Not by federally recognized accrediting agencies. Kepler College was authorized by the Higher Education Coordinating Board of Washington to grant AA, BA and MA degrees from March 9, 2000 through March 9, 2010, with an extension through to March 9, 2012 to complete a teach-out of current students. Although this type of authorization is called "accreditation" in some States (for example, Connecticut), this is not the same as national or regional accreditation recognized by the Federal government.

No. Kepler College is not in a position to maintain lists of local astrologers nor is the College a professional organization of astrologers.

We recommend you check first with one of the primary organizations. Below is a list of the primary organizations that have certification programs and can link you to an astrologer.

If you are a student - No.

It is not ethical for a faculty member or instructor to play the role of a consultant or astrologer for someone who is being evaluated as his or her student.

If you are not a student, then you should go to the instructor's website to separately arrange for a consultation. Or, you can send an email to Kepler and we will forward your request to the instructor. 


Students get not only the techniques, but where they originated, how they may have changed over time, the philosophy behind them, what controversies may surround them, when they seem to work best (or not), and who uses them. If you know more than "just do this" you become not only a better astrologer, but are better able to evaluate any new method you encounter.