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  • Waldorf Magazine
    Your Info Waldorf Magazine Waldorf Foundation Residential Alumni Waldorf Magazine Waldorf Magazine The Waldorf Magazine is published twice a year in the fall and in the spring This publication is available to alumni and friends of the college 2014 Fall Waldorf Magazine 2013 Fall Waldorf Magazine 2013 Spring Waldorf Magazine 2012 Fall Waldorf Magazine 2012 Spring Waldorf Magazine 2011 Fall Waldorf Magazine 2011 Spring Waldorf Magazine 2010 Fall Waldorf Magazine

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/alumni/waldorf-magazine (2016-02-13)
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  • Accreditation
    in the following associations Council of Independent Colleges Council of Higher Education Accreditation The Higher Learning Commission is one of six accrediting agencies in the United States that provide institutional accreditation on a regional basis They provide institutional accreditation on a regional basis evaluating an entire institution and accrediting it as a whole Other agencies provide accreditation for specific programs Accreditation is voluntary The Commission accredits approximately 1100 institutions of

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/online/about-us/accreditation-and-memberships/accreditation (2016-02-13)
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  • Special State Disclosures
    50 states as well as the District of Columbia and territories Compliance requirements vary state by state For colleges to offer degree programs to residents of some states those states require special disclosure For example some states require special disclosure that the state does not regulate out of state institutions In those cases out of state institutions may offer online programs to residents of those states but the college is

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/online/about-us/accreditation-and-memberships/special-state-disclosure-requirements (2016-02-13)
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  • State Licensure
    more No Refund Iowa Waldorf is approved by the Iowa College Student Aid Commission to operate as a distance education program provider in Iowa Waldorf was initially approved by the Commission on March 15 2013 A renewal application with the Iowa College Student Aid Commission was submitted March 2015 and is currently being reviewed Iowa State Refund Exception If a student withdraws before the end of a term after receiving state financial aid payments the percentage calculated under the college s formula for return of institutional funds to the student s account must be used to calculate the state return of funds amount If at any time an Iowa student terminates a postsecondary educational program due to the student s physical incapacity the terminating student shall receive a refund of tuition charges in an amount that equals the amount of tuition charged to the student multiplied by the ratio of the remaining number of calendar days in the school period to the total number of calendar days in the school period Kansas Waldorf is not required to seek approval with the Kansas Board of Regents Kentucky Since Waldorf is not engaging in any of the operating or soliciting activities per 13 KAR 1 020 Section 1 9 a e licensure is not required Louisiana Waldorf is not regulated by the Board of Regents since it offers courses and programs fully online and does not maintain physical facilities in the State of Louisiana Maine Waldorf is exempt from State of Maine approval or authorization requirements to offer online instructional programming to citizens of Maine Maryland Waldorf is registered with the Maryland Higher Education Commission to enroll Maryland students in fully online distance education programs through June 30 2016 Maryland was initially registered with the Commission on August 14 2013 State of Maryland Approval Massachusetts Waldorf is not required to be approved by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education since there is no physical presence in the State of Massachusetts Michigan Waldorf has no physical presence in the State of Michigan and is therefore not required to be licensed to provide online instruction to Michigan residents Minnesota Waldorf College is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A 61 to 136A 71 Registration is not an endorsement of the institution Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions Minnesota Registration AA Business Administration Approval Mississippi Waldorf is in the process of applying for registration with the Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation and the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration Missouri Waldorf does not have a physical presence in Missouri and is therefore not required to be licensed by the Missouri Department of Higher Education Montana Waldorf is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission HLC and maintains a Financial Responsibility Composite Score of 3 0 This satisfies the requirements of Montana Code Annotated 20 25 107 and Board of Regents Policy 221 Therefore Waldorf is authorized to offer post

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/online/about-us/accreditation-and-memberships/state-licensure (2016-02-13)
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  • Registering a Complaint
    Box 541 Honolulu HI 96809 808 586 7327 http cca hawaii gov hpeap student complaint process Idaho Idaho State Board of Education State Coordinator for Private Colleges Proprietary Schools 650 West State Street PO Box 83720 Boise Idaho 83720 0037 http www boardofed idaho gov priv col univ student complaint asp Illinois Illinois Board of Higher Education 431 East Adams Street Second Floor Springfield IL 62701 1404 http www ibhe state il us consumerinfo complaint htm Indiana Academic Programs Manager Indiana Commission for Higher Education 101 West Ohio Street Suite 550 Indianapolis Indiana 46204 1984 Or Accreditation Coordinator Indiana Board for Proprietary Education Indiana Commission for Higher Education 101 West Ohio Street Suite 670 Indianapolis IN 46204 1984 http www in gov che 2744 htm Iowa Iowa College Student Aid Commission 430 East Grand Ave FL 3 Des Moines IA 50319 1920 https www iowacollegeaid gov content constituent request review Kansas Kansas Board of Regents Private Postsecondary Education Division 1000 SW Jackson St Suite 520 Topeka KS 66612 1368 http www kansasregents org academic affairs private out of state complaint process Kentucky Institutional Complaints Council on Postsecondary Education 1024 Capital Center Drive Suite 320 Frankfort KY 40601 http cpe ky gov forstudents consumercomplaints Louisiana Office of the Attorney General Consumer Protection Section P O Box 94005 Baton Rouge LA 70804 9005 https www ag state la us article aspx articleID 36 catID 15 Maine Due Process Office Maine Department of Education 23 State House Station Augusta ME 04333 http www maine gov doe specialed support dispute procedures complaintinvestigation html Maryland Consumer Protection Division Office of the Attorney General 200 St Paul Place Baltimore MD 21202 http www oag state md us Consumer complaint htm Massachusetts Massachusetts Board of Higher Education Office of the General Counsel One Ashburton Place Room 1401 Boston MA 02108 http www mass edu forstudents complaints complaintform asp Michigan Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs CSCL Enforcement Division PO Box 300018 Lansing MI 48909 http www michigan gov lara 0 4601 7 154 35299 61343 35395 35396 139958 00 html Minnesota Office of Higher Education 1450 Energy Park Drive Suite 350 St Paul MN 55108 http www ohe state mn us mPg cfm pageID 1078 Mississippi Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation 3825 Ridgewood Road Jackson MS 39211 6453 http www ihl state ms us mcca downloads studentcomplaintform pdf Director Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration 3825 Ridgewood Road Jackson MS 39211 http www mccb edu pdfs pg PSComplaintForm pdf Missouri Missouri Department of Higher Education 205 Jefferson Street P O Box 1469 Jefferson City MO 65102 1469 http www dhe mo gov documents POLICYONCOMPLAINTRESOLUTION reviseddraft pdf Montana Montana University System Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education 2500 Broadway Street P O Box 203201 Helena MT 59620 3201 http mus edu MUS Statement of Complaint Process asp Nebraska Office of the Attorney General 2115 State Capitol Lincoln NE 68509 http ago nebraska gov consumer protection Nevada Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education 8778 South Maryland Parkway

