Definitions of commonly used terminology:
When a student completes all program requirements and receives a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award. In order to be considered a completion, the degree/award must actually be conferred.
Federal Student Loans:
Includes all Title IV student loans, such as Stafford (subsidized and unsubsidized) and Perkins loans. This does not include PLUS and other loans made directly to parents.
A loan provided by a private educational lender that is not a title IV loan and that is issued expressly for postsecondary education expenses to a borrower, regardless of whether the loan is provided through the educational institution that the student attends or directly to the borrower from the private educational lender.
Institutional Financing Plans:
An institutional financing plan is the extension of credit to a student for educational costs that will be paid by the student (or on the student’s behalf) after the program of study has ended. The amount and frequency of the installment payments and whether they include a fee or interest are specified in the written plan.
Graduates – Further Education:
The number of graduates that continue on with education at an accredited institution of higher education (postsecondary) on at least a half-time basis.
Graduates – Unavailable for Employment:
This category removes from the employment rate calculation graduates who fall into one of the following categories: death, incarceration, active military service deployment, the onset of a medical condition that prevents employment, or international students who have returned to their country of origin. Employment Assistance is available however, employment is not guaranteed.
Disclosure Info by Program:
Please refer to the disclosure links below for more information about program costs, financing options, and student success rates.
Note that Federal Gainful Employment Disclosures are posted each January and contain data for the prior financial aid award year. They do not necessarily reflect current program information.
Federal Aid Disclosure Information by Program:
- Medical Assisting – Fremont, Concord and San Jose: Click Here
- Medical Assisting – Hayward and South San Francisco: Click Here
- Medical Assisting – Sacramento: Click Here
- Pharmacy Technician: Click Here
- Vocational Nursing – Days Fremont, Concord and San Jose: Click Here
- Vocational Nursing – Days Sacramento: Click Here
- Vocational Nursing – Hayward and South San Francisco: Click Here
- Vocational Nursing – Evening Fremont and San Jose: Click Here
- Vocational Nursing – Evening Sacramento: Click Here
- Associate of Science in Vocational Nursing: Click Here
- LVN to RN Associate Degree Transition Program : Click Here
- Bachelors of Science Nursing – RN to BSN: Click Here
- Information Technology – Fremont, Concord and San Jose: Click Here
- Information Technology – Sacramento: Click Here
- Dental Assisting: Click Here