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Program Integrity Regulations

Student Complaint Process

SUNY Canton follows the complaint resolution policies and procedures outlined within the SARA Policy Manual and summarized on their webpage for Student Complaints. Consumer protection complaints resulting from distance education courses, activities, and operations may be submitted to SUNY Canton for investigation and resolution. Information on SUNY Canton’s Complaint Procedure and contact information for filing a complaint is located on the webpage SUNY Canton’s complaint procedure. If a student is dissatisfied with SUNY Canton’s resolution, a concern may be submitted to System Administration of the State University of New York as outlined on the SUNY Office of University of Life webpage for student concerns. And, if still not satisfied, a complaint may be submitted, within two years of the incident about which the complaint is made, to the New York State Education Department webpage on how to file a complaint about a college or university. Please note that this does not include complaints about grades or student conduct violations, which are to be fully addressed via campus processes, not through the NC-SARA complaint resolution procedures.

SARA - Approved Institution

NC-SARA Member

SARA - Approved InstitutionSUNY Canton participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA). SARA's policies help protect students and provide benefits to both states and institutions carrying out distance education in multiple states.

Mandatory Professional Licensure Disclosure

Professional licensure requirements vary from state to state. SUNY Canton academic programs are designed to meet New York State licensure requirements and may not meet requirements from other states. SUNY Canton provides disclosures, per federal regulations, on its licensure programs.

SUNY Canton is a participating member of The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA aligns with federal disclosure requirements. NC-SARA’s Professional Licensure resources include the Professional Licensure Directory and Frequently Asked Questions.