Regional Accreditors' Hiring Standing

Easing Accreditation Preparation with an FMS

The US Department of Education states "Accreditation is the recognition that an institution maintains standards requisite for its graduates to gain admission to other reputable institutions of higher learning or to achieve credentials for professional practice. The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions of higher education meets acceptable levels of quality." Ac.... read more

7 Considerations When Exploring Faculty Management Solutions

Purchasing a Faculty Management Solution is a big decision for many colleges and universities. A Faculty Management Solution (FMS) can provide your institution with a comprehensive solution to collect, store and report on faculty data. When evaluating potential FMS's, make sure you explore the following 7 considerations: DataA good starting point is to find out if the FMS you are considering .... read more

Accreditation - Your FAQs, Answered

You may have heard of accreditation for the institution or program at which you teach. Here are answers to some of your most frequently-asked questions about accreditation. What is educational accreditation? Educational accreditation is a quality assurance measurement that is given after an external body evaluates the services and operations of educational institutions or programs. If the ap.... read more

Quality Control - HLC Guidelines for Qualified Faculty

With the advent of adjunct faculty and larger numbers of students entering college, higher education institutions have become increasingly focused on ensuring the quality of their faculty. The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has developed a set of guidelines for institutions and peer reviewers for determining qualified faculty.The HLC defines qualified faculty as faculty members who possess an ac.... read more