Though the college is quite legitimate and in accord with the regulations established and required by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, neither the college nor its degrees are currently accredited.
We spent ten years achieving accreditation and following the guidelines then operating prescribed by the Accrediting Agency for Distance Education before we chose to sever that connection for reasons entirely apart from the quality of the education we offer. Read a more thorough account of our history here.
Many non-accredited institutions are justifiably considered diploma mills, meaning their business is delivering diplomas the students have paid for but haven’t in any other way earned. To label Perelandra College as such would be dreadfully inaccurate. Our programs require dedication. Our degrees are hard-earned and exceedingly worthy of the honor they bestow.