Accreditation & Outcomes

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Culver-Stockton College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

The Higher Learning Commission:
230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-5000, Chicago, IL 60604-1413
Phone: 800-621-7440

Other Accreditations & Affiliations

Athletic Training Program: Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)
Business Programs: International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)
Education Programs: Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education
Music Program: National Association of Schools of Music (NASM)
Nursing Program: Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Heart of America Athletic Conference
International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education
Missouri State Board of Nursing
Missouri State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

C-SC is approved by:
The American Council of Education
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
Association of American Colleges
American Association of University Women

Institutional Outcomes (PDF)

Retention and Graduation Rates (PDF)

Requirements for Certification/Licensure by Program In Accordance with 34 CFR § 668.43 - Institutional information

(As of September 18, 2020)

Accountancy Certified Public Accountant exam Missouri (effective July 1, 2021), Iowa (120-hour requirement); For licensure requirements, go to
Master of Business Administration Certified Public Accountant exam Illinois (150-hour requirement); For all other states/jurisdictions outside of Missouri, Iowa and Illinois, Culver-Stockton College has not made a determination that the accounting curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification. For more information, go to
Education Missouri Teacher Certification through DESE Missouri; May transfer certification to Illinois or Iowa
Master of Athletic Training Board of Certification (BOC) exam for ATC Missouri, Illinois, Iowa licensure
Nursing NCLEX Eligible to receive nursing licensure from the state(s) of graduates’ choice after passing NCLEX


Students enrolled at Culver-Stockton are entitled to the following information upon request and may obtain copies by contacting the offices referenced below.

Available online through the Office of Postsecondary Education.

Complete copies of the EADA 2019-2020 and Athletic Graduation Rates of intercollegiate sports offered at Culver-Stockton are also available in the Office of the Registrar, Henderson Hall, Room 109, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.

The complete annual security report for Culver-Stockton College contains: 1) crime statistics, 2) current campus security policies, 3) current policies for reporting campus crimes, 4) policies for issuing security warnings to students/employees, 5) status of allowing confidential reports of crimes, 6) policies for addressing sexual assault and intimate partner violence and, 7) policies for addressing missing students. The complete copy of the report is available in the Office of Campus Safety, Gladys Crown Student Center, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.

2019 Fire Safety Report
The complete annual fire safety report for Culver-Stockton College contains: 1) fire statistics, 2) fire protection system information and fire evacuation drills, 3) general fire safety policies and rules, 4) training information for faculty, staff and students and, 5) statements which identify areas for fire safety improvement. The complete copy of this report is available in the Office of Campus Safety
, Gladys Crown Student Center, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO

The annual graduation rate survey reflects the graduation/completion rates for a cohort of full-time, first-time, degree-seeking students organized by race/ethnicity and gender. Under the Title IV Higher Education Act (HEA), Culver-Stockton College has made available the complete report in the Office of the Registrar, Henderson Hall, Room 109, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.


The report is mandatory by the federal government. A full copy of the report is available in the Office of the Registrar, Henderson Hall, Room 109, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, Title 20 of the United States Code, Section 1232g (FERPA), as amended, provides former and current students of Culver-Stockton with specific rights related to their student records. A full description of your rights under FERPA is available in the Student Handbook published annually.

Culver-Stockton shall provide information on financial assistance availability and eligibility. Information includes: type of aid available, application forms/ procedures to use in applying for aid, eligibility requirements, selection criteria, criteria used to determine amount of aid award, satisfactory student progress standards, how to re-establish satisfactory progress status, disbursement methods, loan qualifications and student employment conditions, and conditions for federal loan repayment for students who participate in volunteer services. Policies and procedures available in the Office of Financial Aid, Henderson Hall, Room 102, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.

The following information is available in the Culver-Stockton College Academic Catalog 1) requirements and procedures for withdrawing from the institution, 2) cost of attendance (tuition/fees charges, books/supplies costs, room and board charges, related charges), 3) refund policy and summary of requirements for return of Title IV grants or loans, 4) current academic programs of the institution (current degree programs, educational/training programs, faculty), 5) names of associations, agencies accrediting the institution, 6) description of special facilities and services for disabled students, 7) the school’s policy on enrollment in study abroad programs.

Culver-Stockton takes your privacy seriously. In compliance with provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, a copy of our policy can be obtained from the Administration and Finance Office, Henderson Hall, Room 208, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.

Section 207 of Title II of the Higher Education Act mandates that the Department of Education collect data on state assessments, other requirements and standards for teacher certification and licensure, as well as data on the performance of teacher preparation programs. The report is available in the Office of the Registrar, Henderson Hall, Room 109, Culver-Stockton, Canton, MO 63435.