Nursing NCLEX licensure rates will be posted once the first cohort sits for the exam in 2025.
Keuka College Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is intended to comply with the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
Hate Crime Information
Data is published in the annual Clery Report. The Student Handbook also includes the College's Statement on Diversity and Way of the Wolf Honor Code. The Title IX Resource Center contains equity resolution information.
Missing Persons Procedures
Missing persons procedures and report are included in the annual Clery Report.
View a message from the President pertaining to responsible reporting.
The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act requires co-educational institutions of postsecondary education that participate in a Title IV, federal student financial assistance program, and have an intercollegiate athletic program, to prepare an annual report to the Department of Education on athletic participation, staffing, and revenues and expenses, by men's and women's teams.
Additional information is available on Keuka College's College Navigator profile.
The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report. The combined goal of this collaboration is to improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.
- Student Code of Conduct (Student Handbook)
- Student Complaint Reporting Policy
- Distance Education Complaints - National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements
- Interim Discipline Measures
- IT Policies
Information Technology Services (ITS) blocks all peer-to-peer ports on the existing firewall. Additional information is available in the College's Acceptable Use Policy.
CARES Act/HEERF I
- The President of Keuka College signed and returned to the Department of Education on April 9, 2020, a certification and agreement assuring that the College intends to use no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.
- The College received a total of $1,981,704 from the Department. As of July 7, 2020, the College has received the full amount from the Department.
- As of November 6, 2020, The College has distributed $886,332 to 699 students.
- There is an estimated 1,535 students at the College eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.
- Students were asked to fill out an application detailing the encountered hardship. This application was due by May 17, 2020. The College will distribute 85% of the Student Relief funds received to this pool. The remaining 15% will be used to assist with urgent student financial needs.
- Students were emailed an invitation to apply as well as a reminder. The message contained the instructions as well as the link to the online application.
HEERF II & HEERF III
Keuka College received federal funding under the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) as part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 and the American Rescue Plan.
- Tuition & Fees
- General Financial Aid Information
- Scholarship Award Programs
- Net Price Calculator
- Policy on Academic Standing
- Office of Financial Aid Contact Information
- Office of Financial Aid Code of Conduct
Loan Default Rate
A cohort default rate is the percentage of a school’s borrowers who enter repayment on federal student loans during a particular fiscal year, Oct 1 to Sept. 30, and default within the cohort default period.
- 2016 Cohort: 5.9% (45 in default, 756 in repayment)
- 2017 Cohort: 6.9% (45 in default, 649 in repayment)
- 2018 Cohort: 7.1% (46 in default, 639 in repayment)
You can view the cohort default rate for any institution by searching the U.S. Department of Education's database.
Division III Athletes and Financial Aid
Financial aid received by Keuka College student-athletes is based on the financial need of each individual student and his or her family. In addition, most students receive some type of academic scholarship based on academic performance. Stringent Division III rules concerning financial aid are applied. Student athletes do not receive financial aid of any kind due to their sport or athletic ability
Student Aid Needs Analysis
The College has seen an increased demand for institutional aid. The College is continually reviewing its aid policies and adjusting as needed to adapt to the changing financial needs of our students and other financial influences placed on the College and our students in the current economic environment. The College does not receive LEAP funding.
HFA Funds for Lobbying
The Office of Financial Aid files an annual FISAP with the USDOE. As part of that report, the President of the College certifies that no federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid by Keuka College in connection with the making of any Federal grant or cooperative agreement as required by Section 1352, Title 31 of US Code and implemented at 34 CFR Part 82.
Keuka College is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA).
When students participate in distance education coursework, it is Keuka College's policy that the address submitted on their application/program approval form will be presumed to be the same as the location of the student when completing the online coursework. It is the student's responsibility to notify the college if their location while completing distance education coursework differs from that listed on the application/program approval form.
Students have a right to lodge a complaint or grievance via the NC-SARA Student Complaints Process. The student should begin the complaint process with the institution and if resolution is not found, Nazareth students can locate the NYS contact information listed on the SARA Portal Entity.
- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Policy (Student Handbook)
- Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace Policy
- Clery Report
Drug convictions no longer affect federal student aid eligibility. When you complete the FAFSA form, you will be asked whether you had a drug conviction for an offense that occurred while you were receiving federal student aid. If the answer is yes, you will be provided a worksheet. Additional information is available on StudentAid.gov.
Students: Keuka College is an equal opportunity institution, adheres to the guidelines of Title IX, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, color, creed, national or ethnic original, or disability in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics and other college-administered activities. The College abides by the provision of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Inquiries concerning the application of the above guidelines to Keuka College may be referred to the Business Manager and Treasurer, Keuka College, Keuka Park, New York, 14478.
Office of Disability Services
Employees: In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, and familial status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs). This institution is an equal opportunity provider, and employer. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD)
Keuka College complies with the following policy on Student Voter Registration: Schools in most states and the District of Columbia must make a good faith effort to distribute voter registration forms to their students. (Schools in Idaho, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming are exempt from this requirement.) The school must make the voter registration forms widely available to its students. It must individually distribute the forms to its degree- or certificate-seeking (FSA-eligible) students. The school can mail paper copies, or, alternatively, it may distribute voter registration forms by electronically transmitting to each student a message containing an acceptable voter registration form or an Internet address where that form can be downloaded. The electronic message must be devoted exclusively to voter registration. In states where this condition applies, schools must request voter registration forms from the state 120 days prior to the state’s deadline for registering to vote. This provision applies to general and special elections for federal office and to the elections of governors and other chief executives within a state. If a school does not receive the forms within 60 days prior to the deadline for registering to vote in the state, it is not liable for failing to meet the requirement during that election year.
Citation from - Information for Financial Aid Professionals (IFAP) Vol. 2—School Eligibility and Operations 2012–2013 New York State Voter Registration can be found here. Additional Information for non-New York residents can be found here.