I'm on DEAC's mailing list. The bulk of what they send out is pretty routine. Rarely does an accreditation action get my attention as this one has (though, admittedly, I was equally intrigued when Nations and UPeople became accredited). Some highlights I thought worth sharing: 1. Newly Accredited: Union University of California - offering an M.Div. and an M.A. in Ministry Realtor University - A grad cert and a Master of Real Estate 2. New Programs New Charter is now offering a Master of Science in Education Aspen now has expanded Ed.D. offerings University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences now offers an MHA (note: they are also RA) And lastly, the death rattle (show cause issued) can be heard at: The Antioch School of Church Planting American Business and Technology University The University of Fairfax What's interesting about Fairfax is that their degree offerings consist only of Masters and doctoral programs (and grad certs). So a traditional teach out might not benefit any currently enrolled students the same way that it might for an undergrad degree. Speaking of teach outs, it looks like Allied American University/High School has suspended enrollments and is teaching out its remaining students. I'm guessing their parent company decided to cut off some fingers to try to save the hand.