Student Consumer Information

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 became law which its intention is to help students, parents and the general public become more well informed about college-related decisions. Cumberland has created this page for your convenience in finding information quickly when making decisions about higher education. Additional information is also available on these websites: New Jersey Higher Education or U.S. Department of Education.

Cumberland County College is Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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a. graduation and completion rate for the student body disaggregated by gender, ethnicity, and receipt of Pell grants
Student Graduation Rates (found in the Institutional Profiles)

b. overall cohort graduation rate
Student Graduation Rates (found in the Institutional Profiles)

c. process for withdrawing as a student
Withdrawal Process

d. cost of attendance (i.e. net tuition calculator)
Net Tuition Calculator
Cost of Attendance / Tuition and Fees Schedule

e. policies on the refund and return of Title IV funds
Refund Policies and Return of Title IV funds

f. names of applicable accrediting agencies
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Nursing - New Jersey Board of Nursing
Nursing - Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
Radiography - Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
Radiography - Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Radiologic Health for NJ

g. description of facilities and accommodations available for the disabled
Found in Student Handbook page 16-17 and/or page 51 for ADA Complaint Procedures

Services for Students with Disabilities
The Disabilities Services Office coordinates services for students with disabilities. Services provided by the office include accessibility arrangements, note taking, reading, library and registration assistance, career, personal and academic advising and counseling, assistive equipment as appropriate, tutorial support, and campus tours.

Students with specific learning disabilities may be offered supportive services through Project Assist, in the Disabilities Services Office, such as diagnostic evaluations, tutoring, college orientation courses, advocacy, advisement, and computerized instructional programs. The Disabilities Services Office is located in the Student Center and open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday, with some evening hours available. Services for students with disabilities may be reached by calling extension 856.691.8600 x1445.

h. policy on enrollment in study abroad
Not Applicable

i. as appropriate, licensure pass rates for the most recent three-years
Licensure Pass Rates for: Nursing | Radiography

Institutional Information
Academic Programs
Academic Standards
Articulation Agreements
Campus Safety and Security Reports
Career and Job Placement Services
Course Descriptions - Catalog
Credit Hour Policy by NJ President's Council
Disability Services
Faculty (found in the Institutional Profiles)
Gainful Employment
General Education Requirements & Electives
Institutional and Program Accreditation (Middle States Comission on Higher Education)
Master Course Syllabi
Services for Students with Disabilities
Student Activities
Student Demographic Data (found in the Institutional Profiles)
Student Graduation Rates (found in the Institutional Profiles)
Student Retention Rates (found in the Institutional Profiles)
Student Transfer Rates (found in the Institutional Profiles)
Transfer of Credit Policies

Financial Information
Federal Policy & Requirements for Withdrawal
Financial Aid
Net Price Calculator
Price of Attendance
Student Financial Assistance
Student Loan Information

Policy Information
Computer Use and File Sharing
Copyright Infringement - Policies and Sanctions
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Programs
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Federal Student FinancialAid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
Vaccination Policies
Voter Registration