Antioch College is undergoing a multi-year, multi-phase accreditation process with the North Central Association of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). To become a candidate for accreditation, the College must demonstrate, through a Self-Study Report and a site visit, that it meets all Eligibility Requirements and Assumed Practices, and has the capacity to fully meet the Criteria for Accreditation within the candidacy period. Learn more about the accreditation process and requirements at www.ncahlc.org.
In preparation for its site visit, scheduled for November 11-13, 2013, Antioch College conducted an extensive and rigorous self-study process, carefully considering its educational programs and services – with particular focus on student learning and achievement – to determine how well these programs and services accomplish the College’s goals, fulfill its mission, and meet the Commission’s standards. Out of that unsparing evaluation came a comprehensive Self-Study Report, detailing where Antioch College has been, where it stands now, and the direction and challenges for which it must prepare. The full report will be available online following the November 2013 site visit.
The Executive Summary provides an overview of the College’s strengths and challenges as they relate to the Criterion for Accreditation.
Download the Executive Summary.
For more information about accreditation at Antioch College, contact Director of Institutional Effectiveness Jennifer Jolls at email@example.com.