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Hosemann warns of diploma mill in Mississippi

 

JACKSON —  Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann is warning residents about a diploma mill offering degrees “based on life experiences.”

Hosemann says Concordia College and University LLC has been using the secretary of state’s Web site to misrepresent the organization as a licensed educational institution.

Hosemann says Concordia College is a registered limited liability corporation, but it is not accredited as an educational institution in Mississippi.

Hosemann says a cease and desist letter has been sent to Concordia demanding that it remove the false and misleading claims from the company Web site.

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