Posts tagged: Accreditation - Diverse
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Paine College Holding on After Court Ruling

by | October 17, 2018 The future of the private, historically Black institution Paine College in Augusta, Georgia is Read more

Brookdale Community College at Risk of Losing Accreditation

by | October 15, 2018
Brookdale Community College has until March 1 to show the Middle States Commission on Higher Ed [...] Read more

The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in Jeopardy of Losing Accreditation

by | August 21, 2018
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh is in jeopardy of losing accreditation in November, if the inst [...] Read more

Saint Augustine University Dismisses Reports of Possible Closure

by Sammy G. Allen | August 8, 2018
Despite a recent leak of "confidential documents" signaling that the HBCU in Raleigh may close [...] Read more

Signs of Hope for Knoxville College

by | May 23, 2018
Knoxville College is set to begin enrolling students again following a vote last week from the [...] Read more

College of St. Joseph in Danger of Losing Accreditation

by Associated Press | May 16, 2018
RUTLAND, Vt. A small, private Vermont college is in danger of losing its accreditation. The Rut [...] Read more

Accreditation Council Discusses ‘New Normal’ at Annual Conference

by Bijan C. Bayne | January 30, 2018
Educators, legislators, and others attending the annual conference of the Council for Higher Ed [...] Read more

SACSCOC Places Johnson C. Smith University on Probation

by Reginald Stuart | December 6, 2017
Johnson C. Smith University, the small private 150-year-old liberal arts institution in Charlot [...] Read more

After Accreditation Success, Experts and Advocates Optimistic About Cheyney

by | November 19, 2017
The nation’s oldest HBCU avoided a potentially fatal blow on Friday after a regional accredit [...] Read more

Unaccredited and Undeterred: Morris Brown Seeks Turnaround

by Gia Savage | August 16, 2017
Morris Brown College, a historically Black institution in Atlanta, Georgia, lost its accreditat [...] Read more

Morris Brown Appoints 4 New Board Members

by Gia Savage | August 2, 2017
Morris Brown College, a historically Black college in Atlanta, has appointed four new members t [...] Read more

Experts: Accreditation Process Can Be ‘Catalyst for Innovation’

by Catherine Morris | July 10, 2017
Innovation and accreditation do not have to be at odds, Dr. Barbara Gellman-Danley, president o [...] Read more

Tremors of Controversy Rock Southern University

by Reginald Stuart | July 2, 2017
Administration and alumni officials at Louisiana’s Southern University have gone into a major [...] Read more

Illinois Universities in Jeopardy of Losing Accreditation

by Associated Press | June 28, 2017
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The state budget impasse could affect the accreditation of Illinois unive [...] Read more

Mississippi’s Largest Community College Warned by Accreditor

by Associated Press | June 25, 2017
JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi’s largest community college has been put on warning by its acc [...] Read more
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