consumer information

The Student Consumer Information regulations of the United States Department of Education require institutions participating in federally funded financial aid programs to make information about the institution available to current and prospective students. It is City College’s intention to provide complete and easy access to any information students need.

Program-Specific Warnings 3.1.2022

Annual Outcomes Reporting [PDF]

Program-Specific Warnings  10.1.2021

Performance Information Disclosure 

The student achievement rates for retention, placement, and/or licensure examination being disclosed are provided for information purposes only. Students should give the information appropriate weight in making an enrollment decision.

The rates are calculated using the ABHES calculations which are as follows:

Retention Rate = (EE + G) / (BE + NS + RE)

  • EE = Ending Enrollment (Number of students in class, on clinical experience and/or leave of absence on June 30)
  • G = Graduates
  • BE = Beginning Enrollment (Number of students in class, on clinical experience and/or leave of absence on July 1)
  • NS = New Starts
  • RE = Re-Entries (number of students that re-enter into school who dropped from a previous annual report time period)

Placement Rate = (P)/(G-U)

  • P = Placed graduates
  • G = Total graduates
  • U = Graduates unavailable for placement

**Unavailable is defined only as documented: health-related issues, military obligations, incarceration, continuing education status, or death.

Examination Pass Rate = GP/GT

  • GP = Graduates passing examination (any attempt)
  • GT = Total graduates taking examination

Licensing Rates are provided for programs where licensing is required for employment or examinations are required by an accreditor.

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)

ACEN Outcomes Reporting [PDF]

The Nursing program at the Altamonte Springs campus is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). ACEN outcomes reporting includes the following:

  • Performance on Licensure Examination
  • Program Completion Rates
  • Job Placement Rates

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Schools (CAAHEP)

CoATE Outcomes Reporting [PDF]

The City College Associate of Science in Anesthesia Technology program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs ( upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Anesthesia Technology Professions (CoATE). The Outcomes reported are:

  • Annual Retention Rates
  • Job Placement Rates

CoAEMSP Outcomes Reporting [PDF]

The City College Associate of Science in Emergency Medical Services programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs ( upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP). The Outcomes as reported in the most recent CoAEMSP annual report are provided. They include the following:

  • Performance on Licensure Examination
  • Cohort Retention Rates
  • Job Placement Rates

AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (CVTEA)

VTNE Licensure Pass Rates [PDF]

The Associate of Science, Veterinary Technology program at the City College Hollywood and City College Gainesville campuses is accredited by the AVMA as a program for educating veterinary technicians. While licensure is not required for employment in Florida, graduates may choose to take the VTNE exam.

The Net Price Calculator [LINK] is a tool for students and parents to use to get an estimate of what it may cost to attend City College each year.

The estimate includes both direct and indirect educational costs.

  1. Direct: Student’s responsibility and includes tuition and fees
  2. Indirect: Personal living expenses such as room and board, or other expenses that would be incurred whether the student lives with their parents or on their own

The net price calculator estimates the amount of grant funding a student may be eligible to receive, and does not include other financial assistance that might be available, such as Veteran’s benefits or federal loans.

It is important to understand that the information you receive from the calculator is a broad estimate. Many factors come into play when we award financial aid to students. Final eligibility for aid is subject to the student completing the FAFSA, meeting eligibility requirements, meeting priority deadlines, and availability of funds.

City College provides individual tuition planning with an experienced financial aid officer. If you still have questions about the calculator, talk to a financial aid officer.

Federal regulations require all colleges to provide this calculator tool on their website to allow students to compare costs.

Financial Aid Code of Conduct

City College is committed to engaging in quality business practices with a reputation that values integrity, respect and truthfulness, and a strong commitment to the highest ethical standards.

The following financial aid code of conduct supplements the existing code of conduct by prohibiting specific behaviors with regard to financial aid and procurement of loans.

  1. No action will be taken by financial aid staff that could be perceived as a conflict of interest. Prohibited behaviors include revenue-sharing arrangements with lenders, steering borrowers towards specific lenders, and/or accepting money, gifts, or other benefits from lenders, guarantee agencies, or loan servicers.
  2. Financial aid staff are prohibited from accepting compensation for consulting arrangements or contracts to provide service to or on behalf of a lender; or for service on an advisory board, commission, or any group who has responsibilities with respect to education loans.

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. To find out if you are eligible for assistance, contact a Financial Aid Representative at the City College campus you wish to attend. The representative will ask you to bring along certain financial information. Together, you’ll assess the cost of your education; find federal grants, loans, state aid, veterans benefits, private loans, work study, scholarships; and make a determination how much of your costs may be covered through financial assistance.

