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Name of Institution: Dunlap-Stone University
Year Founded: 1995
First Accredited: 2003
Accreditation Expires: 2023
CEO/President: Dr. Donald N. Burton
Accreditation Contact Information: Distance Education Accrediting Commission
1101 17th Street NW, Suite 808 Washington, DC 20036
State Approval Contact Information: Arizona Private Postsecondary Education 1400 W. Washington Street, Room 260, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Participation in Funding Programs: GI Bill, DANTES, AZ Heat
Mission and Description:
Institutional Mission Statement: Dunlap-Stone University strives to offer the highest quality distance education to adult learners by offering Professionally Significant Degrees®, innovative courses and a student-centered experience in alignment with our commitment to honor, distinction and excellence in higher education.
Areas of Special Focus: Business, social science and the humanities with an emphasis on the practical application of skills.
Description of the Institution: DSU offers quality educational programs that are professionally significant to non-traditional learners via distance education programs.
Student Demographic/Profile: The average DSU student is employed full time, and is between the ages of 25 and 60 with some college education.
State Authorization – Students Served: DSU serves students in most states. Students should contact an enrollment advisor to confirm which states students are eligible for enrollment.
Courses/Degrees/Programs: A link to the college catalog is included HERE. The college offers open enrollment, vocational certificate and degree programs to meet a range of student needs.
Programs Offered Include:
Average Program Tuition Cost per Credit Hour:
Percentage of Students surveyed* who responded they:
*Based on 2019 Outcomes Assessment Data.