Continuing accreditation Process

The University of Findlay is currently undergoing a self-study as part of UF's formal process of continuing accreditation with The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The self-study process will include a site visit from HLC in fall 2013 and hopefully culminate with HLC's approval of the University's continued accreditation by summer 2014.

 
The continuing accreditation comes on the heels of the implementation of UF's new strategic plan that guide the work of every faculty and staff member. The University's eight strategic goals are:
  1. Equip students for meaningful lives and productive careers
  2. Meet rigorous standards for academic program review
  3. Grow targeted enrollment
  4. Excel at teaching
  5. Develop the whole person through individual attention
  6. Embrace professional, cultural, and intellectual diversity
  7. Provide experiential learning in every program
  8. Build best-in-class strategic resources


UF's self-study will meet the Commission’s requirements for the continued accreditation process and outline how we will ensure a continuous process for quality assessment.

The self-study process will be inclusive, drawing in the many constituencies that make up our community: trustees, students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and community members. We value their contributions to the learning process and know that their input will help us to make a thorough assessment of the effectiveness of our programs and services.


Click on the links below for more information about the University's continuing accreditation process.