She appeared in court on Wednesday and was granted permission to travel to British Columbia for a film project.
Ms Loughlin and fellow actress Felicity Huffman are among 50 people charged in an alleged criminal enterprise to get their children into top US colleges.
Yale, Stanford and Georgetown were among the universities targeted.
The colleges have not been accused of any wrongdoing and are investigating the matter internally.
Authorities say Ms Loughlin and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, paid $500,000 in bribes to have their two daughters admitted into the University of Southern California (USC) as fake rowing-team recruits.
The accused parents – many of whom are celebrities or CEOs of major companies – allegedly paid a firm up to $6.5m (£4.9m) to cheat on students’ college entrance exams or bribe top coaches to offer fake athletic scholarships for non-athletic students.
Ms Loughlin has been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.Magistrate Judge Steve Kim ordered her to limit her travel to the US and Canada, where she had been filming for work before she was arrested on Wednesday morning.
Mr Giannulli faced the same charges on Tuesday and was forced to put the family’s house up as collateral to pay his $1m bond.
Both their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella, are currently studying at USC and were admitted as rowing-team recruits – but neither actually participates in the sport. The sisters have not been charged.
Fellow celebrity Ms Huffman – who allegedly paid $15,000 to participate in an exam cheating scam – was taken into FBI custody on Tuesday as well, and made to surrender her passport in court.