Distance Education Program
Underwood University offers its programs through Distance Education, as well as in-person. Underwood’s Distance Education Program is approved by the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary education Commission (GNPEC), and Underwood is a member of the National Council for State Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), allowing UU to offer its Distance Education Program in 49 states (apart from California), the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.
- The same high-quality education and degree programs as its traditional, in-person programs, without the need to physically attend class at a UU campus. Credit awarded for an online instructional course is equivalent to that of a traditional, on-ground course, and the degree awarded at the end of an Underwood University Distance Education Program is the equivalent to a degree awarded to a traditional student at the end of a traditional program.
- Programs delivered through Populi, Underwood University’s Student Information System (SIS)
- Admission to a degree program in the DE Program are substantially the same process as admissions to Underwood’s traditional programs
- DE students have the same rights, responsibilities, and access to services as traditional students, insofar as possible. DE students have access to Student Services and all Library services and resources.
NOTE: UU’s DE Program requires that students have regular access to a PC or Mac with high-speed internet access, preferably using the latest OS updates (Windows 10 or 11; or MacOS 10.14 Mojave or later).
If you are interested in Underwood’s Distance Education Program, please contact the Main Office at 770-831-9500 or email <firstname.lastname@example.org>