March 15, 2012
Kansas State University's self-study submitted to the Higher Learning Commission; campus visit is a month away
Kansas State University's self-study report for the continuance of accreditation has been officially submitted to the Higher Learning Commission.
This critical self-study report was the culmination of the work of more than 100 people from the K-State community. It speaks to the quality of a vast array of the university's programs and outlines areas for improvement. A copy of the final self-study will be posted at http://www.k-state.edu/hlcstudy within the next week.
Kansas State has been accredited by the HLC since 1916 and is seeking reaccreditation for an additional 10 years. As part of the process, a site-visit team will be on campus April 9-11.
See what President Kirk Schulz has to say about the HLC visit and how everyone can help be prepared at http://www.k-state.edu/hlcstudy/message/.