In accordance with its procedure for Notification and Information Sharing (Section X, Process and Procedures, DEAC Accreditation Handbook) and 34 Code of Federal Regulations Ā§602.26(b)(1), the DEAC Accrediting Commission will provide written notice to the U.S. Secretary of Education, the appropriate state licensing or authorizing agencies, and the appropriate accrediting agencies, at the same time it notifies the institution of the show cause directive decision, but no later than 30 days after the Commission makes a decision to place an institution on Show Cause. The Accrediting Commission provides this notice to the public on its website.

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At a June 19, 2020, meeting, the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC or the Commission) took action to continue to direct the institution to show cause as to why accreditation should not be withdrawn. Click here to view the accreditation standards that are the subject of the Show Cause Order.

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