Texas Tech University (TTU) is required to comply with state regulations when conducting activities in states other than the state of Texas. Regulation and requirements vary by state. However, TTU membership in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) allows TTU to conduct limited activities* within the NC-SARA member states indicated below. Other specific agreements allow Texas Tech to conduct 100% online learning activities to students in a few additional states. Please note the few states in which Texas Tech is not authorized to conduct any activities.
- 100% Online Students Only**
- Not Authorized
*NC-SARA membership allows Texas Tech University to conduct limited activities in the indicated member states. Please see the SARA Policies and Standards document for details of specific authorized activities. Please note that Texas Tech is not authorized to conduct internships leading to professional licensure without direct coordination with the licensure board in that state.
** Texas Tech University has implicit or explicit agreement to conduct 100% online learning activities to students in the indicated states. These agreements do not explicitly allow additional activities with a few exceptions such as a limited number of legislative internships in Washington, D.C. Please contact TTU Worldwide eLearning to inquire about conducting additional activities in these states.
Please note the few states in which Texas Tech is not authorized to conduct any activities.
Please contact eLearning@ttu.edu or (806) 742-7227 with questions or inquiries about conducting activities in states other than Texas.
|NC-SARA Authorized States|
|Colorado||Delaware||District of Columbia||Georgia|
|New Hampshire||New Mexico||North Carolina||North Dakota|
|South Carolina||South Dakota||Tennessee||Texas|
|100% Online Students Only|
|States Not Authorized|