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Welcome page

Documents supporting the self study

Committee membership

NCA Higher Learning Commission Five Criteria for Accreditation

Four Fundamental Themes of NCA Higher Learning Commission Criteria

Web site links for NCA Higher Learning Commission Accreditation

Provost's Web Page

UW Oshkosh Home

Web site links for NCA Higher Learning Commission Accreditation preparation committee

The Higher Learning Commission and the Criteria

The Higher Learning Commission home page

Overview of Accreditation
A document from the Higher Learning Commission with general information about the commission, the the newly adopted criteria for accreditation, and frequently asked questions.

The Handbook of Accreditation, Third Edition,
Provides essential information about Commission policies , procedures, and practices, and is an invaluable resource for affiliated institutions or those institutions seeking affiliation. (available for download)

Student Learning Assessment, and Accreditation an update to the criteria to be implemented in 2005

Documents from the 1997 Reaccreditation

The UWO Oshkosh 1997 NCA Reaccreditation Self-Study Report (PDF- 1.9MB)

The report from the 1997 Site Visit Team (PDF- 352K)

Other UW Oshkosh sites relating to reaccreditation

The Provost and Vice Chancellor's Web Page

Faculty Senate Committee on Assessment of Student Learning Web Site

Other sites relating to reaccreditation

American Democracy Project
The American Democracy Project seeks to increase the number of undergraduate students who understand and are committed to engaging in meaningful civic actions.

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Now in its fifth year, the NSSE (pronounced "nessie") survey has been used by more than 725 different colleges and universities . The results of the survey yield useful information about the quality of undergraduate learning on your campus and contribute to national benchmarks of effective educational practice.

Wisconsin Campus Compact
Wisconsin Campus Compact is a statewide organization committed to encouraging civic responsibility among the students and faculty at Wisconsin's public and private colleges and universities and fostering relationships for civic engagement between member institutions of higher education and the communities they serve.




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