Consumer Information

Athletic Department Information

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Report

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act Information


Additional Information can be obtained through the Athletic Department

Andy Meneely

Athletic Director

Phone: 252-334-2087



Constitution Day

Constitution Day celebrations are coordinated annually by the Student Life Office which empahsizes leadership, service and civic values. Additiona information about this year's event can be obtained upon request through the Student Life Office

Student Life Office

Phone: 252-334-2043



Copyright Policies and Sanctions

Federal Policy

Institutional Policy


Disability Services

Additional Information can be obtained upon request through the Learning Center

Kathy Smith, Director, Learning Enhancement Services

Phone: 252-334-2024



Privacy of Student Records - FERPA

FERPA Information

For additional Information contact Registrar's Office

Phone: 252-334-2029



Health and Safety

Clery Act

Student Handbook

Public Safety - pg. 35-36

Fire Safety - pg. 16,32

Fire Drills - pg. 16

Missing Student Policy - pg. 36

Emegency Notification - pg. 31

Emergency Response and Evacuation - pg. 31-34

Hate Crimes - pg. 30

Annual Reports

Drugs, Alcohol and other Guidelines and Policies - pg. 19


Refund Policy and Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Federal Financial Aid

Academic Catalog pg. 131-132


Satisfactory Academic Progress

Located in Academic Catalog pg. 137-137.


Student Body Diversity

Fact Book


Students Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities

As a recipient of financial aid, there are certain rights and responsibilities of which students should be aware. These rights and responsibilities of students on financial aid can be found below.

More Information:

Academic Catalog pg. 128-137

Award Package Inserts


Students have the right to know the:

  • The financial aid programs that are available at Mid-Atlantic Christian University
  • The process and procedures that must be followed in order to be considered for financial aid.
  • The criteria used in selection of recipients, and the method used for calculating need.
  • The various programs on the financial aid award and how the need was determined.
  • The refund and repayment policy at the University.
  • How the Financial Aid Office makes its determination on such questions as student progress, the appeal process, and other decisions.
  • The terms, including repayment of any loan allocated by the University.

Students are responsible for:

  • The timely and proper completion of all necessary forms by the established deadlines, and the accuracy of any information provided to the University in the financial aid application.
  • Promptly providing any additional information requested by the Financial Aid Office.
  • Keeping the Financial Aid Office informed of any changes in address, name, marital status, financial situation, or any change in student status.
  • Reading and understanding all financial aid forms sent and/or signed and keeping copies of forms.
  • Notifying the Financial Aid Office of any scholarship, grant, or other resources made available from non-University sources while receiving financial aid.
  • Notifying the Financial Aid Office if the student withdraws from the University or changes enrollment status. Because some repayment may be expected on a prorated basis, future aid may be suspended if arrangements for payment are not made with the Financial Aid Office.
  • Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in order to be considered for financial aid.
  • Visiting the Financial Aid Office for an exit interview if in receipt of a Direct Loan and do not plan to return to school the following semester.
  • Re-applying for aid each year. 


Student Outcomes (Student-Right-To-Know)

College Navigator



Textbook Information

online book store


Transfer Student Policy



Tuition and Fees



Vaccination Policy


Additional information is available through the Registrar's Office

Phone: 252-334-2029



Voter Information

Voter Registration