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All fees can now be paid online via the Schedule of Fees page.
We authorize and regulate the operations of in-state nonpublic and out-of-state postsecondary institutions operation or offering instruction in Georgia.
This transcript request only applies to closed institutions.
GNPEC authorizes large and small, degree-granting and certificate-granting, and accredited and unaccredited institutions. GNPEC might need to authorize your institution if the following apply:
Access the GA State Authorization Management System
See how Georgia law defines nonpublic and postsecondary educational institution.
Learn the difference between authorization, accreditation, and licensure.
Any business that wants to include "college" or "university" in its name must request use of the word through GNPEC.Request to use "College" or "University"
Please find attached a proposed policy to be voted upon at the July 26, 2021 Commission meeting.
Please review the May 2021 Newsletter for important updates.
The U.S. Department of Education released guidance for institutions to address compliance with Title IV Higher Education Act (HEA) policies for students receiving federal financial aid whose activities have been affected by COVID-19. Institutions will want to review this guidance for all activities that are subject to Title IV policies and regulations. The Department is providing some short-term flexibility for schools to help students complete the term for which the students are currently enrolled.
The full article can be found here: https://wcetfrontiers.org/2020/03/05/department-of-ed-guidance-for-interruptions-of-study-covid19/
Please review this infographic provided by the Department of Public Health.