Accreditation

Four Coursera Online Classes Are Deemed Worthy Of College Credit

The American Council on Education's decision is viewed as as a reputation and financial boost for the emerging industry of massive open online courses.

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City College's New Divide

After the good news of Prop. A’s passage, CCSF discovered it wasn’t on track to meet its required enrollment numbers

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University Of Virginia Warned After Failed Ouster

The University of Virginia was put on warning today by an accrediting panel that examined the Board of Visitors' failed attempt to oust the prestigious public school's president this summer.

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FAMU Placed On Probation By Accrediting Agency

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools launched probe after hazing death

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Professor Files Complaint With Accrediting Agency Against LSU

LSU Faculty Senate president Kevin Cope is challenging the consolidation of LSU's top leadership positions and the reorganization of the university's system. Cope has filed a formal complaint with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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Accrediting Panel To Review U.Va.'s Status

An accrediting panel has questions about the University of Virginia stemming from the Board of Visitors' failed attempt to oust President Teresa Sullivan.

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City College Of San Francisco To Unveil Blueprint For Survival

California's largest community college responds to findings this summer by an accrediting commission that placed its future in jeopardy.

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Middle States Reaccreditation Team Applauds University Of Pittsburgh In Report

An evaluation team representing the Middle States Commission on Higher Education got to see firsthand how University of Pittsburgh officials planned and assessed emergency situations.

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