Student Right to Know
In accordance with the Student Right to Know Act and Campus Security Act, Roseman University of Health Sciences provides information on:
- Graduation and transfer-out rates
- Financial aid available to students and restrictions imposed on Title IV aid
- Crime statistics on campus
Data on graduation and transfer-out rates is available in the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (702-968-1647) and in this file:
Information on financial assistance may be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid (702-968-1635).
The Roseman University of Health Sciences’ Safety and Security on Campus report includes information about Campus Security and University policies, Crime Prevention and Safety Tips and Crime Statistics. A copy of this report may be obtained by contacting the Office of Facilities Management (702-968-2037).
You can also view this report
Other institutional information pertaining to the cost of attendance, accreditation and academic program data and withdrawal and refund policies is available in the Roseman University of Health Sciences’ Student Catalog.
Title IV Student Drug Information
The Roseman University of Health Sciences is committed to maintaining a drug-free environment in compliance with applicable laws. The unlawful possession, use, distribution, sale or manufacture of controlled substances is prohibited on the University campus or any of its facilities. Violation of this policy will result in the appropriate disciplinary action. The University Catalog may be referenced for more information.
Student Body Diversity
In accordance with the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, as amended, the following information regarding student body diversity and Pell grant recipients is being provided.