Consumer Information

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences provides this resource page as a service to ensure that students and prospective students, employees and future employees, community members and the public have easy access to important institutional data involving campus safety, financial aid and other information.

This information is intended to help individuals make informed decisions about enrollment and employment at KCU* and is in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA).

Contact Information

General questions or concerns regarding the information provided here should be directed to Felicia Vannoy, associate registrar, at fvannoy@kcumb.edu. Please direct department-specific questions not answered here to the appropriate department or office.

General Institutional Information

Employment Placement Data

Residency Match Statistics

Note: Employment placement data is not yet available for the College of Biosciences; however, a significant population of COB graduates later apply and are accepted into professional degree programs either here at KCU or elsewhere.

Student Outcomes

Completion/Graduate Rate Data
Retention Rate Data

Health and Safety Information

Student Financial Assistance

Entrance/Exit Counseling
Financial Aid Satisfactory Progress Policy
Financial Aid Code of Conduct
Loans
Scholarships (College of Osteopathic Medicine)
Tuition and Fees
Withdrawal and Refund Policy (Includes Return to Title IV)

KCU is a participating member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), which allows KCU to offer post-secondary distance education programs in participating states. From time to time, KCU may offer such programs.

Complaints or inquiries regarding KCU’s efforts in states outside of the State of Missouri can be directed to Stacy Jackson, Chief Compliance Officer at scjackson@kcumb.edu. Inquiries related to that process can be directed to the same. This avenue should be used in the event of complaints relating to: alleged fraudulent activity; consumer protection concerns; accuracy of recruitment and marketing materials; accuracy of information, data, transferability of credits, and course information; accuracy of information relating to accreditation, etc.

If a person is not satisfied with the outcome of the institutional process for handling state-specific complaints, the complaint may be appealed to the SARA portal agency in the state where the student is located and must be done within two years of the incident. A link to more information relating to SARA portal agencies and appeal processes can be found via the following links:

http://nc-sara.org/content/sara-and-students
http://nc-sara.org/sara-states-institutions

*The information provided here is not comprehensive and other factors may influence an individual's decision to apply or enroll.