The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) requires colleges and universities that participate in federal student financial aid programs to disclose certain information to current and prospective students, parents, and university employees. This site was developed to provide these disclosures in one location. Please follow the links below for information on each of the topics listed.

Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information

Questions concerning assistance in obtaining institutional information should be directed to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at or by calling that office at (800) 367-3565 x 315.  Questions concerning assistance in obtaining financial aid information should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid at or by calling that office at (800) 367-63565 x 303. Visiting the Financial Aid page on our website is also encouraged.  Additional information including explanation of fees, federal financial aid programs at HCU, understanding the financial aid award letter, and explanation of financial aid terms can be found in the 2023-2024 HCU Understanding Your Financial Aid Handbook.

Students with Disabilities

Heritage Christian University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to, alternative methods of testing and evaluation, digital accessibility compliance, and modifications necessary for the accessibility of our facilities.  Any student with an accommodation request may contact Vice President of Student Services Travis Harmon to discuss accommodation requests and concerns. All discussions will remain confidential.

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Health and Safety

Daily Crime Log

Student Outcomes

  • Retention Rates (see “Retention and Graduation Rates” section of College Navigator)
  • Graduation Rates (see “Retention and Graduation Rates” section of College Navigator)
  • Job Placement for Graduates

    The following chart displays what graduates from an email listing said that their first and current job/responsibility was after graduation, according to a survey of graduates from 1970-2019, in which 25% of graduates (84 out of 334) responded.  Five of the 83 are graduate students (6.0%). Each individual is listed once in the list below.

    *A percentage of the ministers in these categories are wearing multiple ministry “hats.” We went with the first ministry that was listed.  The other ministries that are not already listed below are Involvement Minister and Senior Adults’ Minister.

    First Job/Responsibility N = 84 Current Job/Responsibility N = 83
    Pulpit Minister* 46.4% Pulpit Minister* 45.8%
    Youth Worker* 10.7% Associate Minister* 7.2%
    Mission Work* 10.7% Christian University 7.2%
    Associate Minister* 9.5% Mission Work* 6.0%
    Christian University 4.8% Youth Worker* 4.8%
    Children’s Minister 1.2% Educational Minister* 4.8%
    Educational Minister 1.2% Social Services 3.6%
    Hispanic Minister 1.2% Public School Teacher 2.4%
    Elder 1.2% Children’s Minister 1.2%
    Graduate Student 1.2% Hispanic Minister 1.2%
    Christian Boarding School 1.2% Elder 1.2%
    Counselor 1.2% Retired Army Chaplain 1.2%
    Sales 1.2% Secular Job 13.3%
    Stay at home Mom 1.2%
    Secular Job 7.1%

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