It was wonderful hearing that Jordanville had expanded their academic offering to provide a Master of Divinity program to the existing undergraduate degree. In addition they received accreditation. The cost has always been reasonable and the immersive experience (for those up for it) has formed many men seeking the priesthood. Sadly, it seems Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary lost its accreditation recently and is working to have it restored.
My experience with accrediting bodies (specifically SACS) is that they do not move quickly. They think in terms of six-month blocks and years and not months or weeks, so I would be surprised if this got rectified in 2023.
For added context, about half of the seminaries serving Orthodox students in North America do not have ATS or regional accreditation. But for those students who rely on loans (or receive grants), loss of this status can make continued attendance difficult.
An update will be posted when available.