Accreditation

Kean University Faces Loss Of Accreditation

Kean University President Darwood Farahi continues to raise the ire of faculty. Within the last few months Farahi received a vote of “no confidence" by the faculty.

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Local Colleges Courting Mountain State U Students

The Higher Education Policy Commission is reaching out once again to try to assist Mountain State University students with their options about furthering their education.

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Accrediting Agency Warns Virginia Union U

Virginia Union University has been publicly sanctioned by its accrediting agency because of non-compliance with three core financial standards.

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Education Fair Helps Mountain State University Students Figure Out Their Futures

Worried Mountain State University students, fearful of their educational futures since they learned their school was losing its accreditation, searched for options Monday at an education fair.

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UC Riverside Makes Rare Second Attempt To Add Medical School

UC Riverside didn't give up after being denied accreditation for a medical school, and officials hope that new funding will mean students can enroll next year.

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Dickinson State On Notice For Enrollment Problems

A college accrediting agency has put Dickinson State University on notice because of the school's problems with enrollment reporting, grade inflation and tuition discounts.

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Kean University's Troubles Cast Doubt Over Future With OCC

Though Kean University has been placed on academic probation and could lose its standing as an accredited four-year school in just one year, Ocean County College President Jon H. Larson was optimistic Thursday.

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UVa President Meets With Accreditation Agency

University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan is back in the state after traveling to Georgia to meet with officials of an accreditation agency.

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S.F. City College Trustees Try To Calm Fears

A long, bright future is ahead for City College of San Francisco, but it's going to take a lot of hard work to get there.

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State Education Officials To Offer Advising Services To Mountain State U Students In Beckley, Martinsburg

In response to Mountain State University's loss of accreditation by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (Commission) encourages all current and prospective Mountain State University students to examine educational opportunities available in their respective areas.

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