During the recent evaluation for a new grant of accreditation, Globe University-Woodbury was recognized as an Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) Honor Roll Institution for 2012. The ACICS Council recognizes institutions that have demonstrated an excellent understanding of the accreditation process.
“I couldn’t be more proud of the Woodbury campus,” said Lisa Palermo, Globe University-Woodbury campus director. “Each department contributed to the success of our accreditation visit. As a campus, we strive to demonstrate Globe University’s ‘We Care’ philosophy by ensuring our students are receiving the highest quality education possible in order to graduate and get a job in their chosen career field.”
Colleges and schools accredited by ACICS, like Globe University/Minnesota School of Business, are required to meet and maintain high standards of faculty qualifications, student retention and student placement. Globe University has a dedicated staff to ensure our staff meets each of these standards.
Each year at the ACICS Annual Meeting, the Council recognizes those institutions that have demonstrated an exemplary understanding of the accreditation process and standards. The Council will honored Globe University-Woodbury at its Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nev., on Nov. 11.
What is ACICS?
ACICS was formed in 1912 as a national accrediting body for post-secondary institutions that primarily offered business and business-related programs of study. ACICS is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
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