States Served by Shoreline's Virtual Campus

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


*Shoreline Community College is not authorized to accept students located in the District of Columbia, Florida, Kentucky, New York, or North Carolina into the Health Information Technology Curriculum. Contact eLearning Services with questions at


Program availability varies by state. Admission into a program is granted at the time of initial acceptance into the program and is dependent on program availability in the state where the student is physically located at the time of admission. If a student moves to a state other than the state where the student was physically present when admitted into the program, continuation within the program will depend on the availability of the program within the new state where the student is physically present.  Shoreline Community College does not serve all 50 states.  Students moving to states where Shoreline Community College does not serve students will result in the student not being able to register for more classes. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the institution of a change in physical presence.

Shoreline Community College’s online courses and programs do not lead to state professional licensure. Shoreline's Education online courses and programs do not lead to teacher certification for public schools. However, all of our courses and programs are fully accredited and course credits may transfer to university programs that may lead to professional licensure.  Please contact eLearning staff with any questions at


As part of the process of gaining approval to serve out-of-state students, state and federal guidelines require us to provide information about resolving complaints about our instruction or student services.