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Tag: academic accreditation
NIU students in a lab
Northern Illinois University has received reaccreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) for 10 years, the maximum period possible. The HLC is a regional agency that accredits degree granting institutions located in the 19-state north-central region of the United States. Its role is to validate the quality of an institution across multiple criteria related to...
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After 30 months of intense collaboration that included the entire Northern Illinois University community, NIU’s accreditation self-study process culminated in a successful site visit from March 3 through March 5. During the visit, the team of 11 Higher Learning Commission (HLC) peer evaluators met with students, staff, faculty, the NIU Board of Trustees, administrators, alumni...
Ritu Subramony and Carrie Zack
The Office of the Provost will hold open forums Friday, Jan. 10, and Thursday, Jan. 16, to hear from the two candidates for director of Academic Accreditation at NIU. Finalists are: Ritu Subramony, who is assisting the Office of the Provost in developing NIU’s self-study report for institutional accreditation and managing the Course Activity Documentation...