Asleep at the Seal

Carey, Kevin
March 2010
Washington Monthly;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 42 Issue 3/4, p26
The author comments on the management flaws at Southeastern University in Washington, D.C. and its accreditor Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools that led to revocation of its accreditation and closure. He says that the accreditor was also responsible because it lacks clout over its members. He alleges that some of the university's officials were accused of corruption, such as diverting school funds into affiliated companies. He adds that the accreditor failed to publicizes its warnings for Southeastern to students who continue to loan.


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