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Did you ever figure this out? Also, which accreditation service did you go with if needed? 

 

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12 hours ago, Anawa said:

Did you ever figure this out? Also, which accreditation service did you go with if needed? 

 

Thanks!

Hey! I emailed admissions and they said there's no need. 

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