This page is designed to provide students with a wide range of information that is available from a variety of sources on campus. It is our hope that students will find this compilation of information helpful as they make enrollment and re-enrollment decisions.
Below you’ll find an alphabetical index that links to a brief description of each item, and to the office on campus that can provide additional details.
Accreditation - Agencies that Accredit, Approve or License the Institution and its Programs
Athletics - Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (EADA)
Completion/Graduation Rates - The completion/graduation rate of all full-time, first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates after six years of enrollment.
Completion/Graduation Rates for Athletes receiving aid - The completion/graduation rate of all full-time,first-time degree-seeking undergraduate athletes after six years of enrollment.
Copyright Infringment - Penatlties and institutional policies on copyright infringment.
Costs - Cost for Tuition, Fees, Room and Board AND Other Estimated Expenses: (Books, Supplies, travel, etc.)
Distance Education State Authorization - Important information for students from states other than PA wishing to take Distance Education courses at SRU.
Degrees - Current Degree and Educational Training Programs
Drug Awareness and Prevention - Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Awareness and Prevention Information
Facilities - Physical Facilities that Relate to Academic Programs and Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities
Faculty - Faculty and Instructional Personnel
FERPA - Students' Rights Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA )
Financial Aid - Financial Assistance Available to Students at SRU
Placement - Information about employment of SRU graduates
Refunds - Refund Policy
Retention Rate - As reported to the IPEDS
Information About Employment and Graduate Study of SRU Graduates
Returning Federal Aid - Requirements For Returning Title IV Aid
Security - Annual Security Report For Enrolled and Prospective Students and Employees
Sexual Assault Policy and Procedures
Transfer Credit - Transfer credit policies and articulation agreements with SRU
Withdrawing - Requirements and Procedures For Withdrawing from the University
Contacts - People to contact for further questions about this page.
Below are descriptions and details of items listed above, along with the office(s) primarily responsible for the information:
Please note that information identified as being available in the university's catalogs can be accessed via the web through the Office of Academic Records and Summer School's website. In addition, CD copies of the undergraduate and graduate catalog are available from the Office of Academic Records and Summer School.
Agencies that Accredit, Approve or License the Institution and Programs: These organizations are listed in the undergraduate university catalog and also on our Accreditation Website. New and updated information is maintained in the Office of Academic Affairs (724) 738-2001.
Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (EADA)
The information required by the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA), is available through SRU's website. This information discloses the most recent data on the participation rates and financing of men's and women's sports in intercollegiate athletic programs. Office of Intercollegiate Athletics (724)-738-2021
In accordance with the Student's Right to Know Act, schools must report the completion/graduation rates of their full-time, first-time undergraduates after six years of enrollment. This information is available and maintained by the Office of Institutional Research: (724) 738-2099 Completion/Graduation Rate Data
Completion/Graduation Rates of Students Receiving Athletically Related Aid
In accordance with the Student Right to Know Act, Schools must report the completion/graduation rates of their full-time, first-time undergraduates who have received athletically-related aid after six years of enrollment. The Office of Intercollegiate Athletics provides this information directly to student-athletes, their parents, and counselors prior to the student accepting any athletically related aid. These rates are also available through the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics (724) 738-2021 and through the Office of Institutional Research (724) 738-2099. Completion/Graduation Rate Data
Information about penalities for violation of federal copyright laws and related information is avaliable on the web at this website. Questions can be refered to the copyright compliance officer at 724-738-2630.
Cost of Attending SRU
Information about tuition and fees charged to full-time and part-time students, in addition to estimated costs for room and board is available in print and also on the web through the Office of Student Accounts: (724) 738-2088
2012-2013 Tuition & Fees
Other Estimated Costs (books, supplies, travel, etc.)
Charges for books and supplies can vary from student to student. However, estimates of these costs are located on the Office of Financial Aid web page or call (724) 738-2044. For textbook pricing information visit the SGA Bookstore Textbooks page.
