Students' Rights Under FERPA
For further information consult the FERPA links on the Policies, Regulations, and Catalogs page.
Physical Facilities Related to the University's Academic Programs
Information about academic-related physical facilities is maintained through the Office of Academic Records and Registration at 724.738.2010. Please use the interactive campus map for detailed information.
Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities
The Office of Disability Services 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 utilize the interactive campus map, or contact the Office of Disability Services: 724.738.4877 (voice) 724.738.4501 (TTD)
A breakdown of student diversity by race, ethnicity, gender, and more can be found on the reports page of the Office of Planning, Resource Management, and Assessment. Click on "Student Enrollment" and then one of the documents under the "Fall Student Body Profiles" header.
Agencies that Accredit, Approve or License the Institution and Programs
These organizations are listed in the undergraduate university catalog and also on our Accreditation page. New and updated information is maintained in the Office of Assessment and Accreditation at 724.738.2149.
Transfer Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements with SRU
Information about SRU's transfer credit policies and course equivalency tables for course work taken at other schools is available through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or call 724.738.2015
Enrolling in Study Abroad Programs
Information on SRU's study abroad programs may be found on the Global Engagement Website. The Global Engagement Office is located in Spotts World Culture Building, room 004, and their phone number is 724.738.2057
To comply with existing state regulation, all universities offering distance education and out-of-state field/internship experience courses in states other than their own must receive authorization from those states. Slippery Rock University, in collaboration with other PASSHE institutions, is implementing strategies to apply for necessary state authorizations. For more information on state authorization, please visit the State Authorization web 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 catalogs.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions: 724.738.2015
Office of Graduate Admissions: 724.738.2051
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 by Human Resources: 724.738.2070
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
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 page or call 724.738.2044. For textbook pricing information visit the SGA Bookstore Textbooks page.
Federal Cash Management Regulations
Slippery Rock University is required by the Department of Education to publish information pertaining to our Campus Banking Services agreement with PNC Bank. This information can be found on our Federal Cash Management Regulations page.
Information about federal copyright laws and related information is available on the web at WWW.copyright.gov/title17. Additional information regarding Copyright Law of the United States and Title 17 of the United States Code can be found here. Questions can be referred to 724.738.2665.
Refund Policy and Requirements for Returning Title IV funds
Students who withdraw from the university may be entitled to a refund of charges. Also, 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 Refund Policy and Requirements for Returning Federal (Title IV) Aid. The Office of Student Accounts can be reached by phone at 724.738.2088 for additional information.
Requirements and Procedures for Withdrawing from the University
Students withdrawing from the university must complete a Withdrawal Form (for all students). Complete all information and bring form to your exit interview with a Student Success Coach, which can be scheduled by calling the Office for Inclusive Excellence at 724.738.2700.