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CHAFIN: Bennett has been fighting the accreditation battle since 2016, when it was put on probation due to a lack of financial resources. The school has struggled with declining enrollment, and as a private institution, it's heavily dependent on incoming tuition.
Bennett College on the verge of losing accreditation. Bennett College, one of only two historically black colleges for women, again is facing loss of accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
High Point University announced Friday it is standing with Bennett with a gift of $1 million. This is the biggest donation Bennett has received since it began its aggressive fundraising effort two months ago in an effort to hold onto its accreditation.
Because the vast majority of Bennett students receive federal grants and loans, a loss of accreditation could make it impossible for the college to function. Bennett is a small, historically black women's college -- one of two such colleges in the country.
Bennett College on the verge of losing accreditation. Bennett College, one of only two historically black colleges for women, again is facing loss of accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
What happens after a school loses accreditation. In many cases, a loss of accreditation will force the college or university to close its doors. This is because the school will no longer be eligible to receive federal and state financial aid, which is a significant source of funding for many schools.
What happens after a school loses accreditation. In many cases, a loss of accreditation will force the college or university to close its doors. This is because the school will no longer be eligible to receive federal and state financial aid, which is a significant source of funding for many schools.
In many cases, a loss of accreditation will force the college or university to close its doors. This is because the school will no longer be eligible to receive federal and state financial aid, which is a significant source of funding for many schools.
Being accredited means having to follow rules, standards, common practices. Some colleges don't want to let outside organizations restrict what they can do. ... If these colleges only train people for specific jobs where employers won't require an accredited degree, they may not see a benefit in earning accreditation.
When a school loses their accreditation, they will lose out on federal and state funding. In addition, a college or university may not recognize a diploma or credits from an unaccredited high school. ... According to Pew Research Center, a state is unlikely to take over a school district or school that loses accreditation.
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