Paul Quinn, Its Accreditation Revoked, May Switch Accreditors

April 12, 2010

Paul Quinn College, a historically black college in Texas, has declared that it will not let its fight with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools get in the way of its survival. SACS yanked the college's accreditation last year, and while the college is suing over that decision, it wants a back-up as well, since accreditation is essential for the college's students to receive federal aid. So now the college is seeking recognition from another accreditor, the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools, The Dallas Morning News reported.

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