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Bluefield State President Retired After Accreditor’s Critical Report

The president of Bluefield State University retired this month, apparently in the wake of a highly critical report from the...

Zayed University Faces Loss of Middle States Accreditation

Zayed University, in the United Arab Emirates, faces the loss of its U.S. accreditation unless it can show the Middle...
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North Carolina Forces Changes to Accreditation

A new law will require public institutions to change accreditors every cycle. Passed quietly with no debate, the bill follows similar legislation passed in Florida.

Biden Administration Wants Florida Accreditation Lawsuit Tossed

The Biden administration is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from the state of Florida that argues the...
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The First 3-Year Degree Programs Win Approval

BYU-Idaho and Ensign College will launch truncated bachelor’s degree programs next spring after getting the go-ahead from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

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Florida’s Accreditation Shuffle Begins

Education Department approves one Florida college’s application to change accreditors. A new state law—and Ron DeSantis—dictate that Florida’s 39 other public colleges do the same.

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California University on Probation After Tech Firm Acquisition

The University of Antelope Valley’s accreditor cited high leadership turnover and low graduation rates.

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Free Speech Requirements Proposed for Law Schools

The proposal by the accrediting arm of the American Bar Association comes in the wake of multiple incidents of law school students shouting down speakers.