Connecticut State Authorization Status
Marian University is currently authorized to offer courses and degrees to residents of Connecticut
updated by Jennifer Hendryx (June 25, 2014)
|Date of Communication
|May 14, 2014
||Authorized - No Further Action Required
Marian University does not have a physical presence in Connecticut, therefore no licensure is required at this time.
|May 14, 2014
Letter received from Patricia Santoro
|Letter from Patricia Santoro
||State Authorization Requirements
"Section 10a-34-24 of the Connecticut Regulations for Licensure and Accreditation of Institutions and Programs of Higher Learning states requirements for out of state institutions:
Section 10a-34-24. Programs Offered by Out-of-State Institutions.
(a) Eligibility. Any institution with a physical presence in the state shall be subject to the requirements of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. To be eligible for licensure to operate a program in Connecticut, an institution chartered or incorporated in another state must be fully accredited by a nationally recognized regional accrediting association and legally authorized to operate as an institution of higher learning and confer degrees in its home state.
(b) Licensure requirements. The institution shall be required to demonstrate compliance with all applicable procedures and standards in Sections 10a-34-9 through 10a-34-24, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies as they apply to the program(s) to be offered in Connecticut. In addition, there shall be qualified on-site administrative staff responsible for the overall administrative operation of all educational activities, to include instruction, counseling, advising, library services and maintenance of academic records."
|May 8, 2014
Called Amy King and followed up with an email.
|Follow-up email to Amy King
|April 7, 2014
Email sent to Patricia Santoro to verify state authorization requirements
|Initial inquiry email for Connecticut
Survey conducted by SHEEO
|Connecticut 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.