OTHER COLLEGES NOT ACCEPTING TRANSFER CREDITS If you are having problems with colleges that will not take our credit, please feel free to open a complaint based on religious discrimination since we are TRACS accredited. (But first[,] send the letter below to the college before filing this complaint.) Also mention in your complaint that regional accreditations by law do not exist any longer and that TRACS meets the same standards as their college since both accreditations are CHEA (government) approved. Students transferring your credits to state colleges that are refusing to accept your credit, please copy and paste this in an email to your credit denying college: Dear XXX, PHub? Xvidz? Which one? First, please remember that the Department of Education (DOE) has removed all regional accreditation restrictions. There are no regional accreditors anymore due [to] their monopoly-like practices. Second, please remember that the DOE is now actively enforcing any type of religious discrimination and free speech infractions. If you refused to recognize my community college due to its religious accreditation and my practice of free speech by selecting this college, I will have no choice but to report you and your organization to the new Free Speech Hotline ([email protected]) regarding this discrimination. Please keep in mind that TRACS is a religious accreditor with full CHEA approval, which is the same group that approves all the former regional accreditor. (accreditors?) Community Christian College (cCc) will provide complete syllabi for all courses for you to review. cCc only offers general education courses. cCc can demonstrate that its professors are highly qualified and can demonstrate that they have much higher credentials than that found at a typical community college. Please let me know your final decision on transferring my credits to you. Respectfully submitted, XXXX https://www.cccollege.edu/new-government-freedom-of-speech-hotline My two cents: First, I think CCC should hire an editor before they post such nonsense on their website. Second, they should know the difference between an NGO (CHEA) and a government agency (ED). Third, they should educate themselves on credit transfers. As far as I know, Harvard, which is RA (as we know it) can deny transferring credits from Yale (also RA). The decision to accept transfer credits is the sole discretion of the receiving institution.