of Education requires colleges and universities that administer federal Title IV funds to disclose certain information to prospective and enrolled students, parents and employees. The following information is provided in compliance with federal law. The Financial Aid Office is responsible for the annual update of this information. Ancilla College is authorized by name in statute as an approved institution of higher education in the state of Indiana. If you have questions regarding any of the information in the federal disclosures or would like paper copies of any of the disclosure reports, please contact the Financial Aid Office by mail, email or phone as listed on our website.
Students and prospective students with complaints may avail themselves of the complaint resolution process available through the Indiana Commission for Higher Education with a link to the Commission’s web page here.
The Ancilla College Nursing Program is licensed by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). Students and prospective students with complaints should first file internally with campus administrators and then, if necessary, with the IPLA. The agency’s complaint process can be found at the following link: https://secure.in.gov/pla/3638.htm
Fall Semester Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment Count
(for federal statistical reports, FTE equals credit hours for semester divided by 15)
DISTRIBUTION OF ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT BASED ON CREDITS TAKEN
New Student Demographic Data Summary
Ethnic Code Comparisons
Five County Primary Recruiting Area Compared to Five-Year Trend at Ancilla College
Stated Religious Affiliation of Student Body
Compares total headcount enrollment for one semester to “continuing student” count in subsequent Non-returning students include graduates, transfers, dismissals and drop-outs; not limited to only those eligible to return.
IPEDS Graduation Rate Calculation Summary
|Number of first-time, full time students in cohort||162||167||123||112||143||155|
|Number graduating within 3 years||23||17||20||20||36||49|
|(within 150% of “normal time” to graduate)||14%||10%||16%||18%||25%||32%|
|Number transfering to 4-year institution||63||57||50||41||50||42|
|Number of graduates plus transfers||86||74||70||61||86||91|
More recent and comprehensive Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) information about Ancilla College can be found at the National Center for Education Statistics.
Each year, Ancilla College publishes its Annual Security Report as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act. This current report is the 2020 report, which covers the 2019 calendar year, in addition to the previous two calendar years.
Equity in Athletics
We are committed to equity on all our athletic teams. Read our annual report here:
Indiana residents may register to vote at a license branch or credential-issuing partner location when processing any type of credential transaction. The current registration form can be found at:
The completed and signed original form, along with copies of required personal identification, must be hand-delivered or mailed to:
Marshall Co. Circuit Court Clerk
211 West Madison Street
Plymouth, IN 46563-1762
In order to be processed for the next election, the application must be postmarked or hand-delivered to the county voter registration office no later than 29 days before the next election. Some military voters and their family members can register until noon on Election Day. Contact your county voter registration office for information if you think you may qualify to do so.
Students Living and Studying in Other States
Online students in other states can find registration processes online. Just type “voter registration” and the name of your state into your favorite search engine.