We are currently working to meet federal and state authorization requirements for degree programs in states outside California. At this time, University of La Verne’s online degree programs are available in the states listed below.
Prospective students should check this site often for updates.
State Authorization Status
|North Carolina||Professional Development/Non-degree ONLY|
|North Dakota||Registered Exempt|
|Wisconsin||Professional Development/Non-degree ONLY|
Authorized/Exempt includes authorization, exemption, or no licensure requirement in the state. The University of La Verne is not authorized to offer distance education in any state through a State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement, as defined in 34 CFR 600.2, to provide the program.
If we currently do not provide distance education in your state, please visit this page in the future. The state authorization information is regularly updated.
Students must note that changing their state of residence from a state where the University of Laverne meets State requirements for authorization to a state where it does not currently meet State authorization requirements or where the program does not meet licensure or certification requirements may have consequences including inability to enroll or ineligibility for federal financial aid, loan repayment or deferment under Title IV of the Higher Education Act, Department of Defense tuition assistance (TA) and/or veteran’s benefits. If you plan to move to a state in which University of Laverne does not currently meet State requirements and wish to continue in your current program, please consult with your Academic Advisor. You are also urged to consult with the appropriate state agency in your new state of residence about possible consequences.
Adverse Actions Initiated by a State Agency
As of February 20, 2020, there have been no previous, current, or pending adverse actions initiated by any state agencies related to postsecondary education programs offered solely through distance education at the University of La Verne for the prior five calendar years.
Adverse Actions Initiated by an Accrediting Agency
As of February 20, 2020, there have been no previous, current, or pending adverse actions initiated by any accreditation agencies related to postsecondary education programs offered solely through distance education at the University of La Verne for the prior five calendar years.