Consumer Protection Policies and Codes of Conduct

Privacy Policy

Northcentral University is committed to protecting the privacy of students, faculty, team members and all other stakeholders. To learn more about our privacy practices, visit:

FERPA

In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, all Northcentral University student records are confidential. Generally, information pertaining to a student record is not to be released to a third party without written or authorized electronic consent via a FERPA release form, judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena.  To learn more about NCU's FERPA policies and procedures, visit:

Solomon Amendment

Because NCU offers coursework exclusively through distance-education programs, the University is exempt from the Solomon Act, which provides certain information to on campus military recruiters.

Gainful Employment

Disclosures regarding NCU's programs related to gainful employment are provided for each eligible degree program; to review degree-specific information, visit: www.ncu.edu/program-disclosures.

Copyright Infringement and Fair Use

NCU is committed to adhering to the provisions of the United States Copyright Law, including peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing. To learn more about our related policies and procedures, visit:

Academic Integrity and Student Code of Conduct

NCU has a Code of Conduct that supports the University mission to provide access to higher education opportunities that help students become valuable contributors to their communities and within their professions. Each student is expected to understand the terms and conditions set forth in the Student Code of Conduct Policy and conduct themselves with academic honesty and personal integrity. To learn more about the Student Code of Conduct and academic integrity, visit:

Student Grievance Process and State Contact Information for Filing Complaints

NCU encourages students to resolve complaints internally. Students may also file a complaint with their respective state of residence. To learn more about the Student Grievance Process or to view the contact information to file a complaint with the states, visit: