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Glendale University or [1 ] Glenndale University is an unaccredited [2 ] [3 ] online supplier of [4 ] academic degrees.
Glendale's website states that the institution was founded in 1997,
but a [5 ] New York Times reporter who contacted the institution by phone in 2006 was told that it had "been in business" since 1983. [4 ]
Educational authorities in the states of
Oregon and Maine report that Glendale markets itself using the same website as Oakland University, another unaccredited institution. [2 ] [3 ]
Accreditation [ edit ]
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References [ edit ]
^ According to the homepage of the institution this is now the official spelling
^ a b Unaccredited Colleges, Oregon Office of Degree Authorization, accessed August 29, 2011
^ a b Non-Accredited Colleges & Universities List, Maine Department of Education, accessed August 29, 2011
^ a b Christine Lagoria, " Diploma Mill Calling: Continuing Ed Without the Ed", , Sunday, July 30, 2006, Section 4A; Column 2; Education Life Supplement; Pg. 27. The New York Times
^ "About Glendale". Glendale University . Retrieved July 4, 2012.
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