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Accreditation Can be a Real Heart Attack

All institutions of higher learning must be regionally accredited. The body for that accreditation here in the South, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools,  is notorious for being extra picky. (Some suggest this is due in part to an inferiority complex at being southern.)

Well, we now have proof that the reputation meets reality. During a recent presentation in front of a SACS committee for re-accreditation, an administrator for Victory University had a heart attack.

However, SACS VP Dr. Robin Hoffman administered CPR and (along with others) is credited with saving the administrator’s life. No word on what SACS charged for such services.

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Jason is a graduate of Rhodes College, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Highland Theological College and the University of Aberdeen. Jason works as Scholar-in-Residence and director of Christ College Residency Program at Christ UMC. He's trying to figure out the twitter thing, twitter.com/jasonbhood.