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CONSUMER INFORMATION
Reporting Period July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021

A) For each program of study, report:
1) The number of students who were admitted in the program or course of instruction* as of July 1 of this reporting period. 198
2) The number of additional students who were admitted in the program or course of instruction during the next 12 months and classified in one of the following categories:
a) New starts 198
b) Re-enrollments 0
c) Transfers into the program from other programs at the school 0
3) The total number of students admitted in the program or course of instruction during the 12-month reporting period (the number of students reported under subsection A1 plus the total number of students reported under subsection A2). 198
4) The number of students enrolled in the program or course of instruction during the 12-month reporting period who:
a) Transferred out of the program or course and into another program or course at the school 0
b) Completed or graduated from a program or course of instruction 166
c) Withdrew from the school 33
d) Are still enrolled 0
5) The number of students enrolled in the program or course of instruction who were:
a) Placed in their field of study 70
b) Placed in a related field 0
c) Placed out of the field 0
d) Not available for placement due to personal reasons 11
e)* Not employed 96
B1) The number of students who took a State licensing examination or professional certification examination, if any, during the reporting period. 0
B2) The number of students who took and passed a State licensing examination or professional certification examination, if any, during the reporting period. 0
C)  The number of graduates who obtained employment in the field who did not use the school’s placement assistance during the reporting period; such information may be compiled by reasonable efforts of the school to contact graduates by written correspondence. 0
D)  The average starting salary for all school graduates employed during the reporting period; this information may be compiled by reasonable efforts of the school to contact graduates by written correspondence. $77,511

*Of the 96 not employed students that are actively job seeking, the average time of seeking employment is 131 days.  The average time to job placement during this reporting period is 98 days post-graduation