ACCET Accreditation for the Roosevelt University International Study Center
The culmination of a rigorous initial accreditation process has resulted in an excellent outcome for the Roosevelt University International Study Center (ISC) – 3 years of accreditation by ACCET.
Recognized by the US Department of State since 1978, ACCET (Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training) is listed as "a reliable authority as to the quality of education or training provided by institutions of higher education and the programs they accredit."
Since the passing of the English Language Training Programs Act in 2010, accreditation has become a very serious business, and in recent years the process of securing it has become more challenging and laden with obstacles. Receiving a grant of three years in the current climate shows ACCET's confidence in the quality of International Study Center programs.
The process of acquiring ACCET's endorsement is an extremely demanding and time-intensive one wherein accrediting officers examine many areas of the operation including financing and refund policies, mission statement and goals, terms and conditions, curricula, instructional methods, satisfactory academic progress standards, student services, forms of student evaluation and all marketing materials. The four major components of this on-going process are:
- the development and implementation of institutional and program goals and objectives that focus upon a continuing education mission
- a comprehensive, analytic self-evaluation review and report by the institution
- an on-site professional peer review to evaluate the adequacy and accuracy of the self-evaluation
- an independent review and decision by the Accrediting Commission as an assessment of the institution’s commitment to and compliance with ACCET standards, policies and procedures
What does this mean for international students looking for a pathway program at Roosevelt University? Studying at the International Study Center comes with an assurance of the highest standards of instruction and student success management!
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