The Center for Excellence in Higher Education operates a few nationally accredited colleges including Stevens-Henager College (Utah & Idaho) CollegeAmerica (Arizona, Colorado & Wyoming) California College San Diego (California) Independence University (fully online) I had applied to work at IU a few times to break into higher education (I don't want to be a Professor but I'd love to work in educational administration and help give students the tools they need to succeed.) This article goes into why that would have been a bad idea: https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/education-postsecondary/reports/2021/06/03/500199/college-accrediting-agency-failed-protect-students-decade-fraud/ Thank goodness they never called. Anyway, the point of the post: what becomes of the schools with ACCSC accreditation now that they are no longer recognized? Is it still valid until the next accrediting period? Do you think these schools will all fold? I'm curious what people's thoughts are.