General Consumer Information

This information is provided in compliance with the Department of Education's Consumer Information Act and the Student-Right-to-Know Act, 34 C.F.R. 668.

Contact for General Information

Department of Marketing and Communications

General Information about Benedictine University

About Benedictine University

Drug and Alcohol Policy

Alcohol and Drug Policy (PDF)

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (PDF)

Biennial Review Report

2018 Biennial Review Report

Notification Policy for Missing Students Who Reside On Campus

Notification Policy for Missing Students (PDF)

Campus Annual Security Report

Visit the University Police page for current campus security reports, along the side of the page.

Special Facilities and Services Available to Disabled Students

The Academic and Career Enrichment Center (ACE) serves as the main location for serving students with disabilities, including learning, physical and psychological disabilities. Benedictine University will ensure that all students have an equal opportunity to access academic programs and other aspects of university life. Students with questions or in need of special academic or housing accommodations should stop by the Academic and Career Enrichment Center (ACE) in Krasa (room 015) or call (630) 829-6512 to arrange proper documentation for equal access to educational and campus services.

Retention, Graduation Rates and Transfer Out Rates

Retention Rate - 72%

Graduation Rate - 50%

Transfer Out Rate - 3%

Also available in the University Fact Book

Data for Undergraduate and Graduate Level Students after Graduation

Undergraduate
Employment and Graduate School Enrollment Rates for Bachelor's Degree Recipients

In 2017, 59% of our alumni six months after graduation reported that they are either working full-time (30 hours or more) or enrolled in Graduate School full-time: Full-time Employment is 38%; Full-time Graduate School is 21%.

Graduate
Employment Rate for Graduate Degree Recipients

In 2017, 71% are employed Full-time (30 hours or more).

Student Right to Know Act (PDF)

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act - Lisle Campus

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act - Mesa Branch Campus

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

FERPA: Students Right to Access Records Release of Student Information Policy (PDF)

Notification Policy for Missing Students Who Reside on Campus

Notification Policy for Missing Students Who Reside on Campus (PDF) (found under Missing Student Notification Policy)

Voter Registration

Voter Registration Information

College Scorecard

Benedictine University Scorecard

Office of Postsecondary Education

Office of Postsecondary Education Information

 

 

Upcoming Events

Feb
27
BenU Library Book Club
Main Campus in Lisle
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Event Details

BenU Library Book Club

Date: February 27

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Campus: Lisle

Location: Kindlon, room 311

Event Sponsor: Library

Event Description:

The Benedictine University Library invites students, faculty, and staff from the BenU Lisle campus to our Book Club discussion of Death Comes to the Archbishop by Willa Cather. The discussion will be held on Wednesday February 27th from Noon to 1pm in Kindlon room 311. There are copies available for checkout at the Library Research Center on the 3rd floor of Kindlon.

We are pleased to have Dr. Christine Fletcher as a featured speaker. Please join us as we explore this classic piece of literature by Willa Cather. The setting is the newly annexed territory of New Mexico in 1851. We follow a Bishop Latour who travels the area to reawaken its slumbering Catholicism.

Copies available for checkout - Kindlon 3rd floor Research Center.

Feb
28
2019 Benedictine Heritage Lecture, Benedict's Dharma: Deep in the Heart of Dialogue
Main Campus in Lisle
7:00 PM
Event Details

2019 Benedictine Heritage Lecture, Benedict's Dharma: Deep in the Heart of Dialogue

Date: February 28

Time: 7:00 PM

Campus: Lisle

Location: Kindlon Hall, 5th Floor

Event Sponsor: Center for Mission and Identity

Contact: Peter Huff    630-829-6664    phuff@ben.edu

Event Description:

This Benedictine Heritage Lecture will focus on some of the great success stories in global interfaith dialogue and the positive engagements between Benedictines and Buddhists.

Featuring Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown. Distinguished professor of Contemplative and Religious Studies from Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado, and one of the world's leading scholars in Buddhist wisdom.

Mar
1
Freshman Fridays
Mesa Branch Campus
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Event Details

Freshman Fridays

Date: March 01

Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Campus: Mesa

Location: Gillett Hall

Contact: Alan Daniels    (602) 888-5504    adaniels@ben.edu

Event Description:

Experience BenU Mesa First-Hand.

Chat with a faculty member for your major. Get a financial aid assessment tailored to your needs. Meet other students. Check out beautiful downtown Mesa.

Every Friday, we make time to meet with students like you who are preparing for their college experience. Schedule your visit today and find out more about what makes BenU Mesa a place where you can grow as a person while you prepare to lead in your career.

What to expect during your visit:

  • A campus tour given by one of our current students
  • The opportunity to meet the faculty and Student Life staff who help to make the BenU Mesa experience unique
  • An individual meeting with your Admissions Counselor to discuss your goals and plans, including:
    • Your college major and developing your future career
    • Financial aid and scholarships available to you
    • Student activities and athletics to pursue your interests
    • Campus ministry and service work at BenU Mesa

Click here to schedule your visit!

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