Consumer Information

· Consumer Information
Consumer Information 2019-09-17T08:42:29+00:00

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires universities participating in federal student aid programs to make certain disclosures to enrolled and prospective students, parents, employees, and the public. ?In order to help students and their families make informed decisions, Northwestern?State University developed this page to serve as a central point for obtaining consumer information about the institution.

上海快3预测计划If you have questions about the information on this page, need copies of reports listed or general questions about the University, please contact:

Ms. Frances Conine
Vice President for The Student Experience
Northwestern State University
Student Services Center, Room 134
Natchitoches, Louisiana 71497
Phone: 318-357-5285
Fax: 318-357-6325

General Institutional Information

  • Banking Services Contract
  • Billing and Accounting Information
  • Faculty and Staff Directory
  • Instructional Facilities
  • School and Program Accreditation, Approval, or Licensure
  • Student Body Diversity
  • Misrepresentation Policy
    To protect educational consumers, Northwestern State University attempts to provide face to face communications and online and in print information about the institution that is accurate, honest and clear. The University makes efforts to avoid misrepresentation to its stake holders, prospective students, current students, faculty and staff, alumni, and our community, by informing employees of such policy and by providing transparent means of communication.Northwestern is prohibited by federal regulations (CFR title 34 sections 668.71-74) and state law (Louisiana Revised Statutes 51:1402, 51:1405 and 51:411) from making false or misleading statements or providing false or misleading documentation to consumers, to our accrediting bodies or to the US Department of Education (DOE). Northwestern defines misrepresentation as any false or misleading communication made by the institution or one of its official representatives.A misrepresentation may be a false or misleading statement about: Northwestern’s programs, financial charges, graduation rates, or employability of graduates, made directly or indirectly to any person, the DOE, and/or an accrediting agency with the likelihood to deceive. This includes dissemination of a student testimony or endorsement made under duress or because the student was by the school to make such an endorsement to participate. Northwestern views a substantial misrepresentation any misrepresentation on which the person to whom it was made could reasonably be expected to rely, or has reasonably relied, to that person’s detriment.

General Information Statements

— NSU recruiters are paid a salary through the state of Louisiana and receive no other compensation for their job. They use vehicles for travel from the NSU motor pool. They have a state issued mobile phone and Ipad. They are given a per diem meal allowance while traveling.


Financial Assistance

Student Outcomes

  • Completion/Graduation Rates
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  • Retention Rates

Student Support

  • Constitution Day
    • In honor of America’s founding document, the United States Constitution, NSU annually celebrates Constitution Day on September 17, or as close as possible in accordance with federal law. This day is reserved for reverence and celebration of America’s most precious governing document and serves as a reminder of its importance in our history and its relevance to our lives today. Past activities have included flag raising ceremonies, guest speakers, student debates on interpreting the Constitution, voter registration drives, and panel discussions featuring NSU faculty analyzing recent Supreme Court decisions.
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse prevention
  • Voter Registration Forms