To improve the transparency of consumer information and help prospective students and their families make school decisions, NCST has created this page for easy, convenient access to reports and publications.
NCST’s most recent catalog, a complete list of textbooks and supplies, Annual Security Report, Employment and Graduation Rates, Program Specific Information, and additional disclosures all are available from this one page.
From accreditation and school history to academic information, financial aid funding, and student services, the information contained in NCST’s catalog is comprehensive. The school’s catalog is published annually during the summer and updated throughout the year by addendum
Books and Supplies
Books, kits, and supplies are available through NCST and can be rolled into the financial plan each student creates during the admissions process. However, for those students and families who would like to know which books, kits, and supplies are needed for their program of study, a complete, detailed list, including ISBN number.
Annual Security Report – Clergy Act
Federal regulation requires an institution to compile an Annual Security Report disclosing the institution’s security policies, procedures, and crime statistics on or before October 1 each year. Current students will receive a copy of the annual report by email each October when the updated version has been completed. Prospective students are notified of this information at orientation. Students may request a copy of this report at any time from the Director of Education.
PA Act 16 Sexual Misconduct Policy and Reporting
To view the full policy, click here.
To report an incident, click here.
Graduation and Employment Rates
New Castle School of Trades submits graduation and employment information to our accreditor, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), every year.
All courses at New Castle School of Trades are available to disabled individuals. Students with disabilities are encouraged to schedule an appointment with an Admissions Representative to discuss their individual needs. The Admissions Department at New Castle School of Trades is happy to discuss the special needs of disabled prospective students and will make every effort to accommodate them. Students with disabilities may be asked to submit documentation of the disability they are requesting academic accommodations. This documentation should be current and include an evaluation completed by a recognized authority.
The school Director of Education and the student will discuss how the disability will impact their learning and what services/academic accommodations are appropriate on an individual basis. All information shall remain confidential unless the student provides written authorization. Students with disabilities who need classroom accommodations should call and make the request well in advance of the start of the classes. New Castle School of Trades is approved to train individuals who are referred and funded by the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and is also approved for Veterans Rehabilitation enrollees.
Title IX Policy
New Castle School of Trades in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and 34 C.F.R. Part 106, does not discriminate on the basis of sex, including in admissions and employment, nor will it permit or tolerate sex discrimination or sexual harassment against a student, employee, or other members of the New Castle School of Trades community. Click here to view the full report.
Cares Act HEERF Disclosure
For more information about graduation rates, loan repayment rates, and post-enrollment earnings about this institution and other post-secondary institutions please click here to view our College Scorecard.
Median Loan Disclosures
The Median Loan Disclosures for both New Castle School of Trades and New Castle School of Trades – East Liverpool Campus for 2020-2021.