State Authorization for Distance Education | NewSchool of Architecture & Design

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*The U.S. Department of Education’s regulation 34 CFR 600.9(c), State Authorization, requires that a higher education institution offering distance education in a state where it is not physically located meet individual state requirements for offering distance education or correspondence education within that state and requires that institutions provide certain disclosures relating to state distance authorization status, consumer complaint information, refund policies, and program licensure requirements, among others. Refer to applicable state below to review the required State Authorization regulation.

These requirements relate to programs offered as distance education for students residing in a state where the institution is not physically located. However, for those prospective students planning to complete a campus-based program, please click here.

Consequences of Moving States: Students are advised that NewSchool of Architecture & Design maintains a state authorization status in some states and relocation to another state will impact a student’s ability to remain enrolled in a program. For students enrolled in licensure-leading programs, relocation to another state may impact the student’s ability to obtain professional licensure, certification or other credential in another state. Students are advised to carefully review, evaluate, and understand the requirements of the applicable licensure board in the state in which they intend to relocate.

*Consumer Complaint Information for NewSchool of Architecture & Design’s home state can be located below in the California section

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Professional Licensure Information: NewSchool of Architecture & Design does not currently offer any license-leading distance education programs.

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