The U.S. Department of Education requires that institutions comply with all institutional authorization and licensure requirements in every state in which the institution offers distance education programs and degrees. Institutions are also required to provide current and prospective students with information on how and where to file complaints.
Our goal at UoPeople is to deliver our online degree programs in every state in the U.S. While most states do not require specific authorization or licensure for students residing in their state to enroll in our online programs, many states closely regulate distance learning and unfortunately in some of these states the process is lengthy, complex and expensive. From time to time we receive inquiries from students who wish to enroll in our degree programs and do not understand why we cannot process their applications. Know that we are working diligently on this issue and recommend that you check this page frequently for changes and updates.
Note that if you are seeking a degree that may lead to a professional license in your state of residence, we highly recommend that you contact your state's licensing agency before enrolling at UoPeople. UoPeople cannot ensure that its programs meet the qualifications of each and every licensing board in the U.S.
UoPeople makes every effort to provide a positive learning environment for all students and numerous resources exist to assist you in meeting your educational goals. We encourage you to explore all of the support services that we have established for your benefit before filing a complaint. We are aware, however, that challenges may arise in any event. The list below is aimed at assisting you in navigating your options for the resolution of any concerns you may have about UoPeople and its academic programs. It provides contact information for every state in which UoPeople enrolls students, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
Note that this list should not be construed as informative of agency regulation, where UoPeople is licensed or in which states UoPeople is required to be licensed.
The American British Graduate University: Experience the benefits of a global education community and
interact with students in countries around the world.
Here are some of the feedback from our students that
we have received from some of our recent seminars and e-learning courses: