Founded in 1937, Kaplan University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association, has several programmatic accreditation, state approvals and licenses and membership to several education bodies.
The University is also accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council, Accrediting Commission.
The University offers on-campus and online degree programs and has several campuses in the USA and also offers degree programs to students from Canada. Some of the programs taught at the University are Technology, Nursing, legal studies, Health Sciences, Education, Criminal Justice, Business and Arts and Sciences.
Kaplan’s Concord School of law is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is authorized to operate as a degree-granting institution in the state of California.
The University participates in several Student Financial Aid Programs and qualified students may be eligible for financial assistance in the form of federal loans, grants, military aid, and work study.
Students may transfer college credits based on prior learning assessment including recognition of credits earned from selected Community Colleges.
The University supports Military service members, veterans and military spouses either by tuition reduction and fees waivers, participation in yellow ribbon program, waiver of technology fees for undergraduates, acceptance of military credits earned through DANTES/CEP exams and many others.
First time students who qualify may access Scholarship opportunities run by the University where students may get scholarships of up to USD 3,000.
The University participates in Title IV federal student loan programs and has a database of various sources of College grants for students.