The "Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act"  was passed by Congress November 9, 1990. Title II of this Act is known as the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990.  Institutions eligible for Title IV funding are required to disclose certain information, including retention and graduation rates, athlete graduation rates, and financial assistance awarded. Institutions are also required to share information about campus safety policies and procedures and to provide statistics concerning whether certain crimes took place on campus.    

Title I, Section 103, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding to disclose completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering an institution to all students and prospective students. View our Fall Census Data for these graduation rates.

Student-Athlete Graduation Rates

Visit the Pacific Athletics Compliance page for more information on student-athletes.

All colleges and universities are required by NCAA legislation and federal law to report student-athlete graduation rates for institutions offering athletics aid. The NCAA required student-athlete graduation rate data is from the Department of Education's Integrated Post-Secondary Data System Graduation Rate Survey (IPEDS-GRS).

Campus Security Act

Visit the Public Safety website for past crime statistics, which also  satisfies the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act.