Accredited Colleges and Universities in the US

The United States government does not regulate the quality of educational programs offered at colleges and universities. There are several different accrediting organizations in the US, and universities and colleges may be accredited by just one or by a few. It is very important to choose a school, college or university that has been accredited by a proper accrediting organization.

Also, individual programs (such as the engineering program) at universities and colleges can be accredited by a professional organization that is specialized in that discipline. Almost all reputable universities, colleges, and schools in the U.S. are accredited by one of the accrediting organizations listed below.

Some of the best Accredited Colleges and Universities in the US (United States) are following:
Albertus Magnus College
Boise State University
Brigham Young University–Idaho
Central Connecticut State University
Charter Oak State College
Connecticut College
Eastern Connecticut State University
Eastern Illinois University
East-West University
Edward Waters College
Ellis University
Elmhurst College
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Erikson Institute
Eureka College
Everglades University
Fairfield University
Flagler College
Florida Christian College
Florida College
Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences
Florida Institute of Technology
Florida Memorial University
Florida Metropolitan University
Florida Southern College
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Governors State University
Greenville College
Hartford Seminary
Holy Apostles College & Seminary
Idaho State University
Lewis-Clark State College
Lincoln College of New England
Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts
Northwest Nazarene University
Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies
The College of Idaho
Trinity Christian College
Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Trinity International University
University of Chicago
University of Idaho
University of Illinois System

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