HEOA Compliance: Students' Right to Know
In accordance with Federal Regulations by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008, Medaille University has made available consumer information to prospective and enrolled students. The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment has created this page to provide the information in one convenient location. Please view our Higher Education Opportunity Act Federal Disclosure/Reporting Requirement below:
Browse by category:
First-time Undergraduate and Graduate Enrollment
Undergraduate Students by Gender
Undergraduate Students by In-State and Out- of-State
Undergraduate Students by Race/Ethnicity
Percentage of undergraduate students who are formally registered as students with disabilities if more than 3%:
5% of Medaille College undergraduates were formally registered as students with disabilities in Fall 2020.
A health and safety exception permits the disclosure of personally identifiable information from a student’s record in case of an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or other individuals.
The University follows the provisions outlined in the regulations as follows:
The University only discloses personally identifiable information from an education record to appropriate parties in connection with an emergency if knowledge of the information is necessary to protect the health or safety of the student or other individuals.
New York State Certification Exams
Veterinary Technology National Exam
4-Year Graduation Rates by Gender, Race/Ethnicity
6-Year Graduation Rates by Gender, Race/Ethnicity
Overall Graduation Rates
Presented by Student Involvement and SGA, Medaille University hosts a Constitution and Citizenship Day every year, on September 17, to educate students on the United States Constitution.
NYS Voter Registration forms are available in the Main Building Info Office.
Learn more at Rock the Vote.
More information on the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA)
The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended in 2008, includes many student disclosures and reporting requirements by universities. These requirements include statistics and/or information on the following:
Retention and graduation rates;
Financial assistance available to students and requirements and restrictions imposed on Title IV aid;
Crime statistics on campus;
Athletic program participation rates and financial support; and
Other institutional information including: the cost of attendance, accreditation and academic program data, facilities and services available to disabled students, and withdrawal and refund policies.
|Class of 2016
(2018 Alumni Survey)
Class of 2017
|Directly or Somewhat Related to Field||87%||83%|
|Furthering Education Who Are Studying at Medaille||17%||41%|
|Employment||Classes of 2018 & 2019
(2021 Alumni Survey)*
|Directly or Somewhat Related to Field||83%|
|Furthering Education Who Are Studying at Medaille||31%|
Source: Respondents to annual alumni survey
* Two years of alumni are combined as no alumni survey was sent out in Summer 2020 due to pandemic.
Medaille College is a recipient of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF).
HEERF grantees receiving ARP funds must continue to adhere to the two quarterly reporting requirements originally implemented through the CARES Act for HEERF I funding. Those reporting requirements include the following:
- Quarterly Institutional Public Reporting Form for (a)(1) Institutional Portion, (a)(2), and (a)(3) Funds: This form must be conspicuously posted on the institution's website no later than 10 days after the calendar quarter (April 10, July 10, October 10, January 10).
- Quarterly Student Public Reporting Requirement for (a)(1) Student Aid Portion and the CRRSAA (a)(4) and ARP (a)(4) program: The responses to these questions must be conspicuously posted on the institution's website no later than10 days after the calendar quarter (April 10, July 10, October 10, January 10).
Additional considerations and requirements:
- Each report is separate for the calendar quarter reporting period and not cumulative.
- Institutions must post their two separate reports (institutional and student) for a each quarter until they expend all HEERF grant funds, including the quarterly reports from previous quarters if not already posted on the institution’s website.
- Institutions combine all their HEERF funding streams (ARP, HEERF II CRRSAA, and HEERF I CARES Act) in reporting their expenditures for institutional funds and student funds.
- The Department continues to encourage institutions to submit their two quarterly reports (institutional and student) to the Department by emailing those reports as PDF attachments to HEERFreporting@ed.gov.
More information regarding quarterly reporting is available on our HEERF III ARP website.
CARES Act Student Fund Report
HEOA Index of Links