According to regulations, a school must provide certain consumer information for students and procedures for obtaining this information. Students are encouraged to review this information and discuss any questions with the appropriate office as indicated. Consumer information may be found on the university's website.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA-SILICON VALLEY CAPSTONE
The following information is for students who are considering participating in the Silicon Valley capstone course that occurs in the spring semester. This information is specific to the capstone experience "Designing and Leading a Business" at the Silicon Valley campus in California.
The California School Performance Fact Sheet provides information about completion rates and time frame, placement rates and salary and wage information for students participating in the Silicon Valley capstone course "Designing and Leading a Business."
Completion rate is the number of graduates divided by the number of students available for graduation. Placement rate is calculated by dividing the number of graduates gainfully employed in the field by the number of graduates available for employment. Placement and salary information is reported by the student to the Tepper School of Business Career Opportunities Center (COC) in the form of a survey, which is distributed to all graduates of the program.
Students may obtain a list of employment positions determined to be within the field for which a student has received education and training by contacting the COC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-268-2278. Additional information may be found on the career paths section of our website.
Salary is reported by the student. Not all graduates report salary. A list of the employers of the graduates employed in the field may be obtained by contacting the COC at email@example.com or 412-268-2278.
If you wish to contact the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE), or if you have complaints about the "Designing and Leading a Business" capstone in the MBA program at the Tepper School of Business that have not been resolved by your school, you may contact the BPPE directly:
Mailing Address: Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education
2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95833
Tepper Graduate Student FEDERAL Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Federal financial aid recipients are required to maintain satisfactory academic progress in their course of study for continued eligibility. Students are required to complete 75 percent of their attempted courses each semester, maintain the minimum cumulative grade point average as required by their program of study and complete their program of study within a maximum period of 1.5 times the standard program length. Learn more.
Student Financial Aid Ombudsman
If you have a problem with your federal loans that you believe has not been fully resolved by your lender, servicer or the Tepper School Financial Aid Office, please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Ombudsman.