Mayville State University State Authorization
Out-of-State Students Interested in Online Degree Programs and Classes from Mayville State University
State laws require colleges and universities to be authorized to offer online degree programs in states other than their own. Below is a list of states where Mayville State University is authorized to offer online degree programs and the status of pending authorization requests. Please pay careful attention to the programs available in your state.
Full Authorization for All Online Programs--NC-SARA
Mayville State University is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). SARA is an agreement among member states, districts and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offering of post-secondary distance education courses and programs. The following states are also members:
District of Columbia
U.S. Virgin Islands
Full Authorization for All Online Programs
Mayville State University has authorization to offer online degrees and classes in these states:
Note on Programs With Clinical or Practicum/Student Teaching Experiences
The RN to BSN Nursing Program is a post-licensure program. However, it does require one clinical component in NURS 442: Population Focused and Community-based Nursing Care II. Applicants from outside North Dakota should speak with program staff to complete paperwork for placement.
Mayville State University’s nationally accredited education programs meet requirements for North Dakota teacher licensure The online Bachelor of Science in Education in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, and Mathematics Education, as well as the Master of Arts in Teaching, fulfill licensing requirements in the State of North Dakota and North Dakota is part of the National Association of Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) Interstate agreement. Although most states accept our teacher education program graduates for licensure, Mayville State University cannot confirm nor advise that education programs meet requirements for every state. Students seeking licensure in states other than North Dakota should contact the appropriate licensing board in the state in which they are pursuing licensure. The Office of Extended Learning and Teacher Education Department can work with out of state students on an individual basis to determine licensing requirements.
If students have concerns or complaints regarding any aspect of Mayville State University online courses, see the Student Complaint Process.
If you have any questions on State Authorization, please contact Misti Wuori, Director of Extended Learning, at 701.788.4631 or email@example.com.