HEA STUDENT CONSUMER INFORMATION & PROGRAM DISCLOSURES
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF INSTITUTIONAL AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Financial aid services available to prospective and enrolled students; types of available financial aid; application process, etc. may be found in the Student Catalog (pages 43-55); and on the Hondros College of Nursing website, “How to Pay”:
Paper copies available upon request.
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR ASSISTANCE IN OBTAINING INSTITUTIONAL OR FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
The following individuals have been designated to assist enrolled or prospective students in obtaining institutional or financial aid information required to be disclosed under HEA requirements:
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Administrative Officer & Provost
|Jeremy Hoshor-Johnson, JDemail@example.com|
Dean, RN-BSN Program
|Tonya Smith, MSN, RNfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Dean, Registered Nursing Program
|Angela Phillips, EdD, RN, CNEemail@example.com|
Dean, Practical Nursing Program
|Tawnya Lawson, MS, RNfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Dean, Academic Affairs
|Adam Bulizak, MAemail@example.com|
Director, Student Financial Services
Manager, Library and Academic Resources
|Beth Smith, MSLSfirstname.lastname@example.org|
GENERAL INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION
Privacy of Student Records – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
A description of student’s privacy rights in the educational context, the measures taken by the college to safeguard against unlawful disclosure of student identity and the circumstances under which the institution must release student information to third parties is located in the Student Catalog (pages 39-40).
Facilities and Services for Students with Disabilities – Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Hondros College of Nursing is committed to providing educational services to students with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (both as amended). Hondros College of Nursing will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. ADA may be reviewed in the Student Catalog (page 40).
Student Body Diversity Fall 2018 (All campuses combined.)
Diversity by Gender
Diversity by Race/Ethnicity
Black or African American
American Indian/Alaskan Native
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
Two or More Races
Race & Ethnicity Unknown
Source: IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey – Part A, 2018-2019 Data Collection
Total Pell Grant Recipients Fall 2017 Students
Total Pell Grant Recipients - Fall 2017 Undergraduate Students
Source: IPEDS Student Financial Aid Survey – Part B, 2018-2019 data collection
Hondros College of Nursing does not issue Immigration Form I-20 from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Therefore, the College does not enroll non-resident alien students.
Price of Attendance
Information about the price of attendance which includes tuition and fees; books and supplies; room and board, transportation costs and any additional costs may be found in Student Catalog (pages 57-59) and Student Catalog (page 50).
Net Price Calculator (NPC)
The NPC may be accessed at: https://www.hondros.edu/how-to-pay/calc/index.htm
The Official Withdrawal Policy is located in the Student Catalog (pages 70-71).
The Refund Policy is located in the Student Catalog (page 60).
Return of Federal Financial Aid (R2T4)
The R2T4 policy is located in the Student Catalog (pages 53-54).
Textbook information is located on the Student Portal under My Courses. Each course lists the required textbooks and the ISBN Number.
Education Programs may be found in the Student Catalog (page 9):
Instructional facilities may be found in the Student Catalog (page 8):
Faculty is listed in the Student Catalog (pages 115-121):
Transfer of Credit Policies
Transfer of credit policies may be found in the Student Catalog (pages 65-66):
Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs
Information regarding Hondros College of Nursing’s accreditation, approval and licensure of institution and programs is located in the student catalog (pages 6-7):
Copyright Infringement Policy
The Copyright Policy may be found in the Student Catalog (page 24):
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Assistance Available From Federal, State, and Institutional Programs
Information about need based and non-need based federal, state and institutional student financial assistance programs available for enrolled students at Hondros College of Nursing may be found in the Student Catalog (pages 44-48, 51-55):
Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations
Information regarding Federal student financial aid penalties for drug law violations may be found in the Student Catalog (pages 48-49):
Student Loan Information
Important information regarding student education loans may be found in the Student Catalog and on the Hondros College of Nursing website as indicated below:
- Entrance Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers – Student Catalog (page 46), https://studentloans.gov
- Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers – Student Catalog (page 46), https://studentloans.gov
- Financial Aid Code of Conduct - https://www.hondros.edu/how-to-pay/financial-aid-programs.html
- Preferred Lender List - https://www.hondros.edu/how-to-pay/financial-aid-programs.html
- Sample Loan Repayment - https://www.hondros.edu/how-to-pay/financial-aid-programs.html
- National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) – Student Catalog (page 45), https://nslds.ed.gov/nslds/nslds_SA/
- Disclosure for Direct Student Loans - https://www.hondros.edu/how-to-pay/financial-aid-programs.html
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
Hondros College of Nursing (the “College”) is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and productive working and learning environment for all students, faculty and staff. The College prohibits the unlawful possession, use, sale, consumption, purchase, manufacture, and/or distribution of illicit drugs or alcohol by students, faculty or staff on College property, at a Clinical facility utilized by the College, or at a College activity or event. Prohibited conduct is subject to the sanctions and rights contained in this policy and other College policies and procedures.
