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Should We Seek Accreditation?

Posted on | December 3, 2008 | 1 Comment

What benefits of accreditation would be most important to your college?

  • Distribute Federal Student Financial Aid
  • Enable your students to continue their education at other universities
  • Attract more students
  • Win the confidence of potential donors
  • Not only certify your school’s quality, but use the accreditation process to upgrade your school’s quality in many areas

With these and other benefits, the question is not whether your school should seek accreditation.  The proper question is how can we get our college accredited.  Let Agron & Associates, Inc. help you find the answer.  E-mail us at [email protected] to request a free telephone consultation.

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One Response to “Should We Seek Accreditation?”

  1. David Agron Ph.D.
    September 7th, 2011 @ 3:54 pm

    I am looking over old comments at the Accreditation 101 podcast and see your comment that you find information useful on whether your school should seek accreditation. What is your position with that school? Your school is located in what state? How many students do you have? Perhaps I can give you a few useful ideas.

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