About Park

Park's Promise

Park’s Promise is the bold strategic plan that provides a five-year roadmap to ensure that Park University honors its rich history and builds upon the new initiatives that will further distinguish the University as a leader in higher education. More Go to Park's Promise Page

Executive Leadership

The executive leadership at Park University plays a significant role in the ongoing success of the University and its students through their extensive knowledge and experience and their shared commitment to preserving and supporting the value of higher education. More Go

Parkville Commercial Underground

An innovative commercial space located on the Park University campus that provides unique leasing opportunities for small businesses, wholesalers and light manufacturers. More Go to Parkville Commercial Underground Page

National Center for Education Statistics

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Accreditation

Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of Colleges and Schools, (KAN214F), 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL. 60602 (312-263-0456) More Go

Campus Maps

To help you make the most of your time on the Park campus, maps of the campus, running/walking paths, and mobile apps are available for download. More Go to Campus Maps Page

TITLE IV - STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW

Park University on NCES

  • Graduation/completion for the student body by gender, ethnicity is under RETENTION AND GRADUATION RATE
  • Pell Grant information is under FINANCIAL AID (Student Financial Services)

Park University Literacies

  • Analytical and Critical Thinking
  • Community and Civic Responsibility
  • Scientific Inquiry
  • Ethics and Values
  • Literary and Artistic Expression
  • Interdisciplinary and Integrative Thinking

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Park University Employment Data

  • 92% of Park University graduates are employed within the first six months of graduation.
  • 74% of Park University graduates indicated their plans to pursue a graduate degree.
  • $45,300 is the average salary for graduates after attending Park University.
  • Source: Park University Graduation Survey, Academic Year 2015-2016
Table 1
2 Year Persistence
Table 1
Persistence
F 2013 Cohort F 2014 Cohort F 2015 Cohort
All Students 64.4% 63.9% 67.0%
International
Students attending using an F-1 VISA (not affliated with military)
93.4% 88.8% 88.3%
Military
Students affiliated with the military as reservist, dependent, or veteran (both full & part time)
57.9% 58.7% 60.6%
Domestic Daytime Students
Students that are US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in undergraduate day campus programs
75.5% 79.7% 79.4%
Adult Undergraduate Students
Students not affiliated with the military and not attending the day campus program
68.2% 64.0% 71.8%
Graduate
All students enrolled in graduate programs
79.8% 81.8% 84.6%


Table 2
Retention to Year 2
Table 2
Retention to Year 2
F 2014 Cohort F 2015 Cohort F 2016 Cohort
All Students 45.2% 46.3% 49.4%
International
Students attending using an F-1 VISA (not affliated with military)
71.2% 74.5% 82.2%
Military
Students affiliated with the military as reservist, dependent, or veteran (both full & part time)
38.4% 36.7% 41.2%
Domestic Daytime Students
Students that are US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in undergraduate day campus programs
72.9% 62.7% 68.4%
Adult Undergraduate Students
Students not affiliated with the military and not attending the day campus program
39.6% 52.2% 51.4%
Graduate
All students enrolled in graduate programs
80.6% 81.3% 73.9%


Table 3
5 Year Graduation Rate
Table 3
5 Year Graduation Rate
F 2010 Cohort F 2011 Cohort F 2012 Cohort
All Students 23.4% 22.5% 25.0%
International
Students attending using an F-1 VISA (not affliated with military)
77.3% 61.3% 80.0%
Military
Students affiliated with the military as reservist, dependent, or veteran (both full & part time)
13.5% 12.6% 14.0%
Domestic Daytime Students
Students that are US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in undergraduate day campus programs
40.8% 37.8% 43.0%
Adult Undergraduate Students
Students not affiliated with the military and not attending the day campus program
31.1% 32.4% 36.0%
Graduate
All students enrolled in graduate programs
69.9% 56.0% 58.0%