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Title IX, Sexual Misconduct, and the Violence Against Women Act

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) (20 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq.; 34 C.F.R. Part 106) (as amended) is a federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual assault, in education programs that receive federal financial assistance.

The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA) imposes new regulations on colleges and universities related to sexual misconduct including the expansion of Clery crime categories and policy, education, and training requirements.

If you have experienced sexual violence and need support, Resilience is here to help. Wright Graduate University offers the services of a “Confidential Advisor”, which is as an individual retained by a higher education institution who has certain mandated training and has the duty and ability to provide emergency and ongoing support to students who have experienced sexual misconduct. Wright Graduate University has elected to contract for Confidential Advisor services. The provider of such services is:

Resilience, located 180 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 600, Chicago, Illinois 60601. The phone number for students needing to access Resilience's 24-hour Confidential Advisor services is 773-907-1062. Resilience services are free and confidential and offer information, options, and resources. An informational flyer for Resilience may be downloaded here.

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As of 1 July 2019, the United States Department of Education no longer requires eligible institutions to provide Gainful Employment (GE) disclosures. Basic program information for potential occupations and historical GE disclosures are listed below for the following programs: 
  • Doctor of Education in Transformational Leadership and Coaching
  • Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership and Coaching
  • Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership
  • Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching
  • Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching
  • Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching
 

Potential Occupations Based on SOC Codes

Program

Credential Level

CIP Code

SOC Code

Potential Occupations

M.A. in Transformational Leadership & Coaching

Master of Arts

52.1006

11-3121.00

11-3131.00

13-1071.00

13-1151.00

21-1012.00

Human Resources Managers

Training and Development Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Training and Development Specialists

Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors

Ed.D. in Transformational Leadership & Coaching

Doctor of Education

52.1006

11-3121.00

11-3131.00

13-1071.00

13-1151.00

21-1012.00

Human Resources Managers

Training and Development Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Training and Development Specialists

Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors

Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching

Graduate Certificate

52.1006

11-3121.00

11-3131.00

13-1071.00

13-1151.00

21-1012.00

Human Resources Managers

Training and Development Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Training and Development Specialists

Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors

Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership & Coaching

Graduate Certificate

52.1006

11-3121.00

11-3131.00

13-1071.00

13-1151.00

21-1012.00

Human Resources Managers

Training and Development Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Training and Development Specialists

Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors

Certificate in Transformational Leadership

Graduate Certificate

52.1006

11-3121.00

11-3131.00

13-1071.00

13-1151.00

21-1012.00

Human Resources Managers

Training and Development Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Training and Development Specialists

Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors

Certificate in Transformational Coaching

Graduate Certificate

52.1006

11-3121.00

11-3131.00

13-1071.00

13-1151.00

21-1012.00

Human Resources Managers

Training and Development Managers

Human Resources Specialists

Training and Development Specialists

Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors

 

Placement Rates by Year

Degrees

2017

2018

2019

Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership and Coaching

100%

100%
 

100%

Doctorate of Education in Transformational Leadership and Coaching

100%

100%

100%

Certificate Programs

2017

2018

2019

Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership and Coaching

100%

100%

100%

Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership and Coaching

N/A

0%

N/A

Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership

N/A

N/A

N/A

Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching

100%

100%

N/A

 

Placement Methodology

Employment is reported based on graduates’ primary program. Students who earn certificates while enrolled primarily in the Master of Arts are reported as “continuing education” for each certificate graduation and counted as “employed” only in relation to the Master of Arts. If no student graduates from a certificate program as his/her primary program, and no student withdraws from the MA having completed only certificates, the year is listed as n/a. In the case where rate is 0%, this reflects one unemployed graduate.

Graduate Population: The number of graduates in a calendar year.

Calculation: The number of the graduate population employed in their field based on job titles, skills, or benefit of the training by 90 days following graduation, divided by (the total number of graduates during the period, minus those who are unavailable for work due to medical, continuing education, active military, VISA or incarceration).

Example: If 10 students graduated, and of these, 5 were placed in their field on or before 90 days  following graduation, and 3 decided to continue their education, the placement rate would be calculated as: 5/(10-3)=71%

Any student who is considered a graduate of one program but is continuing their education in another program during the same calendar year will NOT be considered for placement in the original program they graduated from.

This methodology allows for one-time placement of each student upon completion of their final program and exit from the school.

In the event of a student’s withdrawal from an additional program but successful completion of a (lesser) program, the student will be recorded as a graduate and their placement reported in their final completed program.

Example 1

A student enrolls in the Master’s program and concurrently enrolls in the graduate certificate programs. In his sixth month of enrollment, he graduates from the Social Intelligence certificate. Because he is still completing the Master’s program, he is not considered for placement. At the end of the full 27 months, he graduates from the Master’s program and is tracked in the Master’s program’s placement data.

Example 2

A student enrolls in the Master’s program and concurrently enrolls in the graduate certificate programs. In his first six months of enrollment, he graduates from the Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence program (SI). In the seventh month he withdraws from the University and does not complete any other program. Because he has completed the SI certificate, he is tracked in the SI program’s placement data only.

Example 3

A student enrolls in the Master’s program and concurrently enrolls in the graduate certificate programs. In his sixth month of enrollment, he graduates from the Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence program (EI) and in his ninth month he graduates from the Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching (TC) program. In the tenth month he drops from the University and does not complete any other program. Because he has completed the TC certificate last, he is tracked for placement in that program.

 

Retention Rates

Program

2017

2018

2019

Overall

82%

89%

93.48%

Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership and Coaching

84%

89%

89.47%

Doctorate of Education in Transformational Leadership and Coaching

75%

100%

100%

Graduate Certificate in Emotional Intelligence for Leadership and Coaching

85%

100%

100%

Graduate Certificate in Social Intelligence for Leadership and Coaching

92%

80%

71.43%

Graduate Certificate in Transformational Leadership

72%

85%

100%

Graduate Certificate in Transformational Coaching

84%

80%

100%

Retention Methodology

Student Population: The total number of students who attended in the calendar year. 
 
Calculation: The student population minus any student who withdrew divided by the student population.
 
Example: If 10 students attended during the 12 month period, and 2 withdrew during the period, (10-2)/10= 80% retention rate.

 





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