As of January 2021, Flatiron School is approved and regulated by the following state authorities:
- Alabama Community College System
- Arkansas Division of Higher Education
- California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education
- Colorado Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School Board
- Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education
- Delaware Department of Education Private Business & Trade Schools
- Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission
- Illinois Board of Higher Education, Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools
- State of Indiana, Department of Workforce Development, Office for Career and Technical Schools
- State of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
- Nebraska Department of Education, Private Postsecondary Career Schools and Veterans Education
- New York State Education Department, Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision (BPSS)
- Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools
- Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges
- State of Utah Department of Commerce, Division of Consumer Protection
- District of Columbia Higher Education Licensure Commission
- Washington Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
Flatiron School has received exemption from regulation from the following state authorities for online programs:
- Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education
- Maryland Higher Education Commission
- Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission
Flatiron School does not currently accept enrollments from the following states: Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Flatiron School is exempt from authorization in Alaska under AS 14.48 and this chapter, because the program is online or distance delivered and the institution does not have a physical presence in the state.
BPPE Annual Report coming December 2021.
This location is approved by the Illinois Board of Higher Education’s Private Business Vocational School Division. Flatiron School is not accredited.
Student success data as required pursuant to Section 37 of the Act. This data reflects outcomes for the UX/UI Design program from July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018.
This institution is regulated by:
Office for Career and Technical Schools
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Indianapolis, IN 46204
Flatiron School is licensed by the State of New York.
View a summary of the most recently reported New York State Department of Education Bureau of Postsecondary School Supervision Occupational Education Data Survey.
This school has a Certificate of Approval from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The school’s programs are approved by TWC.
The TWC-assigned school numbers are:
- Houston: S5274
- Austin: S5481
- Dallas S5403
Flatiron School strives to address student dissatisfaction as quickly as possible. Students should utilize the following guidance to resolve any grievances that arise during their time as a student with Flatiron School.
- Students are encouraged to first attempt to resolve any complaints or concerns by discussing the issue directly with the relevant party.
- Students who do not feel comfortable bringing the complaint to the relevant party, or who are not satisfied with the resolution, should direct their complaint as follows:
- On-campus students should reach out to their campus leadership
- Online students should reach out to their Faculty Manager
- Alternatively, any student may email their concerns to the Student Relations department (email@example.com)
- Within five (5) business days of receiving the complaint, the campus leadership (on-campus programs), Faculty Manager (online programs) or Director of Student Relations (firstname.lastname@example.org) will contact the student to discuss next steps toward resolution.
Flatiron School will not retaliate against any student who files a grievance or complaint against the school. Nothing in this internal Grievances policy prevents a student from filing a complaint with their state regulator.
Flatiron School strives to address student dissatisfaction as soon as possible. Students should utilize guidance in the catalog to address complaints directly with Flatiron School staff.
If after contacting Flatiron School, the complaint is not resolved to the student’s satisfaction, students residing in any of the below states may bring the complaint to the attention of their state’s governing regulatory body.
- The student must submit a complaint to the Private School Licensure Division within one year of exhausting the grievance policy with the institution unless there are mitigating circumstances which prevent the student from doing so.
- The student must submit the complaint in writing at the following link:
- Arkansas Department of Education, Division of Higher Education
- Mail: 423 Main Street, Suite 400, Little Rock, AR 72201
- Phone: 501-371-2000
- Complaints or claims may be filed in writing with the Board within 2 years after a student discontinues training or any time prior to the commencement of training.
- Other complaints may be filed in writing with the Board within two years of the date the alleged injury and its cause were known or should have been known.
- All complaints must be filed in writing.
Complaints against this school may be registered with the Board of Higher Education:
- Mail: 1 North Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333, Springfield, Illinois 62701-1377
- Phone: (217) 782-2551
- Web: http://complaints.ibhe.org/
- Fax: (217) 782-8548
- Student Protection Fund: IC 22-4.1-21-15 and IC 22-4.1-21-18 requires each educational institution accredited by the Office for Career and Technical Schools to submit an institutional surety bond and contribute to the Career College Student Assurance Fund which will be used to pay off debt incurred due to the closing of a school, discontinuance of a program, or loss of accreditation by an institution.
- To file a claim, each student must submit a completed “Student Complaint Form.” This form can be found on OCTS’s website at http://www.in.gov/dwd/2731.htm.
- Complaints must be filed in writing with the commissioner using the form prescribed by the board including:
- The full name, address, and telephone number of the complainant;
- The full name, address, and telephone number of the respondent;
- A concise statement of the facts which the complainant believes constitutes a violation of 92 NAC 41, 92 NAC 42, or the ACT; and
- The full name, address, and telephone numbers of any witnesses able to testify as to the facts alleged.
- Mail: 301 Centennial Mall South Lincoln, Nebraska 68509
- Students will not be subject to any unfair action as a result of initiation of a complaint proceeding. Students should follow the grievance procedures as outlined in the catalog. As a last resort, the student may contact the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools: 3700 N. Classen Blvd., Ste 250, Oklahoma City, OK 73118; (405) 528-3370
- Students must address their concerns about this school or any of its educational programs by following the grievance process outlined in the school’s catalog.
- Students dissatisfied with this school’s response to their complaint or who are not able to file a complaint with the school, can file a formal complaint with TWC, as well as with other relevant agencies or accreditors, if applicable.
- Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found on TWC’s website at www.texasworkforce.org/careerschoolstudents.
- Mail: 160 East 300 South, 2nd Floor P.O. Box 146704, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
- Fax: (801) 530-6001
Nothing in this policy prevents the student from contacting the Workforce Board (the state licensing agency) at 360-709-4600 at any time with a concern or a complaint, email@example.com
- Mail: 128-10th Ave. SW, Box 43105, Olympia, Washington 98504-3105
- Phone: (360) 709-4600
- Web: wtb.wa.gov
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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