The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires that postsecondary institutions participating in federal student aid programs disclose information from various administrative areas to students. The information disclosed here is intended to support Spalding University’s compliance with federal law.
General Institutional Information
College Navigator National Center for Education Statistics
Institutional and Program Accreditation, Approval or Licensure
Academic Programs (Educational Programs, Instructional Facilities and Faculty)
Copyright Infringement-Policies and Sanctions
Price of Attendance
Privacy of Student Records
Transfer of Credit Policy and Articulation Agreements
Voter Registration Information
In compliance with Federal regulations, Spalding University will make available voter registration forms to all degree- or certificate-seeking students who attend classes on campus. The forms, which are supplied by the state, will be available before the registration cut-off date for every federal and gubernatorial election, as well as special elections for federal office. Students will be able to pick up voter registration forms in the Student Development & Campus Life offices on the 3rd floor of Egan Leadership Center.
The Kentucky State Office of Election‘s website answers many questions about voting, allows one to download the voter registration form, and provides a listing of all County Clerk‘s offices in the state where the forms can be sent. To register to vote or for more information go to: www.elect.ky.gov
Students who are registered to vote in their home state may request an absentee ballot by going to www.usa.gov and clicking on Voting & Elections under the Explore Topics menu or by contacting the county clerk in their hometown. Students from out of state can find their local county clerk by visiting the members section of www.nased.org. For a listing of Kentucky’s county clerks go to www. elect.ky.gov/countyclerks.htm. For additional information visit http://www.usa. gov/Citizen/ Topics/ Voting/Register.shtml
Constitution and Citizenship Day
September 17 is Constitution Day and Citizenship Day (Constitution Day). This day commemorates the September 17, 1787 signing of the United States Constitution.
Each educational institution that receives Federal funds for a fiscal year is required to hold an educational program about the U.S. Constitution for its students.
Spalding University honors this day annually with programs and activities developed in collaboration between students and faculty that enhances and expands the understanding of and appreciation for the U.S. Constitution.
Financial Assistance Information
Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information
Code of Conduct for Education Loans
All staff of the Financial Aid Office at Spalding University adhere to the Code of Conduct of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Refund Policy, requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Title IV Financial Aid
Health and Safety Information
Risks Associated with Alcohol and Drug Use
All substance use poses some degree of health risk. The level of risk is dependent on the type of substance, frequency, and amount used; interactions with other medications/substances, and individual risk factors including family history, previous substance abuse history, and health conditions (e.g. depression, pregnancy, diabetes, heart disease). For more information about alcohol and drugs and/or to take a free alcohol abuse screening, please visit the Spalding Counseling and Psychological Services website.
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Report
Visit http://ope.ed.gov/http://spaldingathletics.com/sports/2014/3/10/Compliance.aspxathletics/ Click “Get Data for one institution” and search for Spalding University