aThis page includes a helpful collection of links to different areas of our website, intended to assist students, their families, and others find information about Erikson Institute’s educational programs, costs, and outcomes. The presentation of this information is in accord with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA).

Academic program information

Accreditation and approvals

Computer use and file sharing

Constitution Day resources

Copyright infringement policy

Cost of attendance

Department of Education’s College Navigator

Privacy of Student Records — Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Services for students with disabilities

Erikson is barrier-free and fully accessible. If you need assistance or accommodation, please contact the Erikson reception desk at (312) 755-2250 in advance or upon arrival.

Student diversity

Student outcomes

Teacher preparation

In October 1998 the Higher Education Reauthorization Act passed by the U.S. Congress mandated that all government funded colleges with teacher preparation programs develop and publish an annual report on their teacher education programs.Included in the report is information on student teaching, the pass rates of program completers on state tests (Basic Skills, Content Area, and Assessment of Professional Teaching), and contextual information reflecting on the quality of the teacher preparation program.

  • Erikson Institute Title II Annual Report, 2011-2012 (forthcoming)


Transfer of credit

Vaccination Policies

Withdrawal from classes, tuition refund, and return of Title IV aid

For questions about general institutional information presented on this page, contact Michel Frendian, dean of enrollment management, at [email protected].

General Information

Types of financial assistance available to students

Note:  Erikson does not use or employ any list of private, preferred lenders.

Gainful employment information

Loan counseling and Master Promissory Notes

For questions about student financial assistance presented on this page, please contact Alex Yang, associate director of financial aid, at [email protected].

Annual Security Report

Erikson’s Annual Security Report includes information concerning current policies and procedures for campus security in compliance with the Clery Act of 1998. These policies and procedures cover important topics such as reporting criminal activity, responding to emergencies, and communicating potential threats to the safety of the campus community.

It describes procedures related to access to campus and security awareness. It also includes policies and procedures regarding harassment, including sexual harassment and the use of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances. The report presents crime statistics for the preceding five calendar years. We also provide consumer information about community resources related to promoting the safety of individuals, including resources for drug and alcohol abuse prevention.

Campus safety, security and emergency information

Drug and alcohol abuse and prevention

Erikson’s drug and alcohol abuse and prevention program information, including policies and procedures in compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act and the Drug Free Workplace Act, are presented in the Institute’s Annual Security Report.

For questions about health and safety information presented on this page, please contact David Wilson, chief human resources officer, at [email protected].

Title IX Training

Erikson Institute is deeply committed to a campus community free of violence or the threat of violence, harassment, or assault due to an individual’s race, gender, sexual orientation/expression, economic circumstances, religion/ philosophical orientation, national origin, or other characteristic protected by U.S. law. In response to actual or potential discrimination and/or violence, Erikson complies with Title IX requirements through the following policies and procedures:

Erikson Institute’s Title IX Coordinator is Patricia Lawson, Vice President for Finance and Operations/ CFO; [email protected]; 312-893-7120