Consumer Information

The College provides this Consumer Information portal in an effort to accurately disclose information. It is our hope that the facts regarding our institution, academic programs, cost, student health and safety, financial aid, career services, and alumni success stories provided throughout the website will guide prospective students, parents, and the community at large to make informed decisions about the varied educational opportunities at Morrisville State College.

General Campus Information

Financial Aid Information

The campus distributes aid among students on a first-come first-served basis for limited fund programs.

Students may be eligible for FSA even if they pursue a study abroad program approved for credit by the home school. 

Educational Loan deferments may be available while serving in the Peace Corps, under the Domestic Volunteer Service Act, or as a volunteer for a tax-exempt organization of demonstrated effectiveness in the field of community service.

Graduation or Completion and Transfer-out Information 

Equity in Athletics Disclosures

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Information

Campus Security Report

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Disclosures

  • FERPA information is maintained by the Office of Registration and Records

New York State Mandated Disclosures

(not included above)

Student Code of Conduct

Admission of students to campus (listed by admit type)

Determining New York State residency

Commencement participation and schedule