Consumer information for current and prospective students of Hartwell University can be accessed via the links below. For more information regarding these topics, you may contact our designated contact person, Jessica Bowman, Director of Admissions at (512) 812-2000.
Contact information for departments is given on the university’s Contact page.
Further description of this information, including legal compliance, method of disclosure, and the designated contact individual, is given in the “Additional Information” section below.
Consumer information for current and prospective students can be accessed via the links below.
This information is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 and the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA).
The information below includes general institutional information, a notice of the availability of financial assistance, policies regarding financial aid, and a statement of students’ rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Hartwell University is a distance education institution. All programs are delivered online.
A notice providing a link to all consumer disclosures at this location will be emailed to all students on their enrollment and at least once a year thereafter.
Students may also contact Hartwell University at 10000 N. Central Expressway, Suite 400, Dallas TX 75231, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a paper copy of these disclosures or for more information on any of these topics. Jessica Bowman, Director of Admissions, is the designated employee for disseminating this information.
Additionally, students may direct specific inquiries to other departments as described on the university’s Contact page.
For the 2021/2022 Academic Year, a total of 263 students began courses at Hartwell and 245 students completed those courses and continued with Hartwell. This is a 93.16% completion rate. Hartwell’s first graduating class will be in 2024.
Program: Bachelor of Science in Transformational Christian Education SLO Performance 2021/2022
|Student Learning Objectives||
Percent of Students Meeting Expectation
|SLO 1: Written Communication Skills||
|SLO 2: Oral Communication Skills||
|SLO 3: Interpersonal and Team Skills||
|SLO 4: Disciplinary Knowledge Base (Models & Theories)||
|SLO 5: Disciplinary Methods||
|SLO 6: Disciplinary Applications||
|SLO 7: Analysis and Use of Evidence||
|SLO 8: Evaluation, Selection and Use of Sources of Information||
|SLO 9: Education Technology||
|SLO 10: Culturally Responsive||
|SLO 11: Biblical Application||
Hartwell surveys students regularly to determine overall satisfaction with the program and to identify areas of improvement. The following three questions were part of the 2021/2022 annual student survey.
1. 94% responded “Yes” to: All things considered, were you satisfied with your studies at Hartwell?
2. 96% responded “Yes” to: Did you achieve, or will you have achieved upon completing your studies, the goals you had when you started this program?
3. 94% responded “Yes” to: Would you recommend these studies to a friend?
Hartwell University does not have any teacher preparation programs, and so is not required to provide a Teacher Preparation Program Report.
As a fully-online institution, Hartwell University does not have any athletic programs, and so does not need to provide reporting in compliance with the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act or the athletics component of the Student Right-to-Know Act.
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