The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), also known as Public Law 110-315 or the Student Right-to-Know Act, was enacted on August 14, 2008, and reauthorizes the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA).

The University of Rochester, in compliance with student consumer information regulations, is making this information available to prospective students, parents, prospective staff, current students, current staff, and the public.


Academic Programs

Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs

Articulation Agreement

Career and Job Placement Services

College Navigator

Computer Use and File Sharing

Copyright Infringement−Policies and Sanctions

Cost of Attendance


Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities


Net Price Calculator

Privacy of Student Records − Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Refund Policy and Return of Title IV, Federal Financial Aid

Requirements for Withdrawal

  • The College (undergraduate)
  • Eastman School of Music
  • School of Medicine and Dentistry, Graduate Education
  • School of Medicine and Dentistry, Medical Education
  • School of Nursing
  • Simon Business School
  • University Graduate Studies
  • Warner School of Education

Student Activities

Student Diversity

Textbook Information


Transfer of Credit Policies


Fact Sheet: The College of Arts, Sciences and Engineering

Retention and Graduation Rates for Aid Recipients (Student Right-to-Know Act)

Transfer-out Rates (Student Right-to-Know Act)

Graduation Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid (Student Right-to-Know Act)

Transfer-out Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid (Student Right-to-Know Act)

Graduate and Professional Education Placement for Undergraduates

Graduate and Professional Education Placement for Graduates

Licensure Pass Rates

Student Achievement Measurement

  • The Student Achievement Measure is supported by six sponsoring associations, working together to provide a more comprehensive and accurate picture of student progress and completion as students move across institutions and state boundaries.

Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act):

  • For the report on the University of Rochester’s athletic program’s participation rates and financial support data pursuant to the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, go to the US Department of Education‘s website, click on Get Data for one institution and then enter “University of Rochester.”

The College of Arts, Sciences and Engineering at the University of Rochester and Monroe Community College (MCC) offer a unique dual admission program. Students selected for the program will first complete an associate degree from MCC before matriculating as a student pursuing a baccalaureate degree at the University of Rochester.

MCC is responsible for the selection of candidates, and students can either apply through their application for admission to MCC or at any time during their first two semesters of full-time study at MCC. Students in the program will receive advising from MCC and are required to meet annually with a representative from the University of Rochester Office of Admissions. The University of Rochester will advise students of any special conditions, such as minimum quality point average, which may affect their eligibility to continue studies at the University of Rochester.

For information on audits, please visit Monroe Community College’s Audit Sheets.

This information is available in paper copies upon request. Contact our office with questions.