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Alliance University, a private nonprofit Christian institution in New York, has been ordered by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education to show within a month why the institution should not lose its accreditation, citing a slew of financial and other problems.

The letter from Middle States says that by April 14, Alliance, which had 1,861 students in fall 2021 according to Education Department data, must provide evidence that it “is in compliance with the commission's standards for accreditation, requirements of affiliation, policies and procedures, and applicable federal regulatory requirements.” Middle States cited a long list of problems at the institution, including inadequate financial resources, and required a teach-out plan.