Personalized form covering the total cost of an education program

Mount St. Joseph University provides an online net price calculator available through the Mount financial aid web page. Upon admission, each student is provided with a detailed financial statement explaining tuition cost and fees.


Plans for all military and Veteran education beneficiaries

During the initial meeting, admission counselors talk with prospective student’s program interests according to that student’s application and goals.  Program requirements are discussed, as well as course formats, potential transfer work and work experience.  Once the veteran/beneficiary is assigned to an academic advisor, the advisor and student meet to schedule classes, discuss major requirements and map out a plan for degree completion. 


End fraudulent and aggressive recruiting techniques and misrepresentations

The Mount does not participate in aggressive recruiting practices.  The enrollment at the University has been through word of mouth from veterans themselves that have achieved their goals and were satisfied with their education.  The personal attention at the Mount has additionally helped the veteran enrollment increase.  Admission counselors attend pre-planned education fairs with other institutions, some of which are dedicated to veterans only.  Many of these fairs have been held on military sites such as Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the VA Medical Center of Cincinnati and Dayton.  The Mount provides resource guides that give full disclosure of programs and cost.


Accommodate Service members and Reservist due to service requirements

Mount St. Joseph University is very supportive when our military/veterans are called to active duty. Available options for a student served with orders should visit this link to provide specific options.


Designate a point of contact to provide academic and financial advice

The Conlan Center: Student Administrative Services, Registrar’s Office and the Academic Advising Resource Center provide academic and financial support.


Ensure accreditation of all new programs prior to enrolling students

Mount St. Joseph University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) in the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). To view a list of the university’s accreditations, please visit this site.  

     The Higher Learning Commission 
     230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
     Chicago, IL 60604

To learn more, contact: Higher Learning Commission
Copies of the University’s accreditation can be obtained through the Office of the President.

Align institutional refund policies with those under Title IV, which governs the administration of federal student financial aid programs

The Mount is in compliance with the Title IV refund policy guidelines. Visit the office of Student Administrative Services to find out more about the refund policy.