The Armour Institute
State Authorization for Distance Learning. The Armour Institute has received provisional probationary status in accordance with the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (S.A.R.A.), under section 3.2a1 circumstance(s). S.A.R.A. benefits students by expanding approval of distance educational offerings across the states.
This agreement helps students in S.A.R.A. states address and resolve any complaints. To see the other benefits, go to the NC-SARA website. All US states and territories are currently members of S.A.R.A. except for California.
The Armour Institute offers online ministry degree programs in every U.S. State and has either been exempt, approved or is working to obtain S.A.R.A. approval in these other regions. Contact our Office of Admissions for information on becoming an online student or hybrid student.
Federal and state regulations require that all institutions of higher education comply with existing state laws regarding distance learning. As these regulations are continuously evolving, The Armour Institute makes every effort to maintain compliance. As a condition of The Armour Institute’s authority to offer its programs to state residents, several postsecondary education agencies require the publication of certain consumer information.