Emergency Hotline: 844-862-2537
Xsmb hay nhấtIn case of any type of emergency, individuals making the discovery should first move to a safe location and then contact UMA Alert (844-862-2537). Individuals making the discovery may also contact 911, or take other appropriate emergency actions. Initial responders should never intervene in any crime or dangerous event.
Emergency Weather Hotline: 877-308-6984
Xsmb hay nhấtFor weather related questions such as school closings / openings.
Xsmb hay nhấtFor more information, pertaining to Title IX, Sexual Misconduct, Student Code of Conduct, and the most recent policy please see: .
To ensure that our prospective students are well informed on potential eligibility to receive federal military and veterans educational benefits with a personalized and standardized form1, we encourage our students to visit the following Department of Education and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau tools.
1Federal military and veterans educational benefits with a personalized and standardized form as developed in a manner set forth by the Secretary of Education, working with the Secretaries of Defense and Veterans Affairs, to help those prospective students understand the total cost of the educational program, including tuition and fees; the amount of that cost that will be covered by Federal educational benefits; the type and amount of financial aid they may qualify for; their estimated student loan debt upon graduation; information about student outcomes; and other information to facilitate comparison of aid packages offered by different educational institutions.
The placement rate(s) for the most recently reported cohort of students were calculated using the methodology of UMA’s accrediting body, ABHES (Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools). Placements may or may not be in the standard occupations published in these disclosures.
Xsmb hay nhấtThe method of calculation is as follows: (P)/(G - U) = P%
*Unavailable is defined only as documented: health-related issues, military obligations, incarcerations, continuing education status, or death.