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Saint Augustine’s President Fired, Accreditation Stripped

Christine McPhail’s dismissal follows recent friction with the board. Trustees have now hired an acting president and are trying to save SAU’s accreditation.

AAUP: DeSantis’s Florida Part of ‘Assault on Democracy Worldwide’

The American Association of University Professors released a report today saying Ron DeSantis’s words and actions “come from the same...

Golden Gate University Law School Ends J.D. Offerings

Golden Gate University will cease offering a juris doctor program, though its law school will not shut down altogether and...
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Biden Administration to Take Another Swing at Accreditation Rules

Negotiations next spring will address state authorization and the definition of distance education but won’t consider use of third-party servicers.

NE Iowa Community College President Contests His Dismissal

Northeast Iowa Community College has fired President Herbert Riedel over “performance-related” concerns, according to a statement on the college’s website...

Bluefield State President Retired After Accreditor’s Critical Report

The president of Bluefield State University retired this month, apparently in the wake of a highly critical report from the...

Zayed University Faces Loss of Middle States Accreditation

Zayed University, in the United Arab Emirates, faces the loss of its U.S. accreditation unless it can show the Middle...
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North Carolina Forces Changes to Accreditation

A new law will require public institutions to change accreditors every cycle. Passed quietly with no debate, the bill follows similar legislation passed in Florida.