AIU is committed to providing information and disclosures to help prospective students make an informed decision about their educational options. The information provided on this page is intended to further that effort.
Consumer Information, sometimes referred to as Student Right to Know information, is provided as required by the U.S. Department of Education. Consistent with these requirements, we report and disclose certain information in a clear, prominent, user-friendly, and easily understood manner. This information is available on this website; currently enrolled students, faculty and staff receive an email notice regarding the availability of this information annually by July 1.
Select a campus and click on the links below. A paper copy is available upon request.
AIU Atlanta Campus
AIU Houston Campus
Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) Outcomes Disclosures
For information regarding student outcomes such as graduation rates, retention rates and the types of graduate level programs in which our graduates enroll can be accessed by clicking here. This information is compiled according to U.S. Department of Education requirements that focus on data for undergraduate students who meet certain criteria; details are provided within each category.
AIU provides student outcomes information for specific programs as required by the programmatic accreditor.
- Business programs: ACBSP Student Achievement and Program Data
- Education program: AAQEP Annual Report
Maryland students looking for program information required by Maryland Code, Commercial Law § 13-320(b)(1)-(2), click here.
Annual Security Report
American InterContinental University takes the safety and security of its students very seriously. From physical security at any AIU campus, to protection of sensitive personal and financial information, AIU has developed a number of policies to ensure a positive and productive student learning experience. The Annual Security Report includes information about the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy, the Campus Crime Statistics Report, and information about Title IX. Information is provided to prospective students and employees as required by the U.S. Department of Education. A paper copy is available upon request. Click here for more information.
Articulation agreements are formal, written agreements between two campuses. They define how courses taken at one school can be used to satisfy academic requirements in a program at another school. See this listing of schools who have entered into articulation agreements with AIU. These articulation agreements may not be applicable for all courses offered.
Students who wish to process a grievance or perceive that their rights may have been denied may seek assistance through the AIU Ombudsman’s Office. The Ombudsman staff is responsible for answering student inquiries and serving as a liaison between the student and university departments. Additional details about this process and the AIU grievance procedure, including contact information, can be found here.
Information about program and University policies, including admissions, academics, transfer credit, financial aid, and graduation requirements can be found in the AIU University Catalog.