Student Right-To-Know and Consumer Information

Student Financial Services is pleased to provide you this collection of information Fuller Theological Seminary must disseminate under the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act. Listed below is the type of information Fuller is required to provide and the Seminary offices or materials where the information can be found. Please refer to these "information sources" if you need more information.

General Information

Accreditation and Facilities

Faculty, Degrees Offered, Registration, and Transfer Policies

Costs and Financial Aid

  • General financial aid information contact.
    - Student Financial Services - 626-584-5421 or

Student Body and Information Privacy

  • FERPA Policy - This form describes the Seminary's compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
    - Office of the Registrar - 800-235-2222 ext. 5408 for a paper copy

Health and Safety

  • Vaccination Policy
    - The Seminary does not have a formal vaccination policy

Financial Aid Information

Types of Aid and How to Apply

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Disbursement of Aid

  • How and when federal funds are disbursed.
    - Federal Loans - Borrowers are notified of disbursement dates in writing once Student Financial Services has certified a loan.
    - Federal Work-Study - The Federal Work-Study contract that all Federal Work-Study recipients must sign contains this information. For a copy, contact Student Financial Services, 626-584-5421.

Other Information

  • The terms and conditions of any employment that is part of the financial aid package.
    - Federal Work-Study Contract. For a copy, contact Student Financial Services, 626-584-5421.
    - Fuller Theological Seminary's Human Resources Office: or 626-584-5454.

  • The terms of, schedules for, and the necessity of loan repayment and required exit counseling.
    - Master Promissory Note - available from Student Financial Services, 626-584-5421 or at
    - Exit Counseling Materials - available from Student Financial Services, 626-584-5421 or at
    - Loan Repayment Schedules - available from Student Financial Services, 626-584-5421
  • Individual State Financial Aid agencies.
    - Student Financial Services - 626-584-5421
    - 2014 State Agencies

For a copy of the Student Handbook, see

Security Report

In accordance with the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act," and the Higher Educational Amendments of 1998, colleges and universities are required to report statistics on crime and policies regarding campus security. In addition, the U.S. Department of Education now requires further specification regarding forcible and nonforcible sexual offenses as defined in the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook (National Incident-Based Reporting System Edition). Copies of these documents are on file in the Campus Security Office. The links below provide access to this information for your benefit:

2014 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

2014 Sex Offender Information List

Voter Registration

Fuller encourages students to be active in the political sphere and to vote if they are able. For your reference, the resources below have been compiled to help you in the process of voter registration:

2014 Federal Voter Registration EN

2014 Federal Voter Registration ES

2014 Federal Voter Registration KR

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(800) 235-2222
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Pasadena, CA 91182