This page is designed to provide current and prospective students with information in a variety of areas related to institutional information, student services, financial aid, campus security and student outcomes.
Student Consumer Information
General Institutional Information
National Student Loan Data System
All student and/or parent borrowers will have their loan information submitted to the National Student Loan Data System. This data will be accessible by guaranty agencies, lenders and schools determined to be authorized users of the data system. Students can find information about the student loan history by accessing the Department of Education’s National Student Loan Data System at www.nslds.ed.gov or by calling toll-free (800) 999-8219. You will need your federal student aid PIN to access NSLDS. To retrieve your PIN visit www.pin.ed.gov.
Entrance/Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers
All student loan borrowers are asked to complete exit counseling prior to withdrawing, graduating, transferring or dropping below 1/2 time enrollment. The MVC Financial Aid Office will notify loan borrowers of this requirement and will request exit counseling to be completed online.
Health & Safety
Retention, Graduation, and Licensure Rates
Retention, Graduation, and Licensure Pass Rates
Retention Rates First-Time Full-Time Students (Undergraduate) Fall-to-Fall 2020 – 2021 47% 2019 – 2020 52% 2018 – 2019 42% 2017 – 2018 44% 2016 – 2017 45% 2015 – 2016 43% Retention Rates Graduate (Internal Measurement) Fall-to-Fall 2020 – 2021 73% 2019 – 2020 83% 2018 – 2019 50% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students 2017 – 2018 100% 2016 – 2017 75% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students 2015 – 2016 80% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students Graduation Rates—First-Time Full-Time Students (Undergraduate) Cohort 4-year 6-year Fall 2016 14.60% *IPEPS Release Pending Fall 2015 16.40% 24% Fall 2014 12% 22% Fall 2013 11.40% 27% Fall 2012 12.90% 23% Fall 2011 15.10% 28.50% Graduation Rates—Graduate Students (internal Measurement) Year 2 Year 3 Year Fall ’19 94% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students Fall ’18 100% 100% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students Fall ’17 100% 100% Fall ’16 50% 75% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students Fall ’15 83% 83% * Cohort less than or equal to 5 students
Licensure, Certification, and Registration Rates
Cohort Recommended to Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for Certification 2021 100% 2020 100% 2019 100% 2018 100% 2017 100% 2016 100%
Graduation Year First Time Pass Rate NCLEX Licensure Exam % Overall Pass Rate 2021 72% 2020 75% 2019 80% 80% 2018 100% 100% 2017 No cohort this year No cohort this year 2016 100% 100%
Masters of Arts, Community Counseling
Cohort National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification (NCER) Exam First-Time Pass Rate 2019-2020 67% 2018-2019 82% 2017-2018 83% 2016-2017 90% 2015-2016 100%
Intercollegiate Athletic Program
Participation Rates & Financial Support Data
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Professional Licensure Disclose
The Department of Education Federal Regulation 34 CFR 668.43 (a)(5)(v) and State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA) policy mandates each institution inform students of whether their program curriculum in both distance education programs and face-to-face programs meets the state requirements for each program that leads to licensure or certification.
If you live outside the state of Missouri and are considering enrolling in a face-to-face program at Missouri Valley College that leads to a professional licensure and/or certification, each state and territory have different professional licensure and certification requirements, therefore we strongly recommend that you confirm that the program meets regulations for your state. Other licensure requirements may include professional examinations, background checks, years of work experience, fingerprinting requirements, etc.
Prospective and current students should also keep in mind that licensing and authorization requirements vary by state and that relocating during the course of a program to another state could impact whether they can continue in the course, meet the eligibility requirements of that state, and/or receive financial aid funding. Students considering relocation during their academic program are encouraged to communicate with the program contact and the applicable licensing authority in that state for authorization and licensure eligibility requirements. For your convenience, links to requirements for other states and other US jurisdictions are provided based on the program. If your academic program of interest is not listed, please contact the program department for more information.