Gainful Employment

Department of Education requires an institution to disclose certain information about each of its gainful employment certificate programs to prospective students. For example:

  • occupations that the program prepares students to enter;
  • program length;
  • on-time graduation rate;
  • tuition and fees an institution charges for completing the program within normal time, the cost of room and board if applicable, and the typical costs for books and supplies;
  •  job placement rate;
  • median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program (separately by FSA loans, private educational loans, and institutional financing plans, as described later); and
  • other information the Department may provide to the school about the certificate program.

For up-to-date Gainful Employmen information on all Certificate programs, please visit the Degrees and Certificates webpage.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 February 2015 10:42