Student Right To Know & Campus Security Act

Schreiner University provides this report to comply with the Students Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990. Schreiner University is a privately owned university of higher education located in Kerrville, Texas. In the fall of 2006, Schreiner University enrolled approximately 930 students with about 471 of them living on-campus in residence halls. Our campus is located in a small community of about 20,000 therefore our students do not face a large exposure to crime. Like any other community, we experience a certain amount of criminal activity.

The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act, in Section 103, Title I requires institutions to provide information about the completion or graduation rate of degree seeking, full time undergraduate students entering the institution. In place of completion or graduation rates, institutions may elect to publish the percentage of students in each entering class who re-enroll each successive year until completion or graduation. These are called persistence rates. Schreiner University has elected to provide both forms of information.

The persistence rates for first time freshmen who entered Schreiner University in summer or fall semester and also who were enrolled for 12 or more hours of credit during their first fall semester are reflected in this table.

The Campus Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges and universities to distribute to all current students, employees and to requesting applicants for enrollment as well as employment, descriptions of policies related to campus security, and statistics concerning specific types of crimes.

The 2006 figures were reported by the Safety & Security Office and the office of Residence Life.

More info:
Persistence Rates & Graduation Rates of New Freshmen at Schreiner University>>
Campus Crime Statistics>>