SARA Authorized States
As of January 2015, Oregon Tech has been accepted as an institutional participant in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) initiative which has resulted in increased access to online learning at Oregon Tech.
Oregon Tech Online is now accepting students for all programs from the following SARA states: Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Montana, North Dakota, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Louisiana, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Vermont, Wyoming, Iowa, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Texas, Maine, Delaware and North Carolina, New York, Utah, Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin.
In the coming year, many more states will likely be accepted into the NC-SARA initiative. Updates are made as soon as states are accepted and can be verified by checking: http://www.nc-sara.org/ Find more information about the benefits of SARA here: http://www.nc-sara.org/what-are-student-benefits
Non-SARA States Authorization Status
Listed below are states not currently participating in SARA and Oregon Tech’s current status of authorization to offer online education in each.
California: Oregon Tech is currently accepting students into all programs and does not need to apply for authorization in this non-SARA states.
Massachusetts: Oregon Tech is authorized to deliver online education in Massachusetts EXCEPT in Radiologic Science, Polysomnographic Technology, and Clinical Sleep Health Programs.
Complaint Resolution Contacts by State
Regulations require us to provide prospective and current students with contact information for filing complaints. Students residing in states that are not participating in the NC-SARA initiative should select their state of residence from the drop-down menu below to be connected with the appropriate agency in the state where the student resides. Students residing in Oregon or a participating NC-SARA state
(see above) can refer to the following links to file a complaint against Oregon Tech: Complaint Process and form