Schiller International University Disclosures
Federal law requires that we disclose to all students the terms and conditions of repayment of all charges. We are also required to retain a signed copy (either electronic or written) of this instrument of disclosure.
All students enrolled in courses at Schiller International University must sign the disclosure statement. Not signing a disclosure statement may cause a “hold” to be placed on university records, which may prohibit registration, receipt of university transcripts, filing for leave of absence, and receipt of a university diploma.
See below the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report.
Schiller International University provides complete graduation, retention and other statistics to the general public, including prospective students, as required by the US Department of Education (“ED”) via the Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System (“IPEDS”). This is the latest graduation rate based on the IPEDS report. The latest summary of Graduation Rates is available for download and display by clicking here.
These statistics are for full-time, first-time students who began their studies in the Fall of 2013 and graduated within 150% of the “normal time” to complete their program. The IPEDs reporting data encompasses data from our United States campus only. Complete IPEDS statistics are provided by ED on their College Navigatorweb site by clicking here.
A hard copy of this report can be obtained by contacting the Campus Director of your campus.
Links to other required disclosures are provided below.
The United States Department of Education announced recently that our current accreditor ACICS (Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools) is no longer recognized. Notwithstanding this, the US Department of Education deems Schiller International University to hold recognized accreditation for a period of up to 18 months, or until February 19, 2024, and during such time, remains eligible to participate in federal financial aid programs under Title IV of the Higher Education Act (HEA). After the 18-month period, the Institution will no longer be eligible to receive funds under Title IV, HEA programs if not approved by a new nationally recognized accreditor. Schiller began the process of gaining new accreditation with another recognized US accrediting organization in 2021 before this decision was announced. The completion of this process remains a priority for Schiller and communication regarding any updates will be shared as soon as they become available.
Our university is licensed, and degrees approved by the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education (CIE) to operate in Florida as well as by the local authorities in the countries where we operate: by the Autonomous Community of Madrid (Spain), by the Education and Research Ministry in Germany (Baden Württemberg), as well as authorized by the Rectorat de Paris, France. In addition, our German Campus is programmatically accredited by the Evaluation Agency Evalag.
Campus Accountability Reports
Annual Safety and Security Reports
- Heidelberg Campus Report 2022
- Madrid Campus Report 2022
- Paris Campus Report 2022
- Tampa Campus Report 2022
For additional and historical information, please visit our Campus Safety Reports Page.
Title IX Policy
Title IX Coordinator for Schiller International University:
Egan Hanson, Global Head of Compliance and Institutional Effectiveness
Address: 400 North Tampa Street Suite #1700, Tampa, FL 33602
Phone: +1 813-323-9088
Student Complaint Policies
Completion/Graduation Rate Disclosures
Voter Registration Information
To learn more about voter registration, including information on how to register in your State or Territory, you can visit https://vote.gov/.
The Florida Online Voter Registration System can be accessed at https://registertovoteflorida.gov/home?ref=voteusa_en.
US Citizens currently overseas can visit https://www.fvap.gov for additional information and voting assistance.
Information on becoming a volunteer poll worker can be found at https://www.eac.gov/voters/become-poll-worker.