Gainful Employment (GE) is a federal reporting and disclosure requirement for programs that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. Federal regulations require academic institutions to disclose to prospective students certain information about the institution’s Gainful Employment (GE) Programs, and about students who enrolled in those programs eligible for Title IV funding that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation.
Additional information and resources related to the gainful employment regulations – including the published regulations and Federal Register Notices, answers to frequently asked questions, and guidelines for determining which educational programs are subject to the gainful employment regulations – are available on the Department of Education’s Gainful Employment Information page.
In order to make informed decisions, Peninsula College encourages you to learn more about the employment outlook for the career(s) that interest you. You'll also learn how long the program takes, the approximate cost, how many students complete the program on time, and the median amount of loans borrowed by student's in the programs listed below.
This information is provided in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education Gainful Employment Programs Disclosure regulations. Information will be regularly updated as new data becomes available.
- Administrative Office Systems
- Automotive Technology - Alternative Fuels
- Advanced Manufacturing - Composite Structure
- Advanced Manufacturing - Composite Technology
- Business Administration
- Business Administration - Business Foundations
- Computer Applications Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Early Childhood Education
- Food Service Management
- Green Building
- Health Infomatics - Medical Billing and Coding
- Hospitality and Event Planning
- Medical Assistant