National Park College Office of Institutional Research and Reporting is committed to improving the educational experience of students through the development of a data-driven campus culture.
The Higher Learning Commission requires institutions who are participating in federally funded financial aid programs to provide statistical reporting regarding the institution. In order to keep our accreditation, we provide this information to the public, current and prospective students, current and prospective student loan borrowers, and current employees. NPC is committed to being open and transparent with this information whether you’re a prospective student, a parent viewing schooling options, or just curious about the cost of attendance at National Park College.
You are entitled to paper copy of this information. You may contact Chris Coble for questions or to obtain any information regarding NPC.
Academic Program Data
As a student of NPC there are certain things you have a right to know:
Health & Safety Information
A prospective or currently enrolled student has the right to request graduation or completion rates of National Park College students as well as the annual Campus Security Report. These documents are also available in the Registrar’s Office, located on the 2nd floor of the Student Commons Building.
Equity in Athletics
View the Department of Education's Equity in Athletics Data Analysis tool for current information.
View our current Title IX Policy.
View the "Title IX Final Rule Released: What you need to know now" training materials for Title IX Coordinators.
View NPC's Title IX training for all staff, faculty, and students.
Reports published by the Office of Institutional Research and Reporting are for informational purposes only.
The Office of Institutional Research and Reporting strives to insure the veracity of the data published. Due to state and federal reporting requirements, data that is published on our web page may change without notice. Updates to published data will occur throughout the academic year.
Due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and state regulations, all student personally identifiable information such as student ids, Social Security numbers, and names of students, will be omitted from all published reports.