This is the fourth in a series focused on SACSCOC interpretations of the Principles of Accreditation. 8.2.a (Student Outcomes: Educational Programs) is is not a Core Requirement but is a DOE standard. This means that an on-site committee must take a look at this one regardless of the judgement of the off-site committee. More thanContinue reading “An additional layer to program student learning outcomes (8.2.a)”
This is the third in a series focused on SACSCOC interpretations of the Principles of Accreditation. More than 90% of institutions are found non-compliant with this standard after the off-site review, more than 20% after the on-site review, and it remains a problem for about 5% of institutions after review by the SACSCOC Board. TheContinue reading “Standard 6.2.a Faculty Credentials”
This is one of the few standards where SACSCOC provides a numerical target and lists specific types of courses to help you make your case for compliance.
Did you know that 45% of schools are found non-compliant with Standard 8.1 at the first review?