What is the Academic Common Market?
The Academic Common Market enables college students from one SREB state to pursue uncommon degrees in another SREB state at in-state tuition rates. Approximately 2,500 new students participate each year in 1,900 programs at 150 institutions. The program was established in 1974 by SREB to help member states avoid developing and maintaining costly academic programs through sharing resources and the exchange of students across borders at in-state rates.
Alabama Georgia Mississippi Texas
Arkansas Kentucky Oklahoma Virginia
Delaware Louisiana South Carolina West Virginia
Florida Maryland Tennessee
Academic Common Market/Electronic Campus:
The Academic Common Market/Electronic Campus allows students in SREB states to enroll in uncommon online degree programs outside their home states — at in-state tuition rates. Close to 90 degree programs are available, and about 130 students were certified for study during the past year.