Enrollment Program

To be accepted as an accredited member of UCOEA, a school must meet the following standards.

The school must be legally registered within the country it is located. It must offer a full distance learning degree program without any resident requirement.

The school must have a non-discrimination policy on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or marital status.

The school will have to provide a confidentiality policy to students regarding privacy of academic and personal record. The school will not graduate any student who fails to meet the academic requirements as set by that institution.

It would be the responsibility of the school to inform UCOEA about any material change in the operation of their college that might cause concern to the Council.

A school may only be considered for accredited membership when nominated by a member of UCOEA.

A member may quit any time by tendering his resignation either in writing or by e-mail.

If you fulfill all these requirements, you may ask for our registration form by contacting us at: [email protected]

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