ACCSC Honors Fremont University with 2008-2009 School of Distinction Award
Each year, the ACCSC Commission formally recognizes a number of success and significant achievements of institutions who are accredited by the ACCSC. The organization pays tribute to a number of outstanding and dedicated individuals. While there are many institutions who look forward to receiving an award, on a select number receive the honor of being included as a School of Distinction.
Who is the ACCSC?
ACCSC stands for Accrediting Commission of Careers Schools and Colleges. The organization is a national accrediting agency. According to the companies website, “2017 marked 50 years of Continuous Recognition for ACCSC, which serves as the designated institutional accrediting agency for 700 trade and technical schools that provide quality vocational education to over 150,000 students each year.”
ACCSC School of Distinction
Fremont University has been recognized by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (“ACCSC”) as a 2008/2009 School of Distinction. This award recognizes ACCSC-accredited institutions that have demonstrated a commitment to the expectations and rigors of accreditation as well as a commitment to delivering quality educational programs. Tim Short, Dean of Education, received the award on behalf of the College at ACCSC’s Professional Development Conference on September 15 in San Diego, CA. “This award demonstrates Fremont’s dedication to quality education and commitment to excellence,” reflects President and CEO Dr. Sabrina Kay. “The best way to transform our students into capable employees is to exemplify professionalism in our own practices.”