Leaders in Workforce Education

 

 ACICS Annual Conference 2019   

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  Annual Meeting

 AWARE Webinar
Thursday, June 6, 2019, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. EDT

 

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About ACICS

Founded in 1912, ACICS is a national accrediting organization of primarily degree granting institutions. We accredit institutions that offer programs in professional, technical, and occupational fields. ACICS is recognized by the U.S Department of Education (ED) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). ACICS' scope of accreditation is recognized through the Master's Degree level. 

ACICS Resources

ACICS Member Directory 

Scroll through the directory to find the ACICS-accredited institutions in your state.

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 Definition of Placement

ACICS applies a specific job placement definition to member schools' reported outcomes.
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Top Programs

ACICS schools are leaders in workforce education, preparing professionals to fill growing occupational needs in allied health, criminal justice and other fields.
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Criteria for Accreditation

Criteria for Accreditation

Accredited institutions commit to operating in accordance with the standards, policies, and procedures established by the Council in the Accreditation Criteria. 

 

Accreditation Process

Accreditation Process

ACICS is committed to collaborating with each institution in order to meet the necessary criteria and ultimately attain an accreditation status. Learn more about beginning the initial accreditation process here.

FAQs

FAQs 

The accreditation process can be tricky. Click here for answers to some of the most commonly asked questions, such as:
What is accreditation? How do I know whether an institution is accredited?