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Consumer Information

DMU strives to fully disclose information important to prospective and enrolled students.  In compliance with federal regulations and in support of our institutional priority for transparency the following information is available.

If you need additional information, including requesting a paper copy of any materials, you may contact the appropriate office, visit the indicated website or contact the Financial Aid office.

Student handbooks are available for enrolled students on Pulse.

General University Information
Academic programs and degree information
Information concerning DMU’s current educational programs
Accreditation organizations
Information related to institutional/program accreditations
Costs of attending DMU
Information on tuition, fees, books, equipment  and other expenses
Faculty information
Withdrawal/leave of absence policy
Information for students seeking to officially withdraw from DMU
Transfer credit information
Financial Assistance Information
Types of financial aid for students
Includes federal, state, institutional, other types of need and non–need- based aid.
How to apply for aid
How loans are disbursed  
Rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial aid
Satisfactory academic requirements for financial aid eligibility
How refunds are determined
Complaint Process
 Out of state students
Health and Safety Information
Alcohol and drugsInformation on policies and resources available
Annual security reportInformation regarding public safety
Emergency procedures
Information on notification and procedures for different types of emergencies
DMU policies regarding vaccinations
Other Information
Privacy of student records (FERPA)
Policy and procedure for students with disabilities to request accommodations
Copyright infringement and peer to peer file sharing policies
Diversity (fall enrollment)
Information about student body diversity, including the number of enrolled full-time students by gender and race/ethnicity
Graduation rates
Placement rates
(2014 Grads)
  • Academic program office
ProgramEmployedNot employedNot employed/ Continuing education
MPH72%19% 9%
ProgramMatched residencyNot matched
Rates were determined by results of student surveys completed at time of graduation.Rates were determined by results of student surveys completed six months post graduation.
Textbook information
Required texts and pricing information
Voter registration
Information on voting in local, state, and federal elections, including Iowa voter registration