ACCSC’s Public Notice on Withdrawal and Denial of Accreditation Actions provides a summary of the reasons for the Commission’s adverse actions along with information pertaining to the ACCSC appeal process.

The Commission, no later than 60 days after a final decision to deny or withdraw accreditation, will make public the reasons for the decision together with any comments submitted by the school. A decision to deny or withdraw accreditation becomes final when a school has exhausted the appeals process provided for under Section VIII, Rules of Process and Procedure, Standards of Accreditation or that becomes effective after a school has failed to avail itself of its appeal rights within the prescribed time frame.

The school must within seven days inform all students enrolled in the school and those seeking admission of the withdrawal of accreditation decision and indicate where that action can be obtained from the Commission’s website.

An accredited school remains accredited, operating under a Probation Order, until the final disposition of the appeal.

Pending Action

Denial of Accreditation – Subject to Appeal
No denial actions subject to appeal

Withdrawal of Accreditation – Subject to Appeal
No denial actions subject to appeal

Withdrawal of Accreditation – Under Appeal

*The Commission maintains this list for all actions from the preceding twelve months.

Final Action

Denial of  Accreditation:
No denial actions in the preceding twelve months

Withdrawal of Accreditation:

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