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/online/about-us/accreditation-and-memberships/registering-a-complaint (2016-02-13)
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  • Future Students - Online Progams - Requirements
    in U S equivalency must be translated through a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services NACES approved translating service International Students International students must self certify as to successful completion of the equivalent of Grade 12 in a U S secondary school and provide evidence of successful completion of a program considered to be equivalent to an accredited high school diploma or GED certificate Your international academic transcript must be evaluated and certified by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services member organization Please request that the certifying organization s report be sent directly to the registrar at Waldorf College International Students who are citizens of a country where English is not the primary language are required to submit one of the following prior to admission Official TOEFL Test of English as a Foreign Language Requirements for admission into our degree programs include A minimum of 500 in the paper based version or 61 in the internet based version International English Language Testing System Exam IELTS A minimum of a Band 5 or higher is required TOEFL and IELTS scores are not required from International students who have completed two years of study in which English was the language of instruction International students whose English language transcripts have been accepted by institutions domiciled in the U S and Canada Written proof of successfully completing 2 0 GPA or higher at least 30 academic semester hours of university college level courses excluding ESL that are transferable and that were taught completely in English Written proof of attaining the C Level English certificate issued by the Government of Vietnam Transcripts not in U S equivalency must be translated through a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services NACES approved translating service Please visit the NACES website for more information Students who cannot meet the above requirements because of exceptional circumstances may petition to enroll under an alternate admission status see Admissions Status Policy If permitted the student will be allowed to take a maximum of four courses on a non degree seeking student basis If a student has a 3 0 GPA or higher after taking four courses the student may be accepted as a degree seeking student If the student s GPA is lower than 3 0 the student s enrollment at Waldorf will be terminated Verification and Exceptional Cases All documents submitted for review to determine admission status are subject to verification Applicants selected for verification must provide official high school or GED transcripts and any other documents requested by the College to complete verification Verification may also be required if the U S Department of Education selects a student for verification and requests validation of high school graduation Failure to comply with this request may result in immediate dismissal from the Waldorf and forfeiture of credits In the event that an applicant is not able to obtain an official high school transcript due to natural disaster or other unforeseen circumstances the Registrar or designee will review an admission petition to

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  • Future Students - Online Progams - Transfer Credit
    will be considered for transfer and applied toward graduation requirements Students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree from an accredited community college will have their degree considered for meeting all core requirements with the exception of a lower division religion course and an upper division religion course and any specific courses required by the individual major area of study Up to 16 vocational technical credits will be accepted if a student has completed the Associate in Arts Degree Up to eight vocational technical credits will be accepted if a student has an AAS degree an AS degree an ASB degree or no degree Grade points earned at other institutions are generally not included in computing the grade point average at Waldorf and are not used in computing academic honors Professional Licenses Certificates and Training Programs Waldorf considers guidelines established by the American Council on Education ACE to determine if certain training programs certificates professional licenses and or military training warrant awarding academic credit Transfer Credit by Examination Waldorf accepts credit by examination from the following The College Level Examination Program CLEP Defense Activity for Non Traditional Education Support DANTES Transcript Request Service Waldorf offers a transcript request service

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  • Future Students - Online Progams - Admissions Status
    transcript or equivalent if transferring in less than 12 semester credits or official post secondary transcripts Conditional admission allows graduate applicants to enroll in a program for up to six 6 semester credits based on copies pending the receipt of official post secondary transcript s Federal Student Aid is not available to students under Temporary Admission Status Students who wish to begin enrolling in courses immediately after their application has been received may do so under Temporary Admissions Status and while Temporary may complete up to 12 credit hours Once all official transcripts are received and evaluated an Application Evaluation Report will be issued and pending a favorable review the student s status will be changed to Accepted Conditional Status is not available to students under Temporary Status When enrolling in courses while on Temporary status the student is responsible to select courses that will fulfill the requirements of his her selected program of study Information on Waldorf program course requirements can be found on the Waldorf website For assistance on course selection students may contact the Assistant Registrar at assistant registrar waldorf edu Before enrolling under Temporary status the student should make certain he she meets the Waldorf admissions

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