This year’s symposium will provide the latest information on state authorization, operating under SARA, and the procedures that institutions need to understand to move forward in 2017. This information is vital for anyone involved in understanding the regulatory environment or administering educational programs offered across state lines, including Department Chairs, Deans, Provosts, Online Learning Administrators, and General Counsels.

Presenters will include:

  • Marshal Hill, Executive Director, National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements
  • Mary Larson, Director, Student Access Programs and Services, Southern Regional Education Board
  • Russ Poulin, Director for Policy and Analysis, WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies
  • Jeannie Yockey-Fine, Senior Advisor for State Regulatory Services, Cooley LLP

To register to attend the Symposium, please use the following link: 2017 FLVC Symposium Register Here

Questions or additional information questions regarding the symposium, please contact Heather Thompson or Pam Beck