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Regional accreditation vs. national accreditation Regionally accredited institutions are usually academically oriented, state-owned or non-profit private institutions. Nationally accredited schools are usually career-oriented and for profit.
The main difference between the two is that credits earned from institutions that are regionally accredited are more widely accepted and thus more easily transferable. ... Most non-profit colleges have regional accreditation, not national accreditation.
Typically, nationally-accredited schools will accept credits from both regionally- and nationally-accredited schools. Credits are not transferable to a regionally-accredited college. Employers do accept nationally accredited degrees, but graduates are not always eligible for corporate tuition reimbursement plans.
Harvard is regionally accredited by NEASC | New England Association of Schools and Colleges. National accreditation is only for vocational and (some) religious schools.
In the United States, the most widely recognized form of university accreditation comes from the regional accreditation boards. Harvard University is regionally accredited.
Regional accreditation ensures that an institution's academic program meets acceptable levels of quality. Institutions must be accredited by a federally recognized accrediting agency to qualify for participation in federal financial aid programs that provide low cost loans to students.
Search the U.S. Department of Education Database. Within the website for the United States Department of Education, there is a Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs. ... Check the Six Main Regional Accrediting Agencies. ... Contact the Online College or University Directly.
Search the U.S. Department of Education Database. Within the website for the United States Department of Education, there is a Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs. ... Check the Six Main Regional Accrediting Agencies. ... Contact the Online College or University Directly.
Regional accreditation vs. national accreditation Regionally accredited institutions are usually academically oriented, state-owned or non-profit private institutions. Nationally accredited schools are usually career-oriented and for profit.
The answer depends on your educational goals. If you want to pursue a career that requires an academic degree, then you may want to attend a regionally accredited school. On the other hand, if you are more interested in a vocational or technical program, a nationally accredited institution may be the better fit.
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