State Authorization

Program Availability in Your State

As University College is working to meet federal and state authorization requirements in states outside California, UC’s home state, we want to bring to your attention that UC’s programs are not available in all states. Through the information listed below, we hope to assist you in better meeting your academic goals.

State Authorization of Distance Education is a complex and dynamic environment. Prospective students should check this site often for updates.

At this time, UC is unable to offer distance programs or courses to students residing in Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

We will continue to serve out-of-state students while working with individual state authorization agencies to meet institutional authorization requirements.

If UC cannot currently provide distance education in your state, please check back, as the information changes often.

Specific questions about UC’s State Authorization of Distance Education can be directed to