Select your desired state, and find out detailed information about accredited Institutes in the United States of America.

What is a Member Institution?

The Institutions which are accredited by USDOE are considered Members of the United States Department of Education. Here you can search the latest member institute directory,

What are the benefits of USDOE membership?

Representatives of member educational institutes are invited to take part in activities and meetings of the Working Groups which focus on various topics such as Mutual recognition & joint programs, Internationalisation of accreditation and quality assurance, Qrossroads & information strategies, Mutual learning & best practices. Members can also participate in European ECA projects.ECA members are also invited to participate in ECA events such as the plenary annual workshops, seminars, conferences, etc. ECA provides plenty of opportunities for networking, mutual learning, and exchange of good practices.

Delegates of member educational institutes are welcome to participate in exercises and gatherings of the Working Groups that center around different themes, for example, Mutual acknowledgment and combined projects, Internationalization of accreditation and affirmation of quality, shared learning, and best practices.

What are the requirements for USDOE membership?

The applying educational institute must:

  • • Be set up by law as a corporate body or be according to national or regional regulations
  • • Effectively supports the points of the Association;
  • • Provide Quality education and maintain educational standards.
  • • Student support.


Complete information of our member institutions, including data regarding the levels of accreditation.

Online Services

In addition to recruitment resources such as the Global Guide and Student Mobility Facts and Figures, EducationUSA offers a variety of services for U.S. higher education.

EducationUSA advising centers offer a variety of tailored services to assist both international students and the U.S. higher education community. For international students, advising centers host group advising sessions, virtual advising, individual appointments, pre-departure orientations, and information about the U.S. higher education system. The U.S. higher education community can look to the EducationUSA network for advice about developing regional and country-specific recruitment strategies, creating programs and products to connect with students, and obtaining information about application and admission issues. EducationUSA advisers also use their expertise to help U.S. institutions develop relationships with local universities and schools for institutional partnerships.