Palm Beach Atlantic University has been accepted as an institutional participant in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA).
“When PBA became a participant with NC-SARA, the University instantly gained more flexibility in where we could recruit students,” said Tim Worley, vice president for Admission and Special Projects. “This initiative provides students more opportunities to enroll in the online programs at PBA and we’re glad to be able to accept more applications from across the country.”
SARA increased PBA’s online degree programs availability from 20 states to now 49 states across the nation, excluding California.
Learn more about PBA’s online degree programs here.