For general questions about distance UNDERGRADUATE programs or how to get started, contact:
For general questions about distance GRADUATE programs or how to get started, contact:
Once you’re admitted to a degree program, you will be assigned an adviser within your program.
*NOTE: If you are a visiting student from another institution, you will need to get course approval prior to enrolling in courses.
If a course requires on-campus testing and you are within driving distance of campus, your exams will be at one of the following testing centers. Location and date instructions will be in your course syllabus.
- College of Business (business classes only)
- College of Arts and Sciences Testing Center
- College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Testing Center
If you are not within driving distance of campus, instructions are provided in your course syllabus on how to secure a testing proctor at an approved location that works for you. For additional information, contact:
In compliance with US Department of Education regulations, procedures for filing grievances, complaints, or concerns are put in place to ensure you receive an expeditious, fair, and amicable resolution to your situation.
We ask that you first exhaust all possible internal avenues for resolution before filing complaints with external agencies.
Online & Distance Education
Policy and Procedure Resources:
In the unlikely event an issue cannot be resolved, you have the option of filing a complaint with your state licensing authority or with the North Central Association Higher Education Commission.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Online & Distance Education at 402.472.4681 or firstname.lastname@example.org.