Postsecondary Registration

Postsecondary registration is the term used in Iowa law to describe the process by which a college or university gains authorization to offer programs in Iowa or to Iowa residents. A school that wants to offer educational instruction to students in Iowa may be required to comply with one or more of the following requirements of Iowa law:

Legislative Updates

Effective for all registration applications the Commission receives on or after January 15, 2014, the Commission charges a $1000 application fee payable to the State of Iowa that the school must submit by check at the time of the application, and a $1000 registration fee that is due and payable to the State of Iowa upon registration approval.  The registration term is 2 years.  Please refer to Iowa Code Chapter 261B for additional information about additional administrative rule changes that became effective on January 15, 2014.

Links and Resources

Everest College - Phoenix Closes

Applications for Colleges and Universities Registered in Iowa

Colleges and Universities in Iowa

Closed Colleges in Iowa

Other Iowa Education Contacts

Iowa College Student Aid Commission Contact Information

For additional information regarding the State of Iowa's postsecondary registration, financial responsibility, tuition refund and disclosure requirements, please contact:

Carolyn Small
Postsecondary Registration Coordinator
Iowa College Student Aid Commission
430 East Grand Avenue, FL 3
Des Moines, IA  50309-1920
(877) 272-4456 option 4
carolyn.small@iowa.gov

 

Printed from the Iowa College Student Aid Commission website on July 06, 2015 at 4:10am.