Crowley’s Ridge College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accrediting agency authorized by the U.S. Department of Education. Some programs are also accredited and/or approved by other agencies. Accreditation information can be found on the Crowley’s Ridge College Accreditation page.
Campus Security Report
Crowley’s Ridge College publishes a report that discloses relevant information about campus security policies and crime statistics that can be found on the website by clicking here.
Diversity of Enrollment
In the Fall of 2017, enrollment of all full-time undergraduate students in credit programs was 189. Of these 48% were female and 52% were male. 0% were American Indian/Alaska Native, 0% were Asian/Pacific Islander, 7% were Black, 2% were Hispanic, 91% were White, 0% were Two or More Races, and 0% were Non-Resident Alien.
Diversity of Pell Recipients
Federal Pell Grant recipients comprised 54% of the full-time enrolled students in the Fall of 2017. Of these, 47% were female and 53% were male. Of the Pell recipients, 13.7% identified themselves as members of a racial or ethnic minority.
Graduation, Retention and Transfer RatesFederal Compliance_ Student Achievement Data
Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is a tool designed to help students estimate what it may cost to attend Crowley’s Ridge College annually. This broad estimate is based on the cost of attendance and the financial aid that was provided to full-time, first-time degree/certificate seeking undergraduate students in 2013-14. Actual net price can vary significantly based on student eligibility and does not represent an actual award. Submission of the FAFSA is the only way to obtain a true and accurate determination of eligibility. Estimates apply to full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students. Visit the Net Price Calculator website.
Disability Resources and Services
PC Disability Resources and Services
Crowley’s Ridge College collects survey information from its graduation to help determine their perception of being prepared to enter the workplace. Information from these surveys is used in a collaborative effort to inform systematic and curricular changes at the division and program level. Recently, the Division of Teacher Education conducted a survey of recent graduates about their preparation under the Danielson model, The Framework for Effective Teaching. Results can be seen here.