Accreditation & Consumer Information | Broadview University

Broadview University Meets High Standards To Achieve Accreditation

Broadview University is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) to award certificates, diplomas, associate of applied science degrees, bachelor of fine arts degrees, bachelor of science degrees and master’s degrees.

If you have questions about Broadview’s accreditation, please email or call us at 385-501-4803.

About Accreditation

Receiving accreditation requires a strong commitment to educational quality. To maintain accreditation, Broadview voluntarily commits to continuous improvement and accountability; periodic peer review; and meeting or exceeding educational quality criteria established by ACICS.

About ACICS

Founded in 1912, ACICS accredits institutions that offer programs in professional, technical and occupational fields. It is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA)

Broadview University – West Jordan has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements, commonly known as SARA, provides a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. Learn more about NC-SARA by visiting their website, nc-sara.org .

MAT® Non-Credit, Short-Term Modules

These non-credit, short-term modules are not approved by ACICS as part of the institution’s accreditation and are offered for the sole purpose of continuing education, professional development, or preparation.

Consumer Information

Consumer information is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, the Student Right to Know Act, and the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

If you would like to know more about Broadview University’s students – who they are and how they’re doing – please review the following consumer information.

Broadview University Annual ACICS Campus Accountability Report Outcomes >>
Placement Rate Calculation Information >>
West Jordan Campus: Student Right-to-Know >>
College Navigator – National Center for Education Statistics >>
West Jordan Campus: Campus Safety and Security Report >>

Grievance Policy

For information on Broadview University’s grievance policy, please see the Course Catalog.

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

Licensure requirements vary from state to state and are subject to change. If you are considering enrolling in a program or module with Broadview University (BVU) that leads to professional licensure, we highly recommend that you contact the appropriate state licensing agency in your state or the state where you intend to work to seek the most up-to-date information about state licensure requirements prior to, and during, enrollment. The U.S. Department of Labor has provided this resourceful website: License Finder. If you would like assistance in finding your state’s licensure requirements, please contact your program chair or campus staff at BVU.

Professional licensure information for each program and module can also be found in the Broadview University Student Catalog.

International Compliance

While Broadview University is in the process of tracking issues related to international authorization and licensure, it is the student’s responsibility to understand requirements on whether a degree or certificate will be recognized in a country outside of the United States, how the collection of student data may be used in another country, and whether you will be subject to additional withholding of taxes, in addition to the price of tuition. International students considering a program or module that leads to professional licensure should confirm with the appropriate professional licensing board in their country of residence, or the country where they intend to work, as to whether a BVU degree or certificate will be recognized when seeking licensure or certification.

Programs

The Bachelor of Science in Muscle Activation Techniques® program does not lead to professional licensure in Utah or any other state. At this time, there is not a recognized state licensure for muscle activation techniques. Please refer to the Broadview University school catalog for further information on entrance requirements, certification and/or licensure eligibility.

The Associate of Applied Science in Muscle Activation Techniques® program does not lead to professional licensure in Utah or any other state. At this time, there is not a recognized state licensure for muscle activation techniques. Please refer to the Broadview University school catalog for further information on entrance requirements, certification and/or licensure eligibility.

The Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology program can lead to licensure, certification or registration depending on state regulations, and upon passing the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE).  The veterinary technology program does lead to state certification in the state of Utah, as a certified veterinary technician (CVT) upon graduation and passing the VTNE.  Relocating could impact whether you meet licensure requirements, if applicable, in another state or territory.  For state and territory requirements, please visit the Regulated and Non-Regulated Jurisdiction Reference List or visit the regulatory agency page on the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) website https://www.aavsb.org/public-resources/find-regulatory-board-information/.

The Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology program can lead to licensure, certification or registration depending on state regulations, and upon passing the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE). Currently, veterinary technicians are not required to be licensed, certified, or registered in the state of Utah. Relocating could impact whether you meet licensure requirements, if applicable, in another state or territory. For state and territory requirements, please visit the Regulated and Non-Regulated Jurisdiction Reference List or visit the regulatory agency page on the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) website, or click on a state or agency below.

State*Agency*
AlabamaAlabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
AlaskaAlaska Board of Veterinary Examiners
ArizonaArizona State Veterinary Medical Examining Board
ArkansasArkansas Veterinary Medical Examining Board
CaliforniaCalifornia Veterinary Medical Board
ColoradoColorado Association of Certified Veterinary Technicians
ConnecticutConnecticut Veterinary Technician Association
DelawareDelaware Board of Veterinary Medicine
FloridaFlorida Veterinary Technician Association
GeorgiaGeorgia State Board of Veterinary Medicine
HawaiiHawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
IdahoIdaho Board of Veterinary Medicine
IllinoisIllinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
IndianaIndiana Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
IowaIowa Board of Veterinary Medicine
KansasKansas Board of Veterinary Examiners
KentuckyKentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners
LouisianaLouisiana Board of Veterinary Medicine
MaineMaine Board of Veterinary Medicine
MarylandMaryland State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
MassachusettsMassachusetts Veterinary Technician Association
MichiganMichigan Board of Veterinary Medicine
MinnesotaMinnesota VMA Veterinary Technician Committee
MississippiMississippi Board of Veterinary Medicine
MissouriMissouri Veterinary Medical Board
MontanaMontana (Big Sky) Veterinary Technician Association
NebraskaNebraska Board of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery
NevadaNevada State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
New HampshireNew Hampshire Veterinary Technician Association
New JerseyNew Jersey Veterinary Techs and Asst
New MexicoNew Mexico Board of Veterinary Medicine
New YorkNew York State Board for Veterinary Medicine
North CarolinaNorth Carolina Veterinary Medical Board
North DakotaNorth Dakota Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
OhioOhio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board
OklahomaOklahoma State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
OregonOregon Veterinary Medical Examining Board
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania State Board of Veterinary Medicine
Rhode IslandRhode Island Veterinary Technician Association
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
South DakotaSouth Dakota Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
TennesseeTennessee Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
TexasTexas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
UtahUtah Department of Commerce, Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL)
VermontVermont Veterinary Technician Association
VirginiaVirginia Board of Veterinary Medicine
WashingtonWashington State Veterinary Board of Governors
West VirginiaWest Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine
WisconsinWisconsin Veterinary Examining Board
WyomingWyoming Veterinary Technician Association

