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The following information includes consumer information and disclosures relating to student body information, financial aid, security and safety, athletics, and student rights. Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 607.729.1581 ext.405 or by email at registrar@davisny.edu or Student Support Services at 607.729.1581 ext.339 for more information regarding any consumer information.

Reports and Documents:

The following list includes reports which are required to be disclosed:

Davis College 2014-2015 Academic Catalog: The Academic Catalog contains all academic policies and procedures including program requirements and course descriptions. It contains policies and procedures for the Financial Aid Office and Student Accounts. Information regarding articulation agreements, official withdrawal, and policies for students with disabilities can also be found in the Academic Catalog.

Davis College 2014-2015 Student Handbook: The Student Handbook contains all policies and procedures regarding student life, dress code, behavioral guidelines, and other helpful student information.

Campus Security and Fire Safety Report: This report includes information regarding any on campus crimes reported as well as any fires reported on campus.

Campus Security and Fire Safety Handbook: This handbook includes information regarding reporting crime, campus safety personnel, policies for handling crime, fire, and missing persons, as well as information regarding drug and alcohol abuse.

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act: This report contains information regarding statistics about athletes, salaries of coaches and athletic staff, and expenses for athletic programs.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the information of students and alumni. An education record is defined as a record maintained by an educational institution and includes information that makes a student personally identifiable. Davis College will permit students to inspect and review their education records. It will not disclose education records about students nor allow inspection of student records without a written request. Davis College will also release educational records to parents of students only upon receipt of a written request from both the student and parent. Davis College will maintain a record of each request for access to and each disclosure of personally identifiable information from the education records of each student. The college at its discretion may disclose directory information, but students may protect all or part of this data from disclosure. When an individual requests student information from Davis College, the college will respond in accordance with FERPA guidelines.

To see Davis College’s full FERPA policy please refer to the Student Handbook.

Financial Aid Disclosure Information

The following policies can all be located in the Academic Catalog:

  • Refund policy and Return of Title IV aid
  • Federal, state and institutional procedure for disbursement of aid
  • Gainful Employment information (also see below)
  • Entrance and exit counseling policy for federal loans
  • Information regarding private loans

Net Price Calculator: This tool assists students in determining expected unmet financial need based on average aid received by the previous year’s first-time, full-time, degree seeking students.

For terms and conditions and repayment schedules for Direct Loans please visit www.studentaid.gov or www.studentloans.gov.

Student Right to Know Act Statistics

Davis College Recent Graduate Ministry / Career Status

Of the graduates from the graduating classes of 2013 with whom we have contact (38 graduates), 39% of them (15 graduates) are currently employed in full-time or part-time ministry that is directly or indirectly related to their training received at Davis College, or are pursuing further ministry related graduate education, building upon the education they received at Davis College.

Retention rates measure the percentage of first-time students who are seeking bachelor’s degrees who return to the institution to continue their studies the following fall semester. 87% of the Fall 2012 full-time freshman class returned the following fall semester in 2013. Davis College experiences a high retention rate, which can be attributed to many factors, including the close-knit community which many students describe as “a second family” or “a home away from home.”

See information regarding Student Satisfaction as recorded by the Noel-Levitz Survey administered every other academic year.

Graduation rates are reported annually by the college in accordance with the Student Right to Know Act. This rate is based on the progress of students who began their studies as full-time, first-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students and completed their programs of study within 150 percent of “normal time” for their selected programs. The college does not limit the amount of time it takes for a student to complete a program of study. Many students choose to extend or even post-pone the program length due to various reasons pertaining to employment, family, or overall academic goals. The Spring 2013 overall graduation rate for the Fall 2007 full-time, first-time freshman entering class was 42%.  Often former students who chose to interrupt their programs of study return to Davis College as re-admitted students so that they may complete their academic goals.

See information regarding Student Satisfaction as recorded by the Noel-Levitz Survey administered every other academic year.

For a more complete analysis, please contact the Office of the Registrar.

College Navigpromo-area-photos-college-navator is a free tool provided by the National Center for Education Statistics to help students, parents, and high school counselors. www.Nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator

*Definitions are provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).  All institutional data is reported on a yearly schedule to the NCES through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).  Due to data collection schedules, data that is posted will be for the prior academic year.

Gainful Employment for Certificate Programs

The Department of Education requires that schools disclose certain information regarding programs that do not lead to a degree. The One-Year Bible Certificate and One-Year TESL Certificate are the only Gainful Employment programs offered at Davis College. Click the links below for detailed information regarding these certificates.

One-Year Bible Certificate

One-Year Teaching English as a Second Language Certificate

Institutional, Departmental, and Program Assessments

Davis College tracks various indicators of student achievement which are communicated by admissions counselors with prospective students and their parents. The Strategic Planning and Assessment Committee lead faculty and staff in comprehensive, yearly evaluations of institutional effectiveness in areas of student learning, research, and assessment. These evaluations, which are reported to the college’s accrediting agencies, provide information to the administration, faculty, and staff so that they may make data-driven decisions to implement positive and effective change. The results of this report are available for review. Please contact the Office of Academics for a copy of the report.


Davis College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education as well as the Association for Biblical Higher Education. For more information regarding accreditation click here. Full documents regarding accreditation can be found on the accrediting agencies’ websites or by contacting the President’s Office at 607.729.1581 ext.316.