City College will defer payment on your bill for the amount covered by financial aid as long as you’ve submitted the required paperwork, your eligibility for the aid has been confirmed, and you have agreed to a Payment Plan for paying any balance due to the school that is not covered by financial aid.

As soon as you enroll in school, you should apply for financial aid. Some aid is limited and is more likely to be available if you apply early. You will find the appropriate application forms in your enrollment packet. Continuing students should apply as soon as possible after the new year’s FAFSA form is distributed. Application deadlines are announced yearly.

The Student Financial Services Department will assist you in applying for any aid for which you may be eligible. However, it is your responsibility to make sure that the funds are received by the school.

Campus Safety & Security Report [PDF]

Title IX Disclosures
Title IX Coordinator: Jennifer Newham
Office Address: 1401 Kings Highway, Brooklyn NY 11229
Email Address:
Telephone #: 718-943-4333 ext. 134

Title IX Coordinator Training [PDF]

Excerpted from the Campus Safety and Security Report:

Definition of Sexual Harassment
City College defines sexual harassment broadly to include any of three types of misconduct on the basis of sex. Any instance of quid pro quo harassment by a school’s employee; any unwelcome conduct that a reasonable person would find so pervasive and objectively offensive that it denies s person equal educational access; any instance of sexual assault (as defined by the Clery act), dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking as defined in the Violence Against Women act (VAWA).

Reporting Sexual Harassment

Reporting to College
If a student chooses to file a disciplinary complaint, he or she will prepare a written report of the incident, and the student’s role within the disciplinary process will be that of a “complainant.” In some instances, the College may, in its discretion, choose to initiate a disciplinary complaint on its own. The College may ask local law enforcement officials to conduct further investigation before proceeding with the disciplinary process in some cases.
An accused student will be informed of the nature of the charges by a designated College official, and may, in instances where there is a student complainant, obtain a copy of the complainant’s written statement after preparing his or her own written description of the incident. In turn, the accused student’s written description will be shared with the student complainant, if any.
City College will act promptly in response to information that an incident of an assault, misconduct or harassment has occurred. Any conduct that may be in violation of this policy will be investigated and addressed in a timely manner, typically within 60 calendar days

College Investigation and Resolution

Investigation: The Title IX coordinator will conduct a prompt, thorough and impartial initial investigation of the complaint in the manner he or she deems necessary. The parties to the complaint each will have an opportunity to be heard and will be kept informed of the status of the investigation as deemed appropriate. As circumstances warrant, preliminary administrative actions (i.e. probation, suspension, etc.) may be taken to preserve the safety and well-being of those involved and/or the campus community.
With the consent of the complainant and the alleged perpetrator, and if the College deems the circumstances to warrant doing so, a matter may be resolved through non-disciplinary interventions (i.e. educational, counseling, changes in academic accommodations, administrative actions). A complainant has the right, however, to end the informal process at any time and begin a formal disciplinary proceeding. Mediation, even on a voluntary basis, is not an appropriate means of resolving a sexual assault complaint.
Should informal resolution be inappropriate or unattainable, the matter will be referred to the Oversight Committee.

Standard of Evidence: The College utilizes a standard of preponderance of the evidence (i.e. it is more likely than not that sexual assault, harassment or another form of sexual misconduct occurred) when reviewing a complaint.

Disciplinary Sanctions: The following sanctions may be imposed following a final determination of an investigation regarding a sexual misconduct:
• Probation
• Suspension
• Forced Leave of Absence
• Transfer to another cohort
• Termination
Perpetrators of crimes may also be subject to criminal prosecution.

Notification: When the conduct involves allegations of a crime of violence or a non-forcible sex offense, a postsecondary institution is required to simultaneously provide written notification of the final results of a disciplinary proceeding against the alleged perpetrator to both the victim and the alleged perpetrator, regardless of whether the institution concluded that a violation was committed. Compliance with this paragraph does not constitute a violation of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”). For the purposes of this paragraph, the outcome of a disciplinary proceeding means only the institution’s final determination with respect to the alleged sex offense, and any sanction that is imposed against the accused.

Additional information may be found in the Campus Safety and Security Report.

Each nonpublic college, university, and school is required to inform students and employees at orientation and on its website of the existence of the Department of Law Enforcement sexual predator and sexual offender registry website (Florida Sexual Offenders and Predators [LINK]) or you can call 1-888-357-7332 for access to the sexual predator and offender database. Sec. 943.043, F.S.

For Grievance Policy and Procedures click HERE