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Find information about Urbana University’s policies, accreditations and approvals, including Title IX, Assessment, Consumer Information, and Student Grievance and Appeal Procedures.
We provide equal opportunity at Urbana University. Get Title IX accreditation information and learn about what it means for all students, faculty and staff at Urbana University.Learn More
We know how important a degree from an accredited university is to your future. Learn about Urbana University’s accreditations and approvals status.Learn More
We are committed to student success – and we focus our efforts on understanding and improving student learning through assessment.Learn More
Read what's expected of Urbana students based upon the University's core values, such as honesty, integrity, and mutual respect.Learn More
Urbana University’s consumer information is provided to keep current and future students in the know as we meet disclosure and reporting requirements.Learn More
Understanding the University’s academic policies is the key to staying on track as you earn your degree. Learn what’s expected of a successful Urbana student.Learn More
Do you have previously earned credit? We have agreements with several colleges to make transferring your credit easier.Learn More
Get a handle on the University’s grading system, credit hour policies and how academic credits are calculated.Learn More
Students must demonstrate reasonable progress to protect their academic standing and eligibility for financial aid, as well as participation in athletics and extracurricular activities.Learn More
Students who do not make reasonable academic progress may be subject to sanctions, which include academic warning, academic probation, suspension and dismissal. Students can contest sanctions through the University’s Appeals Process.Learn More
Access to educational records is restricted by the federal FERPA law. It’s important for students and parents to understand the privacy rights granted by FERPA.Learn More
Significant civil and criminal penalties exist for violation of federal copyright laws.Learn More
Urbana University is focused on the protection of the campus community.Learn More
Urbana University is committed to honoring the privacy of visitors to its Website.Learn More
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Founded in 1850, Urbana University is a private, not-for-profit institution that offers educational opportunities and college degree programs to learners around the world and throughout the state of Ohio, including the cities of Urbana, Bellefontaine, Columbus, Dayton, Fairborn, London, Marysville, Piqua, Sidney, Springfield, and Troy. Urbana is a division of Franklin University, a nonprofit accredited university in Columbus, Ohio and provider of online college degrees, including bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs.