Interview with Richard Baker - 04/20/12

Every ten years, Kansas State University goes through an accreditation visit by the Higher Learning Commission.  The university has been accredited by the Commission of the North Central Association since 1916.  The president of Kansas State says continued accreditation is recognition that the academic and administrative programs at K-State are not only aligned with the university’s mission, but also meet certain quality standards.  The K-State Radio Network’s Richard Baker says the H-L-C visit was one part of a very busy week at Kansas State University. 

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Interview with Richard Baker - 04/20/12 ( MP3, 8.4MB )