Ohio State experienced record growth in distance education during the COVID-19 pandemic, with 19,095 students exclusively enrolled in distance education in fall 2020, up from 2,790 students in fall 2019 and 2,335 in fall 2018.
When Ohio State participates certain activities in other states, it requires the university seek authorization. Learn what activities may result the need to seek state authorization and why it's important to alert Ohio State's state authorization team about them.
The Biden administration sets its sights on tackling inequity and inequality in a way that could have a significant impact on higher education institutions and could make distance education more accessible.
State authorization emerged on the horizon of higher education in 2010, when the U.S. Department of Education released its original state authorization language for comment during a required negotiated rulemaking process.