Consumer Information

All of the reports listed below are available by contacting the Student Financial Services Center at 1-800-248-4504 ext. 6467, 319-368-6467 or studentfinancialservices@mtmercy.edu.

Campus Security Report
Details occurrences of offenses reported to campus security or personal or local police and other security issues dealing with campus facilities and safety.


Code of Conduct for Educational Loans
Iowa Code Section 261E.2 and Sections 487(a)(25) and 487(e) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, require the development, administration and enforcement of a code of conduct governing educational loan activities.  The policy is available online at https://www.mtmercy.edu/sites/default/files/uploads/admissions/MountMercyUniversityFinancialAidCodeofConduct.pdf.


Compliance with Iowa Sex Offender Registry Law
Details information concerning the Iowa Sex Offender Registry in compliance with the Cleary Act.


Drug and Alcohol Policy
Describes acceptable conduct, applicable legal sanctions for unlawful activities, health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs/alcohol and available counseling related to drug or alcohol abuse.


Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Deals with the rights of students/parents to inspect records, procedures to request amendments to those records, rights concerning disclosure of personally identifiable information and rights concerning filing a complaint with the Department of Education for a school's failure to comply with FERPA requirements.


Financial Aid Handbook
Details information concerning financial aid policies and general information about Mount Mercy University .


Information Regarding Sexual Harassment and Abuse
Details Mount Mercy University 's policy and procedures regarding sexual harassment and sexual abuse.


Student Consumer Complaint Process
Beginning July 1, 2011, the U.S. Department of Education requirements to improve the integrity of programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act (HEA), as amended (the “Program Integrity Rule”), take effect.  The Program Integrity Rule requires, among other things, that each college or university authorized to offer postsecondary education in one or more States ensure access to a complaint process.


Title IX
Details information regarding compliance and Mount Mercy University's Title IX Coordinator.


Job Placement Rates
Career Services annually prepares statistics on the prior year's graduating class. The report details the profile of the students and job placement rates.


Mount Mercy University Catalog
Details information about Mount Mercy University 's policies and procedures in the areas of admission, academics, financial aid and student services.


Student Right-to-Know Act Graduation Rate
The Registrar's Office calculates the graduation rates of degree-seeking, first-time, full-time freshmen that complete their program in 150% of the normal time for graduation (http://www.mtmercy.edu/right-to-know). The Enrollment Compliance Disclosure data is also available at http://www.mtmercy.edu/enrollment-compliance-disclosure-2012.


Voter Registration
Voter registration forms are available at the Busse Library, or you can register to vote online.