As long as institutions meet ACICS
standards, he said, they retain their accreditation, whether they are the subject of lawsuits or investigations.
This is the fifth annual professional development conference hosted by ACICS
, the largest national accrediting organization of degree-granting institutions.
On occasion the need for evaluators requires ACICS
to invite an applicant who has not attended the training workshop.
For more information about the application process for the ACICS
research fellowships, call 202-336-6780 or visit www.
will award $8,000 to the research fellow in three separate payments.
The survey is second in a series of original studies commissioned by ACICS
to better define the expectations and needs of students and employers on post-secondary education.
Hiring more than 75 additional Career Service staff in schools accredited by ACCSC and ACICS
to assist students in finding employment, while enhancing training, competencies and accountabilities for Career Services representatives.
In support of contemporary workforce development, ACICS
is launching its second major research project in two years.
Importantly, this decision releases us to pursue ACICS
approval for modifications to our schools' academic programs and curricula to ensure that our graduates are prepared to meet the rapidly changing demands of today's and tomorrow's workplace.
She began her career in private career education in 1989 as an Accreditation Coordinator at ACICS
where she coordinated more than 200 evaluation visits and held responsibilities in nearly all operational aspects of the Council while serving as a member of the senior management team.
We are delighted that ACICS
has recognized our efforts to provide students with an excellent educational experience.
is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.