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Listed below is consumer information.
- Code of Conduct: Code of conduct policy for financial aid professionals.
- Office of Institutional Research: The Office of Institutional Research produces data, analysis, and research for the future growth, planning, and policy making of Indiana State University. Retention and graduation rates are provided.
- Applying for Aid: Tips on how to apply for financial aid.
- Career Center: ISU employment information.
- Center for Student Success: Information about facilities and services available to students with disabilities.
- Eligibility and Renewal Criteria: for financial aid programs
- Enrollment and its Effects on Financial Aid: Information on withdrawals, return of Title IV funds, and dropped classes.
- Financial Aid Facts for ISU Faculty: Quick tips on how academics can influence a student's aid package.
- Financial Literacy/Money Matters: Tips for students to learn budgeting, credit card management, saving for retirement, and more.
- Graduate and Professional Studies: Information regarding types of graduate and professional educational programs.
- Immunizations: View Indiana State's Vaccination policy.
- Indiana Voter Registration: Exercise your right to vote by registering in the state of Indiana.
- Loan Repayment, Rights and Responsibilities: For borrowers of Federal Student Loans.
- Types of Aid: Information about different sources of funding including grants, scholarships, and loans.
- Guidelines for Payments to Students: Information about different types of payments for students; Scholarships, Prizes, and Compensation.
- University Bookstore: Information about textbooks and required materials.
Safety and Security
- Annual Security and Fire Report: Published 2017 statistics on substance abuse, crime prevention, criminal offenses, and safety information regarding instances that occur on or adjacent to university properties.
- The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act: Disclosures available from the Office of Public Safety
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs for Students: The Office of Student Health Promotions provides information about health risks and resources regarding drug and alcohol abuse.
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs for Employees: The Office of Human Resources provides a free Employee assistance program to all employees.
- Health Risks of Alcohol Use: Alcohol Awareness Student Handbook
- Drug Free Workplace, Alcohol Usage Policy, and Student Conduct Policy: ISU is a drug-free and alcohol-restricted campus. Violators of these policies will face disciplinary action in accordance with federal, state, and local laws, up to or including sanctions, expulsion, or termination of employment or referral for prosecution. Such disciplinary sanctions may include required completion of a treatment program.
- Drug Convictions: The federal government's policy regarding drug convictions and ineligibility for financial aid.
- College Affordability and Transparency Center: A cost comparison tool sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education
- College Navigator: The National Center for Educational Statistics.
- Constitution Day is September 17. Visit this page to learn more about the activities on campus to celebrate this important part of our country's history.
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: CFPB's Page for help with paying for college
- Equity in Athletics Report: Details about Athletics participation is available by entering "Indiana State" in the name field then click continue.
- Gainful Employment: Indiana State is not required to report Gainful Employment statistics. Follow this link to read more about reporting requirements by academic discipline.
- Net Price Calculator: A tool to calculate cost of attendance, financial aid, and scholarship eligibility.
- Privacy Rights and Policy: Information and authorization forms for the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
- Shopping Sheet: ISU makes the Federal Shopping Sheet available to all admitted aid applicants. To view your Shopping Sheet, log into the MyISU Portal and click Financial Aid Status.
- To provide feedback to U.S. Department of Education administrators regarding Federal or State policies, we encourage students to contact their state representative at www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml.
- To dispute a claim regarding student loans, contact the Federal Ombudsman at https://studentaid.ed.gov/repay-loans/disputes/prepare/contact-ombudsman.
- To log a complaint or concern with the University, contact Al Perone, Associate Dean of Students and University Ombudsman, at https://www.indstate.edu/student-affairs/services/ombuds.
This information is available in paper format upon request.