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Consumer Information for Prospective and Current Students

Student Achievement/ Consumer Information / Student Right to Know

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires colleges and universities to disclose information including general information, student financial assistance, health and safety policies, student outcomes, the teacher preparation program report, and intercollegiate athletic program participation rates and financial data. Consistent with its commitment to provide “the highest quality education in a caring and supportive environment where respect, integrity, inquiry, creativity, and diversity contribute to individual achievement and the transformation of lives and communities,” Lehman College believes it is good practice to disclose information that allows current and prospective students to make informed decisions.

Below are links to reports, policies, and data aimed at empowering current and prospective students to make sound decisions about Lehman College. If you need additional information please contact:  The Division of Student Affairs located at Shuster Hall Room 204 or calling (718) 960-8242.

General Institutional Information

Privacy of Student Records - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Student Disability Services

Student Diversity

Transfer Student Information

Alternative Credit Options

Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs

Copyright Infringement – Policies and Sanctions

Lehman College: Select Additional Information

Teacher Preparation Program Report (Under "Data Tools tab" look for "Pass Rates" select the appropriate year; choose state, program type, and record type and click on "Continue”)

Student Financial Assistance

Student Loan Information

Health and Safety

Student Outcomes

Internal Complaints

Lehman College’s procedures for addressing complaints about faculty conduct in academic settings can be found in its Undergraduate Bulletin and Graduate Bulletin, which can be found on the Academic Programs webpage. The Student Online Concern Form can be found on the Division of Student Affairs' Student Concerns webpage. These procedures are governed by CUNY’s Manual of General Policy (Policy 5.20). This policy applies to academic settings in all modalities, including fully online courses and programs.

Complaints to External Authorities

Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (Enter “CUNY Lehman College” in the “Name” field, click on “Continue” and then click on “Continue” on the “Institutions Found” page)

Voter Registration (Complete and mail the form or contact your Campus Coordinator)

Conrad Walker, Dean of Students