Cleveland State University [d] North Central Association 2000 Self-Study Process and Report [d]


Home Last Revision:  10 October 2000

Cleveland State University is scheduled for an accreditation review by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools: Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (NCA). All institutions affiliated with the Commission are reviewed every ten years.

In our last review in 1989, CSU received the highest possible ranking for a Doctoral degree granting institution – full and unconditional accreditation. Our University’s status as a fully and unconditionally accredited Doctoral institution is recognition of the outstanding quality of our academic programs and services, and the achievements of our faculty, staff and students.

An NCA accreditation team will visit our campus on October 23rd-25th during Fall Semester 2000 for purposes of reviewing our University’s request for continuing that accreditation for the next ten years.

The basis for the review is an institutional self-study in which CSU offers evidence that it continues to meet the general institutional requirements and five criteria for accreditation stipulated by NCA. A Self-Study Committee composed of faculty, staff, students and administrators was appointed to oversee this process.

The extensive process of self-study and evaluation requires input and participation from the entire university community. We look forward to working with the CSU community on this important project.

If you have any questions or comments, do not hesitate to contact our committee office.

We thank you for your help and cooperation.

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