1. Q. What is accreditation?

Ans. Accreditation is a process of external quality review used by higher education to scrutinize colleges, universities, and educational programs for quality assurance and quality improvement.

2. Q. Who accredits institutions and programs?

Ans. In the U.S., accreditation is carried out by private, nonprofit organizations designed for this purpose.

3. Q. Are there different types of accrediting organizations?

Ans. Yes, there are three: • Regional accrediting organizations operate in six different regions of the country and review entire institutions, 98 percent or more of which are both degree-granting and nonprofit. Regional organizations may also accredit non-degree, for-profit institutions, but this is a rare occurrence. • National accrediting organizations operate throughout the country and review entire institutions. Of the nationally accredited institutions, 34.8 percent are degree-granting and 65.1 percent are non degree- granting. 20.4 percent are nonprofit and 79.5 percent are for profit. Many are single purpose institutions focused on a specific mission such as education in information technology or business. Some are faith based. • Specialized accrediting organizations also operate throughout the country and review programs and some single-purpose institutions. There are more than 17,600 of these accredited programs and single purpose operations.

Kingdom Life Christian University is currently registered with the department of education of Florida. Kingdom Christian University is member of the following bodies Apostolic Council on Biblical Education(ACBE) United Nations Academic Impact(UNAI) Kingdom Life Christian University is a member/accredited by The Council of Private Colleges of America. UNAIcertificateKingdomLifeChristianUniversity2016.pdf