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What happens to the students if a university becomes unaccredited?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 17:11
No, they have been given warnings and will have a year to reach compliance in order to retain their accreditation. That should be easier for Hampden-Sydney than Norfolk State, which has multiple violations to correct. http://www.timesdispatch.com/news/local/education/college/hampden-sydney-nsu-placed-on-warning/article_f47f1b31-e600-5ade-b302-d9cdd15b373e.html
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 18:26
Not much happens to current students. The point of accreditation is to be able to tell prospective students that they can expect a quality education. Not being accredited makes it harder to attract new students. There are other advantages for the university, but even if these schools lost their accreditation, life would go on, their students would graduate and be able to say they have degrees.

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