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Institutional, Financial Aid and Other Consumer Information

Vanderbilt University provides the following information in accordance with the disclosure requirements for institutions participating in federal financial aid programs under Title IV.   The list contains links to the pages containing the actual information or policies or where to obtain the information if it is not available on-line. 

Financial Aid Information

Contact Information and Student Financial Aid Information

Paper copies of this information may be obtained by writing the Office of Student Financial Aid, 2309 West End Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203-1725 or by calling 615-322-3591 or 800-288-0204. 

Need-Based Assistance for Undergraduate Students 

Federal Student Loan Options for Undergraduate Students

Expanded Aid Program  

Cost of Attendance  

Net Price Calculator 

Loan Exit Counseling 

Financial Aid Office Code of Conduct 

Private Alternative Loan Options 

Refund Policies


Refunds for Undergraduate Students

Refunds for Graduate and Professional Students

Drug Convictions and Ineligibility for Federal Financial Aid

U.S. Department of Education National Student Loan Data System

Complaints Regarding Student Loans

Complaints regarding student loans, including private loans, may be made to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at

Accreditation Information

Vanderbilt University Accreditation 

Complaint and Grievance Procedures – Internal & External

Complaint and Grievance Procedures for Students Enrolled in Vanderbilt University Distance Learning Programs Outside the State of Tennessee

Institutional Information 

Institutional information about Vanderbilt University, including accreditation, academic programs, faculty, tuition, and other costs, is available in the catalogs of the colleges and schools on the Vanderbilt University Website at  Paper copies of the catalogs for the graduate and professional schools are available upon request from the dean of the appropriate school 

Quick Facts about Vanderbilt 

National Center for Education Statistics/College Navigator

Vanderbilt University Factbook 

Academics at Vanderbilt 

Academic Program/Disciplines and Majors

Office of the University Registrar 

Student Profile Information 

Information about graduation rates for students at Vanderbilt University is available on the Vanderbilt University Website at under "Student Profile" and then under "Retention Rates." Paper copies of information about graduation rates may be obtained by writing the Office of the University Registrar, PMB 407701, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville, TN 37240-7701 or by calling 615-322-7701. 

The Vanderbilt Profile and Student Body Diversity 

Vanderbilt University Retention/Graduation Rates 

Employment Statistics and Career Center Information

Student Record Privacy and FERPA 

Information about a student’s right to the privacy with respect to educational records and the right to access and review such records under the "Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act" is available in the Student Handbook at Additional information is available from the Office of the University Registrar on the Vanderbilt University Website at Paper copies of this information may be obtained by writing the Office of the University Registrar, PMB 407701, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville, TN 37240-7701 or by calling 615-322-7701. 

Information on Campus Security Policies, Crime & Fire Statistics 

The Vanderbilt University Annual Security Report on University-wide security and safety, including related policies, procedures, and crime statistics is available from the Vanderbilt Police Department on the University Website at: A paper copy of the report may be obtained by writing the Vanderbilt University Police, 2800 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville, TN 37212 or by calling 615-343-9750.

The Vanderbilt University Annual Report on Fire Safety and the Annual Residential Fire Log are available from Vanderbilt Environmental Health and Safety on the University website at A paper copy of the report may be obtained by writing Vanderbilt Environmental Health and Safety, 1161 21st Avenue, U0211 MCN, Nashville, TN 37232

Daily Crime Log

Emergency Preparedness and Planning/Emergency Notifications

Information Regarding Student Accountability Disciplinary Procedures


      Sexual Misconduct & Other Forms of Power-Based Personal Violence:

Missing Student Notification Policy

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions/Acceptable Use Policy 

Vanderbilt and Federal Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions

Vanderbilt Acceptable Use Policy/Computing Privileges and Responsibilities 

Alcohol and Drug Use Policies and Prevention 

Vanderbilt University Alcohol and Controlled Substances Policies

University, State, and Federal Sanctions for Alcohol and Controlled Substances Violations

Office of Wellness Programs and Alcohol Education

Transfer of Credit  

For information regarding transfer of credit, please refer to the catalog of the relevant college or school. Information and the forms also may be found on the websites of the college or school. 

Information for Transfer Students


Other University Policies 

Vanderbilt Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action/Nondiscrimation Policies


Immunization Requirements

Undergraduate and Graduate School Catalogs

Student Handbook


Other Consumer Information 

Disability Services for Students 

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VA Benefits


A copy of the annual "Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act" report on the Vanderbilt University student-athletics program-participation rates and financial-support data may be obtained by writing the Vanderbilt UniversityOffice of Athletics Compliance, 2601 Jess Neely Dr., Nashville, TN 37212 or by calling 615-343-1107. 

Information on Voter Registration 

Information on Gainful Employment/Programs in Allied Health at VMC   

Effective July 1, 2011, all colleges and universities with certificate programs that are eligible for federal student aid are required to disclose specific information about these “gainful employment” programs for prospective students that will enable them to compare programs.   The Programs in Allied Health at Vanderbilt Medical Center offers six certificate programs that are eligible for federal financial aid. Gainful Employment information regarding these programs may be found on the Allied Health Programs webpage of the Vanderbilt Medical Center website at

 Information on Gainful Employment/Next Steps at Vanderbilt

Next Steps at Vanderbilt University is a 2-year nonresidential certification program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, providing individualized Programs of Study in the areas of education, social skills, and vocational training. Gainful Employment information regarding this program may be found at