What Makes a College Accredited?

Accreditation is to ensure the education provided by institutions of higher education meets the acceptable levels of quality. There is two accreditations the first one is Regional and the second one is National, both are accrediation but, if your school have Regional accreditation this simply means that the education level of the school is up there with all the top colleges and if you decided to transfer to another college, the college have to accept your credits. If its national other colleges don’t have to accept your credit.