Current Degree and Educational Training Programs
Students can find information on the degree, certificate and other educational training programs offered by SRU in the university’s undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions: (724) 738-2015 Undergraduate Catalog
Office of Graduate Admissions: (724) 738-2051 Graduate Catalog
Distance Education State Authorization
Due to new federal regulation, all universities offering distance education courses in states other than their own must receive authorization from those states to do so. Working with the other PASSHE schools, Slippery Rock University is developing a strategy for applying for necessary state authorizations. For more information on DE State Authorization please visit the Distance Education website.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Awareness and Prevention Information
SRU Students may view information detailing the Drug Free School and Workplace Policy at the following web address: Student Drug Free School Policy or in the Office of Student Conflict Resolution Services (OSCRS) in 008 Old Main: (724) 738-4985
Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities provides accommodations and services to ensure equal access to education as intended by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For further information regarding services and facilities, please contact the Office for Students with Disabilities: 724-738-4877 (voice) 724-738-4501 (TTD).
Sexual Assault Policy and Procedures - Victim's Rights
Slippery Rock University recognizes that sexual assault and sex offenses, including rape, sexual battery, date rape, and any other unwanted sexual contact causes enormous pain to the victim and those close to them. Click here to see Victim's Rights page. Also, to view the SRU policy refer to the Student Code of Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities, Item C.2 on Students' Rights and Responsibilities page. Also contact the Office of Student Conflict Resolution Services (OSCRS) in 008 Old Main: (724) 738-4985 .
Physical Facilities that Relate to the University's Academic Programs
Information about academic-related physical facilities is maintained through the Office of Academic Records and Summer School: (724) 738-2010
Faculty and Instructional Personnel
A listing of faculty and other instructional personnel is found in the undergraduate university catalog. New and updated information is maintained in the Office of Academic Records: (724) 738-2010
Students’ Rights Under FERPA
Public Notice Designating Directory Information Under FERPA
Public Notice of Student Rights under FERPA
SRU's Detailed FERPA Guide
Office of Academic Records and Summer School: (724) 738-2010.
Financial Assistance Available to Students at SRU
Through publications and the web, the Office of Financial Aid (724) 738-2044 makes available information about various aspects of financial aid including:
Placement - Information About Placement and Employment of SRU Graduates
Slippery Rock University's annual reports document the progress of SRU graduates related to employment. Access to the current and previous reports are available at the Office of Career Education & Development at 724-738-2028.
Students who withdraw from the university may be entitled to a refund of charges. The REFUND POLICY is printed on university student billing statements, published in the university catalog and also on the Office of Student Accounts web site. They can be reached by phone at (724) 738-2088
Requirements for Returning Title IV Aid
Recipients of federal financial aid who withdraw from the university may be required to have a portion of their aid returned to the federal financial aid programs. The requirements for returning federal (Title IV) financial aid are printed on the university student billing statements and can also be found in the university catalog. Office of Student Accounts: (724) 738-2088.
First year to second year retention rate at SRU.
Clery Act Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report
Slippery Rock University's Annual Security Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings, or property owned or controlled by Slippery Rock University; and, on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters. The fire safety report provides information about related policies, procedures, and fire related statistics. Click the link to view a copy of the Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report or by contacting the University Police Department at (724) 738-3333.
Transfer Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements with SRU
Information about SRU's transfer credit policies and course equilency tables for course work taken at other schools is avaliable through the transfer admissions office or by calling 724-738-2015.
Requirements and Procedures for Withdrawing from the University
Students withdrawing from the university should contact the Office of Retention Services (724) 738-2011. Procedures for withdrawing from the university include:
Once the decision has been made to withdraw from the university, the student must secure a withdrawal form. These forms are located throughout campus as well as in the Office of Academic Records and the Office of Retention Services or at the following links.
The student is to fill out section one of the form.
Section two will indicate with whom the student needs to meet to conclude the process.
Once the student has been interviewed the process of withdrawal is complete.
Contacts For Further Questions
Individuals with questions about the information listed on this page should contact either of the university representatives below:
Mr. Eliott Baker
Executive Director of Academic Records, Summer School, & Graduate Admissions
Ms. Patty Hladio
Director, Office of Financial Aid