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The World Association of Universities and Colleges
Madison University is fully accredited by the World Association of Universities and Colleges.  The WAUC is a global accreditation association founded to establish and promote global standards in higher education among colleges and universities worldwide. The World Association of Universities and Colleges is a private accrediting body not listed with any government agency or the U.S. Department of Education and is not designed to meet the needs of students intending to use Federal Funds.  For financial aid information click here.

The United States Distance Learning Association
Madison University is a member of the United States Distance Learning Association.  The primary goal of the U.S.D.L.A. is to provide national leadership in the field of distance learning and to promote the use of modern technology to enable students to complete their education and earn their degree. 

US Department of Education
The U.S. Department of Education states; accreditation does not provide automatic acceptance by an institution of credit earned at another institution, nor does it give assurance of acceptance of graduates by employers. Acceptance of students or graduates is always the prerogative of the receiving institution or employer. For these reasons, besides ascertaining the accredited status of a school or program, students should take additional measures to determine, prior to enrollment, whether or not their educational goals will be met through attendance at a particular institution.  It is the responsibility of each student to determine, prior to registration at Madison University, that their degree program or studies, meet admission, employment, or transfer requirements.

Madison University Career Center
Madison University recognizes and accepts its responsibility to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and resources to enable them to make well-informed decisions regarding their education choices.  Please contact us for specific information pertaining to your selected degree program.  Madison University’s degree programs are not designed to meet any particular state or national licensing or credentialing laws, or to meet any requirements established by any private, independent professional associations. If licensing is the objective of a degree program, students are advised to check the requirements of their particular states, school districts, professional associations and agencies for specific licensing protocol.


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