If you live in the U.S. but outside of the State of Washington it is likely that you will be able to take classes at Green River College.
You can take classes if your state belongs to SARA and, if your program leads to professional certification or licensure, Green River College meets the requirements in your state.
What is SARA and Who Participates?
Green River College is a member of SARA, an agreement among member states, districts, and territories that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education (https://www.nc-sara.org/).
As an institution participating in SARA, Green River College can offer online courses to students residing in other states also participating in SARA. As of July 2019, California is the only state not participating in NC-SARA.
The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) maintains a list of states, districts, and territories participating in SARA.
Programs Leading to Professional Certification or Licensure
Each state sets the requirements to recieve a professional license in their state and determines whether or not an educational program meets their requirements. When professional certification or licensure is required for employment, Green River must indicate if their programs meet the requirements in each state, or if that has not yet been determined.
See Green River College's List of Out-of-State Certificate or Licensure (coming soon)
To file a complaint about misrepresentation of the nature of educational programs, financial charges, employability of graduates, etc., see the Consumer Protection Student Complaint Process through the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges, GRC’s governing body.
Complaints about discrimination and/or harassment should be directed to the college’s Title IX Officer.