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    When an institution has earned accreditation by the Commission on Colleges, it signifies that it has a purpose appropriate to higher education and has resources, programs, and services sufficient to accomplish and sustain that purpose. Research funding and student aid funding through Title IV all are linked to successful institutional accreditation demonstrating that our institution has complied with a common set of requirements and standards.

    Equally important, the accreditation process allows us to review our programs, develop creative and forward-thinking approaches to student learning, and work together across our schools and programs to access our planning and evaluation processes.

    Click here to learn more about the SACS accreditation process.