A free RA school, to be? From them: "In addition [to DEAC], UoPeople received WASC accreditation eligibility! What does WASC Accreditation Eligibility mean? The WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) is a regional accrediting agency. University of the People has applied for Eligibility to become accredited by their commission. WSCUC reviewed UoPeople’s eligibility application and determined that the institution is eligible to proceed with an Application for Accreditation. A determination of Eligibility is not a formal status with the WASC Senior College and University Commission, nor does it ensure eventual accreditation. It is a preliminary finding that the institution is potentially accreditable and can proceed within five years of its Eligibility determination to be reviewed for Candidacy or Initial Accreditation status with the Commission. Questions about Eligibility may be directed to the institution or to WSCUC at https://www.wscuc.org/contact or (510) 748-9001." Q: They do have fees. They are low, but will they raise them upon RA? Q2: Will credits earned pre-RA be considered RA if the diploma was awarded post RA? In other words, if I start now will I have a completely RA diploma five years from now, assuming RA at graduation? I would think so, but...technically...I'm not sure. I'm not an HR person but a sharp one might parse this out? Would a grad school parse this?