Only postsecondary institutions that are institutionally accredited by an agency on the U.S. Department of Education's list of Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agencies (see recognized accrediting bodies) may obtain an Internet name in the .edu domain. These include both "Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies" and "National Institutional and Specialized Accrediting Bodies" recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Some institutions listed below may have received .edu domain names prior to the implementation of this rule. Please see the .edu Eligibility section for more information.
If the View Details button appears in the Existing Domain column, this means that the institution already holds a .edu domain name. You can click this button to view that domain and its registration details. An institution may not request more than one second-level domain name under the .edu top-level domain.
|International institutions that are eligible for a .edu domain name under provisions of the EDUCAUSE agreement with the U.S. Department of Commerce:|
|College of the Marshall Islands (Majuro, MH, MARSHALL ISLANDS)||WASC-ACCJC|
|Hellenic American University (Athens, GREECE)||NEASC-CIHE|
|Landmark Learning (Cullowhee, NC, AMERICAN SAMOA)||ACCET|
|Paris College of Art (Paris, FRANCE)||NASAD|
|University of the Virgin Islands (Saint Thomas, VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.S.)||MSA|