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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.
Accreditation is a process of validation in which colleges, universities and other institutions of higher learning are evaluated. The standards for accreditation are set by a peer review board whose members include faculty from various accredited colleges and universities. Overall Mission of the College.
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.
Accreditation is important because it: Helps determine if an institution meets or exceeds minimum standards of quality. Helps students determine acceptable institutions for enrollment. Assist institutions in determining acceptability of transfer credits.
Students at institutionally accredited organizations are eligible for federal financial aid, and employers are much more likely to recognize accredited degree programs. Furthermore, having undergone an accreditation process means that the institution meets a high standard of educational quality.
If you are unsure whether a college or university is regionally or nationally accredited, you can look up their current accreditation status on the U.S. Department of Education's online database (USDE).
Check the School's Website. Most accredited educational institutions will have a link to their accreditation status on the bottom or corner of their front page. Check the Accreditation Agency's Website. Check the CHEA or US Department of Education's Website.
Regional Vs National Accreditation. Plain and simple, regional accreditation is not the same as national accreditation. 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.
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