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List of unaccredited institutions of higher learning

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Revisions and sourced additions are welcome. Due to the dynamic nature of many unaccredited institutions, there can never be a complete list of unaccredited institutions. Therefore one cannot draw conclusions regarding the status of an institution based on not finding it in this list.

This article lists colleges, seminaries, and universities lacking accreditation. Degrees or other qualifications from unaccredited institutions may not be accepted by civil service or other employers. Some of these institutions are no longer in operation. Several unaccredited universities have names chosen because they are similar to those of accredited institutions or falsely imply that it is a public university.

Institutions that appear on this list are those that grant post-secondary degrees but are listed as unaccredited by a reliable source.

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  1. ^ State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: Academy of Natural Therapies
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Institutions Whose Degrees are Illegal to Use in Texas. Under Texas law "fraudulent or substandard degrees" are degrees conferred in Texas in violation of the Texas Education Code, conferred in another state in violation of that state's laws, conferred in another state by an institution not accredited by an accreditor recognized in Texas, or conferred outside the United States by an institution that the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board determines is not the equivalent of an accredited or authorized degree.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q State of Michigan, Colleges and universities not accredited by an accrediting body of the Council on Higher Education Accreditation
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an Oregon Office of Degree Authorization, Unaccredited Colleges
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Maine Department of Higher Education, Non-Accredited Colleges & Universities List
  6. ^ a b c d Information about some degree-granting institutions not accredited by CHEA-recognized organizations, Oregon Office of Degree Authorization, 2004-2006.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k [United States Distance Learning Association list of the accreditation status of its members and affiliates
  8. ^ Tie to illegal degrees doesn't block Wyo. school licensing, Casper Star Tribune, March 12, 2005.
  9. ^ Diploma mills provide phony credentials, By Helena Andrews, The Capital Times/Medill News Service, February 14, 2005
  10. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuit: American National University
  11. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Press release: Pacific Western University (Hawaii) aka American PacWest International University, May 19, 2006
  12. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuit: American State University
  13. ^ Pakistan Higher Education Commission, Public Alert on Substandard Private Universities
  14. ^ State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: American University of Hawaii
  15. ^ University Grants Commission, India, Fake Universities Mal Practices Alert
  16. ^ Bartlett, Thomas and Scott Smallwood (2004). "Maxine Asher Has a Degree for You" (http). The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved on 22 June, 2007.
  17. ^ Atlantic International University website states that the school is incorporated in the U.S. state of Hawaii and has "private accreditation" through an entity "not regulated or approved by the US Department of Education."
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i University Grants Commission, India, List of fake universities (as on August 24, 2006)
  19. ^ PCUSA, Presbyterian News Service, Barber-Scotia College loses accreditation, July 23, 2004
  20. ^ Alabama threatens to pull university license, South Florida Business Journal, October 27, 2000
  21. ^ a b Craig Malisow, First-Degree Fraud, Houston Press, July 20, 2006
  22. ^ The Bible Doctrine Institute handbook
  23. ^ a b c d e Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation, Non-approved entities (accessed June 23, 2007)
  24. ^ Clay Risen, The Scourge of Fake Diplomas, The New Republic, 01.23.06.
  25. ^ DCs Lured to Foreign Medical School, Dynamic Chiropractic, January 1, 1993, Volume 11, Issue 01
  26. ^ 'Fake doctor factory' awards degrees, BBC News, 26 November, 2000
  27. ^ INFORMATION ABOUT IIAA ACCREDITATION (2005-2007). Retrieved on 2007-07-17. This is Calamus' own page, disclaiming any accreditation.
  28. ^ The California Board of Psychology. Unaccredited California Approved Schools: A History and Current Status Report. Government, State of California. Retrieved 6 July 2007.
  29. ^ Calvary Chapel Bible College Accreditation
  30. ^ Jackie Harrison-Martin, Online degree decision pleases district officials, The News-Herald, Southgate, Michigan, July 2, 2006.
  31. ^ Recognised bodies listed by DfEE, retrieved 24 May 2007
  32. ^ Fighting Credential Fraud - World Education News & Reviews website, retrieved 24 May 2007
  33. ^ Carnevale, Dan (2004), "Don't Judge a College by Its Internet Address", The Chronicle of Higher Education 51 (4): A29
