Monday, August 1, 2011


A Leading Distance Education Provider Since 1992
In today's uncertain economic environment, you can't afford to choose an untested, unaccredited school. That's why you can feel confident about enrolling at Allied, which is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC).
Many distance education schools come and go, but Allied Schools has been providing quality distance education since 1992. Over the years we've enrolled over 825,000 students, which is a record that very few of our competitors can match.
What Accreditation Means for You
The following FAQs are from the DETC's website. Click here for a complete list of DETC FAQs.
Is the DETC a recognized accrediting body?
The DETC’s Accrediting Commission is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Recognition by ED since 1959 and CHEA and its predecessors since 1973 means that these organizations have determined that DETC meets their respective standards and is regarded as a credible evaluator of institutional and program quality.
What type of accreditation is provided through DETC?
DETC accredits entire institutions and the programs they offer. Since DETC only accredits institutions that offer more than half of their programs through distance learning, the Accrediting Commission’s examining teams are experienced specialists and practitioners who ensure that an institution’s programs and services are designed and delivered appropriately for distance learning.

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Fax: 949-707-5579
International: 949-707-5082
Student Services Toll Free: 888-925-4282

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