The Chief Executive Officer and/or Chief Administrative Officer/Provost may approve the consumption of alcohol at College activities and events. At a College sponsored activity or event, individuals consuming alcohol are expected to behave in accordance with usual business standards, applicable codes of conduct, company policies, and applicable law. Failure to adhere to these expectations may result in disciplinary action and sanctions.
As applicable, and consistent with local, state and federal law, violation of this policy may result in College disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment (if College faculty or staff member) or up to and including expulsion (if a student), and referral to law enforcement. The College may impose one or more disciplinary actions and sanctions, including required participation in a substance abuse rehabilitation or treatment program at the cost of the individual, as a condition to continue employment or enrollment..
In addition, violators of this policy may be subject to criminal prosecution under local, state and federal law. Controlled substance and misuse of alcohol laws vary by state and locality and may apply based on where the violation occurred. Federal criminal penalties may include, but are not limited to, penalties under the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. §§ 801 et seq.) and its implementing regulations, which can include fines, forfeitures and imprisonment. Additional information is available from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration: http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/21cfr/21usc/842.htm.
Prevention and Support Resources
Alcohol and other drug abuse is a significant public health problem and has a detrimental effect on the community in terms of increased medical and workers compensation claims, medical disability costs, decreased productivity, theft, and absenteeism. Additionally, alcohol and other drug abuse pose significant health risks to individuals including addiction, permanent injury, and death.
We encourage anyone who needs information related to alcohol or drug abuse to use directory information, online searches, the telephone book, or referrals from friends and/or professionals. The following local agencies may be able to assist in providing support:
- Central Ohio: Hands-On Central Ohio (614) 221-6766
- Fairborn/Dayton: United Way of Greater Dayton (800) 917-3224
- Independence/Cleveland: United Way of Greater Cleveland (216) 436-2100
- West Chester/Cincinnati: United Way of Greater Cincinnati (513) 732-7100
- Maumee/Toledo: United Way of Toledo (419) 248-2424
At a national level, there are also organizations dedicated to providing information and support:
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - An agency of the US Department of Health & Human Services providing information online regarding alcohol, drugs, and treatment programs.
- The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information – Part of US Department of Health and Human Services & SAMSHA’s Clearinghouse http://www.samhsa.gov/
- 1-(800) 729-6686
- About.com Substance Abuse - Explore the complicated disease of addiction. Information on basic questions concerning drugs and addiction.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse - General Link/Address: www.nida.nih.gov
- Specific Link/Address on Club Drugs: www.clubdrugs.org
The College will review this policy and any disciplinary action taken hereunder at least every two (2) years (i.e., in each even-numbered year) to determine the policy’s effectiveness, to identify and implement any necessary changes, and to ensure sanctions are consistently and fairly enforced.
As part of its biennial review, the College will determine and document:
- The number of violations and fatalities that occur on College property or as part of any College activity or event, and that are reported to College officials; and
- Of those reported violations and fatalities, the number and type of sanctions imposed by HCN.
The College will make available upon request the results of the biennial review as well as the data and methods supporting its conclusions.
The College will annually distribute this policy to students, faculty and staff. In addition, during the year, the College will also provide a copy of the policy to students who enroll and employees who are hired after the initial distribution for the year.
Requirements regarding immunization and vaccinations may be found in the Student Catalog (page 64).
Campus Safety and Security
Information regarding campus safety and security may be found in the Student Catalog (pages 40-42).
The Annual Security Report is available on the Hondros College of Nursing website – https://www.hondros.edu/_assets/documents/Annual%20Security%20Report.pdf
Student Outcome information is available by campus at the following links:
- Fairborn: Placement Licensure Rate Sheet for Admissions - Fairborn
- Independence: Placement Licensure Rate Sheet for Admissions - Independence
- Maumee: Placement Licensure Rate Sheet for Admissions - Maumee
- West Chester: Placement Licensure Rate Sheet for Admissions - West Chester
- Westerville: Placement Licensure Rate Sheet for Admissions - Westerville
GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
- Practical Nursing:
- Associate Degree in Nursing:
- Associate Degree, Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician:
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing:
Voter registration forms are available at the following website: https://www.sos.state.oh.us/elections/voters/
- The College Navigator –
- Paying for College –
- FSA Ombudsman –