Compass Career College is dedicated to providing the highest quality career training to all enrolled students preparing each student for entry into the work force. The following consumer information is provided to benefit current and prospective students and any other interested party. Knowledgeable individuals are able to make informed decisions about their role, their actions, and their responsibilities within the community. Included are key items disclosed in accordance with the federal Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA).
Each year, the institution publishes a Student Consumer Information Flyer available online in a pdf format and distributed to enrolled students in print format.
Students may also visit the College Navigator website to view data reported to the Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System.
General information is located in the institution's general catalog. Several polices detailed in the catalogs and handbooks have been posted to the web in pdf format for the convenience of perspective students. Use these links to:
Copyright Infringement Policies:
Read our policies on how to appropriately use information technology resources and copyrighted materials.
Health and Safety:
In an effort to safeguard the health and safety of our faculty, staff, and students, we have established a Drug Free School Policy (DFSP) to assist in making health, responsible choices. Read our policies regarding the well-being of our campus community.
Student Body Diversity and Student Outcomes:
As part of the required information an institution must make available to prospective and enrolled students, the HEOA adds new information on student body diversity in the categories of gender and ethnicity of enrolled, full-time students who receive Federal Pell Grants.
The following data was collected from the 2020-2021 aid year.
Total Enrolled Full-Time Students: 352
Male - 58
Female - 294
Total Enrolled Full-Time Students Receiving Federal Pell Grants: 225
Male - 34
Female - 191
Ethnicity of Full-Time Students Receiving Federal Pell Grants:
|Black or African American
|2 or more races
|Unknown or Unreported
|American Indian or Alaska Native
Student Placement Rates:
The following student placement rate is provided to benefit current and prospective students and any other interested party. Knowledgeable individuals are able to make informed decisions about their role, their actions, and their responsibilities within the community.
The following data was collected from the 2019-2020 aid year:
|Medical Billing and Coding
|Nurse Aide Training
Student Financial Assistance:
Know your financial rights and responsibilities as a student, the types of aid administered by Compass Career College, and the policies governing the return of funds when a student withdraws.
Students 18 years of age or older are encouraged to register to vote. Voter registration information for Tangipahoa parish may be found online. Students needing assistance accessing this website may contact Student Services.