The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, requires Title IV participating institutions like The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (“TCSPP”) to disclose certain information to its constituents. This page has been created to fulfill TCSPP’s responsibilities under this Act.
Federal Disclosure Notices
The following is a list of disclosure requirements, and links to pages containing additional information or references to additional information.
General Institutional Information
- Academic Programs
- Accessibility Services
- Accreditation & Approval Information
- Career Services
- Copyright Law
- Cost of Attendance
- Intellectual Property
- Pricing Sheet and Default Rates
- Program Teach Out
- Refund Policy
- Student Diversity
- Transfer Credit and Course Waiver
- Withdrawal Policy
Student Financial Assistance
- Funding Your Education at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Financial Aid Professional Code of Conduct
For questions about Financial Aid, send an e-mail to [email protected].
- Graduate Certificate in Child and Adolescent Psychology
- Graduate Certificate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology Generalist
- Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavioral Analysis
- Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design
- Graduate Certificate Crisis-Informed Care for a Diverse, Globalized World
- Graduate Certificate in Forensic Psychology Licensure Track Bridge
Health and Safety
Privacy Rights (FERPA)
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is committed to the protection and confidentiality of student educational records, adhering to the guidelines established by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act – a federal legislation established to regulate access and maintenance of student educational records.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords student certain rights with respect to their education records, including the right to inspect their education records, request an amendment of the records that the student believes are inaccurate, and the right to control disclosures of their records except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. (It is important to note that all rights to access move to the student when that student is in a post-secondary education institution; parents, spouses, and significant others have no inherent right to access to student educational records).
For Our Students
A policy of students’ rights under this regulation can be found in the Student Handbook.
For more information, please refer to the U.S. Department of Education FERPA Guide.
For questions about the disclosures referenced on this page, send an e-mail to [email protected].