What happens if a college with limited accreditation status doesn't correct its deficiencies?

Q: What happens if a college with limited accreditation status doesn't correct the deficiencies identified by the AVMA Council on Education (COE)?
 
A: If colleges do not correct deficiencies cited while operating under limited accreditation status, or if evidence indicates that the severity or number of deficiencies exceeds the requirements for limited accreditation, a college is granted a status of terminal accreditation. The college must cease enrollment of additional students and commit resources adequate to complete the education of currently enrolled students. For more information, read about the different types of accreditation classifications.