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Criteria for Accreditation
Missouri S&T Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Criteria for Accreditation
What are the criteria?
The Criteria for Accreditation are the standards of quality by which the Commission determines whether an institution merits accreditation or reaffirmation of accreditation. There are five criteria listed below, and core components for each area can be found on the HLC policy website here.
The institution’s mission is clear and articulated publicly; it guides the institution’s operations.
Reporting: Chancellor's Office, Rose Horton
The institution acts with integrity; its conduct is ethical and responsible. The institution has and enforces policies on academic honesty and integrity.
Reporting: Dr. Jeff Cawlfield
The institution provides high quality education, wherever and however its offerings are delivered.
Reporting Colleges/Academic Departments; Dr. Kate Drowne, CASB & Dr. Bruce McMillin, CEC
The institution demonstrates responsibility for the quality of its educational programs, learning environments, and support services, and it evaluates their effectiveness for student learning through processes designed to promote continuous improvement.
Reporting: Colleges/Academic Departments; Dr. Kate Drowne, CASB and Dr. Bruce McMillin, CEC
The institution’s resources, structures, and processes are sufficient to fulfill its mission, improve the quality of its educational offerings, and respond to future challenges and opportunities. The institution plans for the future.
Reporting: Fiscal Services, Walt Branson and Rose Horton