Regional Reciprocity Replaced With National Agreement
SREB’s Electronic Regional Reciprocity Agreement (SECRRA) replaced by SARA
Effective June 30, 2017, SREB will no longer operate the SREB Electronic Campus Regional Reciprocity Agreement (SECRRA), based on the expectation that the opportunities for students provided in SECRRA will continue through SARA membership. The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA), developed a voluntary, state-level reciprocity process that takes the place of the regional agreement. With SECRRA dissolved, the Academic Common Market/Electronic Campus programs will also be affected. Institutions that wish to join SARA may list programs with the Academic Common Market after becoming SARA-approved. Institutions that do not wish to join SARA are required to attain individual state approvals before listing programs on the Academic Common Market.