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Kean University Officials Vow To Keep School's Accreditation

While students staged a mock funeral for their school outside, Kean University’s president and trustees held an emergency meeting Monday where they vowed to do "everything in their power" to help the institution keep its accreditation.

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Kean University President Takes Issue With Accrediting Agency's Probation Decision

Kean University’s president lashed out Wednesday at the higher education accrediting agency that has placed his school on probation after claiming it failed to meet academic standards.

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City College Of San Francisco On Brink Of Closure

The poorly run City College of San Francisco has eight months to prove it should stay in business, yet must "make preparations for closure," evaluators ordered Tuesday.

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Baltimore City Community College Has Been Removed From Probation

Middle States Commission said it has made progress in assessing student performance

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City College Accreditation In Jeopardy, Report Says

As California cut millions from community colleges in recent years, City College of San Francisco dipped deeply into reserve funds to keep itself afloat.

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Our Lady Of Holy Cross College No Longer On Probation

Our Lady of Holy Cross College, the Algiers school that had faced the loss of its accreditation after its president and board of trustees were fired last year via email, today was removed from probationary status by the regional organization that certifies schools' academic credentials.

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Oikos' Nursing Program Put On State Probation

A small vocational nursing program in Oakland that lost six students in a campus massacre last month is now facing a separate challenge, with state officials placing the program on a form of probation.

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Va. To Pay $2.4M To Settle Nursing Students' Fraud Suit

The state will pay 73 former Virginia Western Community College nursing students a total of $2.4 million to settle a fraud lawsuit.

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St. Peter's College In Jersey City Approved For University Designation

Shortly after applying for university status, St. Peter's College has received word from New Jersey's Secretary of Higher Education.

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Dickinson State University President Says Audit Issues Being Worked On

Dickinson State University is taking numerous steps to address academic integrity issues recently identified by state auditors, the school's president said.

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