Licensure requirements are not available in: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and U.S. Virgin Islands. District of Columbia does not regulate vet techs. VTNE is not required in Puerto Rico.*State: License Finder on CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor
Agency: Provided by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB)


The Certificate in Massage Therapy program does lead to professional licensure, upon passing the MBLEx licensing exam offered by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Board (FSMTB). Licensure is required to practice massage therapy in the state of Utah. The certificate in massage therapy program meets Utah licensure requirements. Relocating could impact whether you meet licensure requirements in another state or territory. Please refer to the Broadview University school catalog for further information on licensure eligibility. For state and territory requirements, please visit the state regulations page on the FSMTB website: www.fsmtb.org/consumer-information/regulated-states/, or click on a state/territory or agency below.

State*Agency*
AlabamaAlabama Board of Massage Therapy
AlaskaAlaska Board of Massage Therapists
ArizonaArizona State Board of Massage Therapy
ArkansasArkansas Department of Health
CaliforniaCalifornia Massage Therapy Council
ColoradoColorado Office of Massage Therapy Licensure
ConnecticutConnecticut Department of Public Health
DelawareDelaware Board of Massage and Bodywork
FloridaFlorida Board of Massage Therapy
GeorgiaGeorgia Board of Massage Therapy
HawaiiHawaii Board of Massage Therapy
IdahoIdaho Board of Massage Therapy
IllinoisIllinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
IndianaIndiana State Board of Massage Therapy
IowaIowa Board of Massage Therapy
KansasLicensure requirements are not currently available
KentuckyKentucky Board of Licensure for Massage Therapy
LouisianaLouisiana Board of Massage Therapy
MaineMaine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation
MarylandMaryland State Board of Massage Therapy Examiners
MassachusettsMassachusetts Board of Registration of Massage Therapy
MichiganMichigan Board of Massage Therapy
MinnesotaLicensure requirements are determined within cities, counties, and municipalities
MississippiMississippi State Board of Massage Therapy
MissouriMissouri Board of Therapeutic Massage
MontanaMontana Board of Massage Therapy
NebraskaNebraska Board of Massage Therapy
NevadaNevada State Board of Massage Therapy
New HampshireNew Hampshire Advisory Board of Massage Therapists
New JerseyNew Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy
New MexicoNew Mexico Massage Therapy Board
New YorkNew York State Board for Massage Therapy
North CarolinaNorth Carolina Board of Massage & Bodywork Therapy
North DakotaNorth Dakota Board of Massage
OhioOhio State Medical Board
OklahomaOklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering
OregonOregon Board of Massage Therapists
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania State Board of Massage Therapy
Rhode IslandRhode Island Department of Health
South CarolinaSouth Carolina Board of Massage/Bodywork Therapy
South DakotaSouth Dakota Board of Massage Therapy
TennesseeTennessee Massage Licensure Board
TexasTexas Department of Licensing and Regulation
UtahUtah Department of Commerce, Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL)
VermontLicensure requirements are not currently available
VirginiaVirginia Board of Nursing
WashingtonWashington State Board of Massage
West VirginiaWest Virginia Massage Therapy Licensure Board
WisconsinWisconsin Massage Therapy and Bodywork Therapy Affiliated Credentialing Board
WyomingLicensure requirements are not currently available
District of ColumbiaDistrict of Columbia Board of Massage Therapy
Puerto RicoJunta Examinadora de Terapeutas de Masaje de Puerto Rico
U.S. Virgin IslandsUS Virgin Islands Department of Health

Licensure requirements are not available in: American Samoa, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands.*State: License Finder on CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor
Agency: Provided by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB)


The Certificate in Muscle Activation Techniques® program does not lead to professional licensure in Utah or any other state. At this time, there is not a recognized state licensure for muscle activation techniques. Please refer to the Broadview University school catalog for further information on entrance requirements, certification and/or licensure eligibility.

The MAT® Modules do not lead to professional licensure in Utah or any other state. At this time, there is not a recognized state licensure for muscle activation techniques. Please refer to the Broadview University school catalog for further information on entrance requirements, certification and/or licensure eligibility.

Contact the Broadview Admissions Office

For more information, please email or call the Admissions Office at 385-501-4803.