Office of Institutional Research

HEOA & Professional Licensure Disclosures

Brown University Consumer Information related to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and NC-SARA professional licensure disclosures

At the direction of the U.S. Department of Education, Brown is required to disclose certain information to consumers, such as students, employees, and parents. The Office of Institutional Research has created this website to provide a convenient and easy to use portal to access this information.

Disclosure requirements are grouped into the categories below. Within each category, you will find additional links to reports, data, and references.

Student privacy, consumer information, facilities and services available to students with disabilities, student body diversity, price of attendance, withdrawal and refund policies, textbook information, academic programs, transfer of credit, accreditation, copyright infringement
Student financial aid information and data, state grant assistance, national student loan data system, entrance and exit counseling, private education loan disclosures, code of conduct for education loans, and preferred lender lists and arrangements
Undergraduate retention and graduation rates, employment, graduate and professional education
Drug and alcohol abuse, vaccination policies, campus security, and fire safety
Intercollegiate athletic program, teacher preparation, and voter registration