- 04.18.2014 - 04.18.2014 ABHES Institutional Accreditation Workshop
- 04.23.2014 - 04.27.2014 NASAD Commission Meeting
- 04.23.2014 - 04.24.2014 WASC Academic Resource Conference
- 04.27.2014 - 04.30.2014 NASAPS 2014 Annual Conference
- 04.29.2014 - 04.30.2014 CAPPS 2014 Legislative Policy Conference
- 04.29.2014 - 04.30.2014 CAPPS Legislative Policy Conference
- 04.30.2014 - 05.04.2014 NASAD Commission on Accreditation
- 05.04.2014 - 05.06.2014 AACS Spring Operations Conference
|2014 NACCAS Accreditation Handbook Available|
January 1, 2014 ~ NACCAS
NACCAS has published their 2014 Edition of their Accreditation Handbook - dated December 31, 2013. As of that same date, they updated their Standards and Policies as well as their Rules of Practice and Procedure.
Click here to download a pdf copy of each document. They can be found on the left side of their page under "Member Resources."
|17th Edition 02/11/2014 Updated ABHES Accreditation Handbook Available|
February 11, 2014 ~ ABHES
ABHES has updated their 17th Edition of their Accreditation Handbook - dated January 1, 2012 - updated February 11, 2014
Click here to download a copy.
|2013 DETC Accreditation Handbook Available|
January 14, 2013 ~ DETC
DETC has published their 20th Edition of their Accreditation Handbook - dated January 2013.
Click here to download a copy and a pdf of the changes that were made for this years publication.
|What's the Real Impact of the President's Student Loan Plan?|
October 27, 2011 ~ Education and Labor Committee ~ RSS Article
White House officials announced a new plan they claim will significantly lower student loan payments. In a speech yesterday at the University of Colorado, President Obama told students, “Americans could see their payments go down by hundreds of dollars a month.” Sounds great – but like most things with this administration, the facts reveal that the average student loan holder is unlikely to see any real impact from this plan.
|Obama's Student-Loan Plan Scores Political Points but Offers Limited Relief|
October 26, 2011 ~ The Chronicle of Higer Education ~ Kelly Field
With the nation's student-loan debt approaching $1-trillion, and default rates at their highest level in a decade, President Obama is taking modest steps to ease students' debt burdens.