Voluntary Withdrawal From DEAC Accreditation

In accordance with its procedure for Notification and Information Sharing (Section X), Part II Processes and Procedures, DEAC Accreditation Handbook and 34 Code of Federal Regulations §602.26(e)(1)&(2), within 30 days of receiving notification from an institution of its decision to resign or voluntarily withdraw from accreditation, the Distance Education Accrediting Commission provides written notice to the U.S. Secretary of Education, appropriate state licensing agencies or authorizing agencies, and the appropriate accrediting organizations and, upon request, the public. DEAC posts a notice of the institution’s resignation or voluntary withdraw of accreditation on its website.

Huntington University of Health Sciences
Knoxville, Tennessee
Effective Date of Withdrawal: August 25, 2023

Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Effective Date of Withdrawal: July 31, 2023

Woodmont College
North Miami Beach, Florida
Effective Date of Withdrawal: May 8, 2023

Columbia Southern University
Orange Beach, Alabama
Effective Date of Withdrawal: February 13, 2023

Catholic Distance University
Charles Town, West Virginia
Effective Date of Withdrawal: January 17, 2023