About The Taft University System...

Founded in 1976, The Taft University System currently consists of two private postsecondary educational institutions, Taft Law School and William Howard Taft University.

Prior to 2008, Taft Law School, which was founded in 1984, operated as a school within William Howard Taft University. As a result of a reorganization, which was reviewed and approved by faculty, regulatory bodies and its accrediting agency, the school of law was re-branded as Taft Law School, a division of The Taft University System.

As a result of the reorganization, William Howard Taft University currently offers degree programs through The Boyer Graduate School of Education and The W. Edwards Deming School of Business.

Both Taft Law School and William Howard Taft University are accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission as part of The Taft University System.