- Consumer Information
- Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Financial Aid
- Annual Campus Security Policy
- Privacy and Information Security
- Cost of Attendance
- Code of Ethics for Student Loans
- Transfer of Credit
- Standards of Academic Progress
- Withdrawal, Refund and R2T4 Policies
- Drug and Alcohol Policy
- Copyright Infringement Policy
- Net Price Calculator
At NYCI, we want you to be able to make an informed choice about whether to attend our school. The U.S. Department of Education and other government entities mandate that colleges who participate in student financial aid programs provide various types of consumer information to the public. We have assembled this information here in our website to make it easy for our current and future students and their families. The information includes:
Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Financial Aid
NYCI wants our students to understand what the requirements to receive financial aid, and your rights throughout the process.
Protecting Your Personal Information
NYCI carefully guards any student personal information in our possession. Our policy for information security and FERPA can be accessed here.
Jeanne Clery Campus Security Report and Policy
All schools must maintain a Campus Security policy, and disclose the history of crimes and other offenses committed on their campuses in the past three years. These statistics are provided so students can compare the relative safety of each school’s campus.
Student Right-to-Know Act Disclosures
Follow the link above for information about the Graduation/Retention Rates for students enrolled at NYCI, and other school information stored at the National Center for Education Statistics.
Costs of Attendance
NYCI wants you to understand the costs associated with attending our college, including both the billed costs and the incidental costs.
NYCI provides an on-line calculator to help you estimate your total costs and available financial aid. Of course, this is only a general estimate. We encourage you to meet one-on-one with our Financial Aid Office to get cost and financial aid information specific to your exact situation.
Student Loan Code of Ethics
NYCI has created a set of rules for our interactions with student loan lenders to ensure that our students are always given unbiased advice about student loan providers.
Transfer of Credit
Our policy on accepting credit for previous training, and a statement regarding the transfer of NYCI credit to other institutions.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
It is important for students to understand the college’s Academic Progress Policy. NYCI’s policy is designed to ensure that our graduates are well prepared to succeed in the workplace.
Withdrawal, Refund and Return to Title IV Policies
These policies are applicable for students who withdraw or otherwise fail to complete an academic trimester during their program of study at NYCI.
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Policy
NYCI has a strong but fair anti-drug abuse policy for our students and our employees.
Copyright Infringement Policy
NYCI has a policy against copyright infringement, including the illegal downloading and/or sharing of electronic media files.
NYCI encourages our students to be active participants in the American political system as part of being responsible members of their community. Voter registration forms are available year-round at the school’s reception desk. Further, each year the school celebrates “Constitution Day” on September 17 and offers activities to educate our students about the U.S. system of government and their role within it.
Drug, Alcohol and Sex Offense Statutes
NYCI encourages our students to educate themselves regarding the law and understand the penalties for violating the law. Colleges in New York State are required to post the descriptions and penalties for violations of the NYS Controlled Substances Statutes, the NYS Alcohol Laws pertaining to persons under 21 years of age, and the NYS Sex Offense Statutes.
Other Miscellaneous Information
The NYCI Catalog contains detailed information about our school and our programs. The catalog is available by visiting the Admissions Office, and is also available for download through this link:
Students or other persons with questions about the consumer information posted on this website should contact the President’s Office at (212)-962-0002.