The University and College Accountability Network -- U-CAN -- is designed to give prospective students and their families concise, Web-based consumer-friendly information on individual private college
Examples of new campus measures that lower students' out-of-pocket costs, and innovative efforts by colleges to operate more efficiently.
By October 29, 2011, colleges must post a net price calculator on their websites. Here is background on the requirements, and links to useful resources.
A source for details on reporting requirements affecting your institution.
Distribution of federal student aid, by state and congressional district. NAICU has calculated the number of awards and total dollar amounts, broken out by program.
To highlight and support efforts by nonprofit private colleges and universities to increase the number of at-risk students they enroll, and to boost student retention and graduation rates.
NAICU prepared this material to give member presidents easy access to what they need to know to ensure their campus is in compliance with the new "Higher Education Opportunity Act."
The best investment America can make in its people and future is federal student aid. Full funding of our nation's student aid programs is vital.
The ivy halls of higher education are getting greener. Increasingly, private colleges and universities are undertaking innovative environmental initiatives on campus.