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Consumer Information

Clarks Summit University offers a full range of higher education options, from associate degrees to doctorate programs.

The Student Consumer Information regulations of the U.S. Department of Education require certain information about the institution to be available to current and prospective students.


General Information


Credits transferred from other institutions.

Military Veteran

Tuition and Fees: Undergraduate | Graduate | Seminary

Disciplinary Policies

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):

Privacy Policy

Student Right to Know—Find Clarks Summit University’s information related to the Student Right to Know through College Navigator.

Textbook Information

Credit Transfer Policy

Student Handbook

Teacher Educator Preparation Data


State Authorization Information

General Information

State and Agency Complaint Contacts

Individual State Authorization Statements

Withdrawal and Refund Information


Student Services

Students with Disabilities

Career and Job Placement

Voter Registration Information


Financial Information

Lending Code of Conduct

Preferred Lender Arrangements

Private Education Loans

Gainful Employment

The U.S. Department of Education has issued the final rules and regulations on “gainful employment.” These provisions are applicable to all schools that offer any non-degree programs of study.

All non-degree programs, regardless of school type or educational level, are currently subject to gainful employment requirements. Only degree programs (associate, bachelor, graduate and/or professional) and two-year transfer programs are not subject to the gainful employment requirements. Clarks Summit University does not have any programs of study that meet the requirements for “gainful employment” as defined by the U.S. Department of Education.

Survey of May 2016 Graduates
Early each calendar year, Clarks Summit University surveys all graduates from the previous May.

In the most recent survey, approximately 68 percent of respondents indicated they were currently employed full-time, 23 percent are employed part-time and 24 percent are currently full or part-time students. Only about 5 percent of graduate respondents said they were both currently unemployed and not continuing their education.

On employment, approximately 71 percent of respondents stated they were employed full-time in vocational ministries, such as churches, Christian schools, and mission agencies. A part of the 71% were either full or part-time students.


Health and Safety Information

Campus Safety

Annual Campus Safety & Security Survey Report

Fire Statistics Report

Submit a Title IX Complaint or Grievance


Student Outcomes

Graduation and student retention rates:


Master of Science in Counseling

  • Master of Science in Counseling Annual Report 2016–17
  • Master of Science in Counseling Annual Report 2017–18


Professional Licensure Disclosure

Clarks Summit University has two programs that lead to professional certification or licensure—the Bachelor of Science in Education and the Master of Science in Counseling programs. Both of these programs meet the requirements for certification and licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In many cases, our requirements will meet or exceed other states’ requirements. However, some states have additional requirements to meet certification or licensure in their state. CSU has not determined whether program requirements for our programs meet the specific requirements for other states. We encourage students to contact the educational and licensing board of their home states for more information. It is also imperative that students notify the registrar’s office if their home residential state changes during their program of study.

This information is provided in response to Federal Code of Regulations, 34 CFR 668.43.


Strategic Plan

CSU’s multi-year strategic plan has four top priorities that have been in effect since the summer of 2016:

  1. Develop a distinctive model of biblical higher education that is creative, rigorous and marketable.
  2. Recruit and retain a growing number of on-campus and online students.
  3. Implement an organizational structure that maximizes the efficiency and effectiveness of the institution’s people, financial and system resources for sustainability and growth.
  4. Cultivate and strengthen loyal sustainable relationships with external stakeholders.

Please contact Allen Dreyer, Executive Director for Administrative Services, with questions or concerns.