The earliest graduating class of Florida Gulf Coast University will be collecting their diplomas from a non-accredited university.
The class of 1998 - FGCU's first alumni - may decide that earning a place in history outweighs the fact that their alma mater cannot be accredited before they graduate - a little-known catch in the long involved process of college accreditation.
FGCU will still be vying for membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) months after it opens because of a quirk in timing and protocol. All new universities and community colleges must go through a
study and review process that takes more than a year to complete to earn the status.
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