Consumer Information

All institutions participating in federal financial aid programs are required to provide enrolled and potential students and current and prospective employees available consumer information. The list of links below provide you with important NCU information and institutional policies*. When available, sections may provide additional links to locations where more detailed information is located.

Overview of Northcentral University Financial Aid Application Process
Academic Programs, Transfer Credit, and Instructional Personnel Student Financial Responsibilities, Policies and Options
Institutional Services, Policies, and Facilities Withdrawal and Refund Policies
Student Diversity, Graduation Rates, and Other University Data Additional Loan Disclosures
Cost of Attendance Veterans Educational Benefits
Available Financial Assistance Options and Programs Consumer Protection Policies and Codes of Conduct
Disability Services Policy Non-Discrimination Policy
State Regulatory Information Predispute Arbitration Agreements

*Please note NCU policies are subject to change. Please refer to the NCU Course Catalog for additional information or contact our Administrative Offices.

The JFK School of Law at NCU has been placed on probation by its accreditor, The State Bar of California, through its Committee of Bar Examiners, due to reporting a five-year cumulative bar exam pass rate (MPR) of 39.7 for 2020, when a minimum of 40 percent is required under Rule 4.160(N); the law school must raise this MPR to 40 percent or more by July 1, 2022 or the law school’s accreditation may be terminated. See current MPR statistics for all accredited law schools on the State Bar’s website.

Learn How the JFK School of Law is Improving Bar Pass Rates