Professional Licensure Disclosures

Professional Licensure Disclosures

Under 34 CFR Sec. 668.43, federal regulations have been adopted requiring disclosure for professional programs regardless of the mode of delivery (face-to-face and distance education programs). Institutions are required, by this regulation to determine the states in which a student and prospective student are located for the purpose of disclosing state-specific professional licensure information to students based on the state in which a student is located.

Prospective and current students interested in pursuing professional licensure after graduation can consult the information below:


School of Arts and Sciences

JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing and Health Professions

School of Professional and Graduate Studies

Education Programs

Alverno College offers 30 programs that lead to licensure under the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Alverno endorses individuals for initial, advanced, and supplementary licenses dependent upon the program. You must pass The Praxis® Tests to demonstrate contact knowledge in the area in which you are seeking licensure. Some programs also require the Wisconsin Foundations of Reading Test (FORT). Alverno also uses the edTPA.