Degree and Photos
This is a very important legal aspect of the process, as it determines how valuable these degrees are and the honesty of the colleges. Life Experience Degrees are not recognized in seven or eight states and I wanted to see which (if any) colleges disclosed that information.
Disclosure: Almeda's website states: "The applicant understands that Almeda University degrees are not legal for academic or business use in the following states: FL, IL, OR, NJ, ND, TX, WA, and ID. While Almeda is not aware of these states dictating hiring requirements to private businesses, the Almeda degree should not be used in these states for satisfying educational requirements in public sector jobs."
Disclosure: They don't mention any of the states. Here's what they say: “Colton State University is not accredited by an agency recognized by the United States Secretary of Education. Students who wish to transfer credits to an accredited institution or seek a position that requires an accredited degree should be aware that in most cases our degree will not be accepted. This fact should be considered when deciding on our educational programs.”
Disclosure: They fail to mention four states that do not recognize their degree (FL, IL, TX, and WA). Glendale's website states: "applicant understands that Glendale University degrees are not legal for academic or business use in the following states: OR, NJ, ND, and ID. Residents of these states should consider the Glendale degree as a testament to their accomplishments and used for their personal satisfaction only."