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Despite Controversial Decision, The King’s College Receives Accreditation

July 31, 2005 -- On July 21 the State of New York Board of Regents voted to extend accreditation to The King's College for five-years. This vote came after the unanimous recommendation by the Regents’ Advisory Council.

 “  We were confident that The King’s College’s academic rigor, quality faculty and talented students would be vindicated through this proces...  
The King's College has been fighting for its survival since March when the Board of Regents extended The King's College accreditation for one year, instead of the expected five-years. This unanticipated decision went against the recommendation of the Regents’ Advisory Board based on a thorough, multi-step review of the college.

“We were confident that The King’s College’s academic rigor, quality faculty and talented students would be vindicated through this process,” said, Stan Oakes, President of The King’s College. “I am filled with thankfulness to God for being faithful and gracious to the college.”

In December 2004, The King's College underwent the mandatory renewal process to receive accreditation through the State of New York Board of Regents. With this evaluation complete and the recommendation from the Regents’ Advisory Board, The King's College expected the Board of Regents to grant the college a five-year renewal of its accreditation. However, when the Regents began to vote, questions where raised and five-years became one-year.

Following the Regent’s vote in March, another site visit was conducted by the New York State Department of Education
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 on May 25. As a result of the visit, the Regents’ Advisory Council again voted unanimously to recommend The King's College for five-years to the Board of Regents; thus leading to the five-year extension of the college’s accreditation.

For additional information on The King's College accreditation, contact Kathy Leedy or visit www.tkc.edu.

Through its commitment to the truths of Christianity and a Biblical worldview, The King’s College seeks to prepare students for careers in which they will help to shape and eventually to lead strategic public and private institutions: to improve government, commerce, law, the media, civil society, education
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, the arts and the church.

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Amanda Peters
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