This brief essay is another in a monthly series of conversation-starters about key aspects of our work as an accrediting agency. It will be updated at the beginning of each month, covering such topics as the role of sanctions, the work of a Commissioner, and our relationship with the US Department of Education. We will feature new initiatives and address important challenges that we face. Each month’s entry will then be archived for future reference. My goal is to enrich your understanding of this important aspect of higher education in our region. I hope you will find reasons to return regularly to this page. And I welcome your feedback.
Richard Winn, Ed.D.
|Month & Year||Title||Download|
|August 2018||To Sanction or Not to Sanction: That is the Question||Download PDF|
|June 2018||The Cost of Accreditation: Calculating the ROI||Download PDF|
|May 2018||All This Work with No Pay: Why Be a Commissioner?||Download PDF|
|April 2018||Compliance and Improvement: ACCJC's Dual Mission||Download PDF|
|March 2018||One Region, Two Systems: Why?||Download PDF|