Higher Learning Commission Reaccredits Antioch University for Ten Years

The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has formally approved Antioch University for reaccreditation for a ten‐year period. The formal approval, announced by HLC on December 9,  is the culmination of a three‐year process that included a substantial self‐study of the university and site visits to all five Antioch University campuses and the central administrative offices.

We are extremely pleased to have our accreditation reaffirmed by the HLC, said Felice Nudelman, chancellor of Antioch University. The process is complex and rigorous and served as a great way to fully examine how to continuously enhance our ability to serve our students while adhering to our mission. We come out of this as a stronger and more integrated university, and I want to thank our five presidents, our self‐study steering committee and all of the individuals who engaged in this successful reaccreditation process.

The HLC is an independent corporation and one of two commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The HLC accredits degree‐granting post‐secondary educational institutions in the North Central region of the United States.

Antioch University has been continuously accredited since 1927. It  underwent its last comprehensive reaffirmation of accreditation in 2002.

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