Check your Program
Laws exist in each state that govern an institution of higher education's ability to offer programs in that state. We monitor state law developments in every state. The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is currently authorized, licensed, exempt, not subject to approval, or is permitted to accept students to most distance educational programs in all 50 states.
Click here to connect to a database of each state and each program.
In compliance with the U.S. Department of Education Federal Guideline 34 CFR §600.9(c), programs leading to licensure and and/or certification required for entry into the profession are listed online at https://executivevc.unl.edu/licensure. The states in which the program fulfills educational requirements necessary for licensure or certification are identified.
Compliant Procedures for Distance Programs
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.
Policy and Procedure Resources
Assistant Vice Chancellor
Office of Executive Vice Chancellor & Chief Academic Officer
In the unlikely event an issue cannot be resolved,
- If you are a resident of the State of Nebraska, you should follow the process outlined in Nebraska Revised Statute 85-2418.
- If you are not a resident of the State of Nebraska, you have the option of filing a complaint with your state licensing authority or with the North Central Association Higher Education Commission.
- For additional information click here.