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为明尼苏达州以外的学生注册在线课程

National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements: Approved Institution (logo)

游戏MG must comply with a state's regulations before any educational activity can occur within that state. Those regulations determine whether Metropolitan State can offer students a place in an online course or program. 满足每个州的法规和要求, Metropolitan State participates in the National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA).

游戏MG于2015年3月成为SARA机构. In short, this allows students from NC-SARA approved states to enroll in online degree programs. Currently, only one state (California) is not covered by the agreement.

Students who are currently accessing or plan to access Metropolitan State online courses from other states should understand the following critical information:

Metropolitan State is only authorized to offer online courses to students who reside in states covered by the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement. 参加SARA计划的州用蓝色标出 NC-SARA map.

The university's participation in SARA does not mean that online programs that lead to professional licensure will meet the requirements of each and every state. It is the student's responsibility to check with their home state's licensing office to determine if the university's programs will comply with the licensing requirements of that state.

Metropolitan State students who wish to resolve grievances are encouraged to follow the 大都会州投诉程序. Minnesota students who are unable to resolve a complaint in this manner should 向明尼苏达州高等教育办公室提交投诉.

Additionally, any student attending under SARA provisions has the right to file a complaint with the 明尼苏达州高等教育办公室. Steps on how to file a complaint with this office are found at 明尼苏达州高等教育办公室.