Immigration and Custom Enforcement’s (ICE) Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) recently released its quarterly SEVP Spotlight. In the Spotlight was an article from ICE’s Homeland Security and Investigation’s (HSI) Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit (CTCEU) reminding schools about their responsibilities in the F-1 program regarding online and distance learning. In January 2010, SEVP issued a Notice of Intent to Withdraw (NOIW) from the SEVIS program to Tri-Valley State University in part because it alleged that the University was not complying with the F-1 regulations regarding online and distance learning . In the Spotlight, the CTCEU reminds school administrators and officials to review 8 CFR 214.2 (f) and (m) which outlines the limitations of online and distance learning for F-1 students, even if such learning is offered to non-F-1 students. By highlighting this in the Spotlight, it is assumed that the CTCEU will be more aggressively reviewing schools use of online and distance learning in the F-1 program. However, if a school receives a NOIW on this issue, it should thoroughly review whether ICE is correctly interpreting the regulation as it applies to the school’s offerings.