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Gainful Employment Disclosures

You may have arrived at this page by clicking on a link for informational disclosures about students who attended this program. Please note that these disclosures are no longer in effect based on recent U.S. Department of Education rulemaking action. 

Swedish Institute’s Personal Protection Policy

Personal Protection Policy 6-28-2021 

CARES Act

As our team begins to disburse funds associated with the CARES Act, please be advised that if you have any questions, contact [email protected]. In addition, if you receive any subsequent communication (e.g., an email, letter, or phone call) regarding your CARES Act check, and you question the legitimacy of that communication, please contact us at [email protected], and a member of our team will assist you.

Thank you. 

Information regarding Swedish Institute Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Report – Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students may be accessed by clicking here. 

CARES grant info update as of 12-31-22

CARES grant info update as of 9-30-22

CARES grant info update as of 6-30-22

CARES grant info update as of 12-31-21

CARES grant info update as of 9-30-21

CARES grant info update as of 6-30-21

CARES grant info update as of 5-28-21

CARES grant info update as of 5-13-21. 

Institutional Report as of 3-19-21

CARES grant Info as of 12-31-20

CARES grant info update as of 9-30-20

CARES grant info update as of 8-11-20

Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Report- Institutional CARES Portion 

CARES website reporting document as of 9-30-20

CARES website reporting document as of 12/31/20

CARES website reporting document as of 3/19/2021

General Information 

Direct Lending Code of Conduct 

FERPA Policy 

Swedish Institute’s Crime Awareness and Campus Brochure 

Student Achievement Rate Disclosure 

Campus Security Report 

Net Price Calculator 

More information on Voter Registration 

U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard 

Campus Climate Survey: Executive Summary 

Swedish conducted its Campus Climate Survey during the winter and spring of 2018. This survey measures awareness of policies and resources and student experience with and knowledge of reporting and college adjudicatory processes for sexual harassment, including sexual violence and other related crimes. 

A summary of the results shows that, in most cases, students are aware of our policies and know whom to report instances of policy violations. More specifically, over 80% of respondents felt reasonably or very safe while on campus. Over 95% stated there was no specific area on campus where they didn’t feel safe. Most state they understand Swedish Institute and the New York State policies and services, and 90% can identify our Title IX Coordinator. The great majority state that they don’t feel there is sexual harassment on campus, and close to 100% say they have not experienced sexual misconduct on campus.