Student Right-To-Know Act Disclosures

Information about the Graduation/Retention Rates for students enrolled at E.D.P. School, and other important school information is stored at the National Center for Education Statistics web site. 

For more information, please visit the National Center for Education Statistic’s website by clicking here.


Jeanne Clery Campus Security Report and Policy

The security policies at E.D.P. School are designed to protect the safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and visitors, including providing timely notifications in safety emergencies.

This page also details the history of crimes and other offenses at our school over the past three calendar years. For more information regarding the Jeanne Clery Campus Crime Report, please follow this link.

Drug and Alcohol Policy

The employers that hire our graduates are tough on drug abuse, and so are we. E.D.P. School has a strong Policy on Drugs and Alcohol to protect the safety of our students, faculty and staff.

More information about our drug and alcohol policy can be found here.

Services to Students with Disabilities

E.D.P. School will make reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. It should be noted that due to the technical nature of our programs, some places within our facilities are not accessible to mobility-impaired persons. Further, students with disabilities must be physically able to complete the training program with reasonable accommodations. Also, certain physical and intellectual abilities are bonafide occupational qualifications and thus certain disabilities might disqualify a student from any potential employment.

Protecting Your Personal Information (Privacy Policy)

E.D.P. School is exceptionally careful in protecting the personal information of our students. We do not share your private information and we maintain an information security policy (privacy policy) in compliance with the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act. You can find out more about our privacy policy here.

Transfer of Credit Policy

This link provides our policy on accepting credit for previous training, and a notice about the transferring of E.D.P. credits to other colleges. For more information about our policy regarding the transferring of credits, please follow this link.

Copyright Infringement

E.D.P. School takes copyright infringement infractions very seriously and we have a strict policy against any and all copyright infringement, including the illegal downloading and/or sharing of electronic media files. 

Copyright Policy

Student Advisory Regarding Copyright Infringement: The concept of private property is one of the building blocks of our society. To take the property of another without permission is theft. This concept is also applicable to intellectual property, including music and video entertainment.

Students at E.D.P. School are prohibited from using school computers, networks, or other electronic devices for the purpose of illegally duplicating or sharing copyrighted material. This not only includes printed material, but downloaded or shared music, video or other media files.

Students who engage in in the illegal duplication or distribution of copyrighted material using E.D.P. School’s computers, networks, or other equipment are subject to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from the school.

Student Advisory: Students are advised that the school’s computer network is monitored and all network activity can be observed and traced by school officials.

Satisfactory Academic Progress for Title IV Eligibility

It is important for students to understand the School’s academic policies. E.D.P. School maintains the highest academic standards and performance measures to ensure that our graduates are well prepared to succeed in the workplace. For a detailed breakdown of Satisfactory Academic Progress and Title IV Eligibility, please click here.

Citizenship & Voting

E.D.P. School and its staff encourage students to be active participants in the American political system by being responsible members of their community. For example, each year the school celebrates “Constitution Day,” on September 17, and offers activities to educate our students about the U.S. system of government and their role within it. For more information about voting, please click this link.

Financial Aid Code of Ethics

E.D.P. School has created a set of rules for our interactions with student loan lenders to ensure that our students are always given unbiased advice about utilizing education loan providers. The Financial Aid Code of Ethics can be viewed here.

Cost & Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator available on our website allows prospective students to enter information about themselves to find out what students like them paid to attend school during the previous year, after taking various financial specifics into account.  Our Net Price Calculator can be found here.

Withdrawal, Refund & Return to Title IV Policies

These policies are applicable for students who withdraw or otherwise fail to complete their program of study at E.D.P. School. For information regarding withdrawals, tuition refund policies and associated Title IV policies can be found by clicking this link.