News & UpdatesUpdate to Constituents from Dr. Marcy Stoll, ACEN CEO Open Position: Director of Accreditation Services
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ACEN is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation
The ACEN Supports Academic Progression in Nursing
- Joint Statement on National Nursing Accreditation and Academic Progression
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation News Release
November 5, 2015
National Nursing Education Accrediting Agencies Endorse Academic Progression to Help Nurses Meet Future Health Care Demands
Spring 2016 ACEN Self-Study Forums
The ACEN Self-Study Forums continue to be highly attended by nurse administrators and faculty from programs planning and preparing for an initial or continuing accreditation site visit. Attendees will find the Forum a valuable resource. We are now accepting registrations for the Spring 2016 Self-Study Forums in Phoenix and Atlanta. Click here to learn more about the ACEN Self-Study Forums.
Welcome Newly Elected Commissioners
Please join us in welcoming four newly elected Members to the ACEN Board of Commissioners. The new Members include three educators and one public member. Pictured left to right are: Dr. Jo Ann Baker; Dr. Hollie Caldwell; Dr. Amy Hall; and Dr. John Russell. Also elected for a second consecutive term is Dr. Raquel Pasaron (not pictured here). The new Commissioners will be joining the Board at their upcoming meeting in mid-November. The Board of Commissioners elects Board Chair Dr. Marilyn Brady, Vice Chair Dr. Ann Bain, and Treasurer Marsha Purcell. Information about the Members of the ACEN Board of Commissioners is available in the About section of our website.
Update to our Constituents
About ACEN Recognition
In the spirit of continuing my commitment to you of transparency regarding ACEN’s status as an accrediting body, I wanted to provide you with the latest information from the U.S. Department of Education.
Last week, we were notified that the U.S. Department of Education recommended ACEN’s recognition status be reevaluated by the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI). This latest action is based in part on the agreement we announced last month with the National League for Nursing (NLN) regarding updates to our bylaws. We are scheduled to participate in NACIQI’s December 2015 meeting where the committee will likely make a final recommendation regarding our status as an accrediting body.