Statement on Misrepresentation

It is the goal of Nyack College to not misrepresent itself to a student, prospective student, the family of an enrolled or prospective student, or the Department of Education. Misrepresentation, as defined by the Department of Education, is any false, erroneous, or misleading statement made to any of the parties mentioned above.

Student Privacy

  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
    • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) prohibits the release of certain information without the express consent of the student. Because this prohibition also restricts access to parents, every student entering Nyack College must complete a FERPA release form for the purpose of defining what information Nyack College may release to parents/guardians/spouses/other of our enrolled students.
  • Statement of Independence from Parents
  • Notification of Rights under FERPA
  • This information provides further definition related to FERPA policy and procedure at Nyack College.  .
  • Directory information is information that is generally not considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if released.  Its primary purpose is to allow Nyack to include this type of information in certain school publications, such as a playbill, yearbook, graduation program, sports activity sheets, etc.
  • Non-Disclosure form (Available in the Registrar’s office)
  • Directory Information

Consumer Information on College Navigator Website

Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities

Academic Disability Support Services

Student Body Diversity

Price of Attendance

Net Price Calculator

Withdrawal and Refund Policies

Textbook Information

Academic Programs

Instructional Facilities

Credit Hour Policies

Transfer of Credit Policies

Accreditation, Approval, or Licensure

Also see Nyack Facts and Nyack Catalog page 5

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions

  • Nyack Catalog
  • Copyright law of the United States of America and Related Laws Contained in Title 17 of the United States Code
    • Circular 92
    • Chapter 5
  • Federal Laws and Penalties

Is it legal to download works from peer-to-peer networks and if not, what is the penalty for doing so?
Uploading or downloading works protected by copyright without the authority of the copyright owner is an infringement of the copyright owner’s exclusive rights of reproduction and/or distribution. Anyone found to have infringed a copyrighted work may be liable for statutory damages up to $30,000 for each work infringed and, if willful infringement is proven by the copyright owner, that amount may be increased up to $150,000 for each work infringed. In addition, an infringer of a work may also be liable for the attorney’s fees incurred by the copyright owner to enforce his or her rights”

Computer Use and File Sharing

Student Activities

Career and Job Placement Services