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The UPRA monitors institutional compliance with HLC requirements and coordinates the institutional evaluation for continuing accreditation by the HLC every ten years. The UPRA also facilitates HLC approval of program and/or institutional changes where required. As a program prepares for accreditation, it is encouraged to visit the Higher Learning Commission website to find information about HLC standards and procedures for accreditation.
The UPRA works closely with academic units and programs that seek new accreditation or seek re-accreditation. This oversight includes:
Note: Repository for all accreditation documents.
All programs are asked to provide copies of all accreditation records, reports and other documentation to the UPRA, as they become available. Records will be held in the UPRA until sent to University Archives.
The Arizona Board of Regents (2-208) requires Academic Program Reviews at least once every seven years. Periodic program reviews provide a mechanism for faculty to evaluate the effectiveness, progress and status of their academic programs on a continuous basis.
At Arizona State University, the Executive Director for Accreditation and Program Review serves as the University Program Review/Accreditation Officer and is responsible for oversight of program reviews. The Office of the University Provost coordinates the Academic Program Review process, which covers all program inventory of an academic unit including undergraduate and graduate programs as well as other curricular offerings such as certificates.
Arizona State University is home to various centers and institutes that blend the passions of exceptional teachers and scholars across disciplines. University Program Review/Accreditation Office provides oversight for these centers and institutes. For a complete list, please visit Centers and Institutes.
For questions or updates to the centers and institutes, please contact email@example.com.