Ferris State currently has no restrictions on admission of residents of this state to our online programs. We look forward to having you as a Ferris Bulldog!
Students from Texas should note that Ferris State University is not regulated in Texas under Chapter 132 of the Texas Education Code. As a public university operating in Michigan, we receive oversight from both our governor-appointed Board of Trustees and the State of Michigan through its elected officials. Ferris is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
Ferris State University makes every effort to provide high quality education in our
online programs. Ferris State also has established policies and procedures to assist
students in resolving concerns or issues they may encounter. A listing of specific
policies for addressing various types of complaints and the escalation of complaints
at Ferris State University may be found here: http://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/admision/financialaid/complaints.htm.
Students are encouraged to pursue resolution to complaints within Ferris State University prior to escalation of the complaint to external agencies, as the university's personnel will be in the best position to remedy any concerns.
Complaints regarding broad institutional academic practices, such as those that raise issues regarding the University's ability to meet accreditation standards, may be forwarded to our accrediting agency. See this link for the process to submit a complaint to the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association as well as their contact information: http://ncahlc.org/HLC-Institutions/complaints.html
If you have additional questions about Ferris online programs and/or how this might impact residents from your state, please email us at email@example.com.