State Authorization and Program Integrity
SPECIAL INFORMATION CONCERNING STUDENTS OUTSIDE OF WYOMING:
The University of Wyoming continues its efforts to comply with state authorization regulations.
The Higher Education Act and current state authorization regulations impact the admission of out-of-state students in the University’s distance education programs. At this time, the University of Wyoming will not be admitting distance education students from the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Minnesota.
Students cannot complete a clinical or internship in:
Alabama, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and Washington.
Students can only complete a clinical or internship in the following states after submitting additional paperwork (please contact Lori Gonzales at firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information: Texas
Current students from these states will be allowed to complete their program.
For additional information about State Authorization and distance education, please contact Lori Gonzales at email@example.com.
IMPORTANT STUDENT COMPLAINT INFORMATION (APPLICABLE TO ALL STUDENTS):
- Click HERE for information regarding the Student Complaint Process for Institutions of Higher Education operating in Wyoming. For additional information or questions, please contact the Division of Student Affairs.
- The University of Wyoming strives to provide the highest quality educational opportunities available. However, if a conflict does arise, our efforts are meant to resolve your grievances, complaints, and concerns in an expeditious, fair, and amicable manner. If an issue cannot be resolved by the University’s internal processes, you may choose to file a complaint with your state of residence as found in the following contact information, http://sheeo.org/sheeo_surveys/ , updated regularly by the State Higher Education Executive Officers Organization (SHEEO).
- The University of Wyoming is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Complaints concerning broad institutional academic practices, such as those that raise issues regarding UW’s ability to meet accreditation standards, may be filed with the Higher Learning Commission.
- If you are a member of the Military or a military spouse, please go to the Military OneSource Postsecondary Education Complaint System.