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Consumer Information

Cameron University is committed to the principle of promoting access to information that will allow consumers to make informed decisions about post-secondary education. The links on this website provide readily accessible consumer information to help students, parents, employees, and the university community make informed decisions about higher education. More information on the Student Right-to-Know Act and the Higher Education Act may be found on the Student Right to Know webpage referenced below.

You are entitled to a paper copy of most information linked from this site. To request a copy, contact Dr. Karla Oty via email ( )  or phone (580) 581-7962.

General Institutional Information

Cameron University's Mission Statement and Core Values

Accreditation Information

The following sites have general information about Cameron University including information about student diversity.

Fact Book 

Common Data Set

Student Right to Know Webpage

Student Outcomes

Retention and Graduation Rates for undergraduate students may be found on the Student Right to Know Act webpage

Retention and Graduation Rates for graduate students may be found at the Student Achievement Data webpage

Athletics Information

Completion/Graduation and Transfer-out Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid are provided to prospective student athletes and others at the time an offer is made of athletically related student aid.  For more information, please contact Jim Jackson , Athletic Director, at (580) 581-2306. To see information about the student-athlete graduation rate for Cameron University as well as for other NCAA schools, please visit the NCAA Graduation Rates webpage.

Cameron University's Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) information can be found here.

EADA information for other institutions is available from the US Department of Education at the EADA website

For a complete copy of Cameron University’s US Department of Education EADA Report or to obtain additional information about the report, please contact Jim Jackson , Athletic Director, @ (580) 581-2306.

Licensure Disclosure

Students outside of Oklahoma should seek guidance from the appropriate licensing agency in their home state before beginning a Cameron University course or academic program to determine whether the course or program will lead to a professional license in their state. It is the student’s responsibility to understand their state licensing board’s requirements. NC-SARA has no effect on State professional licensing requirements. See the links below for Cameron University’s current determination regarding specific degree programs meeting educational requirements in states other than Oklahoma.

Specific questions about Cameron University’s State Authorization of Distance Education may be directed to the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs Susan Camp.

Licensure Rates, Placement rates, and Other performance indicators

Program effectiveness data for the Radiological Technology program includes information on Credentialing Examination Pass Rates and Job Placement Rates.

Students completing the Associate in Applied Science in Respiratory Care are eligible to take the national certification exams which are administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care. Students who pass the Therapist Multiple Choice (TMC) exam above the low-cut score but bellow the high-cut score are awarded the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) credential. Students who pass the TMC exam above the high-cut score are awarded the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) credential. Students who earn the CRT credential are also eligible to take a second exam, the Clinical Simulation Exam (CSE); upon passing the CSE exam, students are awarded the Registered Respiratory Therapist Credential (RRT). As of February 2022, the pass rates for CU students on the TMC exam at the high-cut level were 100% (8 out of 8), 100% (8 out of 8), and 80% (4 out of 5) for 2019, 2020, and 2021 (respectively).

For information on graduation and professional education placement rates as well as certification exam pass rates for education majors, please visit the Educator Preparation Transparency webpage

The Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Licensure is unable to provide licensure pass rates by institution for students who are seeking licensure as either a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT).

Due to the small number of students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in Medical Laboratory Science, licensure rates for this program are not publicly available in order to maintain student confidentiality. In AY 2020-2021, two students graduated with this concentration.

CU collects data on what graduates are doing approximately six months after graduation. In AY 2020-2021, information was gathered on whether students were employed or continuing their education for 80%, 66%, and 58% of the students graduating with an associate degree, bachelor’s degree, or master’s degree, respectively. For students who received an associate degree for which information is known, 26% were employed full-time and 71% were continuing their education. For students who received a bachelor’s degree for which information is known, 51% were employed full-time and 35% were continuing their education. For students who received a master’s degree for which information is known, 80% were employed full-time and 20% were continuing their education.


Information on full-time faculty, current course information, budget information, athletics information, organizational structure and strategic plans can be found at CU's transparency webpage.

Health and Safety

Information on the safety of Cameron University's campus, including access to the latest Clery Report can be found at the Office of Public Safety webpage.

Commitment to freedom of expression – annual report

Cameron University respects the right of all members of the academic community to explore and discuss issues of interest, and to protect Freedom of Expression from disruption or interference.