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Alabama Commission on Higher Education

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Alabama Commission on Higher Education

The Alabama Commission on Higher Education is the government agency that oversees higher education in the US state of Alabama.

Currently, the state is considered a haven for diploma mills, but the state agencies "are planning to seek new legislation during the upcoming legislative session to better protect consumers, who shouldn't be led to think that a degree from one of these outfits represents anything of value."[1]

Exempted universities

  • Alabama A & M University, Normal Alabama
  • American University of Science and Technology, Huntsville
  • University of Alabama in Huntsville


  1. ^ "Diploma mills affront to state".  

External links

  • Alabama Commission on Higher Education – Official website
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