The mission of the American Denturist School is to provide an exceptional education with a superior level of academic and technical education through distance modes of delivery, preparing students for immediate success and productivity in the workforce, for continuing formal education, and for lifelong learning.
We are accredited by the DEAC (Distance Education Accrediting Commission- www.deac.org), A nationally recognized accrediting body by the United states Department of Education (https://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (www.chea.org)
Accreditation is the review of the quality of education offered by an institution or program. In the United States, accreditation is the primary way that students, families, the public, and government officials know that an institution provides a quality education. When you graduate form the American Denturist College, you know that you have received an education that meets the highest standard set forth in education and is accepted by every denturist, licensing body in the United States.
You might be asking, “what does this mean for me?”. With accreditation, the school is officially listed on the United States Department of Education website. This listing does not issue us a school number to be used for FAFSA, it does not allow us to issue 1098-T forms to students for their tuition payments. Obtaining a student loan through a financial institution may be easier. We would advise you to check with your specific financial institution to verify our school meets their requirements for loan approval. The American Denturist College also offers in-house financing options to all our students. Please check with the Director of Admissions, Krissie McBride, to find out which option would work best for you.