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Pittsburg State University is a member of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) and, as such, distance education and online programs offered Pittsburg State University are authorized in all states who are also members of NC-SARA. Pitt State also actively seeks authorization in states which do not participate in NC-SARA. To determine if PSU's programs are authorized in your state please view the State Authorization Status map below.
Click on each state to find out more information regarding that state.Green states represent that PSU is fully approved to offer online programs.Yellow states represent limited online programs are available.Red states represent that PSU is not approved to offer online programs.
Pittsburg State University aims to resolve all student complaints in a fair and expedient manner. Students wishing to file a formal complaint must first seek resolution through institutional grievance procedures. Details can be found at the Equal Opportunity website. Students may also contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action for more information. If a complaint cannot be resolved internally, students may also file a complaint with the Kansas Board of Regents or with our accrediting body. Out-of-state distance students may follow this link for information about filing consumer complaints with their state authorizing agency.
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