When you attend an accredited college or university, you can expect:
A Quality Education: Accreditation means that a college, university, institution or program meets standards of quality for faculty, curriculum, administration, library, financial management and student services.
Financial Aid Opportunities: You can only obtain federal financial assistance if your college or university has appropriate accreditation from an organization recognized by the United States Department of Education.
Credits that Transfer: If you ever want to transfer your college credits to continue your education, accreditation is an important factor when a college or university is deciding whether to accept transfer credits from your previous school.
The Higher Learning Commission is an independent corporation that accredits degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions of higher education in the North Central region including 19 states. Institutions that the Commission accredits are evaluated against the Commission’s Criteria for Accreditation, a set of standards that institutions must meet to receive and/or maintain accredited status.
Moraine Park Technical College follows a 10-year cycle the Higher Learning Commission refers to as the Open Pathway. During year 10 of the Open Pathway, the Commission conducts a comprehensive evaluation and site visit. The reaffirmation of accreditation will occur in 2023-2024 for Moraine Park Technical College.
More information on the Higher Learning Commission or the Open Pathway can be found at www.hlcommission.org.
We welcome you to review our:
2020 Interim Report
2020 Interim Report Feedback
2018 Systems Portfolio
Individual Moraine Park Technical College programs may secure additional accreditation related to their occupational area as available.
Learn more about the HLC-accredited institutions complaint process: https://www.hlcommission.org/Student-Resources/complaints.html