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ALABAMA - Not Authorized

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ALASKA – Not Authorized

To request a complaint form, please send an email to: EED.ACPEIA@alaska.gov

ARIZONA - Not Authorized

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ARKANSAS -Not Authorized

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CALIFORNIA - Not Authorized

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COLORADO - Not Authorized

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CONNECTICUT Not Authorized

Students should contact 860-947‐1822 for specific instructions.

DELAWARE -Not Authorized

Please write or call for more information: The Delaware Department of Education; Teacher and Administrator Quality; John W. Collette Resource Center; 35 Commerce Way; Dover, DE, 19904. The Delaware Department of Education: 302‐857‐3388.

District of Columbia - Not Authorized

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FLORIDA – 

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Georgia –Not Authorized

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HAWAII – Not Authorized

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IDAHO – Not Authorized

For complaints, please contact the Office of the Idaho State Board of Education: 208‐334‐2270.

ILLINOIS – Not Authorized

Institutional Complaint Hotline: 217-557‐7359. The Board receives general information email at info@ibhe.org. Students seeking to register a complaint about an institution are required to submit the complaint in writing.

INDIANA – Not Authorized

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IOWA – Not Authorized

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KANSAS – Not Authorized

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KENTUCKY -Not Authorized

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LOUISANA –Not Authorized

For information regarding complaint procedures, please visit:

http://www.regents.la.gov/assets/docs/2014/07/StudentComplaintProcedure.pdf

http://www.regents.la.gov/page/proprietary-schools

MAINE - Not Authorized

Complaints shall be addressed in writing to the Maine Department of Education, Office of Higher Education, Augusta, Maine, 04333, with specific facts and allegations and signed by the complainant.

MARYLAND -Not Authorized

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MASSACHUSETTS – Not Authorized

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MICHIGAN - Not Authorized

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MINNESOTA - Not Authorized

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MISSISSIPPI –Not Authorized

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MISSOURI - Not Authorized

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MONTANA - Not Authorized

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NEBRASKA - Not Authorized

Please note that institutions offering courses or programs that are exclusively online are not required to seek authorization from CCPE. If students have complaints about such institutions, we refer them to the home state of the institution or the Nebraska Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division.

NEVADA - Not Authorized

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NEW HAMPSHIRE - Not Authorized

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NEW JERSEY - Not Authorized

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NEW MEXICO - Not Authorized

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NEW YORK - Not Authorized

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NORTH CAROLINA - Not Authorized

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NORTH DAKOTA - Not Authorized

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This policy is currently under review and revision. Please call CTE at 701‐328‐2678 for more information.

OHIO - Not Authorized

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OKLAHOMA -Not Authorized

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OREGON - Not Authorized

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PENNSYLVANIA - Not Authorized

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PUERTO RICO - Not Authorized

View information regarding Puerto Rico complaint procedures

RHODE ISLAND - Not Authorized

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SOUTH CAROLINA -Not Authorized

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SOUTH DAKOTA - Not Authorized

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TENNESSEE -Not Authorized

Students with complaints should follow the outlined grievance procedures in the institution’s catalog. If the complaint is not resolved at the institutional level, students may send the complaint, in writing, to Postsecondary School Authorization Staff, 404 James Robertson Parkway, Ste. 1900, Nashville, TN 37243.

TEXAS -Not Authorized

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UTAH - Not Authorized

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VERMONT - Not Authorized

We encourage you to work directly with your institution to satisfy complaints. If you believe you have a valid complaint about a violation, you may send it to the Vermont Department of Education in writing at 120 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05620‐2501.

VIRGINIA -Not Authorized

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WASHINGTON - Not Authorized

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WEST VIRGINIA -Not Authorized

Contact the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, 1018 E Kanawha Blvd, Ste. 700, Charleston, WV 25301-2800.

WISCONSIN - Not Authorized

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WYOMING - Not Authorized

View information regarding Wyoming complaint procedures

1) As of 6/30/17 the reciprocity agreement between the southeastern states, that CF has participated in, will no longer be valid and CF will no longer be able to serve students in those states.

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