Student Consumer Information

To help consumers make more informed decisions about their education options, the U.S. Department of Education has set forth disclosure guidelines. Chamberlain University is proud to be an industry leader in this effort.

Annual Disclosures
Chamberlain’s Annual Disclosures contain information on the following topics:

  • Campus Crime & Security
  • Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
  • Privacy of Student Records (FERPA)
  • Copyright Infringement Policies & Sanctions

Annual Disclosures by Campus:

Net Price Calculator

Chamberlain University's Net Price Calculator will provide an estimate of federal, institutional aid eligibility, and as well as additional financing options.

To view the Net Price Calculator, visit

Transfer Credit Policy

For 3-year BSN, RN to BSN and RN-BSN to MSN Programs and Program Options, MSN, DNP, MPH, MSW, and MPAS and Graduate and Post Graduate Certificates

Chamberlain University evaluates transfer courses from institutions accredited by an organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education*. An applicant seeking to transfer credit from another institution must request a credit evaluation prior to the first session at Chamberlain and provide an official transcript from the institution where the credit was earned. Transfer of courses is considered on an individual basis. Official foreign transcripts must be evaluated by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) approved evaluating agency or Chamberlain's Internal Global Transcript Evaluation Services. Chamberlain may require a catalog or additional material.

Transfer credit, proficiency credit, and course waivers may affect eligibility for financial assistance. Contact Academic Support Advising for more information. Transfer credit, proficiency credit, and course waivers that satisfy graduation requirements is considered when determining a student’s academic level and progress; however, this credit is not used when computing GPA or residency requirements. All transfer credit must comply with residency and curriculum requirements. Students should be aware that actual degree requirements vary from institution to institution. If considering a transfer to Chamberlain College of Nursing, students should examine Chamberlain requirements early in their college experience to begin making transfer plans in advance. Transfer students must follow the Chamberlain admission guidelines and procedures.

*Chamberlain reserves the right to admit candidates with equivalent educational qualifications from accreditors that are not recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or the U.S. Department of Education, as determined by an independent transcript evaluation.

If there are extenuating circumstances, such as lack of course availability or scheduling conflicts, a student may request permission from the dean to enroll in another institution. Transfer credit requested after initial registration must be approved by the dean prior to the student registering for a course at any other institution.

For additional transfer credit guidelines, please see the Academic Catalog.

Voter Registration

The Federal Election Commission provides guidance regarding voter registration in each state at

Student Diversity Information and Enrollment & Completion Data

The federal Higher Education Opportunity Act requires institution to make available to current and prospective students information about student body diversity, including the percentage of enrolled, full-time students in the following categories:

  • Male
  • Female
  • Self-identified members of a major racial or ethnic group
  • Federal Pell Grant recipients


U.S. Nonresident0.5%
Hispanic (of any race) 17.4%
American Indian or Alaska Native0.4%
Black or African American28.0%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.7%
Two or more races1.3%
Race/Ethnicity unknown3.1%

Fall 2022 enrollment for full-time undergraduate and graduate students

Percentage of enrolled full-time students 


Fall 2022 enrollment for full-time undergraduate and graduate students


Received Pell Grant

Fall 2021 for full-time undergraduate students receiving Pell in fall or spring semesters


Select a state to learn more:

*Note: some states may be too new to report data.

Institution Graduation Rates

The federal Student-Right-To-Know and Higher Education Opportunity Acts require institutions to make completion rates available upon request to prospective students and other interested parties. The Acts define the cohort of students on which the institution must report. This cohort is comprised of "first time, full-time, degree-seeking" students in the institution's fall term that completed their program of study within 150% of their program length.

Student Right-to-Know Graduation Rates

Higher Education Opportunity Act Disclosures Graduation Rates

Licensure/Certification Pass Rates

NCLEX Pass Rate

The National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) is a national standardized examination for nursing licensure taken by graduates of pre-licensure nursing programs. Chamberlain University’s 2023 national average NCLEX first-time pass rate for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program was 81.23%.

Access the official NCLEX site
Access the California NCLEX rates

NP Pass Rates

The 3-year pass rate (factoring in all known attempts) for the FNP Exam for the 2021 - 2023 calendar years is 84.54% for Chamberlain’s FNP master’s degree and graduate certificate programs.

Retention Rates

The Higher Learning Commission (HLC),, requires that institutions accredited by the HLC publish certain data, including retention rates. These rates can be viewed here.

Graduate/Professional Education for BSN graduates

Students who complete a BSN program and choose to continue their nursing education generally choose to enroll in Master of Science in Nursing programs and/or graduate certificate in nursing programs.

Employment Outcome Disclosures

The information and data below describes Chamberlain University’s methodology as well as different state and accreditor methodologies used for calculating employment outcomes. Please note that different definitions and timeframes were required in measuring these cohorts of graduates. The employment outcomes shown on the following pages are the rates required to be reported to certain state agencies and accreditors and only measure graduates from the campuses or programs listed on each table.

Know Before You Go Fact Sheets

Chamberlain University is committed to providing transparency for our applicants on the key outcomes for our students, including graduate rates and earnings. We realize that there is an enormous amount of data available to you in evaluating schools. Our goal with this fact sheet is to provide you with key outcomes and information on a single, easy-to-read page.

Professional Licensure Programs

Chamberlain offers programs which lead to professional licensure and/ or certification. Students are encouraged to review Chamberlain’s Professional Licensure Disclosure which provides information about where our programs leading to professional licensure and/or certification meet educational pre-requisites for licensure or certification. Students interested in enrolling in programs leading to professional licensure should review licensure requirements for the state in which they choose to practice. Students are encouraged to review Chamberlain’s accreditation and state authorization information or view a full list of program approvals by state.

