For more than 130 years, Minnesota School of Business & Globe University have offered career training programs focused on the skills employers want. We know how busy life can be. That’s why we work hard to make the most of your time, providing a hands-on, relevant education developed with input from local industry leaders to ensure you’re getting the information and experience you need to hit the ground running. Small class sizes, supportive staff and ongoing career services are all part of the personalized student experience we strive to offer. Minnesota School of Business & Globe University are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
The Hennepin County, MN District Court issued an Order on September 8, 2016 finding that Globe violated the Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act, Minnesota statute § 325D.44. As a result of this Order, the Minnesota Office of Higher Education (MOHE) issued an order revoking Globe’s and MSB’s registration with the state and ordering Globe and MSB to cease enrollment of new students. A loss of MN state authorization would cause all of Globe’s and MSB’s locations to lose Title IV student financial aid program eligibility.
In addition, Globe and MSB are currently under a show-cause directive from its accreditor, ACICS. Globe and MSB also currently have pending recertification applications with the U.S. Department of Education to continue Globe’s and MSB’s participation in the Title IV student financial aid programs.
Although Globe and MSB have appealed the MOHE order, the above-listed actions present a risk that Globe and MSB could lose eligibility to participate in the Title IV student financial aid programs before students are able to complete their program of study at Globe or MSB.