Admissions & Financial Aid
State Authorizations for Reciprocity, Licensure, and Experiential Learning
All institutions offering post-secondary education through distance means who have students in other states must be sure that state laws where those students reside are being followed. Even though the university may not have a physical presence in another state, they must honor the state’s jurisdiction. For more information about disclosures for professional licensure programs, consult our page and access the CareerOneStop. Consult our state-by-state Licensure Programs list to find your location, occupation, licensure status, or licensure board.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, public institutions participating in NC-SARA that offer distance education programs must provide current and prospective distance students with information relating to filing a complaint.
Please use the form provided: https://www.marshall.edu/disclosures/studentcomplaints/
On the form, select the distance learning status that pertains to your complaint:
- Distance Learning State Authorization
- Distance Learning Non-Resident (Non-WV) Professional Licensure
Note that internal MU complaints are processed through Student Affairs and the corresponding department. Please exhaust all remedies provided by the appropriate Marshall University campus office before filing an additional complaint with the regional accrediting entity and portal agency. We will do our best to assist you in any way possible!