This is the fifth in a series focused on SACSCOC interpretations of The Principles of Accreditation 13.8 Institutional environmentUnlike some of the other standards that are accompanied by interpretations, 13.8 does not represent an accreditation challenge for most institutions. Additionally, the 2020 interpretation of the standard, which can be found here, is included in theContinue reading “A Healthy, Safe, and Secure Environment”
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?