The 2022 ACCT Leadership Congress kicked off Wednesday evening with a panel of higher education accreditors urging community college leaders to cut through a “cacophony of noise” to ensure “that community colleges are on the path to help America g
- Gain insight into a board's role in college accreditation
- Using a board self-assesment to improve accountability
- How to strengthen board and college relationships.
A short, printable guide to accreditation that includes brief explanations on types of accreditation, national influence of accreditation, and the role of government in accreditation.
How a board recovered from a crisis, accreditation warning, and loss of community support.
How is American-style accreditation different from accreditation throughout the rest of the world, and why does that matter? In this podcast, Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) President Judith S. Eaton, speaks with ACCT President and CEO J. Noah Brown about the uniquely American higher-education accreditation process about the history, the present, and the future of accreditation within the community college sector.
Accreditation and Community College Trustees is an essential toolkit for new and experienced trustees alike, to assure and improve academic quality in higher education.
Listen to Margaret M. McMenamin, President of Union County College, and Richard Winn, former president of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges discuss the important role of trustees in the accreditation process.
How can we ensure that students are employable when they complete college? Lumina Foundation Vice President of Strategic Engagement Debra Humphreys discuses the vital role accrediting agencies play, but also emphasizes the roles of federal and state policymakers, public systems, and community colleges and academic programs in attending to outcomes and student achievements.