Professional Licensure Resources

Registered Nursing (BSN)
RN Licensing Requirements in Your State
National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP and DNP (selected tracks)
Nurse Practitioner and Advanced Practice Nursing License Requirements
National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Social Work (MSW)
Association of Social Work Boards

State Authorization

Student’s program change or change of physical location or residence could impact eligibility for enrollment in a program or practicum. Students are also responsible for notifying Chamberlain University of a change in their residence or physical location, and for verifying whether any such change affects the student’s enrollment in a program or practicum, or Title IV funding eligibility.

State Disclosures


Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) Reporting Disclosure

The US Department of Education Certification and Agreement directs each institution applying for Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) to comply with Section 18004(e) of the CARES Act and to post the following information in accordance with requirements set forth by the Secretary of Education.

Below are links to Chamberlain University’s reporting.

Final Quarterly Report and Disclosure for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III - as of September 30, 2021

Quarterly Report and Disclosure for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III - as of June 30, 2021

Initial Report and Disclosure for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II and III - as of June 28, 2021

Final HEERF II CRRSAA Disclosure – as of June 11, 2021 

Final HEERF CARES Act Disclosures - as of April 9, 2021 

HEERF Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting  – as of June 30, 2022

HEERF Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting  – as of March 31, 2022

HEERF CARES Act Report  – Institutional Portion - as of April 9, 2021

HEERF CARES Act Disclosures – as of December 31, 2020

HEERF CARES Act Report – Institutional Portion – as of December 31, 2020

HEERF CARES Act Disclosures – as of September 30, 2020

HEERF CARES Act Report – Institutional Portion – as of September 30, 2020

HEERF CARES Act Disclosures – as of August 25, 2020

HEERF CARES Act Disclosures – as of July 16, 2020

MSW Accreditation and Occupational Licensing Disclosure

MSW Accreditation and Occupational Licensing Disclosure Notice

Complaint Process Disclosure

Federal Program Integrity rules issued by the U.S. Department of Education require institutions to provide to students or prospective students contact information needed to file a complaint with its accrediting agency and with relevant state agencies. This list includes contact information for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. It should not be construed as informative of what agencies regulate Chamberlain University or in what states the institution is licensed or required to be licensed. That information, along with contact information for our accreditor(s), can be found in the Accreditation and Approvals sections of the Academic Catalog.

Students are strongly encouraged to utilize Chamberlain’s complaint policy/grievance process.

Students not satisfied with the final disposition of the University’s grievance process may contact the campus or program leadership, state licensing authority, the University’s accreditor, or the state attorney general. A complete listing of contact information for state licensing authorities and the state attorney general offices is located below.

Students will not be subject to adverse action as a result of filing a complaint or initiating the grievance process.

Contact Information for Student Complaint Process

Title IX Compliance

The Title IX Coordinator is responsible for the school’s overall compliance with Title IX, including response to reports of sexual misconduct affecting the campus community. The Title IX Coordinator’s contact information is listed below; questions about the application of Title IX and the school’s compliance with it should be directed to this individual.

If you wish to make a report of sexual misconduct affecting the campus community, please follow the grievance procedure published in the student handbook (for students) or contact Human Resources (for colleagues). Students and colleagues can also report instances of sexual misconduct affecting the campus community through the anonymous reporting hotline available at To learn more, read our Policy on Sexual Misconduct Response and Prevention.

Title IX Coordinator
Alison Durand, Senior Ombudsman
500 West Monroe | 28th Floor | Chicago, IL 60661
630.353.7035 |

Adverse Actions

Adverse Actions


CEPH Required Public Disclosures

For a copy of the final self-study document and/or final accreditation report, please contact Dr. Sharonda Wallace, MPH program dean at

The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH),,  Board of Councilors acted at its August 26, 2021, meeting to accredit Chamberlain University’s College of Health Professions Master of Public Health (MPH) program for a five-year term. The accreditation term extends until December 31, 2026, pending the program’s continued documentation of compliance as required by the Council. The effective date of the program’s initial accreditation is December 16, 2019. CEPH is an independent agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit schools of public health and programs of public health. CEPH assures quality in public health education and training to achieve excellence in practice, research and service, through collaboration with organizational and community partners. 

Students with Special and/or Unusual Circumstances

Students with Special and/or Unusual Circumstances (PDF) 

Tax Return Disclosure Requirements for Returns Filed in U.S. and U.S. Territories 

If a student or contributor filed a tax return with both the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and with another U.S. Territory, please notify your student finance advisor. Please provide them with your IRS tax return transcript or signed federal IRS Form 1040 with Schedules 1, 2, and 3, as applicable, along with your signed tax return filed in another U.S. Territory.

MSW Program Outcome

MSW Program Outcome Data (PDF) 

Housing and Opportunities that are Useful for Students' Excellence (HOUSE) Liaison.


As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting students, Chamberlain University has designated a liaison to assist students experiencing homelessness. The liaison will serve as a contact to students to connect them with information about local resources, and to ensure that they have received financial aid guidance from a Chamberlain representative. To remain in compliance with Illinois law, we report annually, the number of homeless students and students in care enrolled at the institution, the number of students who received assistance or services through the liaison and the type of service or assistance received by the student. If students are experiencing homelessness, they can contact Chamberlain’s HOUSE Liaison at the following email and phone number: