California's only tribal college may be in its last days after losing its accreditation.
The Western Assn. of Schools and Colleges, which grants accreditation, informed D-Q University officials this week that the two-year school no longer can grant degrees or offer course credits that students can transfer to other schools.
The agency warned D-Q University in June that it must fix several problems, including financial mismanagement, unstable leadership and a declining enrollment of Indian students. The college was founded in 1971.