This information is required every year. More frequently if there is any significant changes (e.g. ownership of the school or loss of accreditation).The only information that is published is the name of the school, their address, phone number, website, accreditation and creditials.
(see K.S.A. 74-32,169 and K.A.R. 88-8-2)
EACH INSTITUTION MUST PROVIDE SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE THAT IT MEETS and CONTINUES TO COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
a) Courses, curriculum and instruction must be of such quality, content and length as may reasonably and adequately ensure achievement of the stated objective for which the courses, curriculum or instruction are offered;
(b) space, equipment, instructional material and personnel must be adequate to provide education and training of good quality;
(c) educational and experience qualifications of directors, administrators and instructors are such as may reasonably insure that students will receive instruction consistent with the objectives of their program of study;
(d) the institution must maintain written records of the previous education and training of students and applicant students, and training periods must be shortened when warranted by such previous education and training or by skill or achievement tests;
(e) a copy of the course outline, schedule of tuition, fees and other charges, settlement policy, rules pertaining to absence, grading policy, and rules of operation and conduct must be furnished to students upon entry into class;
(f) upon completion of training or instruction, the institution must provide students with certificates, diplomas or degrees, as appropriate, indicating satisfactory completion of the program;
(g) the institution must keep adequate records to show attendance, satisfactory academic progress and enforcement of satisfactory standards relating to attendance, progress and conduct;
(h) the institution must maintain compliance with all local, state and federal regulations;
(i) the institution must be financially responsible and capable of fulfilling commitments for instruction;
(j) the institution must not utilize erroneous or misleading advertising, either by actual statement, omission or intimation;
(k) the institution must have and maintain a policy, which shall be subject to state board approval, for the refund of unused portions of tuition, fees and other charges if a student enrolled by the institution fails to begin a course or withdraws or is discontinued therefrom at any time prior to completion; such policies shall take into account those costs of the institution that are not diminished by the failure of the student to enter or complete a course of instruction; and
(l) the institution must have adopted, published and adhere to a procedure for handling student complaints. Institutions shall post information so that students will be aware of the complaint process available to them; the information shall be posted in locations that are used or seen by all students on a regular basis, such as the institution's web site, enrollment agreement, catalogue or other media.