States Authorizing Loma Linda University Online Students
State laws across the nation require universities to be authorized to legally deliver online education to students residing in states other than the home state of the institution.
In other words, applicants who reside outside California will only be admitted to online courses or degree programs offered by Loma Linda University if the university has secured legal authorization from the applicant’s state of residence.
Loma Linda University is actively pursuing state authorization in every state of the nation; however, various state laws and fees might prohibit the university from achieving authorization in particular states. As a prospective student, if you reside in a state not currently on our state authorization list, we suggest contacting your state’s department of education for more information.
At this time, prospective students interested in applying to any Loma Linda University online courses or programs can do so from the following states:
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming
Student Complaints and Grievances
Loma Linda University online students who would like to file a complaint against the university should exhaust all internal grievance processes first. (Student Handbook page 77.) The vast majority of complaints are successfully resolved between the university and the student. In the rare event that a grievance is not resolved internally, online students may wish to submit a written complaint through the appropriate offices of education in the state in which the student resides. Click HERE for a list of educational agencies by state.