- Dickinson State University has received notice from the Higher Learning Commission of Chicago on Friday that enrollment reporting problems, grade inflation issues and tuition discounts may threaten its accreditation status.
- Dickinson President D.C. Coston will be required to submit a report detailing how problems will be solved by early next year.
- An audit recently indicated that the school had padded its enrollment figures and given diplomas to Chinese students who had not met proper requirements.
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A college accrediting agency has put Dickinson State University on notice because of the school's problems with enrollment reporting, grade inflation and tuition discounts. ...