St. Bonaventure University


Any institution operating under National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) policies that offers courses or programs potentially leading to professional licensure must keep all students, applicants and potential students who have contacted the institution about the course or program informed as to whether successful completion of such offerings will meet state licensing requirements.

Additional information can be found here:

Complaint procedures

For all types of complaints concerning colleges and universities in New York state, the first course of action must be to try to resolve the complaint directly with the administration of the college or university involved.

Information about addressing complaints and concerns with St. Bonaventure University is available on our Conduct Issues & Complaints page. The complaint process should begin with the institution and if a complaint is not resolved, it may be appealed to the New York State SARA Portal Entity:

Professional licensing program disclosures

The Counseling program is the only St. Bonaventure University online program that leads to certificate or licensure that is offered to non-NY state residents. All other online programs leading to certificate or licensure are only available to NY state residents.

A state-by-state guide to help you determine whether completion of a St. Bonaventure counseling program results in licensure elsewhere, and links to additional information.