Alaska State Authorization Status
Marian University is currently authorized to offer courses and degrees to residents of Alaska.
updated by Jennifer Hendryx (June 25, 2014)
|Date of Communication
|January 26, 2016
The institution has been granted exemption
| Alaska Distance Expemption Letter 2016
Marian University is registered with the Minnesota Office of
Higher Education pursuant to Minnesota Statues sections 136A.61 to 136A.71.
Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the
institution may not transfer to all other institutions.
|May 8, 2014
Initial exemption granted
|Initial Exemption Letter
||Authorized - Future Action Required (Before May 8, 2016)
"Institutions determined to be exempt from authorization provisions under 20 AAC 17.015(a)(8) are required to recertify biennially that the educational program and institution continue to qualify for exemption. The institution will be required to recertify prior to May 8, 2016."
|May 8, 2014
Sent application for exemption.
|Initial Application for Exemption
|April 8, 2014
E-mail received from Kierke Kussart
|Email from Kierke Kussart
||State Authorization Requirements
Out-of-state institutions with no physical presence in Alaska, as
described below, are required to apply for exemption from authorization to
offer postsecondary instruction in Alaska.
To do so, complete and submit the Application for Exemption from
Authorization form which can be found at the following link: http://acpe.alaska.gov/Portals/0/OTHER/Forms/00ExemptApp.pdf
|April 7, 2014
Email sent to Kierke Kussart to verify state authorization requirements
|Initial inquiry email for Alaska
Survey conducted by SHEEO
|Alaska SHEEO Inventory
||State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) conducted a survey of all states to help identify state requirements, contact persons, and other helpful information regarding state authorization.