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IVCCD receives “clean bill of health”

August 28, 2013
Inside Education — Chriss Duree , Times-Republican

As we begin the new academic year, Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) does so with a "clean bill of health" from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) which is our accrediting body with the North Central Association of colleges and universities. The HLC is required by the U.S. Department of Education to assure that all member institutions are in compliance with the expectations of specific regulations that the accreditors must enforce for the college to earn federal recognition. In addition, the Commission is required to review the institution's compliance with its Title IV program responsibilities. Compliance with all of these requirements by the college is necessary to ensure that we are accredited by the HLC, which is the only way the institution and students can be eligible for financial aid.

 
 
 

 

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