Shiloh University Receives Renewal of Its Accreditation

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Shiloh University received a five-year renewal of its accreditation from the Distance Education Accrediting Commission

Gary Hargrave, Chancellor of Shiloh University, is pleased to announce that the University, an online Bible College and Seminary, has received a five-year renewal of its accreditation by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). DEAC is listed by the United States Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency and is a recognized member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Accreditation by DEAC is a reliable indicator of the value and quality of the University’s distance education programs and services. In receiving renewal of accreditation, Shiloh University continues to demonstrate its commitment to educational standards and ethical business practices that assure quality, accountability, and improvement in higher education. University President, Christopher Reeves stated, “It is our belief that Christian universities should be leaders in quality higher education – meeting and exceeding accreditation standards and practices.” He expressed appreciation for the faculty and staff who have continually worked to provide students with programs of study that are accessible, affordable, and taught from a Christian perspective.

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About Shiloh University

Shiloh University is an online Christian University providing quality undergraduate and seminary programs at an affordable cost. Courses are presented in fifteen-week sessions. Shiloh University was founded in 2006 as an educational ministry of the Living Word Fellowship churches.

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