The University of North Georgia (UNG) is compliant with this federal requirement.  UNG offers no correspondence education, but does offer both degree programs and courses via distance education. Totally online and hybrid courses are supported by the institutiton’s course management platform, Desire 2 Learn, which is known as eLearning. UNG uses Kerberos authentication for eLearning access. Kerberos is a system that allows students to use the same UNG user name and password that is used to access their student records in order to access eLearning. All information is pulled from Banner, which requires that a student must first apply and be accepted before registering for an online course. ELearning is hosted on a secure (https) server by the University System of Georgia Information Technology Services. If changes are made to student enrollment, the change must be made verified through Banner first.  In addition, the UNG Online Instruction policy [1](section 4.3.2 in Faculty Handbook) requires that at least one proctored activity worth a minimum of ten percent be given in each undergraduate online course. 

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