State Authorizations For Distance Education - The University of Tulsa

State Authorizations For Distance Education

State Authorization

The University of Tulsa is an approved member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) and affiliated with the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), which advances education at every level with fifteen states, including Oklahoma.

NC-SARA requires institutions to comply with federal and state guidelines related to authorization of distance education including Professional Licensure notification and processes to file a complaint.

Resolution of Student Complaints

Complaints or Appeals Regarding Academic Decision

The University of Tulsa distinguishes between general (non-academic) complaints and complaints pertaining to academic decisions, such as grades or application of academic policies. All academic policies and decisions are the responsibility of the appropriate College or School. Those procedures are defined in the relevant The University of Tulsa Undergraduate BulletinGraduate Bulletin or Law School Bulletin. Where there are deadlines, students must meet deadlines for filing appeals. After students have made an appropriate attempt to resolve the academic concern informally, students are invited to contact the Associate Dean of the College or School for assistance.  Student Complaint Policy

For distance education students who have not successfully resolved their issue may file a complaint with NC-SARA (Student Complaint Process).

Professional Licensure Disclosure

Per U.S. Federal Regulations and in compliance with the NC-SARA,  The University of Tulsa provides disclosures related to the educational requirements for professional licensure and certification.  Professional licensure and certification disclosures can be found at Student Consumer Information – Mandatory Professional Licensure Disclosures.