Berkeley College, NC-SARA, OLC, Quality Matters, and WCET have formulated a set of questions to help students navigate their online education options and determine the environment that best suits their preferences, education goals, and work/life balance.
NC-SARA is pleased to announce that Massachusetts and Puerto Rico have now joined SARA. Massachusetts’ application has been approved by the New England Board of Higher Education; Puerto Rico’s application has been approved by the Southern Regional Education Board.
On June 1, DEAC, NC-SARA and WCET provided comments on the U.S. Department of Education's plan to refer the December 2016 rules regarding state authorization of distance education to a negotiated rulemaking panel.
SARA staff have received several questions regarding the state-mandated tuition refund policies of several (SARA) states and the applicability of those polices to SARA-participating institutions operating from other states.
At the NC-SARA board meeting on May 3, NC-SARA staff will recommend that NC-SARA create a searchable database of academic programs offered at a distance by SARA institutions.
NC-SARA is pleased to release Version 18.1 of the SARA Manual, available today on the NC-SARA website
The Spring 2018 NC-SARA Enrollment Data Reporting Guide and Spring 2018 Data Sharing Agreement are now available.
Marshall A. Hill, Executive Director
NC-SARA’s auditors recently completed their audit of NC-SARA financial statements for the years ended June 30, 2017 and 2016. (NC-SARA’s fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30.) The audit was done by the Denver office of RubinBrown, a national accounting and professional consulting firm working in more than a dozen industries – including non-profit organizations, colleges and universities.