The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that the Minnesota attorney general has settled a dispute with Herzing University relating to lack of accreditation over the for-profit school's associate degree program in clinical medical assisting.  According to the Chronicle, "Under the settlement, Herzing must disclose to students the accreditation status of programs it offers in the state, including in advertisements and on its website. The settlement also offers students who enrolled in the unaccredited program options for obtaining certain types of refunds."


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