State Authorization of Distance Education is a complex and dynamic environment. Prospective students should check this site often for updates.
Florida State University's Office of Distance Learning seeks to deliver all of our fully online programs in every state. However, the complexity and fluidity of requirements in some states, including differing requirements by academic program, make this impractical.
From the list below, please select on the state in which you currently reside and review its current status, including any special requirements which may exist for your academic program of interest. If Florida State University cannot currently provide distance education in your state, or if your program of interest is excluded, please check back as the information changes often.
|Colorado||Connecticut||Delaware||District of Columbia||Florida|
|New Jersey||New Mexico||New York||North Carolina||North Dakota|
|South Carolina||South Dakota||Tennessee||Texas||Utah|
Important Note for Prospective Students: If you are considering an academic program that leads to a professional license in your state, it is highly recommended that you first seek guidance from the appropriate licensing agency in your home state BEFORE beginning the academic program located outside your state.
The following links will assist you in navigating resources for resolving any complaints or concerns you may have about how your FSU academic program is administered.
You may also find helpful links located in our undergraduate and graduate catalogs:
However, if your concern cannot be resolved internally with FSU, you may file a complaint with the appropriate agency within your current state of residence. Specific questions about FSU State Authorization of Distance Education can be directed to Kristin Carlton via email or (850) 644-1882.