Student Right-To-Know

Public Law 101-542, more commonly referred to as the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act was signed into law on November 8, 1990. The federal legislation requires institutions of higher education receiving federal financial assistance to provide information regarding graduation rates of its students to prospective and current students, and crime statistics and campus security information to current students and employees. Six-year graduation rates for cohorts of entering freshmen and campus crime statistics, as required by the federal legislation, are updated annually on the Lewis University Website.