Support and Community
Non-profit universities tend to have more connections to local businesses, firms, and agencies—which is why institutions like Drivon School of Law and Humphreys University have a greater emphasis on community than for-profit colleges. Non-profits also excel academically, with professors having the freedom to design their own courses and tailor them to student needs. This standard of prioritizing student need has an influence on graduation rates—studies show that students will graduate from bachelor’s programs at a higher rate in a non-profit than a for-profit university.
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A Standard of Quality
Drivon School of Law is accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California
Accreditation is important for your future—your financial aid, your credits, and your career could depend on it. When an institution is accredited, it establishes the validity of programs for potential employers, confirms that the standards of quality are being met, and assists in determining transfer credit and financial aid approval.
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