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Out of State Licensure

Out of State Professional Licensure Requirements

As of July 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education implemented new regulations for professional nursing programs.

The regulations require nursing schools to provide information to enrolled and prospective students regarding whether completion of that program would be sufficient to meet licensure requirements in a State for that occupation. Schools must provide a list of all States for which the school has determined that its curriculum (1) meets, (2) does not meet, or (3) has not made a determination on meeting state educational requirements for professional licensure or certification.

In compliance with the regulation, Standard College is providing the following information.

Standard College’s Practical Nursing and LPN to RN Programs’ curriculum meets the educational requirements for professional licensure as a practical nurse or a registered nurse for the states listed below. The determination was made based on the information provided on each state’s Board of Nursing website. Each state requires that applicants must graduate from a board-approved program within the United States.

  • Alabama
  •  Arizona
  •  Arkansas
  • California
  •  Colorado
  •  Connecticut
  •  Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  •  Florida
  •  Georgia
  •  Hawaii
  •  Idaho
  •  Illinois
  • Indiana
  •  Iowa
  •  Kansas
  •  Kentucky
  •  Maryland
  •  Massachusetts
  •  Michigan
  •  Minnesota
  •  Mississippi
  •  Missouri
  •  Montana
  • Nebraska
  •  Nevada
  •  New Hampshire
  •  New Jersey
  •  New Mexico
  •  New York
  •  North Carolina
  •  North Dakota
  •  Ohio
  •  Oklahoma
  •  Oregon
  •  Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  •  South Carolina
  •  South Dakota
  •  Tennessee
  •  Texas
  •  Utah
  •  Virginia
  •  Washington
  •  West Virginia
  •  Wisconsin
  •  Wyoming

Standard College has not made a determination of whether the LPN to RN Program curriculum meets the educational requirements for professional licensure as registered nurse for the states listed below.

  • Maine
  • Vermont

Standard College the LPN to RN Program curriculum does not meet the educational requirements for professional licensure as registered nurse for the states listed below.

  •  Alaska

Standard College Practical Nursing Program curriculum does not meet the educational requirements for licensure as a licensed practical nurse for the states listed below.

  • Louisiana