University Accreditation and Licensure

Our Online Learning degree programs are reviewed and approved as part of the University of Wisconsin-Superior's accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission. The university has been continuously accredited since 1916. Our most recent full accreditation review was in 2013. See UW-Superior's Accreditation page for more information.

Agreements With Other States

Pursuant to Wis. Stats. Ch. 39.85, et. al, the State of Wisconsin is a member of the Midwestern-State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (MSARA) through the Midwestern Higher Education Compact. MSARA regulates the ways participating institutions may offer online education to students who reside in other states. The University of Wisconsin-Superior is a participating institution in this agreement (see NC-SARA terms and conditions), which covers states indicated on this NC-SARA map.

State Licensure

The states below are not part of the SARA agreement. Please see each state for their accreditation requirements.

California

As a public higher education institution, UW-Superior is not required by the state of California to obtain approval to offer online learning to California residents.

Massachusetts

UW-Superior is not required to be licensed to provide online instruction to Massachusetts residents since it has no physical presence in Massachusetts.