Consumer Information

This page provides prospective students, current students and employees with information about Trocaire College in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act.

Visit the HEOA Website for more information.

General Institutional Information

  • College Articulation Agreements
  • Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Programs Information: The accreditation of each academic program offered by Trocaire is noted on the individual program pages. Further information regarding a program’s accreditation status and any written correspondence or documentation related to that accreditation can be acquired upon request.  This request should be sent to the V.P. of Academic Affairs in writing either via hard copy or electronic formats. The inquiry should identify the accrediting body and the specific information needed. Expect a minimum of two weeks from inquiry date for a response.
  • Computer Use, Copyright Infringement and File Sharing. All faculty, staff and students are expected to comply with federal copyright laws. Persons found in violation of US Copyright Law are subject to penalties which may include but are not limited to being banned from access to specific technologies or facilities, loss of computer and network privileges, be required to make full restitution and/or prosecuted if criminal activity is found.”  For more information see the college’s student handbook, page 26 listed under Technology-Acceptable Use Policy.  A copy of the college’s administrative regulation (Regulation No. 191) pertaining to copyright infringement and file sharing can be obtained by requesting it through the office of the V.P. for Academic Affairs.
  • Student Life
  • Advisement and Career and Job Placement Services

Student Financial Assistance

The two major sources are the Federal Pell program and the State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Please note: Anyone convicted and having completed incarceration for a forcible or non-forcible sexual offense is ineligible to receive a Federal Pell grant.

Health and Safety

Student Outcomes

  • Retention Rate: for first-time freshmen in 2016 was 54%
  • Graduation Rates: (Student-Right-to-Know Act) IPEDS graduation rate in 2016 was 34%
  • Transfer-out Rates: (Student-Right-to-Know Act) IPEDs Transfer out rate in 2016 was 20%

Job Placement

Voter Registration

  • Trocaire College encourages all students to be registered and vote. Voter Registration forms are available anytime in the Dean of Students Office, Room 129. The college will mail in the registration form for all current students.

Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act)*

Teacher Preparation Program Report*

Note: Items which include an asterisk (*) beside them are not applicable to Trocaire College.