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The Nominating Committee announces results of the 2014 election of Accreditation Commission members

The following individuals were elected for a three-year term which begins on July 1, 2014, and ends on June 30, 2017:

Institutional Representatives:

  • Dr. Michael Adams, President, Faith Evangelical College and Seminary
  • Dr. Beth Ashburn, Provost, Piedmont International University
  • Dr. Steve Echols, President, Tennessee Temple University
  • Dr. Troy Shoemaker, President, Pensacola Christian College

Public Representative:

  • Mr. Jeff Froehle, Retired Accountant

Faculty Representative:

  • Dr. Scott Henderson, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics, Luther Rice University

Dr. Susan Lovett was also elected for a two-year term as Public Representative. Dr. Lovett's term will begin July 1, 2014 and end June 30, 2016.

 

April 2014 Accreditation Commission Actions Click here for detail on all actions  >>

The following institutions were granted Accredited Status at the April 28-29, 2014, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting. Initial accreditation is for a period of five years. For Reaffirmation, each institution must complete a successful self-study, host an on-site team evaluation, respond to the team recommendations, and appear before the Accreditation Commission by April 2019. 

The following institutions were granted Reaffirmation of Accreditation at the April 28-29, 2014, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting. Reaffirmation is for a period of ten years with an interim five-year Quality Compliance Review (QCR). For the next Reaffirmation cycle, each institution must complete a successful self-study, host an on-site team evaluation, respond to the team recommendations, and appear before the Accreditation Commission by April 2024. 

The following institution was deferred from Accredited Status at the April 28-29, 2014, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting:

The following institution was placed under Adverse Action at the April 28-29, 2014, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting, and is required to show cause why its accreditation should not be revoked:

 

October 2013 Accreditation Commission Actions  Click here for detail on all actions  >>

The following institutions were granted Candidate Status at the October 28-29, 2013, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting. Candidacy is for up to a five-year period.  During that time, each institution must come into substantive compliance with all the accreditation standards, conduct a self-study, host an on-site team evaluation, and appear before the Accreditation Commission for Accredited Status. To maintain Candidate Status, the institution must remain in compliance with all IER-related standards.

The following institutions were granted Accredited Status at the October 28-29, 2013, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting. Initial accreditation is for a period of five years. For Reaffirmation, each institution must complete a successful self-study, host an on-site team evaluation, respond to the team recommendations, and appear before the Accreditation Commission by October 2018. 

The following institutions were granted Reaffirmation of Accreditation at the October 28-29, 2013, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting. Reaffirmation is for a period of ten years with an interim five-year Quality Compliance Review (QCR). For the next Reaffirmation cycle, each institution must complete a successful self-study, host an on-site team evaluation, respond to the team recommendations, and appear before the Accreditation Commission by October 2023. 

The following institutions were placed on Probation at the October 28-29, 2013, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting:

The following institution was removed from Probation at the October 28-29, 2013, TRACS Accreditation Commission Meeting:

 

 

 

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