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State Authorization Strategy. State Authorization Strategy. Dr. Pamela Shay Franklin University Vice President of Accreditation & Institutional Effectiveness Nonprofit, private institution Online & campus-based p rograms Associate, Bachelor, and Master degrees

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State authorization strategy

State Authorization Strategy


State authorization strategy

State Authorization Strategy

Dr. Pamela Shay

Franklin University

Vice President of Accreditation & Institutional Effectiveness

  • Nonprofit, private institution

  • Online & campus-based programs

  • Associate, Bachelor, and Master degrees

  • Students enrolled nationwide


Strategic planning

Strategic Planning

State Strategy


Know your school

Know YOUR School

  • Where do your students reside?

  • What activities does your school conduct?

  • What are your strategic plans (2-3 years)?


Know state regulations

Know STATE Regulations

  • Review relevant statutes and regulations

    • “IT DEPENDS” on type of institution, delivery formats, level of activities

  • Compare multiple sources of information

  • Create your own spreadsheet/table to track information


Review statutes and regulations

Review Statutes and Regulations

  • Definitions

  • Exemptions

  • Licensure programs with curricula or requirements dictated by state professional licensing boards, e.g. education, nursing, social work


Identify triggers

Identify “Triggers”

  • Activities that may give rise to “physical presence”, therefore impacting School’s status in a specific state.

  • Classroom onsite, marketing, recruiting, faculty residence, attend college fairs, onsite testing, library resources onsite, practicum/internships.

Compare


Build and foster relationships

Build and Foster Relationships

  • External

  • State Regulators

  • Professional Organizations

  • Internal

  • Maintain regular communication with marketing, financial aid, academics, registrar, and enrollment, human resources, finance, assessment departments

  • Need information on library resources, facilities, advising, student services, technology

  • Know institution’s strategic or growth plan

Build


State authorization strategy

Strategic Decisions Regarding State Authorization

  • Number of students

  • State expenses (initial, annual, bonds, etc.)

  • Cost of not serving existing students

  • Cost of monitoring and maintaining

  • Cost of personnel


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Strategic Planning

State Strategy


State authorization strategy

Pamela Shay

Accreditation & Institutional Effectiveness

Franklin University

201 S. Grant Avenue

Columbus, Ohio 43215

[email protected]

641.947.6135

State Authorization Resources by Franklin University

Navigating the Chaos Workshop

Franklin.edu/authorization-workshop

Consulting Services

Personal consultation on state processes for your institution

SA Management Services

Franklin partners with your institution to complete state authorization requirements and manage the system for your institution.

Thank you for your time and attention


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