Laurel College FAQ
Laurel College is a private consortium founded by a group of non-denominational religious organizations specifically to provide honors degrees to their members and affiliates.
The honors degrees are based on quantifiable work and life experience, not on classroom education. Through previous legal decisions, such honors degrees are permitted because they are granted by a private consortium – thus, by law, accreditation is not required.
However, by their nature, this type of honors degree cannot be granted for specialized fields such as medicine, engineering, law, or in any field that leads to or requires specific professional licensing.
Current or potential employers may contact us at any time to verify your degree.