Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) Disclosures
The Higher Education Act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) was signed into law on August 14, 2008. This law mandates that we provide you with a significant amount of additional information.
College Navigator Website - General Consumer Information. The purpose of the National Center for Education Statistics' website is to provide clear, complete information about NCES' mission and activities, and to serve the research, education and other interested communities.
Your Hilbert College Bookstore Manager is Bill Herne
Phone: (716) 648-3604 or (716) 649-7900 Ext. 234
Web Order Related Questions: 800-381-5151
Fax: (716) 648-3602
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College Catalog - College Catalog contains, contact information, price of attendance, refund policy, academic programs, faculty, faciilties, financial aid, student body, services for students with disabilities., transfer credit policies and articulation agreements, etc.
Drug and Alcohol Policies at Hilbert College - As part of its mission and objectives, Hilbert College is committed to providing all students, faculty, and staff with a safe, healthful and pleasant environment in which to study and work. Part of this commitment is that the College will be completely free from the presence and adverse effects of illegal drugs and unathorized use of alcohol.
Transfer & Articulation Policies - Hilbert is a transfer friendly institution. Transfer students typically represent nearly 30 percent of our incoming class. These students choose Hilbert for our challenging academic programs and excellent placement records. They also choose us because of our unique transfer agreements, generous transfer policies, personal services and advisement, and articulation scholarship opportunities.
Hilbert College's Satisfactory Progress Guidelines for Federal Aid - Federal regulations require that all financial aid recipients maintain satisfactory academic progress in a course of study leading toward a degree. To recieve federal aid, students must maintain a minimum grade point average and complete a percentage of credit hours attempted at the end of each academic year. This is called being in good academic standing.
New York State - Standards for Continuance of State Aid (TAP) - effective 2010-11 for those receiving their first award in academic years 2010-11 and beyond.