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Student Consumer Information Disclosure

Thiel College’s student consumer information disclosure is provided in compliance with the regulations outlined in the Higher Education Opportunity Act. Questions can be sent to Denise Urey, Registrar, at or 724-589-2110.

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Institutional Information

Academic Programs


Thiel College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education authorized Thiel College to allow graduate programs in 2017-18, beginning with our Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program.

The most recent self-study review was during the 2020-21 academic year. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education will participate in a site survey in the fall of 2021.

Current and prospective students and parents may receive a copy of Thiel College's accreditation upon request. Please contact the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Elizabeth Frombgen, Ph.D.

For filing accreditation, State approval, licensing, or other relevant complaints, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Student Complaints web page.



  • 60 full-time faculty (71% with terminal degrees)
  • 37 part-time faculty
  • 22 academic departments
  • 11:1 student to faculty ratio

Student Diversity

  • 53% male, 47% female
  • 4% international students
  • 14% minority students

FERPA (Federal Education Rights & Privacy Act)

Teacher certification (Education department)


Additional Resources

Health, Wellness and Safety

Health and Wellness

Campus Safety

Drug and Alcohol Policies

Hazing Report

On Oct. 19, 2018, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed the “Timothy J. Piazza Anti-Hazing Law,” which defines hazing, sets forth different grades of the offense and related penalties, describes institutional enforcement and report requirements and provides a safe harbor provision.

The Student Handbook (2021-22) bans hazing and other offensive, intimidating or dangerous behaviors, and Thiel College takes seriously any allegations and investigates and addresses reports of hazing.

Thiel College has no reported incidents classified as hazing for the reporting period from January 2014 through May 2021.

If you or anyone you know has or is experiencing any form of hazing, please contact Thiel College Public Safety at 724-589-2222 or the anonymous Campus Conduct Hotline at 866-943-5787. The Campus Conduct Hotline is anonymous and handled by an off-campus third party.

For parents, guardians and family members of Thiel College students, if you have any questions, or are concerned about the activities of a fraternity or sorority, please email Parents, guardians and family members of Thiel College students concerned about the activities of a club or organization, please email

Financial Information

Financial assistance is available. Eligibility requirements, study abroad, and selection/awarding criteria can be found on page 24 of the Academic Catalog (2021-2022).

Student Outcomes