  34. ^ Christ for the Nations Institute website: Accreditation (accessed July 7, 2007)
  35. ^ Adam Jones, State’s diploma mills draw academic ire. Tuscaloosa News, Feb. 11, 2007
  36. ^ http://www.coltonuniversity.org/pages/legal.htm "Colton State University is not accredited by an agency recognized by the United States Secretary of Education."
  37. ^ a b States probe teachers' uses of bogus advanced degrees, USA Today, 5/4/2004.
  38. ^ According to its website, the college has not sought accreditation and does not accept direct federal funds.Crown College Admissions FAQ (accessed June 14, 2007)
  39. ^ Registrars’ Group Takes On Diploma Mills, Inside Higher Ed, February 10, 2006.
  40. ^ Diploma mills offer degrees for a price and not much else, The East Carolinian, September 30, 2004
  41. ^ Stephen Barrett, MD. Questionable Organizations: An Overview. Quackwatch. Retrieved on 2007-02-12.
  42. ^ a b c d e Confederation of University Faculty Associations of British Columbia, Who is operating illegally in BC?, updated 28 March 2007, accessed July 15, 2007
  43. ^ Harry Browne, "'Irish' university is mobile phoney," The Irish Times.
  44. ^ Golden State School of Theology FAQ
  45. ^ "Alert on Greenwich University", Australian Department of Education, 2002. Retrieved on 2007-06-24.
  46. ^ CBS News, 60 Minutes II, Diplomas For Sale, Nov. 10, 2004.
  47. ^ German Press Agency, "US university sues dead Singapore agent," October 15, 2006
  48. ^ The Five Churches, by Jack Hyles; founder Jack Hyles asserted that the college remains unaccredited because the government would "take away our freedom."
  49. ^ Steve Rock, Unaccredited school in Grandview offers degrees of uncertainty, The Kansas City Star, July 14, 2007
  50. ^ IOND University website
  51. ^ State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: Kensington University
  52. ^ Associated Press, Cheyenne police chief defends distance-learning degree, April 23, 2005.
  53. ^ Dr. Jihad: The crusading life of Islam ‘expert’ Robert Morey (page 1) Orange County Weekly March 2, 2006
  54. ^ Jan Colley, Hypnotist McKenna sues over degree claim, The Scotsman, 11 July 2006.
  55. ^ Michael Horsnell, McKenna sues over claim he bought PhD, The Times, 11 July 2006.
  56. ^ a b Diploma Mills Represent Security Threat to United States December 15, 2005 CNN, Paula Zahn Now
  57. ^ Sean Coughlan, College trading standards probe, BBC News, 8 June, 2004.
  58. ^ Cited by Times Higher Education Supplement, Sept 8 2006 "College above discount shop dashes hopes"
  59. ^ BBC News, 'Fake doctor factory' awards degrees, 26 November 2000.
  60. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: Monticello University
  61. ^ College's Ex-President Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Washington Post, May 2, 2006
  62. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: Pacific Southern University
  63. ^ PBU website (Accessed June 23, 2007)
  64. ^ Nowhere identified as accredited. Promotional item on page 7 of Bible Believer's Bulletin, Vol. 31 No. 6, June 2007, a newsletter published by PBI head Peter Ruckman states, "Some hidden nuggets from the King James that you are not going to be taught in any accredited school," indicating Ruckman's attitude toward educational accreditation.
  65. ^ Thomas Bartlett, A College That's Strictly Different: Secretive Pensacola Christian controls student life with tough regulations and unwritten rules, The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 24, 2006
  66. ^ Gruver, Mead. "New law prompts online school changes", Associated Press, March 15, 2007. Retrieved on 2007-03-13.
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  69. ^ Urgent Disclaimer on the illegal establishment and recognition of higher education institutions in the Republic of Liberia The Embassy of Liberia, 2004.
  70. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: South Pacific University
  71. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: Stanton University
  72. ^ Abbie Vansickle, Deputy keeps job, not diploma, St. Petersburg Times, October 21, 2006
  73. ^ Texas Court Reinstates $173,000 Fine Against 'Seminary', Christianity Today, July 2003
  74. ^ Grant, Tim. "Judge shuts down Erie 'diploma mill'", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 08, 2005. Retrieved on 2007-07-20.
  75. ^ "Judge Lets Diploma Mill Stay in Business", University Business, 2007. Retrieved on 2007-01-20.
  76. ^ The University of Spam, The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 25, 2004
  77. ^ Considerations about accreditation, University of the Nations website (states that the school lacks accreditation and provides several justifications for this situation).
  78. ^ State of Hawaii Department of commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: University of Northern Washington
  79. ^ VIU Authorization
  80. ^ State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Civil Enforcement Lawsuits: Washington International University
  81. ^ WCBC website page on Accreditation: Liberal Arts Studies and the Local Church Bible College
  82. ^ UGC asked to sue West Coast University of Panama, The Daily Newspaper, Dhaka, April 17, 2007
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