Is Lorenz University recognized or not or is it real?

Accreditation is a pretty good standard, but it is not the only way for a school/college to be recognized. For example, foreign schools and colleges are not accredited by any agency in the United States and yet they are recognized all over the country. Lorenz is a recognized university, and I don't know what you mean by real. The thing that most people miss out is that in the United States department of Education or any state government, does not issue accreditation. Instead, accreditation is rewarded by accreditation agencies which are non-government organizations. Accreditation itself is a peer review system not governmental review system. These accreditation agencies perform at different levels, there are some regional accreditation agencies, some professional accreditation providers and some federal and then there are international agencies as well. Over the time these agencies develop credibility and recognition.


Lorenz University is not recognized by, among others, Michigan Civil Service Commission (see the Related Link below) and the 2 accreditation associations it says it is accredited by, are both unrecognized or fake, by the Council on Higher Education (CHEA), or the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) (also listed in the Related Links below.