UNLV State Authorization Reciprocity: Guam

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents Specifies the constitutional authority under which it was created in Article 1 Section 1, and the institutions under NSHE include the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). The entire NSHE handbook is available online. UNLV is a degree-granting institution that is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), which is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education. Furthermore, the state of Nevada is a member of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) and the University of Nevada Las Vegas-UNLV (“University”) is an approved SARA institution. SARA is an agreement that establishes a common set of standards for offering post-secondary distance education among member states. Learn more about SARA and the benefits to students.

Pursuant to the United States Department of Education (USDOE) State Authorization Regulations, the following information is provided to all current and prospective students:

Online Programs available to students who reside in Guam:

College of Education

Educational Psychology

College of Liberal Arts

Social Science Studies

Greenspun College of Urban Affairs

Crisis and Emergency Management
Urban Leadership
Urban Studies

School of Public Health

Health Care Administration and Policy

William F. Harrah College of Hospitality

Hospitality Management

Disclosures:

As an out-of-state, public, not-for-profit institution of higher education, regionally accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas ("University") is not required to register or seek authorization to offer distance education programs in Guam.

The Complaint Process:

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (“University”), aims to resolve all student complaints in an expedient and fair manner. Students wishing to file a complaint should first exhaust all “University” resources. Click the links for any issues regarding Title IX; Grade Disputes; Student Conduct, Academic Misconduct; or ADA Concerns.

For issues related to Online Education and State Authorization Reciprocity complete the following form: Report an Online Education Concern

Please allow for 10 business days from the time your concern was submitted for UNLV to follow up with you.

In the event a satisfactory resolution is not reached at the “University” level regarding Online Education and State Authorization Reciprocity, students are invited to follow-up with the Nevada System of Higher Education, Commission on Postsecondary Education: 8778 S. Maryland Parkway, Suite 115, Las Vegas, Nevada 89123. Phone: (702) 486-7330. FAX: (702) 486-7340.

The contact information for UNLV's accrediting body can be found here: NWCCU.

Should the issue regarding Online Education and State Authorization Reciprocity not be resolved at the University and/or NV State level, students are invited to contact the State Agency in which students reside. For your convenience, the information known to the “University” is listed below:

University of Guam
Robert Underwood
President of the University of Guam
anacletus2010@gmail.com