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Consumer Information

We have compiled key consumer information from across our university system to help prospective students make informed decisions regarding their education. Also, in compliance with state and federal regulations, and in keeping with our student-first philosophy, we annually notify our students (via email and an ecampus link) about the availability of this information.

We invite you to visit American Military University or American Public University consumer information pages to view information that may help you make an informed decision about the university that’s right for you.

View Gainful Employment Disclosures by Program

The Department of Education (ED) requires universities to disclose specific information on each academic program offer.  This information includes costs, median debt, graduation rates, career fields, and state licensure requirements.

When you view one of these pages, please keep in mind that completion data is calculated only for students receiving Title IV Federal Student Aid. The majority of our graduates do not utilize Title IV Federal Student Aid, so they are not represented in this population.

Completion rate data may be unavailable if the program has no graduates during the reporting period or if the program has not been in existence over the course of the normal time for completion. If 0%, then graduates in the reporting period took longer than the normal or average time to complete, usually because they were part-time students. Most of our students are working adults and do not take a full-time course load.

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Information by School

Choose the AMU or APU link to view individual consumer information pages.

General Institutional InformationAMUAPU
Financial InformationAMUAPU
Academic Programs & Course MaterialsAMUAPU
Program Completion RatesAMUAPU
Disability AccommodationsAMUAPU
Notice of Nondiscrimination (Title IX)AMUAPU
State of West Virginia Policy on Registered Sex OffendersAMUAPU