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ACCSC SELF-EVALUATION REPORT INITIAL ACCREDITATION The Self-Evaluation Report must be submitted in accordance with the ACCSC Instructions for Electronic Submission. In accordance with prescribed timeframes, schools are required to complete and provide to the Commission a Self-Evaluation Report. Self-evaluation is an assessment of the complete school, conducted by faculty and students, as well as by the school administration. The process should involve the entire school. The self-evaluation process provides an opportunity for the staff and faculty of the school, whether it is a small, highly specialized school or a large, departmentalized school, to examine itself and to draft findings and recommendations for its own action. Improvements within a school should be due primarily to its internal efforts rather than an on-site evaluation by an outside team. The process of self-evaluation is expected to be a significant and on-going experience. Schools should incorporate the self-evaluation process as a permanent part of the institution’s operation. The maximum term of initial accreditation is three years, but may be less at the discretion of the Commission. Also, at the Commission’s discretion, schools may at any time be required to submit a new Self-Evaluation Report, other reports, receive an evaluation team, or be subject to other Commission-directed actions. SUBMIT TO: Executive Director Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) 2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 302 Arlington, VA 22201 The Self-Evaluation Report is comprised of an introduction, nine sections, and two appendices. The sections parallel the Standards of Accreditation . The two appendices describe additional information the school will need to prepare for the on-site evaluation. Read each question carefully and provide a thoughtful narrative response to each with appropriate documentation, as necessary, to support the school’s response. Page 1 of 42 Revised 1/1/2014
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ACCSC SELF-EVALUATION REPORT INITIAL ACCREDITATION CERTIFICATION: A school seeking or holding accreditation from more than one accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education must consistently describe itself in identical terms to each accrediting agency with regard to identity (i.e., main school, or branch), purpose, governance, programs, degrees, diplomas, certificates, personnel, finances, constituents served, and must keep each accrediting agency apprised of any change in its status with one or another accrediting body. I grant permission for the Commission to contact the appropriate state agencies, the state and U.S. Department of Education, other accrediting agencies, or any other organizations appropriate for review of this application. I certify that, to the best of my knowledge, the information herein and attached hereto is correct.
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  • Winter '18
  • Academic degree, Doctor of Philosophy, ACCSC SELF-EVALUATION REPORT

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