No Fall Semester at Southeastern of DC
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Southeastern University, in Washington, D.C., has lost its accreditation and is not offering courses this fall, The Washington Post reported. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education found that the college lacked academic rigor and was losing its students and faculty members. Southeastern, with a history of serving international and low-income students, was founded in 1879. The university is hoping for a merger with another area college.