HLC Accreditation Open Forum: Make Your Voice Heard (Day 1)

Every ten years, DePaul participates in a process of reaccreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Accreditation is important for ensuring that the university continues to improve its offerings and services. HLC accreditation also enables eligible DePaul students to receive federal financial aid. As part of the reaccreditation process this year, the Higher Learning Commission review team would like to hear from students, faculty, and staff about their experiences at DePaul.

Make your voice heard by participating in a forum, either in Lincoln Park or the Loop.  List of sessions is below:

Open Forums with Students on Academic Advising and Academic Supports:

Monday, May 15

       Lincoln Park:  2:15 – 3:30.  SAC 154

       Loop:   5:00 – 5:45:  DePaul Center 8005

 

Open Forums with Faculty on Institutional Priorities and Teaching, Research, & Service Activities:

Monday, May 15

           Lincoln Park:  3:45 – 4:45.  SAC 154

           Loop: 3:45 – 4:45  DePaul Center 8005

 

In addition, for anyone who would like to speak to a member of the HLC review team in private, plan to attend a “Drop-In Session” at the following time and place:

Monday, May 15:

            Loop:  3:45 – 4:45:  DePaul Center 8010

             Lincoln Park:  5:00 – 5:45:  Student Center 325

 

 

To learn more about depaul’s accreditation process, see:
depaulnewsline.com/features/accreditation-101


Your perspective on DePaul will help the reviewers guide us into the
next ten years.

Monday, May 15, 2017 to 12:00am

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