Southeastern University has received a renewal of its accreditation until 2031.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has reaffirmed the status following a thorough review of Southeastern’s academic and administrative programs, SEU said in a press release.
To maintain accreditation, an institution must complete a reaffirmation process every 10 years, including a compliance report, a quality improvement plan to improve student learning, and an on-site review, the statement said. .
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During the process, the establishment carries out an internal review in order to determine its effectiveness in the accomplishment of its mission and its conformity with the requirements of the accreditation.
SEU submitted documents supporting compliance with the standards in September 2020, initiating a multi-step review process. The compliance certification process was coordinated by Cody Lloyd, Vice President of Institutional Research and Efficiency and CIO, and Andrew Permenter, Accreditation Liaison.
This article originally appeared on The Ledger: Association renews Southeastern accreditation until 2031