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The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS COC):
The SACS principles align with established business practices for improving organizations. The documentation that SACS requires is needed to provide a consistent framework for institutional operations. The two main documents required for SACS COC accreditation are 1) compliance certificate; and 2) Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).
The compliance certificate, formerly known as the self-study, is the narrative and documentation that supports UMMC’s assertion that the institution has met all the SACS Principles of Accreditation.
There are 82 SACS requirements/principles that center around integrity, core requirements, comprehensive standards and federal requirements.
The QEP is a campus-wide project to improve student learning/learning environment. It began as UMMC underwent reaccreditation and will continue for several years.
Institutional Effectiveness (2.5 /3.3.1) – Data Driven Decision Making
UMMC process for Institutional Effectiveness (Principle 3.3.1) Institutional Effectiveness Plans (IEPs) are the primary reporting instruments.
Faculty Qualifications (Principle 3.7.1)
UMMC Process for Faculty Qualifications (Principle 3.7.1)
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