SHEEO State Authorization Surveys

Revision of University of North Carolina Board of Governors from Tue, 04/22/2014 - 13:36

1A1. Agency Name: 
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors
1A2. Agency Description - Please review the description below and revise as appropriate (e.g., state executive agency, agency with appointed board, department or division within agency, etc.): 

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors functions as the agency for licensing (or ruling exempt from licensure) all nonpublic or out-of-state degree granting (associate’s degree and higher) institutions that conduct post-secondary degree activity and have a physical presence in North Carolina. The UNC Board of Governors has delegated responsibility for implementing and operating the licensure process to the University of North Carolina General Administration.

1A3. Agency Contact - Please review and correct as necessary the contact information below: 

Cherisa Williams
Licensure Specialist
The University of North Carolina General Administration
919-962-4621
cnwilliams@northcarolina.edu

1A4. Who should institutions contact if they have questions about your agency’s authority, policies, or application process: 

Same as above.

1C1. Other Agencies - According to our records, the following agencies also have responsibility for authorization in the state. Please correct, add to, or clarify this list of authorizing authorities as necessary. These agencies will also be requested to complete this survey: 
North Carolina Community College System, Office of Proprietary Schools.
1C2. If the division of responsibility among these agencies is not clear, please explain: 

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors functions as the agency for licensing all nonpublic or out-of-state degree granting institutions in North Carolina, while the North Carolina Community College System office has been functioning as the agency for licensing all nonpublic or out-of-state non-degree granting institutions (diploma and certificate programs).

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